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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MSC Extends Pause, Retools Summer 2021 Program

MSC Divina. MSC Cruises announced that it will further extend the temporary fleet-wide halt of its cruise operations through July 31, 2020. Today, the Swiss-based cruise line also reconfirmed its March – November 2021 program, which will include two new ships currently under construction and a series of new or enriched itineraries and homeports, includingContinue reading “MSC Extends Pause, Retools Summer 2021 Program”

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Carnival Magic to leave Miami

Carnival Magic The 1,845-passenger Carnival Magic next year will reposition from Miami to operate cruises from Europe, New York City and Port Canaveral, Fla. Carnival Cruise Line said that the Magic will sail from four cities and two continents in 2021, including two transatlantic voyages. The Magic will leave Miami for Europe in March 2021Continue reading “Carnival Magic to leave Miami”

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