No Concerns in the Caribbean for Royal

Oasis of the Seas The new Symphony of the Seas will help propel the Caribbean to a record year of cruise capacity. Despite the uptick in ships and passengers, capacity and pricing is not a concern for Royal Caribbean International. “After the hurricanes in September, we saw that softness for about four to six orContinue reading “No Concerns in the Caribbean for Royal”

Rate this:

Norwegian Bliss to sail from Miami in winter

Norwegian Bliss to Cruise the Caribbean after a Alaskan season. After spending its inaugural season in Alaska, the Norwegian Bliss will sail weeklong Caribbean cruises from Miami in winter 2017-18. Beginning on Nov. 17, 2018, the Bliss will depart each Saturday on cruises that will call in St. Thomas, Tortola and Nassau. Norwegian Cruise Line willContinue reading “Norwegian Bliss to sail from Miami in winter”

Rate this:

Carnival sending a second ship to Tampa

Carnival Miracle joins Splendor at Tampa Carnival Cruise Line said it will deploy a second ship year-round from Tampa, designating the Carnival Miracle for seven-night Caribbean cruises from the port, starting in 2018. Also, Carnival said it will put a bigger and newer ship, the Carnival Splendor, in Long Beach to do seven-night Mexican RivieraContinue reading “Carnival sending a second ship to Tampa”

Rate this: