US Navy personnel is no stranger to being on ships at sea, but Carnival got a chance to show a group of 40 Navy sea cadets how Carnival does things on their big ships when a group visited Carnival Liberty at Port Canaveral last month.
Details appeared in the January 3 edition of Cruise News Daily.
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When passengers aboard Carnival Cruise Line awoke yesterday, a hangover from New Year's Eve was only the first headache they had. The second happened when they ordered room service. Carnival now charges for everything from room service, except a continental breakfast.
At just about the point where everyone has realized they have to routinely include an amount in their cruise budget for specialty restaurants, Carnival customers are going to have to include an amount for room service.
The complete story appeared in the January 2 issue of Cruise News Daily.
If California hadn't thought about Carnival Cruise Line before, they are now, and will be for at least the next month.
It kicked off with Carnival's big, flower-covered float rolling down Colorado Blvd in Pasadena, a replica of Carnival Panorama, with representations of the “fun” things the ship will offer: a band playing “Uptown Funk,” a deck party, even people doing flips on the trampoline representing the ship's trampoline park. Of course it came with a huge “Choose Fun” bumper sticker (made out of flowers) stuck to the float's rear bumper.
Details appeared in the January 2 issue of Cruise News Daily.
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The Carnival AirShip is ready to debut in the skies over California beginning tomorrow, January 1, for the Rose Parade. It will remain in California throughout January promoting Carnival Panorama's debut at Long Beach in December 2019.
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