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Carnival expands New Orleans voyages

Carnival Cruise Line will expand capacity on its four- and five-day short cruise program from New Orleans by 34 percent when Carnival Triumph replaces Carnival Elation on this schedule next spring. In turn, Carnival Elation will reposition to Jacksonville,…

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Carnival Vista will homeport in Miami – Breeze and Liberty reposition to Galveston

PortMiami will be the year-round homeport for Carnival Cruise Line’s largest ship to date, the 133,500-ton Carnival Vista, when it launches six- to eight-day Caribbean cruises beginning in December 2016. Currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy,…

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Carnival Vista is bigger, badder and Euro bound

There’s big fun and spectacular views on the horizon, as Carnival Cruise Line today announced the details of its most innovative ship ever, Carnival Vista, debuting in spring 2016.   Designed to connect guests to the ocean with sweeping views…

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Carnival Pride to operate special 10- To 14-Day Caribbean sailings from Baltimore and San Juan

For the first time, Carnival Pride will operate a series of 10- to 14-day Caribbean cruises round-trip from Baltimore and one-way between Baltimore and San Juan featuring some of the region’s most breathtaking destinations, as well as new five-day…

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New 135,000-Ton ‘Fun Ship’ set to debut in 2016 to be named Carnival Vista

Carnival Vista is the name selected by Carnival Cruise Lines for its new 135,000-ton ship scheduled to enter service in 2016. The announcement was made today by Carnival President and CEO Gerry Cahill during a media briefing aboard Carnival…

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Bob is back! Dickinson returns to Carnival

Cruise industry publication Seatrade Insider has confirmed that former president and CEO of Carnival Cruise Lines Bob Dickinson will return to the company as a consultant to parent company Carnival Corporation. Dickinson, who retired in 2007 after 35 years…

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