Carnival Cruise Lines

Carnival Cruises To Expand To ChinaCarnival Cruise Lines is expanding to China.
Fire Breaks Out On Carnival Cruise Lines ShipPassengers and crew were evacuated from a Carnival Cruise Lines ship after a fire broke out Monday.
Cruise Lines Change Plans Due To TS ErikaA number of cruise lines are opting to change their itineraries in response to Tropical Storm Erika.
Cruise Execs Removed From Port Everglades DisputeA state appeals court has ruled that two cruise-ship company executives should be kept off a panel that will determine whether to reduce payment rates for harbor pilots at Port Everglades.
Carnival CEO: Cuba Cruise Will Not Be "Typical"A day after Carnival cruises announced it will be sailing to Cuba, the CEO of the company speaks out about the historic change between the island nation and the U.S. and what to expect in their new voyage.
Carnival Corp. Gets Permission For Cruises To CubaHola Havana. Doral-based Carnival Corp. has announced that it has received permission from the U.S. government to operate cruises to Cuba.
Mega Job Fair Wednesday At BB&T CenterMore than 40 top companies from across South Florida are looking to fill 2,000 open positions at a career fair Wednesday in Sunrise.
Top Cruise Vacations For FamiliesFamilies looking for an exciting vacation with plenty of activities to do should look into booking a cruise vacation. Many cruise lines are making travel for families easier and more entertaining with ships designed with families in mind.
Carnival Plans To Build Cruise Port In HaitiHaiti may soon be added to the list of ports for a major cruise line based in South Florida.
Mega-Job Fair In Miami Lakes On Tuesday More than 7,000 job positions will be up for grabs at a mega job fair Tuesday in Miami Lakes.
Career Fair At Don Shula's In Miami LakesOver 2,000 job positions are up for grabs at a mega job fair Wednesday in Miami Lakes. The event is being held at the Don Shula's Hotel, 6842 Main St., until 2 p.m.
Carnival, Passengers In Court Over Ill-Fated Triumph TripLawyers for Miami-based Carnival Corp. are the defensive as they battle a suit brought by about three dozen passengers who sailed last year on the ill-fated Carnival Triumph cruise ship that drifted at sea for days.
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