Month: June 2022

Carnival Cruise Line has selected the cruise director and entertainment director that will lead their new cruise ship debuting later this year, Carnival Celebration. Fan favorites Lee Mason and Calvyn Martens will serve as Carnival Celebration’s cruise director and entertainment director. Carnival Celebration will debut in November and sail week long cruises to the Caribbean
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Holland America has released a second commemorative 150th-anniversary transatlantic crossing that will set sail in 2023. In celebration, Rotterdam will depart from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on April 3, 2023, to retrace, in reverse, the company’s maiden voyage. Rotterdam to Sail Second Commemorative Transatlantic Crossing Departing on April 3, 2023, MS Rotterdam will commemorate Holland America’s historical,
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In its quarterly business update, released yesterday, June 24, Carnival Corporation’s outgoing CEO Arnold Donald mentioned the company was aiming for 110% occupancy levels for at least one cruise line, Carnival Cruise Line.  With the busy summer months coming up, the cruise industry expects to welcome more and more families onboard, who typically sleep together
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The maritime industry celebrates the Day of the Seafarer today. In recent weeks and months, the importance of the crew members that work onboard ships has become increasingly apparent as voyages were placed under occupancy restrictions due to shortages.  The theme for this year’s international day celebrates maritime journeys and voyages, providing a chance “to
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Princess Cruises has informed guests of cancellations for the Majestic Princess cruise ship down under in Australia. The cruise line has released compensation options for impacted guests, and it comes after recently canceled cruises for two other vessels in the fleet. Majestic Princess Cancellations The cruise line has announced more cancellations that impact those guests
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Without a cruise ship engine, these vessels would be nothing more than a floating hotel. They would drift aimlessly at sea and would lack any form of propulsion. Looking at the sheer size of these vessels makes one wonder how large an engine needs to be to maneuver the ship successfully in water. Older cruise
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