Carnival fleet pays tribute to the 10 year September 11th anniversary

While national tributes were going on all around the country during the 10-year anniversary of 9/11/01, Carnival Cruise Lines paid their respects aboard all 23 ships.  In New York City, Carnival Miracle delayed its departure from the harbor so passengers could pay tribute and see the nighttime dedication of the Ground Zero Memorial, which was […]

American Cruise Lines’ American Spirit to operate in Alaska

Small ship company American Cruise Line announced today that they’ll be sailing the 100-passenger American Spirit in Alaska for the 2012 cruise season. American Spirit, built in 2005, has plenty of amenities and over-sized windows to see the glaciers and scenery in Alaska’s inside passage. “Our passengers are going to experience Alaska like they never […]

Charleston cruise plan sails ahead with city council vote

Charleston , SC – Charleston City Council on Tuesday further formalized its support of the South Carolina Ports Authority’s cruise plans by passing an ordinance authored by Charleston’s mayor. City Council voted 8-3 in favor of Mayor Joe Riley’s ordinance, which does not alter or place limitations on the cruise business in Charleston. Rather, the […]

Norwegian Cruise Line returns to Ocho Rios, Jamaica on October 19

After a six year hiatus, Norwegian Cruise Line will return to Ocho Rios, Jamaica next month. The Norwegian Pearl and Norwegian Sun will be calling to the port as part of their Western Caribbean itineraries. The first call of the year will be October 19, 2011 with Miami-based Norwegian Pearl.   According to local paper Jamaica […]