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Carnival Cruise Line Earns Three Travel Awards

Carnival Cruise Line Earns Three Travel Awards

Carnival Cruise Line was a big winner in Travel Weekly’s 2020 annual Readers’ Choice Awards, taking home top honors in three categories. Carnival Glory The line earned Best Domestic Cruise Line for the fifth year in a row, thanks to its wide range of three 

55-Year-Old Cruise Ship Heads For Scrapyard

55-Year-Old Cruise Ship Heads For Scrapyard

One of the last surviving ships from the days of ocean liners is on her final journey, heading for a scrapyard in India. The MS Marco Polo, which had an extraordinary 55-year useful life, most recently sailed for UK-based Cruise & Maritime Voyages until that 

Carnival Cruise Line Cancels All March 2021 Sailings

Carnival Cruise Line Cancels All March 2021 Sailings

Carnival Cruise Line announced on Wednesday morning that it will be canceling all scheduled March 2021 sailings. As of now, the hope is to resume regular voyages, on at least a few ships, beginning April 2021. Another Round of Cancellations It was almost exactly a 

Viking Announces Godmother of New Ocean Cruise Ship

Viking Announces Godmother of New Ocean Cruise Ship

Viking announced today the godmother of its seventh ocean ship, Viking Venus, which is scheduled to debut this spring. Revered British broadcaster and journalist Anne Diamond will be the godmother of the 930-passenger ship, which is now under final construction at Fincantieri’s shipyard in Ancona, 

9 Cruise Ships Scrapped in 2020

9 Cruise Ships Scrapped in 2020

The past ten months or so have been very sad for the cruise industry in every way — lost jobs, massive debt, canceled vacations, and the loss of ships. Nassau, Bahamas There’s no telling what this new year holds, but we have lots of hope 

9 Things to Do in Gibraltar During a Cruise

9 Things to Do in Gibraltar During a Cruise

Located on the southern tip of Spain, Gibraltar is a wholly unique and special British Overseas Territory. As a popular cruise port on Western Mediterranean itineraries, Gibraltar is a perfect stop for the day; small enough to see all the main sights but with enough 

History-Making Carnival Cruise Ship Ready to Be Scrapped

History-Making Carnival Cruise Ship Ready to Be Scrapped

Another former Carnival Cruise Line ship arrived at the scrapyard this week, bringing to an end the journey of what was once the Tropicale. How the Ship Changed Carnival Forever If the name doesn’t sound familiar, it’s probably because the ship hasn’t been a part 

Cruise Radio News Briefs | Week of December 27, 2020

Cruise Radio News Briefs | Week of December 27, 2020

Welcome to the Cruise Radio News Brief for the Week of December 27, 2020, where we bring you the latest cruise news, our weekly podcast, and recent YouTube videos. 1. Disney Cruise Line released details about its upcoming ship, Disney Wish. The ship’s iconic golden 

What You Need To Know

What You Need To Know

Miami is one of the most exciting, vibrant, and storied cities in the world. Visitors from all over flock to the city for cruise vacations, its beaches, cuisine, unique culture, and nightlife. In addition to being a world-class destination in its own right, Miami is 

The 2021 Cruise Story We Can’t Wait to Write

The 2021 Cruise Story We Can’t Wait to Write

Hard as it is to believe, even most die-hard cruisers haven’t been on a ship for nearly a year. For those who aren’t lucky enough to be able to set sail every year, it’s probably been even longer. The Long Road Back (Photo courtesy of