Norwegian “Moving Toward” All-Inclusive Model In The U.S.

This week, Norwegian Cruise Line announced that passengers in the United Kingdom and Ireland would be able to purchase what is being touted as an All-Inclusive Package on all ships across the fleet. But the big question is whether or not that same option could be offered in the States down the line. The Deal […]

Norwegian Adds More Cuba Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Line has announced that they are going to further extend their offering of weekly cruises from Miami to Cuba through 2018, with 33 new voyages on the horizon.  The all-inclusive Norwegian Sky will begin her 2018 Cuba season in March, operating four-day roundtrip cruises from Miami – 32 of which will include an overnight stay […]

Carnival’s Fantasy Class Ships Remain Popular

Confession: As much as we love the big, shiny ships with their bells and whistles, we’re kinda partial to older, smaller Fantasy class ships that aren’t trying too hard to impress. So when the folks at Travel Agent Central asked Carnival president and CEO Christine Duffy if they might be considering retiring some of the […]