Cruise NewsCarnival Corp. Announcing Groundbreaking Travel Offering

Carnival Corp. Announcing Groundbreaking Travel Offering

Carnival Corporation, the operator of nine global cruise brands, is announcing a groundbreaking new travel offering on June 4, 2015 at a special media event in New York City.

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While details of the announcement are still under lock and key, Carnival has said that this new travel offering does not exist anywhere in the world.  So what exactly will Carnival Corp. be announcing next Thursday?

Several rumors have been circulating around the Internet the past few weeks regarding a huge announcement coming from Carnival. While Cruise Fever won’t comment at this time on any of the rumors (we’d hate to spread false information), we will have all the details as soon as the announcement is made. However, we are more than excited to see a new category in the travel industry.  We will reporting live from the event so stay tuned to for complete details on June 4.

Carnival Corporation, the largest travel and leisure company in the world, currently operates the following cruise brands: Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, Seabourn, AIDA Cruises, Costa Cruises, Cunard Line, P&O Cruises (Australia), and P&O Cruises (UK).

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  1. Well the big announcement was revealed yesterday, I must say what a let down. I know that Carnival has good intentions with this idea, but if they want volunteers make it worth the peoples time. Free cruise for there time working , fair trade I think.

  2. Would love to see some cruises going to Barbados & Bonaire out of Port Canaveral or Ft. Lauderdale. Also more variety out of Charleston & Norfolk….how about some 8 days into the Caribbean on ships with balconies, please! Frequent cruiser here…have seen most of the islands Carnival cruises to.

  3. I too would like to see my status transferable to between cruise lines. However, I think the announcement will be travel to Cuba.

  4. I agree about different ports out of New Orleans! I have done these routes to many times to count and I am over it. Carnival is my choice but would also like to see all of the ships in their fleet joined in one program.

  5. I am a very loyal Carnival fan too. I promote them all the time! I think that their Diversity mission should also include the single “solo” category and that we not be required to pay double occupancy. This single/solo category is a growing population and we should be recognized and offered some of the same benefits and perks that couples are offered.

    • Diane: I 100% agree with you!!! Every since Carnival did away with their single supplement rate; I have to pay double for my cabin!!! I don’t understand why Carnival just don’t have solo cabins and charge us a single price!!!!!

  6. With all the brands that Carnival has, would it not be nice to see your cruise perks carry between all there companies. I have enjoyed the cruises that I have taken, but would like to try a different cruise line, but don’t like not having the perks that is offered as a platinum member.
    I also would like to see Carnival offer cruises to the eastern Caribbean out of Galveston or New Orleans. They do offer cruises to the western Caribbean out of Port Canaveral so why not the other way. It gets old travel only to Key West and the Bahamas.

    • I agree too! I would love to sail to aruba, curacao, grand Turk, Bonaire, Etc.etc..from New orleans. That is the closest port for us to drive to (14 hours).

    • You are so right, I would be compelled try other cruise lines under the Carnival umbrella if the loyal programs extended throughout the entire corporation.

    • Carnival is doing a couple of the “Journeys” cruises out of New Orleans and Galveston. They are longer cruises and hit some of the ports that aren’t typical. Maybe if they have enough interest, they will do it more often.

      I absolutely would go for Cuba and not having to pay double to travel solo would be great!

    • I have looked at some of the Journey cruises. The only problem is I want to finish my cruise at the port I started the cruise. I prefer to drive to the ports and do not want to fly. To many restrictions when you do that.

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