Disney adds third newbuild at Meyer Werft-all LNG ships

The new Ratatouille attraction is expected to open at Walt Disney World by 2021, in time for the park’s 50th anniversary. To start with opened in 1982, Epcot was initially outlined as a world’s reasonable fascination, however has been reprimanded for looking worn out in later years. Future World’s Mission: Space will receive an updated Green Mission, taking guests on a tour around the Earth, and an Orange Mission taking riders to Mars. The newly-announced version of the ride is similar to Ratatouille: The Adventure, a 4D attraction that opened in Disneyland Paris in 2014.

The restaurant, which will be located adjacent to the park’s Mission: Space attraction, will be operated by the Patina Restaurant Group.

A new live entertainment theater, inspired by the 1920s Willis Wood Theater in Kansas City, is coming to Main Street, U.S.A. Disney Parks and Resorts Chairman Bob Chapek declared the news about the rides, and he trusts that some new brand-named attractions will enable Epcot to contend with more prominent parks like Disney’s Hollywood Studios and the Animal Kingdom. The park will also transform Paradise Pier into Pixar Pier, with characters and stories from movies like The Incredibles and Toy Story.

On July 17, Disney Vacation Club will welcome its 14th resort with the opening of Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, featuring 184 rustically elegant vacation accommodations including Deluxe Studios, one- and two-bedroom Villas, three-bedroom Grand Villas and unique waterfront cabins.

Disney Cruise Line is to build a third LNG-powered newbuild – a move that will nearly double its fleet by boosting its number to seven cruise ships.