July 6, 2022

Carnival Luminosa Sign-Up Page Now Active for Guests to Become First-to-Know Ship News

As of today, Carnival Cruise Line fans can register to be the “first to know” about Carnival Luminosa’s itineraries and special sale promotions at www.carnival.com/carnivalluminosa. Costa Luminosa will join the Carnival fleet in September and will start guest operations as Carnival Luminosa™ in November 2022 from Brisbane, Australia. Carnival Luminosa will operate seasonally from October through…
June 28, 2022

Carnival Cruise Line Selects Fan Favorites to Lead the Fun Aboard Carnival Celebration

Lee Mason Named New Ship’s Cruise Director, Calvyn Martens to Serve as Entertainment Director Carnival Celebration will offer a long list of highly anticipated features taking cruise vacations to the next level, from her BOLT rollercoaster to her unique new zones and dining venues, and now guests have two more reasons to be excited about…
June 27, 2022

Guy Fieri Launches New Funderstruck Burger Across Carnival Fleet

Starting today, guests sailing on any Carnival Cruise Line ship can enjoy a new Funderstruck Nacho Burger created by chef, restaurateur and Carnival partner Guy Fieri. Available only at Guy’s Burger Joints across the Carnival fleet for a limited time, the Funderstruck Nacho Burger is comprised of a toasted brioche bun, the chef’s famed 80/20…
June 21, 2022

Antique Rolls Royce on Carnival Ecstasy Gets a New Home on Carnival Celebration

For three decades, an antique Rolls Royce has been sailing the high seas – on board Carnival Ecstasy. Now, the well-known fixture will continue its travels on Carnival Cruise Line’s next new ship, Carnival Celebration. The vintage car, a 1934 Rolls Royce Saloon, was carefully offloaded from Carnival Ecstasy while the ship was docked in…
June 15, 2022

Carnival Cruise Line Marks Next Step in Carnival Celebration’s Completion with Coin Ceremony

Marking another milestone toward the completion of Carnival Celebration, the second of Carnival Cruise Line’s new Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)-powered ships, a coin ceremony was held today at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland. The coin ceremony is a centuries-old custom in shipbuilding, symbolizing good fortune for the ship and its crew. Carnival Celebration’s Captain…
June 10, 2022

Carnival Freedom Returns to Service

Carnival Freedom's funnel technical repair is complete. Shown here in Grand Bahama, the ship returns to guest operations Saturday, June 11 from Port Canaveral, Fla. Carnival Freedom will depart from Port Canaveral Saturday at approximately 3:30 pm on a five-day cruise to Nassau, Princess Cays and Grand Turk. [embed]https://youtu.be/oPnQfjckBxU[/embed]

Carnival Cruise Line Returns to Dover, Begins Series of Sailings on Carnival Pride

For the first time in nearly a decade, Carnival Cruise Line set sail today from Dover, England on Carnival Pride’s inaugural departure from the port. Carnival Pride's departure today begins a nine-day journey visiting the Norwegian Fjords, with stops in Stavanger, Skjolden, Alesund, Molde and Bergen – and including scenic cruising through Nordfjord and Sognefjord.…
June 9, 2022

Carnival Helps Family Return to New Jersey

“Given Carnival’s close partnership with nonprofit KultureCity, our team has a deep understanding of the needs of individuals with sensory and invisible disabilities. When the organization contacted us about Elijah’s situation and we realized we could bring him back to the United States on one of our ships, we did not hesitate to offer help.…
June 7, 2022

Christine Duffy Named One of the Most Influential Leaders in Travel with eTSY Award by the eTourism Summit

Carnival Cruise Line President Christine Duffy has been named one of “The Most Influential Leaders in Travel” and honored with the eTSY award during the eTourism Summit hosted this week in Orlando. The eTSY award is based on Christine’s social influencer leadership on LinkedIn and an analysis of her high level of engagement with her…
June 3, 2022

Carnival Crew Brings 16 Stranded People to Safety on Mardi Gras

Carnival crew members onboard Mardi Gras spotted a small vessel in distress and stopped to help before 8 a.m. Friday morning as the ship headed toward Florida. Sixteen people, 11 men and five women, were stranded in the rough, open sea near Cuba. The Mardi Gras crew took them onboard for their safety. They were…