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Carnival Cruise Lines

Carnival Cruise Lines were founded in 1972 and headquartered in Miami, is the world's largest cruise line. The company's humble origins pigeonholed the line as the cruise industry's version of a floating fraternity party for a long, long time. But that was yesterday, and while Carnival still commands a certain reputation for a flashy, neon atmosphere -- and by no means skimps on elaborate lounges and discos -- its ships continue to evolve. Home of the family-friendly Fun Ships, the cruise line are resorts in their own right, packed with entertainment.

Carnival Splendor

Carnival Splendor

Carnival Splendor, offers year-round seven-day Mexican Riviera service from Long Beach, California. On its seven-day schedule, Carnival Splendor departs the Long Beach Cruise Terminal every Sunday on weeklong cruises to three popular Mexican ports of...

Carnival Ecstasy

Carnival Ecstacy operates short cruises from the Port of Galveston, Texas to the western Caribbean. Recently refurbished, Carnival Ecstacy now has an expansive new water park, an exclusive adults-only retreat, a special facility for 12- to 14-year olds, and a redesigned resort-style main pool area.

Carnival Triumph

Carnival Triumph offers a seven, four and five-day cruises. Four-day cruises will depart Thursdays and call at Cozumel, while the five-day schedule will depart on Mondays and Saturdays and call at Progreso and...

Carnival Elation

Carnival Elation is the only cruise line to operate year-round from Mobile, Alabama. It runs a seven-day cruise to Montego Bay, Grand Cayman and Cozumel and also four-day cruises to Cozumel departing...

Carnival Valor

Carnival Valor offers a year-round seven-day cruise schedule from the Port of Miami. Departing every Sundays on seven-day cruises, alternating to the eastern and western Caribbean. Eastern Caribbean cruises call at Nassau, St....
Carnival Fantasy

Carnival Fantasy

  Carnival Cruise Lines’ SuperLiner Fantasy was the first of the generation of 70,000-ton SuperLiners to enter service in the ‘90s, setting the standard for three and four-day cruises to the Bahamas. Fantasy has spacious...

Carnival Victory

Carnival Victory operates a year-round schedule of seven-day southern Caribbean cruises from San Juan, Miami. On its San Juan-based route, Carnival Victory visits five of the Caribbean’s most beautiful destinations: St. Thomas, Dominica,...

Carnival Fascination

Carnival Fascination cruises depart from Jacksonville, Florida. The five-day cruises visit Key West and Nassau, while four-day long weekend cruises departing Thursdays call at Freeport and Nassau. In addition to themed lounges, bars, and...

Carnival Freedom

Carnival Freedom operates six and eight-day Caribbean cruises from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Freedom cruises to Key West, George Town, Grand Cayman; and Ocho Rios, Jamaica for six day cruises and Puerta Rico, Antigua,...
Carnival Glory

Carnival Glory

Carnival Glory runs four day cruises departing from New York to Saint John, New Brunswick and scenic cruising in the Bay of Fundy, while five-day cruises include stops at Saint John and Halifax, Nova...

Cruise International

Cruise International is the UK’s highest-selling newsstand travel magazine dedicated to cruise holidays. Packed with inspirational reviews, the hottest destination advice, celebrity interviews and the very latest ocean and river cruise news, it helps both new and experienced cruisers alike plan their next trip. With its high production values, stunning photography and outstanding editorial, Cruise International is first choice for Britain’s 1.75 million annual cruise holidaymakers.







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