Carnival Cruises has announced its new 130,000-ton ship will be named Carnival Breeze. Scheduled to enter service in spring 2012 and constructed by Fincantieri, the 3,690-passenger ship will be the third in the line’s Dream class. The series’ first vessel, Carnival Dream, entered service in 2009 and a sister ship, Carnival Magic, is under construction with an expected debut in May 2011. Carnival Breeze will feature the signature Dream-class elements including facilities for children and teenagers, a 23,750-square-foot Cloud 9 Spa and The Lanai, an outdoor promenade with whirlpools that extend over the ship’s sides. A WaterWorks aqua park, live entertainment venue and a selection of staterooms will be available. “Carnival Breeze promises to be a spectacular addition to our fleet and its name reflects the continued evolution of our brand while conveying the fun and carefree spirit associated with a Carnival cruise,” said Carnival President and CEO Gerry Cahill. Carnival Breeze will be the line’s 24th vessel.