Carnival Cruise Line has revealed more details about some of the stateroom designs which will be found on board its brand new flagship, Mardi Gras, launching in August 2020.
The new staterooms has been designed to be ergonomically-friendly, maximizing visual space, clean lines, surfaces and storage space.
Cunard has introduced a new dining concept across its fleet of three ships. The new concept, ‘Steakhouse at the Verandah’ was trialed aboard the company’s flagship, Queen Mary 2 but has now been introduced on board Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth.
The ships’ teams of chefs have curated a menu which takes influence from both sides of the Atlantic, showcasing Prime USDA grain finished New York Strip steak, Maine lobster and Alaskan king crab, as well as dishes celebrating British provenance such as Scotch grass fed dry aged beef and Salt Marsh lamb rack. The new menu also features offerings from other destinations further away such as renowned Wagyu Beef from Australia also feature.
For the first time ever, Royal Caribbean International will offer cruises from Cape Liberty, New Jersey on one of its Oasis Class cruise ships.
Oasis of the Seas will spend summer 2020 sailing from Cape Liberty, New Jersey. The ship will offer cruise in duration of four to seven-nights, including cruise itineraries to the Caribbean and Canada.
Carnival Cruise Line has announced the name of the first XL-class ships due to be delivered in 2020. The 180,000 gross tonne ship will be named Carnival Mardi Gras.
Carnival Cruise Line revealed the name for its new flagship on the population game show Wheel of Fortune, which was broadcast nationwide across the United States.
On 28 November 2018, Norwegian Cruise Line held an unforgettable keel laying ceremony for its newest ship, Norwegian Encore at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.
The cruise line also revealed further details the award-winning entertainment line-up and leading recreational amenities which will debut on board the new ship.
On 15 November 2018, Meyer Turku started production of the first 180,000 gross tonne cruise ship for Carnival Cruise Line.
The new ship will be the largest ever built for the cruise line and the first cruise ship based in North America to run on Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG).
Carnival Cruise Line’s newest ship the 133,500 gross tonne Carnival Horizon was christened in New York City on 23 May 2018 during an overnight gala event held on board the ship.
Carnival Horizon was named by its Godmother the Grammy award-winning music artist and acclaimed actress Queen Latifah.
Construction of a brand new dedicated cruise terminal for Norwegian Cruise Line at PortMiami started on 01 May 2018.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held just days earlier on 26 April 2018, with senior executive from Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. present.
Carnival Cruise Line’s newest cruise ship, the 133,500 gross tonne Carnival Horizon set sail on its maiden voyage from Barcelona, Spain on 03 April 2018.
The 13-night Mediterranean cruise will visit Livorno, Florence-Pisa, Italy - Civitavecchia, Rome, Italy - Naples, Italy - Dubrovnik, Croatia - Corfu Island, Kerkyra, Greece - Messina, Taormina, Sicily, Italy - Valletta, Malta and Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy before arriving back to Barcelona on 15 April.
Carnival Cruise Line took delivery of the brand new 133,500 gross tonne Carnival Horizon on 28 March 2018 at the Fincanteri shipyard in Italy.
Carnival Horizon is the 26th cruise ship in the Carnival Cruise Line fleet and a sister ship to Carnival Vista which launched in 2016.