Tag: Port Canaveral

News, Princess

Princess to regularly sail from Port Canaveral for the first time ever

The Love Boat is coming to Central Florida! Princess Cruises, the brand behind the iconic classic show “The Love Boat”, will be regularly sailing out of Port Canaveral starting in fall 2024. Starting Nov.27, 2024, the 3,140-passenger Caribbean Princess will sail four to 14-day cruises out of Port Canaveral in Central Florida...

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News, Royal Caribbean, Themed Cruises

Boldly go on a Star Trek cruise, it’s almost sold out!

Star Trek has become even more popular in the last few years with new shows featuring new and old cast members on Paramount+. If you book soon, you too can boldly go on a ship with some of the crew. Cruise ship, not starship, yet! Sail on Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas out of …...

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MSC, News, Trip Reports, Videos

Our tour of the MSC Divina at Port Canaveral

The MSC Divina departed from Port Canaveral last week on Sept. 16. It was MSC Cruises first of many ongoing 3-, 4-, and 7-day cruises from the Central Florida port. We were invited to tour the ship.

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Carnival, Trip Reports, Videos

Trip Report: First day on the Carnival ‘Mardi Gras’

Carnival Cruise Line invited us to sail on their newest ship, the “Mardi Gras”. It’s a seven day sailing and the first ship to sail out of Port Canaveral since the pandemic stopped all cruising in 2020. Here’s how our first day, July 31, 2021, on the Carnival ‘Mardi Gras’ went.
Top photo by @Bioreconstruct on Twitter.

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Caribbean, Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean announces it’s Holiday Season cruises

Royal Caribbean International announced new Caribbean cruises for Explorer of the Seas from November 2014 through early January 2015. After eight consecutive years dedicated to the New York metropolitan area with year-round sailings from Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne, N.J., Explorer of the Seas will redeploy to Port Canaveral,...

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Carnival, Ports

Carnival offers new four- and five-day cruises from Port Canaveral

By Jackie Roseboom Carnival Cruise Lines will launch the cruise industry’s only four- and five-day Caribbean trips from Port Canaveral with the Carnival Ecstasy. She departed Nov. 7 on a five-day sold-out cruise to Nassau, Freeport and the private Bahamian island of Half Moon Cay — the first of 78 annual cruises from the Space...

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Caribbean, Carnival, Ports

Carnival bolsters Canaveral sailings

By Michael Coleman Carnival is poised to add another ship, year round, at Port Canaveral. The 2,052-passenger Carnival Ecstasy will operate four- and five-day Bahamas cruises from the Space Coast beginning Nov. 7, 2011. The move further bolsters Carnival’s position as Port Canaveral’s largest cruise operator with three, year-round...

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Disney, Ports

Disney’s newest cruise ship arrives at Port Canaveral with fireworks

Photos and video by Joe Moschinger The newest Disney Cruise Line ship, the Disney Dream, sailed into her homeport of Port Canaveral this morning after a 16-night trans-Atlantic voyage from Germany, where it has been under construction for nearly two years. Beginning with a maiden voyage on Jan. 26, the Disney Dream will sail three-,...

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Entertainment, Royal Caribbean

Cruise Guide: How to be ‘The Biggest Loser’ on a cruise

By Matt Roseboom When Becky Davis wasn’t selected to appear on the hit weight loss television show The Biggest Loser, she decided to arrange a cruise. No, not to eat her problems away, but to help others get some weight loss advice from former contestants of the show. Although not an official The Biggest Loser …...

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Caribbean, Ports, Royal Caribbean

Freedom of the Seas starts sailing from Port Canaveral today

As originally posted on: OrlandoSentinel.com A new era in cruising begins today at Port Canaveral. Royal Caribbean International’s 160,000-ton Freedom of the Seas is scheduled to arrive at the Brevard County seaport this morning to begin seven-night Caribbean sailings. Royal Caribbean says Freedom, which debuted in June 2006 and...

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