Carnival Cruise Lines’ newest and largest ship, the 130,000-ton Carnival Dream, made its first-ever call at the new Mahogany Bay Cruise Center in Roatan yesterday as part of its inaugural seven-day Caribbean cruise from Port Canaveral, Fla., which departed on Saturday.
Nearly 300 fans of John Heald’s blog were aboard the new Carnival Dream last week for the third annual Bloggers Cruise which featured a number of exclusive events and activities hosted by the popular senior cruise director.
Carnival Cruise Lines’ fleetwide Spa Carnival facilities have been named ‘Best Cruise Ship Spas’ in American Spa Magazine’s annual Professional’s Choice Awards.
Carnival Hosts Nearly 100 Travel Agents Aboard Carnival Fantasy to Commemorate Ship's New Program from Mobile
To commemorate the Carnival Fantasy’s new four-, five- and seven-day cruise program from Mobile, Carnival Cruise Lines hosted a shipboard luncheon for nearly 100 local travel agents who also had an opportunity to tour the 2,056-passenger vessel and attend a presentation that provided an overview on recent happenings within the company.
Carnival Cruise Lines and the Port of Mobile held a reception aboard the 70,000-ton Carnival Fantasy this weekend to commemorate the ship’s new four-, five- and seven-day cruise schedule from Mobile. The 2,056-passenger Carnival Fantasy represents a capacity increase of 42 percent over the Holiday which inaugurated service from Mobile in 2004. The shipboard festivities included a traditional maritime plaque exchange between Carnival and city and port officials. In the photo at left, Carnival Fantasy Captain Roberto Costi (left) accepts a plaque from Mobile City Commissioner Fred Richardson (center) and Al Stokes, chief of staff of Mobile Mayor Sam Jones. In the photo at right, Costi (left) is presented with an etched, illuminated plaque of the Carnival Fantasy from the…
NEW 130,000-TON CARNIVAL DREAM LAUNCHES YEAR-ROUND SERVICE ROM PORT CANAVERAL TODAY Line to Carry Record 450,000 Guests Annually from Port Canaveral MIAMI (December 3, 2009) – Later this afternoon, Carnival Cruise Lines’ 130,000-ton Carnival Dream, the line’s newest and largest “Fun Ship,” will depart on its inaugural cruise from Port Canaveral, Fla., kicking off its year-round Caribbean cruise schedule from that port.
Later this afternoon, Carnival Cruise Lines’ 130,000-ton Carnival Dream, the line’s newest and largest “Fun Ship,” will depart on its inaugural cruise from Port Canaveral, Fla., kicking off its year-round Caribbean cruise schedule from that port.
The 2,974-passenger Carnival Valor is one of several ships that have docked at the new $62 million Mahogany Bay Cruise Center at Roatan in the Bay Islands since its official grand opening earlier this week.
Carnival Corporation & plc has reached an agreement with Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri to construct a 130,000-ton cruise ship for its Carnival Cruise Lines brand, scheduled to enter service in spring 2012.