Disney to Homeport Largest Upcoming Ship in Singapore
Disney Cruise Line has announced that it will be home-porting its largest ship ever in Singapore.
The vessel is the former Global Dream, which was ordered by Dream Cruises prior to the bankruptcy of its parent company Genting Hong Kong. Last fall, Disney confirmed that it had bought the partially completed ship and would not be sailing it in the United States.
Construction is scheduled to be completed at the MV Werften shipyard in Germany, and the not-yet-named ship is set to debut in 2025.
Another upcoming vessel, Disney Treasure, is set to debut next year.
MSC World America Bookings Open
MSC Cruises has opened bookings for upcoming ship MSC World America, which is second in its World-class following MSC World Europa. The ship is scheduled to debut in April 2025, offering seven-night eastern and western Caribbean cruises out of Miami.
A new feature for the vessel will be The Harbor, an outdoor space for kids and families featuring a water park, zip line, playground, and food trucks.
It will also include an 11-story slide, six specialty restaurants and two buffets, a new sports bar, six pools, and the MSC Yacht Club complex.
Carnival Venezia Inaugural Cruise to Host Two Special Guests
Two special guests will be joining the inaugural transatlantic crossing for Carnival Venezia this spring.
Carnival President Christine Duffy and the line’s Chief Culinary Officer Emeril Lagasse will join the first part of the sailing, which is scheduled to depart Barcelona on May 29th.
Guests will be able to meet and take part in activities and events with them including the Sail Away Party and Captain’s Venetian Toast, a fireside chat, and a cooking demonstration from Emeril.
Starting June 15th, Venezia will sail year-round from Manhattan offering 22 different cruise itineraries.