At a space-themed ceremony, the Canaveral Port Authority and long-time cruise partner Carnival Cruise Line have broken ground for on the new Cruise Terminal 3 complex.
Carnival Corporation has announced United States GAAP net income for the full year of $3.2 billion for 2018, or $4.44 diluted earnings per share.
With its California debut now less than a year away, Carnival Panorama’s exterior completion was celebrated at the Fincantieri shipyard in Marghera, Italy, during which a commemorative coin was welded to the ship’s mast in a time-honoured maritime tradition.
The ship becomes the world’s first cruise vessel to be powered at sea and in port by liquefied natural gas and is Carnival Corporation’s fourth new ship of 2018.
The naming of the next ship to join the fleet brings back the name of the first Carnival Cruise Line ship that entered service in 1972 and started the wave of cruise holiday popularity in the United States.
Carnival Corporation has announced an agreement with the Port Authority of Santa Cruz de Tenerife to be the first concession-holder to operate the Canary Islands’ newest cruise terminal.
P&O Cruises has confirmed vice president of marketing, Christopher Edgington, will be leaving the Carnival-owned company. At the same time, Cunard vice president of UK sales and international development, David Rousham, will also depart.
Carnival Corporation has announced that its cruise joint venture with China State Shipbuilding Corporation will launch this week under the name CSSC Carnival Cruise Shipping.
The vessel will debut with innovative guest experience features and as the world’s first cruise vessel to be powered at sea and in port by liquefied natural gas, the world’s cleanest burning fossil fuel.
Holland America Line’s Nieuw Statendam, the second Pinnacle Class ship in the fleet, returned to Fincantieri’s Marghera shipyard in Italy earlier after successfully completing two sets of sea trials off the coast.
Carnival Cruise Line has reached an agreement in principle with the Canaveral Port Authority on a new state-of-the-art terminal. The facility will be able to accommodate its new 180,000-ton ship, the largest ever constructed for the line, set to debut in 2020.
The vessels will be based on a next-generation platform designed and are slated to be delivered in late 2023 and spring 2025.