1. Carnival Cruise Line has announced a number of permanent changes across its fleet, including a shortened sea day brunch, reduced hours at the pizza counter, and no more breakfast
Luxury river and ocean cruise line Viking is celebrating its 25th anniversary today. To commemorate the occasion, the line released a new video message (which you can watch below) from
To celebrate International Beer Day, which is today, Carnival Cruise Line has announced a new brew that it’s serving up fleetwide: ParchedPig Beach Lager. The cruise line describes the new
In a tweet, Royal Caribbean shared progress this week on its brand-new $125 million cruise terminal at the gulf port of Galveston, Texas. Construction Update: A look at the $125M
In line with recent announcements from other cruise lines, sister brands Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises have both adjusted their COVID-19 testing protocols for sailings from United States ports.
Diamond Princess Returns to U.S. The cruise ship that made Coronavirus headlines around the globe at the start of the pandemic is now back in the United States. After sailing
Quark Expeditions, which is an expedition cruise line specializing in the polar regions, has announced that its new ship has set sail on her first voyage in the Canadian Arctic.
The wireless internet service on Virgin Voyages’ ships is about to get better. Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, has announced that the cruise line will be using the Aruba
Carnival Corporation announced today that it will be rolling out comprehensive technology upgrades called Service Power Packages across its global fleet to further improve energy savings and reduce fuel consumption.
Carnival Announces Permanent Changes Across The Fleet On Wednesday evening, Carnival Cruise Line announced a slew of service changes, and most of them will be permanent cutbacks. After having been
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