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Carnival Corp. to build second cruise terminal in Barcelona

Norwegian Jade in Barcelona.

Carnival Corp. has received approval to build and operate a second private cruise terminal in Barcelona, Europe’s busiest cruise port.

The cruise company said it will spend more than 30 million euros (about $33 million) on the project. 112 more words

Carnival Cruise

Carnival Cruise Lines

Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated with this company. This post is for educational purposes only.

The Social Advantage

I find that there are many windows of opportunity for companies that use social media to their advantage. 1,111 more words


Carnival Must Upgrade Ships, Pay $350K After Disability Violations

Ships operated by the world’s largest cruise provider are about to become more easily accessible for passengers with disabilities, as Carnival Corp. and the Department of Justice reached an agreement to resolve an investigation into complaints that the cruise line failed to adequately provide accommodations for those with disabilities.  274 more words

Caribbean Cruise Recap

Jordan and I make taking an annual vacation a priority. Instead of exchanging birthday/anniversary/Christmas gifts, we stow away money for a trip each year. Usually, we try to see at least one national park on our trip, but this year, we decided to mix things up and try a cruise. 1,600 more words


Pack your fleece and cruise wild Alaska

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — A trip to Alaska to view the wild scenes and majestic grandeur is a popular bucket list item, but travelers must be prepared to turn in summer shorts and tropical destinations for winter wear and dreary weather. 80 more words


Cruise to Cuba? #CBS4

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Doral-based Carnival Corp. has announced that it has received permission from the U.S. government to operate cruises to Cuba as a cultural exchange program provider. 63 more words


Carnival could set sail to Cuba next year

NEW YORK — Carnival Corporation is gearing up to cruise to Cuba.

The company received U.S. government approval to travel to Cuba, but still needs approval from the island nation. 168 more words