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.
There’s more trouble at sea for Carnival Cruise Lines. A second Carnival ship is having problems. This time the Carnival Legend is having technical difficulties that are affecting its sailing speed.
The West Miami-Dade skyline is taking on a familiar appearance as the rides, tents and attractions go up for the annual Miami-Dade County Fair and Exposition.
The state of the cruise industry and its future was the focus of a number panel discussions Tuesday on day two of the annual Cruise Shipping Miami conference on Miami Beach.
The future of the cruise industry will be discussed this week at the annual Cruise Shipping Miami conference on Miami Beach.
Tug boats are preparing to tow a disabled Carnival Cruise Line ship to Alabama after aborting a plan to take it to Mexico.
On Saturday, thousands will be drawn into downtown Coconut Grove, as the city is transformed for a large-scale scavenger hunt: the Herald Hunt.
Carnival Cruise Lines largest ship ever homeported in South Florida arrived at Port Miami Wednesday with an extra large guest on board.