Disney Magic's regular schedule of seven day eastern and western Caribbean voyages are getting a shake-up, if only intermittantly. Disney Cruise Line announces that on certain weeks, Disney Magic will call at otherwise-not-on-the-schedule ports such as Antigua and St. Lucia. Even more radical for Disney is Magic's first-ever ten day sailing; for next year's holiday cruise (i.e. 2004), the ship will offer a completely unique itinerary, with calls ranging from the regulars -- St. Thomas, St. Maarten -- to the not-at-all regulars -- St. Lucia, Antigua. That cruise departs on December 18 and will not, alas, encompass both the Christmas and New Year holidays.