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Four More Cruise Ships Expected to Leave Carnival Corp. Fleet

Carnival Corporation & plc  (logo)Another four cruise ships are set to be disposed of from the Carnival Corporation global fleet, the company announced in its fourth quarter earnings release. Carnival had recently announced it was disposing of 18 ships, and now says that number will be elevated to 19, and 15 ships have already left the fleet, meaning four more are now scheduled to find new homes or be retired. (cruiseindustrynews.com)


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Dry Dock Works For The First Chinese Cruise Ship Start In Shanghai

The beginning of hull erection works, as well as the coin ceremony of the first cruise ship that Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co. Ltd (SWS), subsidiary of China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC), is building for CSSC Carnival Cruise Shipping Limited, joint venture between Carnival Corporation and CSSC, took place today at the Shanghai shipyard. (more…)

Carnival plan to resume U.S. cruises on Dec. 1 remains on track after judge’s ruling

Carnival Corporation & plc  (logo)The company, on probation since 2017 after pleading guilty to dumping oil into the ocean for several years, will have to attest to the environmental protection status of each of the company’s cruise ships 30 days before they reenter U.S. waters to restart cruises, according to the order from U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of Florida Patricia Seitz. (miamiherald.com)


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Carnival Corporation & plc Provides a Business Update

Carnival Corporation & plc  (logo)Carnival Corporation & plc President and Chief Executive Officer Arnold Donald noted, “We have come full circle from initiating a suspension in the early days of the pandemic, to transitioning the fleet into a pause status, right sizing our organization and, now, embarking on the phased resumption of guest operations, underway in two of our world leading cruise brands, Costa in Italy and AIDA in Germany”. (more…)

For Carnival 1920 ‘Death on the High Seas Act’ Curbs Coronavirus Damages

Carnival Corp. is poised to dramatically curb monetary damages for passengers killed by the coronavirus under the latest court decision to side with the company. If a ruling Monday by a Los Angeles federal judge is followed by others, it could offer the cruise line something of a safe harbor under the Death on the High Seas Act. (insurancejournal.com)

Carnival Corporation Releases 2019 Annual Sustainability Report

Carnival Corporation & plc  (logo)Carnival Corporation & plc today released its 10th annual sustainability report, developed in accordance to the high standards of the Global Reporting Initiative. Titled “Sustainability from Ship to Shore,” the report is available on the company’s newly redesigned sustainability website at www.CarnivalSustainability.com. (more…)

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