Month: July 2022

Princess Cruise has announced their 2023-2024 cruises from North America and the cruise line will offer more itineraries than ever before.  During this season, Princess will sail 47 different itineraries on more than 210 cruises. New for the 2023-24 season are Sapphire Princess’ two South Pacific Islands & Hawaii cruises roundtrip from Los Angeles featuring
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Many people marvel at the sheer size of cruise ships. They secretly wonder how something so large and heavy could move so easily in water or how something that massive could even float in the first place! In this post, we’ll explain how cruise ships float. The answer to this question boils down to materials,
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Considering taking a cruise on one of the many MSC cruise ships? You’ve certainly got a lot of ships, and itineraries, to choose from. As the third-largest cruising company in the world after Carnival and Royal Caribbean, MSC Cruises carries nearly 10% of all the world’s cruise passengers each year.  The MSC Cruises fleet consists
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Carnival Cruise Line’s newest cruise ship, Carnival Celebration, will be a shopper’s paradise. The vessel, which will debut in November this year, will feature no less than nine retail collections that offer various choices for every cruiser. Carnival is bringing out new designs, such as designs inspired by the company’s home, Miami, and some tried-and-true
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Building on a history of investments to make cruises more sustainable, AIDA became the first major cruise line to use a biofuel blend for powering a cruise ship. The German cruise line has been working with a range of partners to develop innovative solutions toward its goal of net carbon neutral operations. AIDAprima had the
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Carnival Cruise Line brought some Texas flair to Germany today as the company celebrated a significant milestone in Carnival Jubilee’s construction, the keel laying ceremony.  Carnival Cruise Line’s third LNG-powered cruise ship will begin operations from Galveston, Texas, in 2023. More than enough reason for Carnival’s president, Christine Duffy, to celebrate the ceremony in true
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