Two Massive Cruise Ships to Homeport at Port Canaveral

MS_Oasis_of_the_Seas_SternTwo of the world’s largest cruise ships have arrived at their new homeport, Port Canaveral.

Norwegian Cruise Line’s massive Norwegian Epic with a capacity of 4,100 people joined another behemoth, the 7-passenger mega-cruise ship Oasis of the Seas over the weekend. Oasis had just started its first sailings from Port Canaveral. The ship arrived at the port a week earlier.

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Final Preparations for the Arrival of Oasis of the Seas at Port Canaveral


MS_Oasis_of_the_Seas_SternRoyal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas will relocate to its new home at Port Canaveral. 

Royal Caribbean’s 225,000-ton Oasis of the Seas, flag ship of the world’s largest class of cruise vessels, will sail into Port Canaveral on Saturday, November 5, and will berth at Cruise Terminal 1 for the winter 2016-2017 cruise season. Continue reading

Royal Caribbean Announces Godmother for Harmony of the Seas

harmony_of_the_seas_27151378661_2Royal Caribbean International has selected the Godmother for Harmony of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship.
23-year-old Brittany Affolter from the Miami-Dade region of Teach For America was named godmother of Royal Caribbean”s Harmony of the Seas after a 6-week long contest among about 1,000 local educators.

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Norwegian Unveils a Massive Alaska-bound Cruise Ship

800px-Norwegian_Epic_water_chute_2Miami-based Norwegian Cruise Line has recently announced that it will launch a massive new ship specifically designed for cruises to Alaska.

The announcement was made during a ceremony at the Port of Seattle’s Pier 66 only a few days ago. The Norwegian Bliss will be the first cruise ship to offer custom-designed features and amenities for “ultimate Alaska cruise experience.” The new 4,000-passenger Norwegian Bliss is the 3rd Breakaway Plus class ship. The vessel is currently being constructed at the MEYER WERFT shipyard in Germany. The ship is set to make its debut in June 2018 with sailings between Seattle and Alaska. Continue reading