CARNIVAL DESTINY TO UNDERGO DRAMATIC TRANSFORMATION DURING MASSIVE $155 MILLION REFIT IN EARLY 2013

Ship to be Renamed Carnival Sunshine and Operate Mediterranean Itineraries from April to October 2013 Followed by Launch of Year-Round Service from New Orleans  
Representing Carnival Cruise Lines’ most ambitious refit and transformation project ever, Carnival Destiny will undergo a $155 million makeover next year that will incorporate all of the line’s “Fun Ship 2.0”… [Continue Reading]

Captain Morgan on the Rocks?

Posted on 09 February 2011.
Half Moon Cay – the crescent-shaped private Bahamian island that is one of Carnival Cruise Lines’ most popular ports of call – now features a truly unique watering hole called Captain Morgan on the Rocks.
Inspired by the adventures of real-life privateer Captain Henry Morgan, the nautical-themed bar resembles a 101-foot-long… [Continue Reading]

Carnival Destiny to Undergo Dry Dock Next Month to Fix Propulsion Problem

MIAMI, Jan 26: Carnival Destiny will undergo a 7-day dry dock next month to resolve a propulsion problem. The issue is only affecting the vessel’s sailing speed and all other systems are operating normally. The dry dock will take place Feb. 13-20. Carnival is cancelling two cruises that were scheduled to take place during the… [Continue Reading]

Carnival Cruise Lines Introduces New Your Choice Dining Program

MIAMI (April 1, 2009) – Carnival Cruise Lines has launched “Your Choice Dining” which provides a selection of three different dinner seating options for guests aboard the line’s 22-ship fleet. In addition to Early or Late assigned seating, the cruise line is rolling out “Your Time” open seating to accommodate individual guest preferences. Also, under… [Continue Reading]

Grand Turk Cruise Center Expects Record 500,000 Passengers in 2009

With 229 cruise ship calls scheduled for 2009, including nearly 89 from Carnival Cruise Lines’ vessels, the Grand Turk Cruise Center (GTCC) is on track for hosting a record 500,000 passengers in the coming year. The unprecedented half-million passenger mark is a 25 percent increase over 2008, during which the GTCC was closed for… [Continue Reading]