Inside the new Disney Wish cruise ship – with princess suites, Toy Story water park and Star Wars restaurants

DISNEY is launching their first cruise ship – with their inaugural route starting this summer.

The ship not only has the first ever Disney attraction at sea, but also has the first Frozen-themed dining experience.

New images and features of the ship have been revealed by Travel + Leisure.

Onboard attractions include the Disney Oceaneer Club, the Marvel Super Hero Academy and the Fairytale Hall, all designed to keep younger guests entertained by their favourite characters.

Also onboard there is the Star Wars: Hyperspace lounge with a huge "window" looking out to space and an Avengers: Quantum Encounter lounge where you can shrink your food using Ant-Man Pym tech.

Other dining venues include one inspired by Beauty and the Beast and a Frozen-themed theatrical dining experience.

Kids will love the Disney Unchartered Adventure game which can be played through the Disney parks app, which lets guests complete missions across the Disney Wish ship.

The mission joins Mickey and Minnie to find pieces of the wishing star which was scattered by the Disney villains.

The ship features another first – the first Disney attraction at sea.

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The 760-ft water ride called AquaMouse is just one of the fun ways kids can get wet, with six swimming pools and a Toy Story-themed splash zone.

Adults can unwind at Quiet Cove, a peaceful hang out featuring Disney Cruise's first infinity pool.

Guests can stay at the new exclusive Tower Suite which is located in the funnel of the ship with amazing views of the sea across the two levels.

Across the 1,966sqft, there are two bedrooms and a kids room with bunk beds, featuring constellations on the ceiling.

There is even a library, which can convert into another bedroom, as well as four bathrooms, pantry and bar.

Staying in a suite also gets you VIP access across the ship and a personal concierge team and private lift.

If you fancy something a bit more affordable, there are 1,200 rooms onboard, many of which are themed around the princesses.

Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Tangled and Moana are just some of the Disney characters that will feature.

The Disney Wish sets sail on July 14 from Port Canaveral with three and four-night sailings which include the private island Castaway Cay.

Bookings open on May 27.

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