Cruise lines are adjusting their ship itineraries to avoid Hurricane Joaquin. Ships operated by six cruise lines — Carnival, Crystal, Disney, Norwegian, Princess and Royal Caribbean — have switched up itineraries as Hurricane Joaquin gains strength in the Atlantic.
Expedia CruiseShipCenters, one of the world’s largest online travel booking sites, is looking to expand its presence in Central Florida. According to a news release, the company is planning to develop nine new retail centers in Central Florida during the next three years.
Unveiled in 1998, the 1,754-passenger Disney Magic underwent a massive makeover in late 2013 and recently added AquaDunk, a 37-foot-tall body slide, a new outdoor kids zone- AquaLab, multiple deck-top pool areas and indoor children’s zones covering almost an entire deck. Continue reading →
Carnival Cruise Lines’ new Amber Cove port of call in the Dominican Republic will be ready for guests on October 6, 2015, the cruise line officials have recently said in a news release. Carnival Corporation. is spending $85 million to develop its purpose-built cruise ship center. The new port is located on the country’s northern coast, near the historic town of Puerto Plata. Continue reading →