Carnival to restart operations from three U.S. ports

The Carnival Dream will sail from Galveston starting Aug. 1. Carnival Cruise Line plans to resume service on Aug. 1 with sailings from Miami, Port Canaveral and Galveston on eight ships. Carnival is calling it the first phase of its resumption plan. The cruise line’s operations pause will extend in all other North American andContinue reading “Carnival to restart operations from three U.S. ports”

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Carnival’s environmental hurdles detailed in court documents

The world’s largest cruise company, Carnival Corp. faces a herculean task in eliminating single-use plastics from its ships, a mission that has taken on increased urgency in recent months. The plastics challenge was underscored by the disclosure in federal court that Carnival brands last year bought some 239 million single-use plastic items, including some 50Continue reading “Carnival’s environmental hurdles detailed in court documents”

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Carnival Corp. to Launch Four New Cruise Ships in 2019

AIDAnova during sea trials. Photo: Meyer Werft The world’s largest cruise company, Carnival Corporation, will launch four new cruise ships in 2019 as part of its ongoing fleet enhancement with 20 new ships scheduled for delivery through 2025. The ships scheduled to launch next year will be delivered across three of Carnival’s global brands –Continue reading “Carnival Corp. to Launch Four New Cruise Ships in 2019”

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