Life in the time of COVID-19 with Carnival’s Eli Sharplin
Such is the dedication of Travel Weekly’s editor, he interrupted a kiss between Carnival Spirit’s resident cruise director and his fiancée just to do this interview.
Carnival is selling its very own cruise-themed Monopoly game
Unfortunately, even the mere mention of Monopoly is banned in the Travel Weekly office after “the incident”.
Carnival Cruise Line extends US pause, as Canadian port closures spark Seabourn, Princess and HAL cancellations
Canada’s obnoxiously handsome PM, Justin Trudeau, has chucked a spanner in the works for cruise fanatics over on that side of the globe.
Carnival Cruise Line and P&O cancel Aussie sailings, as Costa Cruises readies for restart
by Huntley Mitchell
This story is a bit like a pair of mismatched socks, in that it contains both good news and bad news.
Carnival to ditch 19 ships, as company posts $2.8 billion quarterly loss
Carnival Corporation has added another ship to the pile of vessels that it will offload in order to stay afloat beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
New role for Jan Swartz as part of Carnival’s mass exec leadership changes
Princess Cruises’ leading lady has climbed Carnival’s leadership ladder once more.
Carnival-owned cruise lines suspend select sailings until November 2021
Another day, another cruise pause update from your trusty buddies at Travel Weekly. You can thank us by sending cupcakes and a bottle of vodka.
Carnival slapped with additional environmental requirements before return to sail
The company has been ordered to prove it is adhering to the requirements relating to past charges against a subsidiary, which was convicted for discharging oily waste in 2016.
Carnival cruise ship rescues 24 people off the coast of Florida
Just because most of the world’s cruise ships are currently out of action doesn’t mean they can’t perform a good deed every now and again.
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