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Carnival Corporation to debut four ships in 2020

Carnival Corporation to debut four ships in 2020

8 January 2020 Cruise News

Carnival Corporation will launch four new cruise ships in 2020 across four of its global cruise line brands. On the slipway are Iona for P&O Cruises UK; Enchanted Princess for Princess Cruises; Mardi Gras for Carnival Cruise Line; and Costa Firenze for Italian brand Costa Cruises.

Carnival Mardi Gras debut delayed by two months

Carnival Mardi Gras debut delayed by two months

23 December 2019 Cruise News

Carnival Cruise Line has been forced to delay the inaugural sailing of Carnival Mardi Gras. The ship had been pencilled in to debut on August 31st next year, but will not now take to the water until November 14th, with the loss of eight planned itineraries.

Carnival breaks ground on Sasebo terminal in Japan

Carnival breaks ground on Sasebo terminal in Japan

8 October 2019 Cruise News

Carnival Corporation has officially begun construction of its first terminal in Japan, located at the port of Sasebo. Building was launched with a ground-breaking ceremony attended by government, business and community representatives.

Carnival commits US$180m to two new Bahamas developments

Carnival commits US$180m to two new Bahamas developments

26 September 2019 Cruise News

Under the agreement, Carnival Corporation will develop a new cruise port destination primarily for Carnival Cruise Line on Grand Bahama, and construction of a new addition, including a pier, on the Bahamian island of Little San Salvador, home to Holland America Line’s Half Moon Cay port.

Rowlett to lead newly-created incident analysis group at Carnival

Rowlett to lead newly-created incident analysis group at Carnival

17 September 2019 Cruise News

Carnival Corporation has appointed Sandra Rowlett as vice president of a newly created incident analysis group. She reports directly to Peter Anderson, the newly appointed chief ethics and compliance officer for Carnival Corporation, and is based at the company’s headquarters in Miami.

Anderson takes up new compliance role with Carnival Corporation

Anderson takes up new compliance role with Carnival Corporation

13 August 2019 Cruise News

Carnival Corporation has confirmed the appointment of Peter Anderson to the newly created position of chief ethics and compliance officer. Based at the company’s headquarters in Miami, Anderson will be a member of the executive leadership team and report directly to Carnival Corporation chief executive Arnold Donald.