Port Canaveral: Diversified Offering

A brand-new Terminal 3 is nearing the final stages of construction for Carnival Cruise Line at Port Canaveral, along with a 1,800-spot parking garage, all in preparation for the new Mardi Gras which will become the first LNG-fueled ship in North America.   Projections call for just under five million cruise guests in the fiscalContinue reading “Port Canaveral: Diversified Offering”

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Disney CEO Confident on Cruise; New Ships Could Be Delayed

Speaking on the company’s second-quarter earnings call, Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Chapek was bullish on the future of Disney Cruise Line but admitted cruises may be among the company’s last businesses to come back online. “And in terms of the cruise ship business, we agree that that will probably be the last of ourContinue reading “Disney CEO Confident on Cruise; New Ships Could Be Delayed”

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Galveston Continues Expansion of Cruise Products

For the Port of Galveston, the major news for 2018 is the continued expansion of cruise products and related services available, according to Interim Port Director Peter Simons. Carnival Cruise Line is moving the Carnival Vista to Galveston later in the year replacing the Breeze. The Vista will sail alongside the Liberty and the Freedom.Continue reading “Galveston Continues Expansion of Cruise Products”

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