Carnival Cruise Lines’ 2,124-passenger Carnival Pride will operate a series of eight-day cruises from San Diego, Calif., to the Mexican Riviera beginning in March 2009. Featured ports on this itinerary include Acapulco, famous for its sizzling nightlife, excellent beaches, myriad shopping and dining experiences, and death-defying cliff divers; Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa, offering a unique combination of a quaint fishing village and world-class resort renowned for crystal-clear waters and gorgeous white-sand beaches; and Manzanillo, offering magnificent beaches and a variety of watersports opportunities. Carnival Pride will operate the eight-day schedule from San Diego March 22 – April 30, 2009 (the vessel will also operate a seven-day Mexican Riviera cruise from San Diego departing April 23, 2009).
Racing-Themed Voyage Aboard ‘Fun Ship’ Carnival Triumph in December 2007 Carnival Cruise Lines’ and NASCAR racing legend Rusty Wallace have teamed up again for another “Rusty Wallace Cruise” — this time with a seven-day voyage aboard the 2,758-passenger Carnival Triumph in December 2007. The weeklong cruise – the seventh installment of the popular “Rusty Wallace Cruise” series — will operate round-trip from Miami, Dec. 1-8, 2007. Featured ports include Half Moon Cay, St. Thomas, San Juan and Grand Turk. Carnival’s “Rusty Wallace Cruises” began in 2001 and, over the years, more than 7,000 racing fans have enjoyed opportunities to meet and interact with the stock car racing legend. “Carnival’s ‘Rusty Wallace Cruises’ are among the most popular sports themed voyages…
Eight-Day Mexican Riviera Cruises From San Diego Offered Aboard Carnival Pride Beginning In March 2009
EIGHT-DAY MEXICAN RIVIERA CRUISES FROM SAN DIEGO OFFERED ABOARD CARNIVAL PRIDE BEGINNING IN MARCH 2009 MIAMI (June 27, 2007) – Carnival Cruise Lines’ 2,124-passenger Carnival Pride will operate a series of eight-day cruises from San Diego, Calif., to the Mexican Riviera beginning in March 2009.
Cruise director rides the high seas of blogs June 21, 2007 By HARRY SHATTUCK Copyright 2007 Houston Chronicle The Carnival Liberty was approaching Messina, on the coast of Sicily, when cruise director John Heald issued an urgent plea over the public address system. “I have some obligations on the ship today, so I won’t be able to go ashore.” Heald’s booming voice shook the morning cobwebs from the Liberty’s 3,100 passengers, myself included. “Will someone please be kind enough to bring me back a cannoli?” Ten hours later, Heald’s office resembled an Italian bakery. That’s the rapport Heald builds with passengers. Most cruise directors are so busy with organizational priorities that guest interaction is limited to announcing the daily activities…
POPULAR ‘RUSTY WALLACE CRUISE’ SERIES CONTINUES IN 2007 Racing-Themed Voyage Aboard ‘Fun Ship’ Carnival Triumph in December 2007 MIAMI (June 21, 2007) – Carnival Cruise Lines’ and NASCAR racing legend Rusty Wallace have teamed up again for another “Rusty Wallace Cruise” — this time with a seven-day voyage aboard the 2,758-passenger Carnival Triumph in December 2007.
The Carnival Splendor is reaching major milestones in construction. New images have been added to a web site dedicated to all the splendid things occurring on the Carnival Splendor. You can now view these pictures by visiting: www.carnival.com/splendor.
Carnival Cruise Lines is always striving to give our customers exactly what they are looking for. That’s why we’ve added a section on carnival.com dedicated to theme cruises for everyone’s kind of fun. Check out the latest themed cruises here.
As part of the enhancements occurring to all the Carnival “Fun Ships”, we have recently updated the Celebration and Holiday accommodation images found on carnival.com with the Comfort Bed Collection. In addition, you can now view all of the innovations for the Carnival Ecstasy, Carnival Fascination, Carnival Sensation, Carnival Glory and Elation by visiting each of their virtual tours online.
Guests can now design their own custom tees for their upcoming and/or recent Carnival cruise vacation. All they have to do is visit our new Web site located at www.carnivalfuntee.com and choose a design. It’s fun, easy and can all be done online!
Now guests can access the same travel documentation and information found in paper cruise documents, 24 hours a day, in a secure, easy-to-navigate internet portal. Located at https://mydocuments.carnival.com/, guests can view and print the latest and most up-to-date information on their cruise vacation.