Articles tagged “carnival cruise line”

Cruises

Carnival’s Relaxed Covid Rules Help Push Demand Above 2019 Levels

The focus on returning passengers and relaxation of Covid-19 rules have helped the cruise company's recovery. The next step (and more challenging one) is to win over first-time cruise passengers.

Carnival’s Relaxed Covid Rules Help Push Demand Above 2019 Levels

Coronavirus

Carnival Will Resume Cruises With More Than Half of Its Fleet by Year’s End

Seemingly undeterred by the Delta variant, this news is a turnaround for Carnival, which has suffered financially because of the pandemic.

Carnival Will Resume Cruises With More Than Half of Its Fleet by Year’s End

Coronavirus

Carnival to Sell $500 Million in Shares as It Resumes Long-Paused Cruises

Cruises operators battered financially by the pandemic need to find ways to stay afloat so selling shares goes a long way in helping them stay in business.

Carnival to Sell $500 Million in Shares as It Resumes Long-Paused Cruises

Coronavirus

Carnival Posts $2 Billion Quarterly Loss as Cruise Industry Still Navigates Pandemic Perils

Although a gigantic quarterly loss is never good news, Carnival executives should be heartened by the fact brighter days are ahead as cruising finally returns.

Carnival Posts $2 Billion Quarterly Loss as Cruise Industry Still Navigates Pandemic Perils

Coronavirus

Rivals Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line Team Up on Restart

Cruise lines have a lot of work ahead to reassure passengers they're in safe hands after months of bad press. This partnership should help.

Rivals Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line Team Up on Restart

Coronavirus

Carnival Faces U.S. Congressional Investigation Into Its Coronavirus Response

Carnival's recent loans gave it about six months of breathing room to survive without almost no bookings. It needs to act decisively if it wants to restore public confidence in time to avoid an even larger crisis.

Carnival Faces U.S. Congressional Investigation Into Its Coronavirus Response

Coronavirus

Cruise Industry Defies New 100-Day ‘No Sail’ Order

The cruise industry appears to be taking a contrarian stance to U.S. public health officials, a move that's baffling given the industry's need to rehabilitate its image.

Cruise Industry Defies New 100-Day ‘No Sail’ Order

Cruises

Skift Global Forum Preview: Carnival CEO Arnold Donald Says Sustainability Is ‘Job One’

When it comes to cruising's responsibility to the world, the cruise industry has obligations that span land, air, and sea. Fortunately CEO Arnold Donald seems to recognize the scale of the challenge.

Skift Global Forum Preview: Carnival CEO Arnold Donald Says Sustainability Is ‘Job One’

Tourism

SeaWorld Recruits Carnival Exec as New CEO

By going outside the company for its new CEO, SeaWorld is clearly looking to signal that it is serious about a new beginning. Gus Antorcha will have his work cut out for him up the turnpike in Orlando.

SeaWorld Recruits Carnival Exec as New CEO

Cruises

Carnival Plans Onboard Roller Coaster for Biggest Cruise Ship Ever

Cruise lines continue to compete by upping the ante with onboard attractions. As ships get bigger and more profitable, there is more room for experimentation with theme park-style attractions.

Carnival Plans Onboard Roller Coaster for Biggest Cruise Ship Ever