Carnival Cruise Line’s new Mardi Gras is shown here departing on its sea trials this morning from the Meyer Turku shipyard in Turku, Finland.
Carnival Cruise Line, a carnival corporation company, is temporarily dismissing more than 100 ship officers as it’s parent company drops 18 less efficient vessels from its fleet across numerous brands, says a spokesperson.
The world largest cruise line is selling more than 13 ships which are nearly 9% of its capacity as the company is continuously facing a cash crunch.
Carnival Corporations, the largest cruise operator in the world, fell prey to a ransomware attack that accessed and encrypted a part of the brand’s IT systems, on Monday 17th Aug 2020.
The float-out of the coming flag-ship of Carnival Cruise line ‘Mardi Gras’ was celebrated at Meyer Turku shipyard. The 180 000 GT cruise ship will be the largest one in the Carnival fleet after delivery later in 2020.
Cruise ships are getting larger and the activities onboard more extreme. WSJ’s Scott McCartney visits a shipyard in Finland to see how the cruise operator Carnival is able to pack so much on a ship — including a rollercoaster — and still have it float.
As part of corporate commitment to sustained excellence in environmental compliance, 15 Carnival Corporation ships are testing food waste bio-digester machines, or “steel stomachs,” that separate plastics from food waste while naturally breaking down food particles
Company’s CSMART Academy teamed up with UWF’s Innovation Institute to launch training course for environmental officers that started in August 2019.
Unified navigation and manoeuvring technology enable Carnival-owned cruise line Seabourn’s two new purpose-built ultra-luxury polar class vessels to operate in remote and uncharted locations