Cruise Lines Make More Hurricane Adjustments

The three major cruise lines announced more itinerary changes due to Hurricane Dorian following Thursday’s itinerary change news, and more adjustments are expected to follow on Friday as the storm develops. Carnival The Carnival Paradise will now leave Tampa early on August 31, with Carnival asking guests to arrive at the cruise terminal between 10:00 AM – 1:00Continue reading “Cruise Lines Make More Hurricane Adjustments”

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Carnival Cruise Line to sail in Med in 2020

Carnival Cruise Line is returning to Europe in 2020 with revamped ship Carnival Radiance. The vessel will sail in the Mediterranean from Barcelona from April 29, 2020, following a $200 million refit in dry dock in Cadiz. Carnival Radiance will run a ten-day itinerary followed by nine-and 12-day departures visiting destinations throughout the region, includingContinue reading “Carnival Cruise Line to sail in Med in 2020”

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MSC Cruises chief warns yields could drop amid mass growth

MSC Seaview Cruise line yields could fall in the future due to the volume of new ships entering the market in the next decade, according to the boss of MSC Cruises. A total of 106 ships are expected to launch between 2017-26, including 12 alone from MSC Cruises. Other mainstream cruise brands such as RoyalContinue reading “MSC Cruises chief warns yields could drop amid mass growth”

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