Debuts in Europe before Arriving in New York, Then on to Port Canaveral
Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL;NYSE: CUK) yesterday announced it will launch four new cruise ships in 2019 across three of its leading global brands Carnival Cruise Line, America's Cruise Line; Costa Cruises, the largest European cruise operator; and Princess Cruises, the world's largest international premium cruise line.
Oasis will be the first ship in her class and the world's largest to sail from the Northeast. For the first time since 2015, Anthem of the Seas will return to the U.K. to sail alongside Independence of the Seas, marking the cruise line's biggest presence in the region to-date.
In a nod to Carnival Cruise Line's rich history as America's Cruise Line, the line announced today that it will name its new XL-class ship to be delivered in 2020 Mardi Gras, bringing back to the fleet the name of the first Carnival Cruise Line ship that entered service in 1972 and started the wave of cruise vacation popularity in the United States.
Cruise line curates 122 local tours for guests to visit locals homes, farms, workplaces, markets and studios across the world
Mareel will launch exclusively on board the newly-refurbished Queen Elizabeth this December 2018, closely followed by Queen Victoria and on flagship liner Queen Mary 2 in November 2020.
Opened in 2016, the terminal accommodates next-generation 'green' cruise ships – and in December will welcome AIDAnova, from corporation's Germany-based AIDA Cruises brand, as world's first cruise ship that can be powered by LNG in port and at sea
New Pinnacle Class ship embodies the company's ongoing evolution and launches new onboard programming
In another first for Barbuda, Antigua's sister island, has welcomed luxury cruise line Windstar back to Barbuda; the first cruise line to return to the island following Hurricane Irma.
Companys Newest Ship to Feature Enhanced Race Track, Laser Tag Arena and Virtual Reality Complex