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Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. ordered two additional 85,000-ton, 1,950-passenger cruise ships for Celebrity Cruises at a contract cost of approximately $350 million each. The ships will be in addition to Celebrity's two Millennium-class ships currently under construction at Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard in St. Nazaire, France, and due for delivery in June 2000 and January 2001. The two additional ships will have the same Millennium-class hull, superstructure, propulsion and machinery design, but each ship's interior theming and public rooms will have their own unique style and character. The Millennium-class vessels are being built to Panamax dimension standards to enable Panama and Suez canal transits for worldwide deployment. All the Millennium-class vessels, along with Royal Caribbean's Vantage-class ships, will be the first cruise ships to incorporate gas turbine propulsion.
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