Royal Caribbean Dropping DreamWorks Experience on Cruise Ships
Royal Caribbean has issued an update on their family programming and the cruise line will no longer offer the DreamWorks Experience on the nine cruise ships where the program is currently offered. This change goes into effect beginning with April 2019 sailings. The DreamWorks ice skating show and DreamWorks AquaTheater show on Allure of the Seas will be replaced with family- friendly shows designed by the award- winning teams at Royal Caribbean Productions. The sail away party and Royal Promenade parade, on select ships, will be replaced with original parties and programming. The cruise line posted the following message in
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Think getting your house decorated for Christmas is stressful? Imagine the work required to transform the 26 ships in the Carnival Cruise Line fleet into holiday showcases. During a recent visit to the Carnival Elation, I got a first-hand look at what it takes to deck the halls of a single vessel… as well as […]
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Carnival Cruise Line has announced their cruise ship deployments for cruises to Alaska and Hawaii in 2020. Carnival is moving Carnival Legend out of Alaska and the ship will be replaced by Carnival Spirit. Cruises on Carnival Spirit to Alaska in 2020 are also now open for booking. Carnival Spirit, a 2,124 passenger cruise ship, will offer 18 seven-day Alaska cruises, as well as two eight-day voyages and a nine-day departure, from the Port of Seattle beginning in April through September 2020. Seven-day Glacier Route voyages run May 5 through September 1, 2020 and include stops at Skagway, Juneau and
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