Disney Cruise Line opens office at German shipyard

Disney Cruise Line celebrated the official opening of its office at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany as it prepares to build two new ships in 2011 and 2012.

Disney Cruise Line celebrates the opening of its new office in the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany

Over the next five years Disney Cruise Line will be working alongside the Meyer Werft team to deliver the two new 124,000 ton ships.

Disney Cruise Line currently has two 83,000-ton ships, Disney Magic and Disney Wonder.

Pictured (left to right) is Meyer Werft chief executive Bernard Meyer, Walt Disney Imagineering vice president of new ship development Frank de Heer, Disney Cruise Line director of new build Fabio DiMarco and Meyer Werft project manager Aloys Meeman.

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