We use cookies to improve your experience on our website. By browsing this website, you agree to our use of cookies.

Disclosure: This article may contain affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, we will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase.

Cruise Travel

Carnival partners with PepsiCo

Carnival partners with PepsiCo

Beginning in January 2020, Carnival Cruise Line will begin serving a variety of beverages from the PepsiCo portfolio featuring premier brands from Starbucks ready to drink coffee to fast-growing bubbly sparkling water.

MSC Cruises' largest ship is in Miami

MSC Cruises' largest ship comes to Miami

MSC Meraviglia is MSC Cruises' largest ship to come to North America. She debuted in North America last month and, on Sunday, November 10, made her inaugural visit to Miami, her new homeport for her first winter season in the region.


Princess Cruises extends loyalty program to children and youths

Princess Cruises will extend its award-winning Captain’s Circle Loyalty program to guests of all ages by rewarding their loyal younger guests with privileges that are enjoyed only by adult members. Previously, only guests who are 18 years or older, were eligible to be members. 

Carnival Panorama

Carnival Cruise Line Welcomes Carnival Panorama

Carnival Cruise Line officially welcomes its 27th ship and the third vessel in the popular Vista class.  Carnival Panorama will now head to Long Beach, Calif. for its naming ceremony and inaugural sailing in December.

Princess cruises at Sydney

“Australia’s cruise industry paves way for mass expansion”

Traveling by sea throughout Australia is becoming popular cruise operators are increasingly joining forces to offer ‘bite-sized’ breaks along the coast for the domestic travelers, says GlobalData, a leading data, and analytics company that released a market insight report for Australia.

Carnival Cruise Line To Add Fourth Ship In Galveston

Carnival Cruise Line To Be No. 1 Cruise Operator in Galveston

Carnival Cruise Line will have four ships homeported in Galveston, year-round, beginning in 2021. With these four ships, Carnival Cruise Line will carry an estimated 900,000 guests annually from Galveston – more than any other cruise operator – on 235 five- to 14-day sailings a year.



Most Popular in 2020