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Top global scientists and health experts shared latest facts, science-based insights and best practices at the WTTC/Carnival Corporation Global Scientific Summit on COVID-19

Carnival Corporation & plc  (logo)More than 17,000 people from around the world signed up to participate in the WTTC/Carnival Corporation Global Scientific Summit on COVID-19 last week to hear directly from 12 renowned public health experts and scientists, sharing their knowledge and the latest evidence-based practices related to the prevention, detection and mitigation of COVID-19. (more…)

Carnival Corporation Delivers Two Retired Cruise Ships for Responsible Recycling in Turkey

Carnival Fantasy entering in Aliaga to be scrap (CCL MIAMI BLOG)

Carnival Corporation & plc today announced agreements with maritime reclamation and recycling specialists EGE CELIK and SIMSEKLER to responsibly dismantle and recycle two retired ships scheduled to leave its fleet (Carnival Fantasy and Carnival Inspiration). (more…)

Donald: Less Efficient Ships To Rotate Out of Fleet

Carnival Corporation & plc  (logo)Thirteen ships are set to leave the Carnival Corporation fleet as the world’s largest cruise company accelerates the withdrawals of less efficient vessels that were already scheduled to find new homes.“It’s not very complicated. Look, a number of ships would be rotating out over time anyway,” said CEO Arnold Donald, in an interview with Cruise Industry News. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

Carnival cruise ship named for demolition amid Covid-19 crisis

The Costa VictoriaA major cruise liner with only 23 years of service has been earmarked for the scrap heap amid a coronavirus-driven downturn for the leisure shipping industry. Following an announcement by cruise giant Carnival Corporation that it expects to remove several vessels from its fleet, it’s emerged that one of these could be the Costa Victoria, a 2,394-passenger capacity ship that debuted in 1996. (edition.cnn.com)

Carnival Corporation to sell six cruise ships as bookings dry up

Carnival Corporation & plc  (logo)Carnival suffered losses of $4.4bn (£3.6bn) in three months, as the cruise company’s business was all but sunk by the Covid-19 pandemic. Revenues dropped to $700m from $4.8bn for the same March-May period in 2019, as bookings dried up and the corporation’s cruise lines suspended sailings after severe outbreaks onboard its ships. (theguardian.com)


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Noted Maritime Lawyer Robert J. Mongeluzzi Says Carnival Cruise Line’s CEO “Seems More Concerned About His Sinking Stock Price Than Human Life” As Company “Rushes To Relaunch Beleaguered Fleet”

Robert J. Mongeluzzi, the noted maritime trial lawyer whose team has represented passenger-victims in maritime disasters on vessels ranging from death-trap duck boats and unsafe dive boats to luxury cruise ships, today (April 16) said the Carnival Cruise Line leadership “seems more concerned about the company’s sinking stock price than human life” as it “rushes to relaunch its fleet amid the raging COVID-19 pandemic.” (more…)


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Donald: Carnival Prepared for ‘Worst Case’ Scenario

Carnival Corporation & plc  (logo)Arnold Donald, CEO of Carnival Corporation, addressed the media on a conference call on Thursday afternoon. Highlights: Donald said recent fundraising efforts from Carnival Corporation has prepared the company for a “worst case scenario,” meaning capital to operate for some time without revenue. (cruiseindustrynews.com)


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