Posted on 23 June 2010 – Carnival Cruise Linesâ€™ newest ship, the 3,690-passenger Carnival Magic, will operate seven-day Caribbean cruises from Galveston beginning Nov. 14, 2011, becoming the largest cruise ship based at the port year-round. Additionally, the 2,758-passenger Carnival Triumph will reposition from New Orleans to Galveston to operate year-round four- and five-day… [Continue Reading]
MIAMI (April 1, 2009) â€“ Carnival Cruise Lines has launched â€œYour Choice Diningâ€ which provides a selection of three different dinner seating options for guests aboard the lineâ€™s 22-ship fleet. In addition to Early or Late assigned seating, the cruise line is rolling out â€œYour Timeâ€ open seating to accommodate individual guest preferences. Also, under… [Continue Reading]
New Four- and Five-Day Departures to Cabo San Lucas Added to Carnival Elationâ€™s Existing Schedule from San Diego
A new four- and five-day cruise option featuring day-long calls at Cabo San Lucas will be added to the Carnival Elationâ€™s existing schedule from San Diego in July 2009, complementing the shipâ€™s popular three- and four-day Baja program.
Carnival Elation â€“ which emerged from a multi-million-dollar renovation last week with a host of new features… [Continue Reading]
MIAMI, Oct 22 â€“ 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 Nov 1, 2008 following a temporary relocation of cruise operations due to Hurricane Ike last month. The 2,052-passenger Carnival Ecstasy will resume year-round 4- and 5-day cruises… [Continue Reading]
As a result of the closure of the Port of Galveston due to damage from Hurricane Ike, Carnival Cruise Linesâ€™ two Galveston-based ships, Carnival Conquest and Carnival Ecstasy, are scheduled to operate their regular cruise programs from the Port of Houstonâ€™s Bayport Cruise Terminal effective with this weekendâ€™s departures.
The 2,052-passenger Carnival Ecstasy will resume its… [Continue Reading]