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A New Hire at Carnival’s Fathom Brand

“Social-impact” brand adds another executive By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Fathom, Carnival Cruise Line’s new “social-impact” cruise brand, has appointed cruise industry veteran Michelle Sutter as a senior sales leader. Sutter will take on responsibilities of marketing and business development […]

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Carnival Expanding Shore Offerings

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Carnival Cruise Line is expanding its shore excursion offerings, with new exclusive landside experiences, customized private tours and additional enhancements for families, the company said this week. With these additions, Carnival now offers nearly 1,200 […]

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Carnival Gets Approval to Launch Cruises to Cuba

Above: the MV Adonia By Alexander Britell MIAMI — Carnival Corporation is heading to Cuba. The cruise ship giant will become the first US-based cruise line to sail to Cuba, following approval by the US Department of the Treasury and […]

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Carnival Repositioning Two Cruise Ships

Above: Carnival Magic By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Carnival Cruise Line has announced two deployment changes intended to bolster its position in the homeports of Galveston, Texas and Port Canaveral, Fla. The repositioning is effective in 2016; Carnival Magic will […]


What Will Carnival’s New Vista Ship Look Like?

Above: Carnival Vista By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival Cruise Line has released the first video tour of its upcoming Carnival Vista ship. The video includes an indoor-outdoor tour of the ship, which is slated to debut in Europe in […]


Tobago Eyes Creativity to Compete in Caribbean Cruise Industry

Above: Tobago (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Tobago is looking to step up its competitiveness in the cruise ship market, according to Oscar Brathwaite, administrator of the island’s division of tourism and transportation. While the island’s location to […]

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Carnival Adding New Cruises From San Juan, Puerto Rico

Above: Carnival Victory By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival is repositioning its Victory cruise ship to San Juan, the company announced Tuesday. The company will be offering week-long southern Caribbean cruises on Victory beginning Nov. 6, 2016, according to a […]


Carnival Planning Fleet Expansion

Above: a Carnival ship By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival is planning a new fleet expansion. Carnival Corporation announced Thursday that it had signed two memoranda of agreement to add a total of nine new cruise ships to the country’s […]


More on Carnival’s Tobago Plans

Above: Tobago (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival Cruise Lines has already announced its plans to visit Tobago next year, and now the company has revealed more information on its schedule. The cruise line will begin visiting Tobago […]

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Carnival’s Dominica Return

Above: Carnival Triumph in Dominica The Carnival Triumph made its first-ever call to Dominica this week. This was the 2,754-passenger Triumph’s only scheduled call to Dominica during the 2014/2015 season. “The relationship between Carnival Cruise Lines and Dominica began in […]


Carnival Uses John F Kennedy's America's Cup Speech for Super Bowl Commercial

Above: Carnival’s “Come Back to the Sea” ad By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival Corporation looked to an unlikely spokesman for its Super Bowl ad on Sunday: former United States President John F Kennedy. The global cruise company’s Super Bowl […]


Carnival’s Micky Arison to Chair Executive Committee at FCAA

Above: Carnival Corporation & plc Chairman Micky Arison (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival Corporation & plc Chairman Micky Arison has been appointed as the new executive committee chairman of the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association. Arison takes over from […]


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