Cruise Lines Could Face Major Drydock Challenge Following Hurricane Damage

The cruise industry could be looking at a monumental impact to their operations following Hurricane Dorian if the Grand Bahama Shipyard’s capacity is taken offline or further limited following an April incident. The go-to-yard for drydocks and refurbishments in the cruise industry is partly owned by both Carnival Corporation and Royal Caribbean Cruises. It is ideallyContinue reading “Cruise Lines Could Face Major Drydock Challenge Following Hurricane Damage”

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Alabama port gets another chance to woo cruisers

Carnival Cruise in Alabama, You might think that a city with its own Carnival Museum, like Mobile, Alabama, would be a good bet for Carnival Cruise Line. However, Carnival pulled out of Mobile five years ago, citing poor financial results. This year, the line decided to give the city another try, returning this week forContinue reading “Alabama port gets another chance to woo cruisers”

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Carnival Fantasy to sail Mexico cruises from Alabama

Carnival Fantasy to sail Mexico cruises from Alabama Carnival Cruise Line will move the Carnival Fantasy to Mobile, Ala., for a year-long series of four- and five-night cruises to Mexico, starting November 2016. The move cements Carnival’s return to Mobile, a drive-market port that it pioneered and then abandoned in 2011. The Fantasy will depart Thursdays forContinue reading “Carnival Fantasy to sail Mexico cruises from Alabama”

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