Carnival to restart operations from three U.S. ports

The Carnival Dream will sail from Galveston starting Aug. 1. Carnival Cruise Line plans to resume service on Aug. 1 with sailings from Miami, Port Canaveral and Galveston on eight ships. Carnival is calling it the first phase of its resumption plan. The cruise line’s operations pause will extend in all other North American andContinue reading “Carnival to restart operations from three U.S. ports”

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Galveston Enters Into 10 Year Agreement With Disney Cruise Line

The Port of Galveston announced today that it has finalized a new agreement with Disney Cruise Line extending preferential berthing agreement rights at the Port for an additional 10 years with an option to renew for two additional five year periods effective November 1, 2018, according to a statement. The new agreement outlines plans forContinue reading “Galveston Enters Into 10 Year Agreement With Disney Cruise Line”

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Galveston Continues Expansion of Cruise Products

For the Port of Galveston, the major news for 2018 is the continued expansion of cruise products and related services available, according to Interim Port Director Peter Simons. Carnival Cruise Line is moving the Carnival Vista to Galveston later in the year replacing the Breeze. The Vista will sail alongside the Liberty and the Freedom.Continue reading “Galveston Continues Expansion of Cruise Products”

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