Carnival line’s largest ship going to Port Canaveral

Carnival Cruise Line said it reached an agreement with the Canaveral Port Authority to build a new terminal for the 5,286-passenger ship Carnival plans to deploy in 2020. The 180,000-gross ton ship is 34% larger than Carnival’s most recent vessel, the 134,000-ton Carnival Horizon. Carnival noted that the vessel will offer “an array of groundbreaking,Continue reading “Carnival line’s largest ship going to Port Canaveral”

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Carnival increases capacity for short cruises

Carnival Cruise Line will raise the number of cabins devoted to short cruises out of Galveston and New Orleans in 2019. It will send the 2,974-passenger Carnival Valor to New Orleans and the 3,646-passenger Carnival Dream to Galveston, representing capacity increases of 10% and 22%, respectively, for the four- and five-day itineraries there. In Galveston,Continue reading “Carnival increases capacity for short cruises”

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Carnival switching the Liberty and Valor

Carnival Liberty The Carnival Liberty’s propulsion problems persist, so Carnival Cruise Line said it will continue to operate modified cruises from Galveston, Texas, through the month of November to account for the ship’s inability to reach maximum speed. The five-day cruise departing Nov. 26 will be the Liberty’s last from Galveston, as the ship willContinue reading “Carnival switching the Liberty and Valor”

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