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2 unique new cruise ships sailing in 2011
Looking forward to 2011, more new ships are on the horizon including Oceania Cruises new Marina, nearly double the size of the line's existing three ships; Celebrity Silhouette, the fourth Solstice-class ship from Celebrity Cruises and another new yacht from Seabourn, the Seabourn Quest among others. Today we focus on two different ships by two different lines that will probably be the most talked-about of the bunch.
Disney Dream – at 128,000 tons, Disney Cruise Line's new entry, the first of two with Disney Fantasy coming out next year, promises to steer Disney in a unique new at-sea direction. Sailing from Port Canaveral, the new ship will more than double the size of the Disney fleet carrying up to 4000 guests. Called "the most anticipated ship of 2011" by CruiseCritic.com editor Carolyn Spencer Brown
Carnival Magic - the second of Carnival Cruise Line's Dream-class ship and will offer 3,693 guests a 7 to 12 day Mediterranean sailing in the Summer followed by a unique first for Carnival; home-porting a new ship in Galveston Texas. 130,000 ton Carnival Magic will make a total of 23 ships in the fleet. Look for this one to be launched with some unique, social ways capitalizing on Carnival's signature "fun" element.