Pullmantur Cruises Donates 13 Tons of Food

Pullmantur Cruises has donated some 13 tons of food and beverages to the Malaga City Council (Spain) and the Government of the Colón Province (Panama). Pullmantur said in a prepared statement that the food, which included an assortment of cold meats and sausages, canned fish, olive oil, coffee and dairy products, has been distributed amongContinue reading “Pullmantur Cruises Donates 13 Tons of Food”

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Arne Wilhelmsen, A Founder of Royal Caribbean, Passes Away

Arne Wilhelmsen, a founder of Royal Caribbean Cruises, died Saturday, April 11, 2020, in Palma, Spain. He was 90. Wilhelmsen was a constant influence on the company from its founding, serving more than three decades on the company’s board of directors, the company said. Together with the company’s first CEO, the late Edwin Stephan, WilhelmsenContinue reading “Arne Wilhelmsen, A Founder of Royal Caribbean, Passes Away”

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Carnival ship’s transformation put on hold

The Carnival Victory will become the Carnival Radiance, but not in late April as previously planned. Carnival Cruise Line is suspending work on the Carnival Victory’s refurbishment in Spain. After a $200 million overhaul, the ship is to be renamed Carnival Radiance. The ship is drydocked in the city of Cadiz. Carnival said that travelContinue reading “Carnival ship’s transformation put on hold”

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