Disney Cruise Line’s Global Dream Project Ship to Be Based in Singapore Starting in 2025

Disney Cruise Line has provided an update on the Global Dream ship that Disney purchased in November 2022. The Global Dream Project ship, which is the largest ship in Disney’s fleet, will be based out of Singapore starting in 2025.

The plan to base the ship out of Singapore will last at least five years. The ship is expected to be renamed in the future.

Along with the Singapore announcement, Disney released new concept art of the Global Dream ship. There’s a couple key differences between this latest concept art and the art that was originally released when Disney bought the unfinished ship in late 2022.

New Global Dream Project Ship Concept Art.
New concept art of the Global Dream ship.

The new concept art shows the Global Dream ship with fewer funnels. The original art depicted two additional red funnels for a total of six, but it appears it’s been scaled back to four. There are also some slight design changes seen around the ship’s bridge.

Look for more information about the Global Dream Project ship as we get closer to 2025.

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