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, 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]
MIAMI, January 14, 2008 – Everything is bigger in Texas and the next biggest thing in the Lone Star State is Royal Caribbean International’s Voyager of the Seas. The largest cruise ship ever to be based in the Gulf Coast and to sail from the Port of Galveston, Voyager will sail seven-night itineraries visiting the… [Continue Reading]