Carnival Adds 4-Day Bermuda Itineraries To Carnival Horizon Inaugural Season

Carnival Cruise Line’s new Carnival Horizon is to offer a series of 4-day Bermuda cruises from New York as part of her inaugural season in spring/summer 2018.   Dubbed “long weekend” cruises, the sailings will depart on Thursdays once a month from May through September 2018 and feature a full-day in Bermuda. Guests can relax … Continue reading

Fathom Makes Maiden Call To Cuba

Carnival Corporation has made history with the inaugural call of the Adonia to Cuba, which sailed into Havana from Miami. Operating for Fathom, the group’s impact travel brand, the ship’s arrival marked the first time in over 50 years that a US-based cruise line has sailed from the USA to Cuba.   In accordance to … Continue reading

Carnival Reveals Features For New Ship

Carnival Cruise Lines has revealed the details of the upcoming Carnival Vista, set to be the line’s most innovative Fun Ship yet. Members of the media previewed the ship in a grand event at the Ertegun Atrium in New York’s Lincoln Center, which saw the space revamped with mock-ups of her groundbreaking features designed to … Continue reading

P&O Australia Unveils Largest Season Yet, Offers Asian Cruises From Singapore

P&O Australia has unveiled its largest sailing programme yet, as the line looks to capitalize on the cruise boom down under and the growth of its fleet. With the addition of the Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden from sister brand Holland America Line in November 2015, the line will offer 250 cruises from 8 homeports … Continue reading

Shanghai Homeport For Costa Serena

Costa Cruises, the Italian cruise line owned by industry giant Carnival Corporation, today announced it is scaling up its presence in the Far East. The line is sending the 114,500-GRT Costa Serena to China for a year-round deployment, joining fleet mates Costa Atlantica and Costa Victoria.   From April 2015, the ship will be based … Continue reading