Carnival Opens Reservation on Thousands of Sailings: Daily Cruise Links for Feb. 12, 2016
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Carnival Cruise Line Opens Reservations for More than 3,500 Sailings Departing Through April 2018 Carnival Cruise Line is now taking reservations on all of its itineraries fleet-wide, including the new Carnival Vista, through April 2018.
Brand New Calls In Chile, Peru and Guatemala Set for Crystal 2017 World Cruise Crystal Cruises’ 22nd annual World Cruise will feature a total of four new ports in 2017 as part of its Southern Celebración sailing.
Oceania Introduces New Dessert Pastries In partnership with Master Pastry Chef Christophe Menard, Oceania Cruises is developing new pastries.
Choose Two Free Offers with Norwegian’s Free at Sea Norwegian Cruise Line will offer double free perks to guests reserving an oceanview, balcony or minisuite stateroom from February 13-29, 2016.
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Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has released its cruisExcellence 2016 schedule starting on Feb. 27 in Orlando, FL.
Costa Cruises is preparing for Valentine’s Day with couples activities, shopping, massages and soft-light dinners.
Trey Hickey has been promoted to senior vice president, international sales for Princess Cruises.
In Cruise Critic’s Sixth Annual Cruisers Choice Awards, Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Freedom was named best value for the money, and Windstar Cruises took the crown of best service.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries‘ president and CEO Shunichi Miyanaga comments on and explains its AIDA Cruises ship delays.
AIDA Cruises is collaborating with German TV chef Tim Mälzer to craft special culinary experiences on its fleet of ships in the future.