Almost 75pc of Carnival’s fleet to be operational by end of 2021
The world’s largest cruise company is gradually getting some meat back on its bones, but it won’t quite have that pre-pandemic girth by the end of the year.
Carnival Cruise Line to grow fleet, adding two ships from European sister lines
The cruise line is refusing to let travel ban extensions slow it down, announcing plans to grow its fleet by two more ships by 2023.
Cruise Wrap: Aussies keen on Euro cruises, New CLIA training, Antarctica cancellations + MORE
This week’s Cruise Wrap is brought to you by three shots of espresso, half a pack to Tim Tams and plenty of cuddles with the office dog.
Cruise Wrap: Hurtigruten’s return to sailing, Creative Cruising’s white-label offer + MORE
Grab a cocktail put on your favourite Hawaiian shirt, because your Wednesday is about to get a whole lot more cruise-y with this wrap.
Cruise Wrap: CLIA offers training to non-members, more lines extend pause in operations + MORE
Travel Weekly staff dread Cruise Wrap days because they usually result in our deputy editor singing Enya’s “Orinoco Flow”, until we lock her in a cupboard.
Cruise wrap: AIDA’s low-emission ships, P&O guests save lives + more!
In this week’s cruise wrap, one cruise line is making strides toward cutting emissions, while another has been on the receiving end of a prestigious French award. Ooh la la!
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