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Carnival Planning First-Ever Cruises from San Francisco

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By the Caribbean Journal staff The California cruise market is heating up — and one major player is leading the way. Carnival Cruise Line is continuing its California expansion with plans to operate its first-ever cruises from San Francisco. That will […]

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Princess Cruises Adding More Mexico Sailings

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Princess Cruises is set to bring its Royal Princess cruise ship to the Port of Los Angeles. Beginning March 23, the 3,560-passenger ship will homeport in Los Angeles, following a renovation project that added new […]

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Windstar Returns to Barbuda

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By Dana Niland CJ Contributor In a very important step for the island’s post-Irma recovery, Barbuda has welcomed back luxury cruise line Windstar. Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Officials celebrated the recent anchoring of Windstar’s Wind Surf, which comes less than one […]

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Celebrity Edge Arrives at Port Everglades

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By the Caribbean Journal staff What just might be the most anticipated cruise ship of 2018 has officially arrived at its new homeport in Florida. Celebrity Cruises’ new Celebrity Edge ship has arrived at Port Everglades’ Terminal 25 following its […]


Celebrity Edge Set to Debut in Fort Lauderdale

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By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The highly-anticipated new Celebrity Edge ship is set to arrive at her new home in Fort Lauderdale’s Port Everglades cruise port on Monday, Nov. 19. Celebrity Cruises’ newest ship will join the company’s fleet on […]


Windstar Cruises Planning $250 Million Fleet Upgrade

By the Caribbean Journal staff Small-ship cruise line Windstar Cruises is planning a new $250 million fleet upgrade project, the company said. The multi-year “Star Plus Initiative” will “impact and enhance” all aspects of the experience on the brand’s Star-Class […]

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Carnival Is Planning Its First-Ever New York-Cuba Cruises

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival Cruise Line is planning to launch its first-ever cruises from New York to Cuba in 2020. The Carnival Radiance cruise ship will undertake the first voyages from New York as part of a wider […]


Shaquille O’Neal Expanding “Big Chicken” to Carnival Cruises

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Hall of Fame basketball player Shaquille O’Neal is expanding his “Big Chicken” restaurant to Carnival cruise ships. O’Neal, who serves as Carnival’s “Chief Fun Officer,” is launching the first seagoing version of his :as Vegas-based […]


Princess Cruises Launches New Caribbean Sailings

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By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Princess Cruises will continue to offer year-round Caribbean cruises from Florida in 2020, the company said this week. The April through July 2020 summer season will feature 15 cruise departures roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale, visiting […]

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Celebrity Takes Delivery of New Cruise Ship

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Celebrity Cruises has taken delivery of its newest cruise ship, Celebrity Edge, the company said. The new ship, which was welcomed in the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France, is the product of four years of […]


Seadream’s New Boutique Caribbean Cruises

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Boutique cruise line Seadream Yacht Club has big plans for its 2020 season in the Caribbean. The line will kick off that year in the Caribbean, including more calls in Cuba and the addition of […]


MSC’s New Cuba Cruises

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By the Caribbean Journal staff MSC Cruises is bringing its MSC Armonia cruise ship to Miami, with plans to launch a new series of itineraries that include stops in Cuba. Beginning Dec. 10, the Armonia will sail seven-night voyages in […]


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