Carnival Cruise Lines Treats Baltimoreans to a Full Day of Fun

BALTIMORE – (March 12, 2009) — Looking for a fun time? The Inner Harbor is the place to be on April 25th from 10:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. when Fun City: Baltimore, sails into town. The event is compliments of Carnival Cruise Lines and will raise funds for Maryland Special Olympics. A full schedule of… [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]

Carnival Liberty to Operate Year-Round Seven-Day Cruises From Miami Beginning April 2009; Introduction of Year-Round Cruises From Baltimore on Carnival Pride Moved Up to Spring

Carnival Cruise Lines has announced that its Miami-based Carnival Liberty, which was originally scheduled to reposition to Europe in May 2009, will instead remain in Miami to operate year-round Caribbean cruises.
The Carnival Liberty will continue to offer its existing schedule of seven-day Caribbean cruises through next spring and then introduce a new seven-day program from… [Continue Reading]

Carnival Cruise Lines Earns Best Contemporary Cruise Line Honors in TravelAge West’s WAVE Awards

MIAMI (June 16, 2008) – Carnival Cruise Lines was named the “top contemporary cruise line” at the recent WAVE (Western Agents Votes of Excellence) Awards presented by TravelAge West Magazine.
The annual awards, which recognize travel companies in a wide range of product- and service-related categories, are based on feedback from TravelAge West readers, which include… [Continue Reading]

Carnival Cruise Lines to Introduce Baltimore’s First Year-Round Cruise Program in September 2009

MIAMI (June 5, 2008) — Carnival Cruise Lines, the world’s largest cruise operator, will launch the first year-round cruise program from the Port of Baltimore with seven-day cruises aboard the 2,124-passenger Carnival Pride beginning in fall 2009.
The new program kicks off September 13, 2009, and encompasses two different weeklong itineraries departing Sundays from the historic… [Continue Reading]