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Girl dies after falling 'about 20 feet' from deck on Carnival cruise ship docked in Miami

Police are investigating the death of a child who fell on a Carnival cruise ship Saturday shortly after it arrived in Miami.

About 8:15 a.m. Saturday, an 8-year-old girl on board the Carnival Glory fell from a deck in the ship’s interior atrium to the lower deck, according to the Miami-Dade Police Department. 303 more words

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Royal Caribbean Cruises to buy Adonia from P&O Cruises

Azamara Club Cruises is to buy P&O Cruises’ ship Adonia, taking its fleet to three ships.

The 30,000-ton ship will join Royal Caribbean Cruises’ upmarket Azamara fleet in March 2018. 377 more words

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Carnival Announces Digital Streaming Channel

PHOTO: A Carnival Cruise Line ship in Galveston Harbor. (photo via Flickr/Jerry and Pat Donaho)

The Carnival Corporation announced Monday it is launching the world’s first over-the-top digital streaming channel from a travel provider. 358 more words

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Carnival Pledging Donations For Hurricane Irma Recovery Efforts

In partnership between Carnival Corporation, Miami Heat Charitable Fund and the Micky and Madeleine Arison Family Foundation, upto $10m has been pledged in funding and in-kind support and aid for rebuilding efforts in Florida and the Caribbean after the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma. 768 more words

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Keel Laying Takes Place For AIDAnova

The first block of Aida Cruises new Helios class generation of cruise ships. AIDAnova was laid at Meyer Werft’s Papenburg yard in Germany, yesterday 6th September. 332 more words

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AIDAnova Keel Laid

AIDANova has had her Keel Laid at Meyer Werft Germany.

Carnival Corporation marked the official start of construction for a total of seven cruise ships that will be fully powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) with today’s keel laying of the AIDAnova at Meyer Werft in Germany. 308 more words

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Carnival TV Series Renewed for a Second Season

The Voyager with Josh Garcia (photo courtesy of Carnival Corporation)

 

Three of Carnival Corp.’s travel television series have been extended for a second season ABC and NBC stations. 565 more words

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