A ruling by the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which has jurisdiction over the major Florida-based cruise lines, has opened the door to medical malpractice suits against cruise line medical staff.
Haiti may soon be added to the list of ports for a major cruise line based in South Florida.
Mardi Gras 2014 may be a few weeks away, but Carnival season has already begun in New Orleans, with brightly colored parades throughout the city and much more to come.
In an attempt to win back customers, Carnival has announced a new money-back guarantee that will apply to many of its sailings.
Over 2,000 job positions will be up for grabs at a mega job fair Wednesday in Miami Lakes.
The search continued Thursday for a couple who went missing Wednesday night from a cruise ship making its way toward the eastern coast of Australia.
On the same day that Miami-based Carnival Cruise Lines announced a $300 million upgrade to emergency power systems, fire systems and engine rooms, the company’s Ecstasy cruise ship experience a power failure at sea, but it was a brief one.
After three of its ships developed serious problems mid-cruise since the beginning of the year, Carnival Cruise Lines has announced that they will spend $300 million to add emergency generators, upgrade fire safety and improve engine rooms on all of their ships.
Carnival Cruise Lines can’t catch a break lately. Just days after the Carnival Triumph was left disabled due to an engine fire, another Carnival ship, the Fascination, failed a health inspection from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Carnival Corporation has dealt with problems on two ships this week and a major issue in February with the Triumph, but that hasn’t dampened the company’s profits in the fiscal first quarter.