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Next Wish-class ship to be named Disney Destiny

Disney Cruise Line has been busy adding new ships to its fleet and expanding its offerings. Today, they released the name of their 3rd ship in the Wish-class, the Disney Destiny just in time for the keel laying ceremony.

Disney Destiny will have a heroes and villains theme

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Disney Cruise Line revealed the name of its next ship, the Disney Destiny, along with details about its design theme, Heroes and Villains. (Image courtesy of Disney)

Each Wish-class ship has a different theme that influences the decor and spaces around the ship. The Disney Wish’s theme was enchantment regarding wishes come true. The Disney Treasure, which will debut in at the end of this year, has a theme of adventure.

The Destiny’s theme will be heroes and villains. Disney said they were “inspired by the dynamic duality of every great Disney story, where opposing forces of light and dark drive characters to rise to their purpose.” Guests will see heroes and villains from populate franchises like “The Lion King,” Hercules,” and “One Hundred and One Dalmatians.”

A lot is unknown about Disney Destiny

Disney has only provided very early information on the new ship. Since it’s a Wish-class ship, guests can except a similar overall experience and layout. Like it’s siblings, it’ll likely have customized dining and lounge options which will be released in the future.

Disney Destiny will debut in 2025

In the press release, Disney said the Destiny will debut in 2025, but didn’t provide more detailed timing.

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