Disney Cruise Line to Homeport in Singapore from 2025

Disney Cruise Line and Singapore Tourism Board have announced cruise vacations to Southeast Asia. The plans were announced by Josh D’Amaro, chairman, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products; and S. Iswaran, Singapore’s minister for transport and minister-in-charge of trade relations. This marks the first time that Disney will sail to the destination.

As part of a recently signed memorandum of understanding (MoU), Disney Cruise Line and Singapore Tourism Board have agreed to collaborate to homeport a new Disney cruise ship exclusively in Singapore for at least five years starting 2025. Details about the inaugural voyage, itineraries and onboard experiences will be announced at a later date.

“This is a very exciting year for The Walt Disney Company—2023 marks our 100th anniversary,” D’Amaro said. “As part of this, Disney Cruise Line is currently undergoing an ambitious expansion with new ships and new destinations around the world. We are incredibly excited to make Singapore the home port to our seventh-launched ship, which will sail from here year-round starting in 2025.”

The addition of a Disney Cruise Line ship in Singapore has the potential to add millions of local and foreign cruise passengers across the five-year period, including fly-cruise passengers who arrive in Singapore by air. It is also expected to bring about significant spillover benefits for the wider economy. These include greater demand for port and ship-related services, as well as on-ground spending in Singapore for the lifestyle and hospitality sectors.

For more information, visit disneycruise.disney.go.com.

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