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Caribbean Facts and Figures

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Tourist count

Roughly two million tourists visit the Caribbean Islands per year.

World’s top cruise destination

The Caribbean accounts for nearly half of the industry’s passenger count. 447 more words

Royal Caribbean

For cruise lines, weddings mean varying locales, regulations

A bridal couple aboard the MSC Divina.

In 1998, Princess Cruises introduced weddings at sea to the cruise industry, with the captain tying the knot aboard the Grand Princess. 581 more words

Norwegian Cruise Line

Black History Maker Arnold Donald

After a board member from the world’s largest cruise company called Arnold Donald to say that then-Chairman and CEO Micky Arison — son of the company’s founder — wanted him to take the job of president and CEO, Donald had to mull it over for a couple days.  138 more words

National

Smooth Sailing for Arnold Donald, Carnival Cruise Lines' First Black CEO

MIAMI – Arnold Donald has swag. Not the phony suburban swag, but that old-school, down-home New Orleans Black neighborhood kind of swag that signals the confident chief executive strolling into the board room is clearly in charge. 1,349 more words

Originals

Martina McBride Joins Cruise Line To Honor Military Families

On Saturday, February 14, 2015, Carnival Cruise Line and Operation Homefront partnered together to welcome a new ship to the Carnival fleet and honor United States Military families. 205 more words

Features

Carnival Cruise Lines vs Disney Cruise Lines: Staterooms

At the end of last month, I had the opportunity to take a Carnival cruise from New Orleans to Cozumel.  Now, I know we normally talk about Disney on this blog so I thought we could compare Disney Cruise Lines to Carnival Cruise Lines just a bit. 473 more words

Fall In Love On The High Seas This Valentine's Day

With sunset views over the ocean and ever-changing scenery, a cruise offers some of the most romantic holiday experiences around. From private dining with personal butler service to a delicious buffet of oysters, and champagne, or a meal at Alan Ducasse’s Michelin-starred restaurant in Provence, today’s cruise lines take pride in ensuring that every guest leaves their ship with everlasting memories. 604 more words

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