Tour Operator in Saint John Celebrates Millionth Passenger

When Carnival cruiser Marilyn Clark arrived in Saint John, New Brunswick last week aboard Carnival Glory, she wasn’t expecting to be the one-millionth passenger booked on the Saint John Highlights Tour through operator Aquila Tours. Marilyn Clark and her husband (pictured right), celebrating their 46th wedding anniversary, were greeted at the cruise terminal with a […]

5 Reasons to Take a Canada-New England Cruise

Recently we took a cruise on the 110,000-ton Carnival Glory from Boston to Saint Johns, New Brunswick and Halifax, Nova Scotia. During the sailing it was evident why passengers chose a Canada-New England sailing verses other destinations. After spending five-days talking to guest after guests, here’s why folks chose this sailing: Proximity of the ports. […]

7 Money Saving Cruise Tips

Let’s face it, everyone that goes on a cruise vacation doesn’t want to get nickel and dimed to death. Throughout my last cruise, I was thinking of ways to save money, and it worked. My sign and sail account was next to nothing on disembarkation morning! Here’s some money saving cruise tips: 1. Look for […]

Carnival Glory’s Emerald Room Steakhouse Wins Honor

The Emerald Room Steakhouse on Carnival Glory recently took home an award from the American Culinary Federation (ACF), the largest organization of professional chefs in North America. The 108-seat steakhouse has been in operation since the 110,000-ton Carnival Glory went into service in 2003. The Achievement in Excellence Award recognizes the outstanding cuisine and quality […]

Cruise liner godmother passes at age 61

The godmother of Carnival Cruise Lines 2,974-guest Carnival Glory, Dr. Sally Ride, passed away today at the age of 61, of pancreatic cancer. Dr. Sally Ride had many accomplishments to her name, with the most memorable in 1983, being the first American woman in outer space.  She was an accomplished author, professor and children’s advocate […]

Carnival Glory earns perfect health marks in Canada

Carnival Cruise Lines 2,974-guest Carnival Glory recently received 100-percent markings on a recent Canadian health inspection in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The unannounced inspections are required for any cruise line calling into a Canadian cruise port. Like the USPH (United States Public Health) inspections, this too consist of inspecting a broad range of shipboard sanitation areas, […]

Photo Gallery Update: Sailing aboard Carnival Glory

Recently we sailed on Carnival Glory out of Boston for a five-night Canada/New England cruise to Saint John, New Brunswick and Halifax, Nova Scotia. We’ve uploaded over 400 pictures over the weekend on our Facebook Page, you can view the gallery here (www.Facebook.com/CruiseRadio). Be sure to tune into our on-board broadcast aboard Carnival Glory and […]

Episode: Canada/New England 2012 Broadcast

[smart_track_player url=”https://traffic.libsyn.com/cruiseradioshow/EPI149JULY1712Mixdown.mp3″ title=”Canada/New England Broadcast” artist=”Cruise Radio” ]This week Doug is aboard Carnival Glory on a five-night Canada/New England sailing out of Boston. He will talk to passengers aboard Carnival Glory along with things to do in St. John, New Brunswick and Halifax, Nova Scotia. Cruise Guy updates us on Cruise News: Oceania Cruises making […]

Cruise terminal gangway named in Saint John

  In a special event hosted by the Port of Saint John earlier this month, the new $3 million dollar gangway was named which connects guests from the Marco Polo Cruise Terminal to the cruise ships. The gangway, “Loyalist Landing” was named by 2nd grader, Adon Irvine, with Carnival Glory as a backdrop. Following the […]

5 Tips for a Canada/New England Cruise

Bar Harbor Maine Cruise

When you think of Canada/New England in the summertime you may think of scorching hot temps (like everywhere else in the country) and have the mindset of a Caribbean cruise itinerary, but it’s a lot different. Here are five things I learned on my latest cruise to Canada and New England on Carnival Glory. 1. […]