Carnival Panorama was delivered last week and is now crossing the Atlantic on its month-long positioning journey to Long Beach, and word comes that Carnival has been keeping one of the ship's new features a secret.
Carnival Kitchen, a complete kitchen and dining facility, will offer Carnival Panorama's passengers more than 15 onboard cooking classes.
The complete article appeared in the November 14 issue of Cruise News Daily.
In case you've missed Oasis of the Seas, it's been hiding out in a dry dock in (Cadiz) Spain for almost two months getting updated - or “amplified” as Royal Caribbean calls it by some 2,700 contractors who have been working hard aboard the ship. The work is touching almost every space on the ship over its 63 days out of service, and the “amplification” will make the 10year-old ship seem new again.
The complete story appeared in the November 12 edition of Cruise News Daily.