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Carnival Cruise Line Cancels Miami and Port Canaveral Cruises in November

As the only major cruise to still hold out for cruises in November from Miami and Port Canaveral, Carnival has announced the cancellation of all voyages leaving in November from these two ports.

Carnival’s New Mega Cruise Ship Completes Sea Trials

The new Mardi Gras cruise ship that is in the final stages of outfitting has completed the 10-day sea. The shipyard has also posted a new video.

Bookings Open for Carnival Celebration Inaugural Cruise and Itineraries from Miami

Bookings are now open for the new Carnival Celebration cruise ship with a 14-day inaugural cruise and year-round itineraries from Miami.

Carnival Releases Major Update on Fleet and Finances

Carnival Corporation CEO Donald Arnold provided a business update today on operations and finances.

Which Carnival Cruise Ships are Scheduled to Sail in 2020?

Which Carnival Cruise Ships are Scheduled to Sail in 2020 out of Miami and Port Canaveral in Florida? Here is what you need to know.

Why Carnival Chose Florida Homeports to Resume Cruises From

Carnival Cruise Line announced that resumption of cruises would be from Homeports Port Miami and Port Canaveral in November and December. Why could it be just those two?

Carnival Cruise Line Cancels All U.S. Sailings Except From Two Homeports

Carnival Cruise Line has announced updates to its upcoming departures with all U.S. cruises cancelled for the remainder of the year except from two ports.

Carnival’s New Mardi Gras Begins 10-Day Sea Trials

Carnival's newest and largest addition, 'Mardi Gras', made her debut at sea today as she headed out for sea trials.

Carnival Cruise Line Details Mardi Gras Grand Central Atrium

Carnival Cruise Line has showcased its stunning new Grand Central Atrium on the new Mardi Gras that will debut in February 2021.