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Disney Cruise Line currently operates four ships: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, and Disney Fantasy.  Three more ships are scheduled to join the fleet over 2021 (Disney Wish), 2022, and 2023.   Disney currently owns one private island, Castaway Cay, in the Bahamas with a second private destination, Lighthouse Point (Bahamas), could open as early as 2021.  DCL offers a wide range of destinations from Alaska and the Bahamas to Europe and Mexico. 

Royal Caribbean International (RCI) is the largest cruise line by revenue and makes up almost 20% of the worldwide cruise market.  As of July 2019, RCI operated twenty-six ships with six more on order.  Royal Caribbean ships in the Oasis Class and Quantum Class are the largest ships in the world.  RCI offers a huge selection of destinations such as North America, Europe, and Asia.  Royal Caribbean also has its own amazing private island, Perfect Day at CocoCay, Bahamas.

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Carnival Cruise Line is an international cruise line with a fleet of 23 ships as of September 2020.  Carnival offers destinations all over the world with ports in cities like London, Sydney, Singapore, Seattle, and Barcelona.  Carnival Corporation also owns Half Moon Cay, a 2,400-acre private island in the Bahamas. 

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is the third-largest cruise line in the world and is known for its “Free at Sea” deals that allow passengers to select various free offerings, depending on the type of booking.  These can range from free open bar, to free excursions and wi-fi.  NCL offers destinations all over the world to places like Australia, Hawaii, New England, Asia, and the Mediterranean.  Norwegian also has a private island in the Bahamas, Great Stirrup Cay.

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