Carnival eases beverage policy at ports of call

Carnival Cruise Line has eased its restrictions on guests bringing nonalcoholic beverages aboard at ports of call. Guests can now return to the ship with as many as a dozen 12-ounce cartons or cans of soda, water, juice or other soft beverages. Bottles continue to be banned. Earlier this year, Carnival limited the amount ofContinue reading “Carnival eases beverage policy at ports of call”

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Norwegian’s new amenities package draws agent interest

By Tom Stieghorst Going all in Norwegian Cruise Line has created an all-inclusive package of cruise amenities. Here’s how a passenger could come out, using one set of assumptions about what it might cost to buy all the items in the package a la carte during a seven-night cruise. A la carte: Beverage: $448 (eightContinue reading “Norwegian’s new amenities package draws agent interest”

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Royal Caribbean’s increase in on-board revenue attributed to cruise ship revitalizations

Royal Caribbean’s increase in on-board revenue attributed to cruise ship revitalizations Royal Caribbean reported third quarter financial results today and the big “star” of the results was the onboard spending, with a 7% increase overall.  So what is Royal Caribbean’s secret?  They think it’s all about the revitalization program. During the financial results conference call,Continue reading “Royal Caribbean’s increase in on-board revenue attributed to cruise ship revitalizations”

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