Santa Claus recently took a break from the North Pole to test ride Bolt, the very first roller coaster at sea onboard Carnival Cruise Line’s Mardi Gras.[Read more…]
Since all of the U.S. theme parks and attractions first closed in March, the tourism and hospitality industry has been ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic. Cruise ships were docked, parks were closed and hotels were shut down in an effort to stop the spread. Many still haven’t reopened, and those that have aren’t seeing the sort of attendance they’re used to. Today, for the first time in a long time, hope has been given to this struggling industry. Pfizer, a biopharmaceutical company, has announced their COVID-19 vaccine tests have proven to be 90% effective during trials.
Carnival Cruise Line has announced a plan to resume their North American service this summer in phases.[Read more…]
If you have a a cruise vacation scheduled for the coming weeks, you should know the United States State Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are officially advising Americans to avoid cruising in light of the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus outbreaks.[Read more…]
New details have been revealed for the “Choose Fun” aqua park aboard the new Carnival cruise ship, Carnival Panorama, set to make its debut this December from Long Beach, Calif.
Carnival Cruise Line is bringing some ‘Bam!’ aboard their big new boat by announcing that celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse will open his first-ever restaurant at sea next year aboard the upcoming Mardi Gras megaship.