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Will Carnival Meet 2020 Sustainability Goals?

Carnival Corporation released its 2015 sustainability report Thursday, revealing the progress it made over the course of last year as it works toward reaching its 10 sustainability performance goals for the end of the decade. 220 more words

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From Tim McGraw to 'Frozen': New shows set sail aboard cruise ships this fall

From a Disney Frozen cruise to country star Tim McGraw, cruise lines are pulling out all the stops to get more folks to book cruising holidays this fall and winter. 360 more words


Carnival Corp.’s profit skyrockets in ‘remarkable’ Q2

The launch of Holland America’s Koningsdam was one of Carnival Corp.’s second-quarter highlights.

Driven by higher ticket prices and fuller ships, Carnival Corp. had net income of $605 million in the second quarter, up from $222 million a year earlier. 328 more words

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Could LNG controls spell trouble ahead for Aida Cruises?

AidaPrima refueling in Hamburg

Aida Cruises faces LNG challenges due to local restrictions and regulations. Its LNG-fuelled AidaPrima cannot receive this fuel at Rotterdam port, while the LNG-power supply barge used by  397 more words

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Holland America's next ship to be called Nieuw Statendam

Nieuw Koningsdam

Holland America Line said its next ship due in 2018 will be named Nieuw Statendam.

HAL officials made the disclosure at the Rotterdam christening ceremony of its latest ship, Koningsdam. 43 more words

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Carnival Corporation chief backs UK trade push

The chief executive of Carnival Corporation has backed his UK team to develop relations with the trade, but urged agents to speak out if they were unhappy with the cruise giant’s strategy. 233 more words

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Making waves in Cuba: First American cruise ship in nearly four decades arrives in Havana

HAVANA — The first U.S. cruise ship in nearly 40 years crossed the Florida Straits from Miami and docked in Havana on Monday, restarting commercial travel on waters that served as a stage for a half-century of Cold War hostility. 930 more words