Showing posts from June, 2019

Here's some Info On Carival Cruise Line's New Carnival Mardi Gras' Accomodations - Debuting in 2020

Here's some Info On Carnival Cruise Line's New Carnival Mardi Gras - Debuting in 2020. The Carnival Mardi Gras will make a 6 Day New England Canada cruise before ailing on a 15 Day repositioning cruise to the Southern Caribbean and ending on her winter home port - Cape Canaveral Florida. Carnival Cruise Line today unveiled more details on the numerous accommodation choices guests will have on its highly-anticipated new ship, Mardi Gras , which will feature more than 180 suites across 11 styles, including the new premium category Carnival Excel suites with select amenities and access to a new resort-style, open-air enclave called Loft 19. “As we continue to announce details on Mardi Gras, guests will see that this ship is going to have more choices to stay and more choices to play,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line. “All of our accommodations have been designed to exceed our guests’ expectations, and the suite offerings will kick that up a

Carnival to Have 4 Ships In New York in 2020.

Carnival Cruise Line's New Carnival Mardi Gras - one of 4 Carnival Ships Sailing from New York in 2020 Carnival Cruise Lines website is showing that Carnival will have 4 ship in New York during 2020. The website is showing the Carnival Sunrise (ex Carnival Triumph), Carnival Radiance (ex Carnival Victory), Carnival Legend and  Carnival's brand new Mardi Gras will all said a series of cruises from the Big Apple. Port visited include: Bermuda, Bahamas, Private Island; Bermuda; Panama Canal; New England, Canada; Transatlantic, and Eastern Caribbean. Check back in August to see the 2020 Cruise Schedule on NYCruiseInfo,com. ------------------------------------------- Sister Sites => Website - Cruise Schedule, Ship Reviews, Ports of Call & More. => Nick's Cruise Corner Blog - News On Cruise Ships Sailing World Wide. => NewShipNews - Information and News on Cruise Ships being built. .

New York Attractions - Free and Not So Free Activities.

New York City has many attractions and activities for travelers visiting this amazing city. Whether a first time visitor or a local, New York always has something to offer. I know each time I go into the city (east coast lingo) I always find something new. that I have not seen before. New York is great place to eat, visit museums, take in a show, take in the architecture, snap a photo of the Statue of Liberty, or just people watch. Culturally New York has ethic areas where people can get immersed in world cultures - Little Italy, China Town and more. Here at we have comprised a number of our favorite thing to do and see in New York. You can easily spend a week in the Big Apple so we have comprised a list of free and not so free activities. To Learn what there is to do in NYC check out the NYCruiseInfo,com List of Things to Do in NYC . ------------------------------------------- Sister Sites => Website - Cruise Schedule, Ship

Bar Harbor Maine - A Great Northeast US Port for New England / Canada Cruises.

Cruise Ship in Bar Harbor, Maine - Copyright Arcadia National This year cruising out of New York is different than prior years. It appears that both Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line have added an extensive program of 7 day cruises to New England / Canada. In previous years, these cruises were primarily conducted during the Fall season - often marketed as an opportunity to see the exploding fall foliage. The Norwegian Dawn for Norwegian Cruise Line and the Adventure of the Seas for Royal Caribbean have been conducting 1-2 of these cruises per month. A very exciting port of call on these itineraries usually feature Bar Harbor, Maine.  This great historical, shopping and nature intensive port has something for everyone. Learn more about Bar Harbor Maine in our main Website NYCruiseInfo,com ------------------------------------------- Sister Sites => Website - Cruise Schedule, Ship Reviews, Ports of Call & More. => Ni

Cuba Cruises Halted as Political Tension Increases.

Carnival Cruise Line Ship in Havana when US and Cuba were on better terms. In a change of direction, the United States government has banned all education exchange travel between the United States and Cuba. The US government was allowing cruise lines and air travel to Cuba for Cultural and People to People learning events. In a snap decision the US government halted all travel between the two countries sending the cruise lines into a scramble to find alternate ports, offer discounts and incentives to keep already made bookings and more. Under the old agreement US citizens were only allowed to explore Cuba with a tour from the ship and passengers were NOT allowed to talk individually to citizens or explore the city on their own. There were a number of cruises from New York - primarily on Carnival Cruises which will now be altered to include replacement ports for anticipated stays in Cuba.   ------------------------------------------- Sister Sites => NYCruise

New York Plays Host to Extended Stay Ships

Princess Cruise Sun Princess (left) and Peaceboat's Ocean Dream (right) in NYC This weekend saw 2 unique visitors to New York, Each ship offered extended, multi-day stays in the Big Apple. First was Princess Cruises Sun Princess arriving in New York Friday Night as part of her World Cruise. Passengers were treated to two glorious days in New York. The Weather was perfect - Sunny, dry and clear making the stay enjoyable. The second ship was  the Japanese chartered Ocean Dream (aka the Peaceboat) also spent 2 days in New York bringing tourist to New York on a mission of peace and goodwill.  The Peaceboat began her career as Carnival Cruises' first new ship - the Tropicale. Both ships stayed very late, providing passengers the opportunity to enjoy an extended stay in NYC. The Peaceboat/Ocean Dream left the Manhattan Cruise Terminal shortly after 11:00 PM and the Sun Princess departed at approximately 12:45 PM. ------------------------------------------- Sister