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Disney Cruise Line switches to LNG

Disney Cruise Line switches to LNG © Disney Cruise Line

Disney Cruise Line has ordered new vessels for its voyages, some of them transatlantic. The ships will be fueled with natural gas stored in liquefied, cryogenic form – LNG. Now that's the kind of news that would truly freeze Walt Disney himself.

Disney Cruise Line has ordered three LNG-powered units. In fact, initially the company only considered two, but eventually a third one was added. All three will be built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany. Each vessel will have a load displacement of around 135 thousand tonnes and a capacity of 1250 passengers. The ships will be slightly larger than the line's latest purchases – Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. Deliveries of the LNG-powered units are expected in 2021, 2022 and 2023.

We decided that two vessels will not be enough to accommodate all the attractions we have planned. We aim to offer family cruises on an entirely new level, with impressive Disney features, world-class entertainment and innovation.

Bob Chapek, CEO Walt Disney Parks and Resort


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