Carnival Magic To Return With Fun Ship 2.0 Features

Carnival Cruise Line’s 128,040-GT Carnival Magic is set to return to service with new Fun Ship 2.0 features in preparation for her Space Coast debut. Currently in drydock at Grand Bahama shipyard in the Bahamas, the ship will gain a variety of dining and bar innovations for her new season cruising out of Port Canaveral … Continue reading

Navigator Of The Seas Back In Service After Enhancement

Royal Caribbean International’s Navigator of the Seas returns to service today after a month-long drydock revitalization. Sailing year-round from Galveston, Texas, she brings forth new and significantly enhanced dining and recreation options and offers a glimpse ahead toward the cruise line’s highly anticipated Quantum of the Seas.   Most anticipated of all the ship’s additions … Continue reading

Carnival Magic Christened In Venice

Carnival Cruise Lines has christened its newest ship, the 130,000-GRT Carnival Magic, with an upbeat ceremony kicked off by a flashy fireworks-infused dance performance and the appearance of the line’s President and CEO Gerry Cahill in a helicopter on stage. The festivities in Venice also included a blessing of the 100th ship for cruise giant Carnival Corporation & … Continue reading

Carnival Announces Deployment Changes

Cruise giant Carnival Cruise Lines has announced a series of deployment changes for its ships based around the southern coast of the USA. The 2,052-passenger Carnival Ecstasy repositions from Galveston and New Orleans to join her sister ships Carnival Sensation and Carnival Dream at Port Canaveral, while the Carnival Elation leaves Mobile to sail out of New … Continue reading

Carnival And Royal Caribbean Return To Mexican Ports

Following the latest guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on travel to Mexico, Carnival Cruise Lines and Royal Caribbean International have announced that their ships will resume port calls to the country.   Carnival Cruise Lines Carnival Cruise Lines have announced that its ships will return to Mexico following the completion of … Continue reading