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Second Carnival Corporation Ship Returns To Cruising in Europe

The second Carnival Corporation cruise ship, Costa Diadema, is returning to service on Saturday, another sign that slowly but sure, the industry is getting back on track. Costa Diadema is among the first of Carnival Corporation’s ships to return to service. (Photos courtesy of Costa 

Cruise Line Details How They Are Keep Guests Safe [VIDEO]

MSC Cruises has created a new video that showcases their new health and safety protocol onboard to keep passengers and crew protected in light of the current health crisis. (Photo courtesy MSC Cruises) The video was recorded on the line’s flagship MSC Grandiosa, which resumed 

Choosing the Right Ship, Cabin, and Itinerary

Choosing the Right Ship, Cabin, and Itinerary

Your grandmother probably told you an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, right? That’s an especially true sentiment when it comes to reducing your chances of experiencing motion sickness on a cruise. Previously we wrote about how to combat motion sickness on 

Carnival Honors Drink Package Discounts From Cancelled Cruises

Good news for Carnival Cruise Line guests who bought the CHEERS! drink package at a discounted rate for their now-cancelled sailings. Brand ambassador John Heald told his Facebook followers that when they book a new cruise, the company will still honor that discount. While most 

Virgin Voyages Announces Longer Caribbean Cruises

Virgin Voyages’ second ship, Valiant Lady, is currently scheduled to debut in May 2021. After sailing an initial summer season in the Mediterranean, she will head across the Atlantic to debut longer Caribbean voyages for the cruise line. Currently under construction at Fincantieri shipyard in 

Norwegian Sky 2020 Review + News

Norwegian Sky 2020 Review + News

A 2020 review of Norwegian Sky. This was a four-night cruise out of PortMiami that went to Nassau, Bahamas, and a scheduled stop at Great Stirrup Cay (which unfortunately was missed because of weather). (Photo courtesy of Norwegian Cruise Line) A new entertainment option was 

5 Reasons Carnival Selling Cruise Ships Is A Good Thing

Hard as it may be to believe, the news that Carnival Corporation is planning to sell more ships than they’d originally planned is likely to be a good thing. Yes, it means that the company will have fewer ships. That’s probably a little difficult to 

Set Sail Safely Act Introduced To Reopen Cruise Industry

On Wednesday afternoon, Florida Senators Rick Scott and Marco Rubio introduced a bill aimed to get cruise ships sailing again. An MSC Divina sail away from Miami is always picture perfect. The duo rolled out the Set Sail Safely Act, which would establish a Maritime 

How to Combat Motion Sickness on a Cruise

How to Combat Motion Sickness on a Cruise

First-time cruisers and travelers prone to motion sickness are always asking “Will a cruise make me seasick?” It’s important to remember that not all cruises will encounter rough seas, but it is smart to be prepared just in case, especially if you’ve experienced motion sickness 

Your Favorite Cruise Director Can Now Host At-Home Game Night

Former Carnival Cruise Line cruise director Kevin Noonan has teamed up with travel industry veteran Victoria Rossi, to create Majestic Circus, a live online entertainment experience that brings games right into participants’ living rooms. And many of the RingMasters are names that Norwegian and Carnival