Cruise lines say loyalty will lead them back

During Carnival Corp.’s business update last week, a Wall Street analyst asked whether the brands that were particularly tarnished by media coverage in the early days of the pandemic, such as Princess Cruises, were suffering more in terms of bookings. The answer was no. CEO Arnold Donald said that not only was Princess not doingContinue reading “Cruise lines say loyalty will lead them back”

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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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Carnival floats out the Mardi Gras

Carnival Cruise Line’s largest ship, the 5,282-passenger Mardi Gras, was floated out in a ceremony at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland.  After being put in the water for the first time, the vessel was repositioned to a new location at the yard to finalize its interior and exterior outfitting. The Bolt, the first rollerContinue reading “Carnival floats out the Mardi Gras”

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