Carnival Agrees To Pay $20 Million Over PollutionCarnival Corp. reached a settlement with federal prosecutors in which the world's largest cruise line agreed to pay a $20 million penalty for its ships continuing to pollute the oceans despite promising years ago to stop.
Coast Guard, Cuba Search For Missing Cruise PassengerCoast Guard crews are searching for a cruise ship passenger who went overboard 33 miles off Cuba.
Carnival Splendor Slowly Returning To Miami After Technical IssueThe Carnival Splendor is slowly making its way back to Miami after suffering a technical issue that is affecting the ship’s maximum cruising speed, according to company officials.
Miccosukee Tribe Celebrates American Indian DayMiccosukee Resort & Gaming invites you to come to their American Indian Day Event on September 24th, 2016.
Cuba Changes Course, Will Allow Native Born On Cruises To IslandGet ready to set sail to Cuba, no matter where you were born. Cuban media is reporting that Cuban-Americans born in Cuba will be allowed on Carnival's cruises to the island beginning April 26th, according to CNN.
Carnival Opens Cuba Cruise Bookings To EveryoneAfter it received critical public backlash, Carnival Corporation has announced that they will now open their bookings on cruises to Cuba to everyone.
Mentoring Matters: Carnival Center Of Excellence Opens For Kids & MentorsMentoring kids in South Florida got a big boost on Monday with the official opening of the Carnival Center for Excellence, the new headquarters for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami.
Florida Cruise Passengers Horrified By Bloody Elevator Door A Florida man said his family vacation on a Carnival cruise ship took a horrifying turn into a bloody mystery that looked like it was right out of a horror movie.
Carnival Cruises To Expand To ChinaCarnival Cruise Lines is expanding to China.
Exclusive: Emergency Response Of Cruise Ship Crew CriticizedThree passengers that just returned from a seven day cruise on the Carnival Glory are telling a horrifying tale after witnessing another passenger drown after falling overboard before ship crews could respond in time.
Travel Guide To AndaluciaA travel guide to Andalucía, with practical information on transportation, lodging and dining, with an emphasis on five of the most important cities.
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.
Coast Guard Medevacs Man From Carnival Cruise Ship A 71-year-old man was medevaced from a cruise ship Saturday by the Coast Guard, approximately 22 miles east of Palm Beach.
Preps For The Miami-Dade Fair & Expo UnderwayThe 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.
Court Ruling Opens Door To Cruise Line Malpractice SuitsA 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.