Carnival Cruise Line will put not one, but two ships in China.

It said that the 2,124-passenger Carnival Miracle will be redeployed to China in 2017, followed by the 3,006-passenger Carnival Splendor in 2018. Homeports and itineraries in China were not announced for the two vessels.

Carnival’s parent company, Carnival Corp., had previously said it would put one ship in China, along with a ship from its AIDA brand. Ships from Carnival’s Costa and Princess brands are already sailing from China.

“The collective scale of Carnival Corp.'s Asia operations is unparalleled and enables us to tap into an immense network of resources and expertise as we launch our China program,” Carnival Cruise Line President Christine Duffy said. 

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