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Renovation for Carnival’s ships

19 January 2006 Press Release Tourism News

Carnival Cruise Lines’ SuperLiners Sensation and Holiday, which are on charter to the U.S. government as part of Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, will undergo a multi-million-dollar refurbishment prior to re-entering service this spring.

Calypso: The rebirth

26 November 2004 Press Release Tourism News

The Cousteau Society and Carnival Corporation plc have reached an agreement in principle to restore the Calypso, the legendary research and expedition vessel of Captain Jacques Yves Cousteau. Once restored, Calypso will become an exhibit and a centre for science and the environment.

Carnival revamps website

21 April 2004 Press Release Tourism News

Carnival Cruise Lines, the world’s largest cruise operator, has re-engineered its popular Web site, which now offers a host of new and expanded features, including enhanced site navigation, streaming video, personalized content tailored to each visitor, and more 360-degree “virtual tours” of the “Fun Ship” fleet.

Carnival cruise lines standardize on IPIX

30 September 1999 Press Release Travel Technology News

Interactive Pictures Corporation (Nasdaq: IPIX), a leader in immersive imaging for the Internet, has announced that Carnival Cruise Lines, the world’s number one cruise operator, will expand its IPIX? presence on its popular Web site, visited by thousands of consumers and travel agents each day. With this new agreement, IPIX will provide its signature 360¡ x 360¡ images for all new Carnival ships featured within the site, beginning with the Carnival Victory, slated to debut in the summer of 2000. IPIX? images of Carnival Paradise, the world’s first smoke-free cruise ship, and the Carnival Triumph, which entered service in July, are already featured within the line’s Web site.