The pomp and circumstance have been adjusted by Disney Cruise Line for the arrival of the first paying passengers on board its brand-new ship, Disney Wish.
Today marks the official start of the fifth ship in the fleet's regular three- and four-night excursions from Port Canaveral.
The majority of the available July staterooms are sold out due to the continued high demand, and premium rates are in place.
The lowest rate for a three-night Bahamas cruise listed on Disney's website as of July 13 is $1,751 per person based on double occupancy for an inside cabin.
The first of three ships in a new class for the line, with 1,254 staterooms and a gross tonnage of 144,000, is slightly bigger than the fleet's other two ships, Dream and Fantasy.
Even though the ship had been at the harbor since June, the line's expectations were not being met when it first started carrying test passengers on a christening cruise on June 29.