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]

Holland America Line Increases Popular 7-Day Southern Caribbean Sailings In 2008

SEATTLE, Nov. 14 — In 2008, Holland America Line doubles departures of its seven-day deep southern Caribbean itinerary, created for those seeking a week-long cruise to lesser visited Caribbean ports. In January the company will deploy ms Westerdam on seven cruises and ms Eurodam on a special New Year’s Eve cruise. The latter departure visits… [Continue Reading]

Holland America Line Marks 10th Anniversary of Half Moon Cay Private Island

SEATTLE, Nov. 9 — Holland America Line will mark the 10th anniversary of the opening of Half Moon Cay as a cruise ship port of call on Dec. 12 when the ms Amsterdam visits the premium line’s award-winning private Bahamian island.
In December 1996, Holland America Line purchased the uninhabited 2,400-acre island of Little San Salvador… [Continue Reading]