Carnival Cruise Line will be expanding capacity with a wide range of itineraries on Carnival Splendor and Carnival Miracle
Carnival Cruise Line has announced a stunning 14-day round-trip Alaskan cruise which will be departing Long Beach, California in September 2017
Cruise Hive has been informed of some terrible news coming from the Carnival Miracle.
Carnival Cruise line has announced that it will be sending two cruise ship to China where they will sail year round. The 88,500 gross ton Carnival Miracle will begin sailing from China in 2017 and The 113,000 gross ton Carnival Splendor will begin in 2018.
There has been violence in the popular cruise destination of Puerto Vallarta on the mexican west coast. As a result several cruise ships will be skipping the port of call.
Carnival Cruise Line has announced that one of it;s Spirit class cruise ships the Carnival Magic will undergo a refurbishment this March 2015.
Carnival Cruises will be expanding some of its ships itineraries in 2015 rather than the usual weekly voyages. There will be 10 – 14-day cruises offered on six ships in the Carnival fleet.
The Spirit class ship, Carnival Miracle will be delivering some much needed Hurricane relief supplies after Hurricane Odile hit cruise destinations in the Mexican Riviera region back in September.
Carnival Cruise Lines has announced some changes to Spirit class vessels for the cruise lines West Coats operations. Carnival Miracle will sail all year round seven-day sailings from Long Beach California. the ship will sail the Mexican Riviera from October 2014. Another Spirit class ship the Carnival Legend will sail
It’s being reported that the Carnival Miracle has been having “technical issues” with the ships propulsion and as a result Carnival Cruise Lines have had to change future itineraries. The ship has been unable to cruise at its maximum of 21 knots which is reducing the ships speed. 15 future