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October 2008

CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES TAKES HOME “BEST VALUE” HONOR IN 2008 CRUISE CRITIC EDITORS’ PICK AWARDS  Also Honored for “Best Shore Excursions” along with “Best Main Restaurant” for its Conquest-Class Ships              MIAMI- (October 24, 2008) — Carnival Cruise Lines was named the “Best Value” in cruising by the 2008 Cruise Critic Editors’ Pick Awards, which honor the world’s top cruise lines for outstanding performance in 10 major areas.

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CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES LAUNCHES NEW BRANDING INITIATIVE ‘Fun For All. All For Fun’ Campaign to Capture Authentic, Spontaneous Fun of the Carnival Vacation Experience                MIAMI, FL (October 23, 2008) — Carnival Cruise Lines will debut a new branding campaign this month designed to capture the truly unique essence of the Carnival vacation experience, which embodies spirited and spontaneous fun.  Under the tagline ‘Fun For All. All For Fun’ – the new campaign will kick off with special events featuring Guinness World Record attempts in Dallas and Philadelphia.

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CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES RETURNS TO GALVESTON NOVEMBER 1  Carnival Ecstasy to Resume Four- and Five-Day Service Nov. 1; Carnival Conquest to Begin Seven-Day Cruises Nov. 2               MIAMI (October 22, 2008) – Carnival Cruise Lines, the Port of Galveston’s only year-round cruise operator, announced today that it will resume service from the Texas port on November 1, 2008 following a temporary cease in cruise operations due to Hurricane Ike last month.

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NINETY-EIGHT BALCONIES TO BE ADDED TO CARNIVAL SENSATION’S STATEROOMS DURING SCHEDULED DRY DOCK IN JANUARY 2009  New Balcony Staterooms Latest Addition to Carnival’s Popular ‘Evolutions of Fun’ Product Enhancement Initiative              MIAMI (October 15, 2008) – Carnival Cruise Lines will add balconies to 98 existing staterooms aboard the 2,052-passenger Carnival Sensation during a 35-day scheduled dry dock taking place in January 2009.

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            The 2,056-passenger Carnival Fantasy has resumed its popular four- and five-day cruise schedule from New Orleans following a 28-day dry dock that included the addition of an expansive new water park, exclusive adults-only area,  redesigned main pool and a new “Circle C” facility for 12-to 14-year-olds.  

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CARNIVAL FANTASY RETURNS TO SERVICE FROM NEW ORLEANS FOLLOWING EXTENSIVE ‘EVOLUTIONS OF FUN’ UPGRADES  New ‘Give Fun Back’ Campaign to Award Free ‘Fun Ship’ Cruises to Deserving New Orleans Area Residents            MIAMI (October 14, 2008) – The 2,056-passenger Carnival Fantasy has resumed its popular four- and five-day cruise schedule from New Orleans following a 28-day dry dock that included the addition of an expansive new water park, exclusive adults-only area,  redesigned main pool and a new “Circle C” facility for 12-to 14-year-olds.  

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