Paradise To Paradise: Let’s Take A Look

Last year, Carnival Corporation’s Fathom brand was the first cruise line to establish a presence in Cuba.  In the process,  Social Impact Travel opened the door to the island nation in a people-to-people sort of way.  To culturally focused travelers, Fathom got Read More …

Carnival Corp LNG Ships On The Way

Without a lot of fanfare, Carnival Corporation has officially begun construction on the world’s first ship to be powered by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) with six more on the way.  The environmentally-friendly ships will go into service between 2018 and 2011. Read More …

Cruise Lines To The Rescue As Rebuilding The Caribbean Begins

Thanks to hurricanes Irma and Harvey, much of the Caribbean, as well as a big chunk of Texas, Florida, and surrounding states, are a mess.  As I write this, millions are still without power or water in Florida. Still, the Read More …

Carnival Fam First In For Hurricane Victims

During times of crisis in parts of the country that feature a home embarkation port, cruise lines often come to the aid of local emergency services.  Catastrophic disaster as we see in Texas stretches even the best-planned resources to their Read More …

Carnival Horizon To Bring First Teppanyaki At Sea

Carnival Cruise Line will introduce its first-ever teppanyaki dining venue when new Carnival Horizon debuts in the spring of 2018.   Technically a sister-ship to Carnival Vista, Carnival Horizon will have a number of new features.  If history repeats itself, there Read More …

Extraordinary Cruise Experiences Resonate With Travelers, Drive Demand

The Carnival Corporation family of brands includes a diverse portfolio of the world’s leading cruise lines.   Carnival Corporation brands range from family-friendly Carnival Cruise Line to ultra-luxury Seabourn, bringing extraordinary cruise experiences ranging from Fun to Ultra-Luxury.  Still, ships Read More …