Seuss proving a coup for Carnival

With the addition of Dr. Seuss characters and the makeover of Camp Carnival into Camp Ocean on some of its ships, Carnival Cruise Line has more appeal than ever to the family cruise segment. The changes, announced a year ago, bring an instantly recognizable name to Carnival’s kids offerings. “For Dr. Seuss, as soon asContinue reading “Seuss proving a coup for Carnival”

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Oasis of the Seas vs. Quantum of the Seas: a Cruise Ship Comparison

Since its debut in 2009, Oasis of the Seas has continued to turn the cruise world upside down. With first-in-cruising innovations like a zip line, a carousel, a levitating bar and real, live trees, it commands respect — even from those who argue its massive size doesn’t appeal. In addition to being the largest ship at sea,Continue reading “Oasis of the Seas vs. Quantum of the Seas: a Cruise Ship Comparison”

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10 Reasons why Quantum of the Seas is the Cruise Ship for You 

  When Quantum of the Seas hits the cruise market in November, it will be Royal Caribbean’s first new ship since Allure of the Seas made a splashy debut in 2010. Allure was the second in the line’s wildly popular and innovative Oasis Class, but it has been heralded as much for being the biggest cruise ship in theContinue reading “10 Reasons why Quantum of the Seas is the Cruise Ship for You “

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