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.
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.
A four day luxury cruise has turned into a week of misery for passengers and crew aboard Carnival Cruise Lines’ “Triumph” in the Gulf of Mexico.
Carnival Cruise Lines is apologizing to gay passengers booked for an upcoming cross-dressing voyage for telling them they could not dress in drag on the ship, according to CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald.
After undergoing major repairs and cleaning, the Carnival Splendor will be back in action beginning Sunday.