Featured Article: How Carnival Decorates 26 Cruise Ships for Christmas
It takes about 30,000 lights, 6,000 feet of ribbon, and 250 hand-tied bows to decorate 20 Christmas trees – and that’s just on one ship! Find out how Carnival manages to spread the holiday cheer across its entire fleet in a matter of hours.
This Week’s Cruise Podcast: Carnival Paradise Review
Mike joins the show this week to give a full review of a five-night Western Caribbean cruise on Carnival Paradise from Tampa, Florida. Having sailed the ship before its recent refurbishment, Mike gives a full review on the updates made to the ship, including the accommodations, public spaces, dining, and more. Listen here.
Featured Video: Announcing Carnival Mardi Gras
Meet the new Mardi Gras. As Carnival’s newest and largest-ever ship at 180,000 tons, Mardi Gras is a throwback to the cruise ship that started it all for Carnival Cruise Line back in 1972. Set to sail in 2020, Mardi Gras will home-port in Port Canaveral, Florida, as the first LNG-powered cruise ship in North America.
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