Disney Cruise Line’s two biggest ships, the Dream and the Fantasy, will continue to be based at Port Canaveral through the end of 2019, the cruise line announced a few days ago.
Port Canaveral is an appealing cruise port for Disney Cruise Line because it is the closest port to the Walt Disney World theme park complex in Orlando. Disney passengers prefer combining their cruises with a visit to Disney World. Continue reading
CocoCay is getting a $200 million renovation.
Royal Caribbean International is to give their exclusive private island CocoCay a $200 million makeover, only available to the cruisers onboard their ships. It is planned to be completed by 2019. Continue reading
Symphony of the Seas, the world’s newest mega-ship, was handed over by STX France to Royal Caribbean International after the traditional flag-changing ceremony led by Michael Bayley, President and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, Richard Fain, Chairman and CEO of the cruise ship operator, and General Manager of French shipbuilder STX Laurent Castaing. The maritime ritual symbolizes the ship’s official delivery from the shipbuilder to US giant Royal Caribbean. Continue reading
Luxury line Silversea plans to offer a unique 140-day trip on their Silver Whisper ship, making stops all over the world.
The 140-day voyage on the all-suite 382-passenger Silver Whisper will start January 6, 2020 in Fort Lauderdale and include stops at 62 ports in 32 countries. It will end May 25, 2020 in Amsterdam.
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Florida-bound Carnival Horizon construction is in the final stages.
Carnival Horizon is arriving in just a few months. The cruise ship is currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyards in Italy and it is slated to debut April 2, 2018.
Carnival Cruise Line will officially take possession of its new Vista-class ship in just over a month and the final touches are taking shape. Continue reading