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San Diego: Strong Uptick in Cruise Traffic

After a near decade-long hiatus, Carnival Cruise Line will be back in San Diego for a seasonal deployment starting in December. “They were drawing quite a few passengers from San Diego (to Long Beach) and you want to capitalize on those markets; we have a strong drive up market,” said Adam Deaton, senior account trade representative. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Carnival, HAL and Princess Honor Top Travel Agents at the World’s Leading Cruise Lines Excellence Awards 2018 in San Diego

Carnival Corporation’s three largest North American cruise brands and the top cruise retail organizations, travel agencies and agents from across the continent gathered in San Diego, California, last night for the presentation of the World’s Leading Cruise Lines Excellence Awards 2018. (more…)

Carnival Cruise Line Hosts ‘Humor for Heroes’ Event at Naval Base Point Loma In San Diego

Carnival Cruise Line – which carries more active and retired military personnel than any other cruise operator – last night (28 June) partnered with Operation Homefront to honor the brave men and women of the Armed Forces to host “Humor for Heroes” at Naval Base Point Loma in San Diego featuring stand-up comedy performances, BBQ, fun activities and more. (more…)

San Diego Seeing Cruise Uptick

San Diego“We’re seeing an overall increase, with 96 calls projected for 2018-2019 compared to 83 this season, and the projection is that it will keep growing at 5 to 8 percent a year in passenger numbers,” said Adam Deaton, senior account trade representative at the Port of San Diego. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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San Diego Expecting Larger Cruise Season

The Port of San Diego is preparing to welcome 83 cruise calls during the 2017-2018 cruise season, the port announced, with a wide variety of itineraries visiting this inspiring destination. This season Holland America Line remains a strong presence on San Diego Bay along with continued growth from Disney Cruise Line. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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