The State of the Industry panel brought together the CEOs of RCI, NCL, HAL, Carnival and MSC for the annual discussion of where we are, and where we're going.
NEW ORLEANS - March 15, 2009 - NCL has confirmed plans to continue seasonal sailings out of New Orleans at least through April 2014.
Miami - Feb 10, 2009 --- NCL announced today that for the first time in more than 11 years, the company will homeport a ship seasonally at Port Canaveral, Florida beginning October 2010. This port, close to Orlando, is a popular northern Florida port currently used by fellow contemporary cruise lines Carnival and RCI.
MIAMI, June 6, 2008 -- Beginning in November, Carnival Freedom will offer six- and eight-night Caribbean cruises from Ft. Lauderdale all year round. Previously, the ship was scheduled to sail in Europe during the summer.
Carnival Pride to Sail Year-Round from Baltimore
MIAMI, June 5, 2008 -- Starting September 13, 2009, Carnival Pride will launch the first ever year-round cruise program from Baltimore, Maryland. The 2,124-passenger Spirit-class ship will offer two distinct seven-day itineraries.
SEATTLE, May 12, 2008 -- Holland America Line will debut three new Quebec ports in its summer 2009 season. The exotic ports of Gaspe, Baie-Comeau and Sept-iles will be featured on cruises aboard the new Eurodam and the intimate Maasdam.
MIAMI, Jan. 14, 2008 -- Starting now, Texas welcomes its largest cruise ship ever, Royal Caribbean's Voyager of the Seas, sailing seven-night Caribbean and South America itineraries from the Port of Galveston.
MIAMI, April 6, 2007 -- Royal Caribbean today opened sales on a range of '08-'09 cruises departing from the Northeast of the U.S. With 19 itineraries and more than 80 sailings, the line offers guests from the New York metro area convenient year-round cruises from Bayonne, NJ. The line is also offeringsummer and autumn sailings from Baltimore, Norfolk and Boston aboard Grandeur of the Seas and Jewel of the Seas.
MIAMI, April 5, 2007 -- Celebrity has just opened sales for the 2008 Fall Foliage and Panama Canal cruises.