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Carnival Magic Day 1 — Of Beer and 3 AM Babysitting

The beards at Carnival certainly know how to please their clientele with the new features on the Carnival Magic. The addition of the Caribbean-inspired RedFrog Pub with its own lager was sure to be a hit, but Carnival didn’t…

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Leaving Venice a photo essay

Located at the top of the Adriatic Sea is the enchanting city of Venice. Made up of numerous islands and canals Venice offers an amazing setting where bridges lead to winding cobblestone streets, stunning renaissance architecture, and, of course…

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Carnival Magic Photo Tour

Carnival Cruise Lines’ newest ship, the 130,000-ton Carnival Magic has some amazing new features and unique decor. Here’s a few photos to get you acquainted with the newest Fun Ship! Stay tuned to www.expertcruiser.com for all the latest Carnival…

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Carnival Magic arrives in Venice for its maiden voyage

Carnival Cruise Lines’ newest ship, the 130,000-ton Carnival Magic, arrived in Venice, Italy, in anticipation of its inaugural nine-day voyage departing tomorrow, May 1. www.expertcruiser.com is onboard to report on all the festivities along with blogging about the Carnival…

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Agony on the Ecstasy

The DeBorde family of Galveston, Texas had high hopes for their first-ever cruise vacation – a four-day sailing on the Carnival Ecstasy from their hometown to Mexico. According to the DeBordes the cruise didn’t live up to what was…

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Galveston cruisers cars a “total loss” to Hurricane Ike

Real bad news for those that drove their cars to Galveston for the September 7th sailing of the Carnival Conquest and the September 11 sailing of the Carnival Ecstasy. According to Galveston city spokesperson Alicia Cahill all the cars that were parked at the port are a “total loss.” Read for more details…

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