New Balcony Staterooms To Be Added On Three Carnival ‘Fun Ships’

Underscoring the tremendous popularity of its balcony staterooms, Carnival Cruise Lines will add balconies to a number of cabins on three ships during upcoming dry docks over the next few months.
Staterooms on the Carnival Destiny, Carnival Triumph and Carnival Liberty that currently feature floor-to-ceiling windows will be retrofitted with private balconies, creating a total of… [Continue Reading]

Carnival Destiny Launches New Four and Five Day Cruise Schedule From Miami Saturday, Sept. 27

When the 2,642-passenger Carnival Destiny begins a new schedule of four- and five-day cruises from Miami on Saturday, Sept. 27, it will not only provide consumers with an exciting new “Fun Ship” vacation option but will also be the largest ship to be deployed year-round on short cruise itineraries.
Additionally, the Carnival Destiny offers nearly 500… [Continue Reading]

Carnival Cruise Lines To Operate First-Ever Quebec Voyages Aboard 102,000-Ton Carnival Triumph In 2009

For guests seeking a unique cruise alternative with opportunities to view magnificent scenery and wildlife and visit three charming cities along the historic St. Lawrence River, Carnival Cruise Lines will operate a series of nine-day voyages to Quebec aboard the 102,000-ton Carnival Triumph in summer 2009.
The cruises will operate round-trip from New York… [Continue Reading]

Carnival Cruise Lines to Expand Capacity in New Orleans by 34 Percent With Deployment of Carnival Triumph in Nov. 2009

Carnival Cruise Lines – which operates the only year-round cruise program from New Orleans – will increase capacity by 34 percent when the 2,758-passenger Carnival Triumph replaces the 2,056-passenger Carnival Fantasy from the Big Easy in November 2009.
In addition to providing an exciting new “Fun Ship” cruise option from New Orleans, Carnival Triumph will introduce… [Continue Reading]

Carnival to Expand ‘Seaside Theatre’ Concept to Additional ‘Fun Ships’

MIAMI, July 16 – “Carnival’s Seaside Theatres” — jumbo-sized LED screens currently featured poolside on five Carnival “Fun Ships,” including the new 113,300-ton Carnival Splendor which debuted earlier this month –- will be expanded to an additional five vessels over the next year. The massive 270-square-foot screens display a variety of programming, including movies, concerts,… [Continue Reading]