Disney Cruise Line plans to add two new ocean liners to its fleet. The ships, which are scheduled to launch in 2011 and 2012, will more than double the line’s passenger capacity and help Disney meet demand for its cruise business, which hosts a range of corporate meetings and incentive groups. The company is negotiating with Meyer Werft shipyard, based in Papenburg, Germany, to build the 122,000-ton liners. Each of the new ships will have 1,250 staterooms and rise two decks taller than the ...

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