Carnival Cruise Line announced last week its
plans to gradually resume cruising in North America in August, nearly five
months after it stopped operations due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sailings will begin on August 1 with eight ships setting off from Galveston, Texas; Miami; Port Canaveral, Florida. The company noted they decided to resume operations at these ports as the majority of customers can easily drive to them.
According to Carnival’s website, the cruises will
sail to destinations including the Bahamas and Cozumel, Mexico.
Carnival Cruise Line’s
largest ever cruise ship, Mardi Gras completed a construction milestone yesterday
when she touched water for the first time.
After Mardi Gras floated out of the dry dock, the vessel was repositioned to a new location at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland to finalize its interior and exterior outfitting, including the installation of the first roller coaster at sea, dubbed BOLT, part of the Ultimate Playground outdoor recreation area.
Carnival Cruise Line announced plans to launch the first cruise ship with a roller coaster on board.
Carnival promises ‘heart-pounding’ onboard roller coaster on its highly anticipated cruise ship, Mardi Gras.
The all-electric coaster, the BOLT, will travel nearly 40 mph and take riders on a series of twists, turns and drops, right around the ship’s famous whale-tail funnel. Continue reading →