Carnival Cruise Line named MOST TRUSTED AMERICAN CRUISE LINE
Carnival Cruise Line named MOST TRUSTED AMERICAN CRUISE LINE
Three new televisions shows will air this fall in the United States, each focusing on the global cruising experience. The half hour shows will air starting October 1, just in advance of wave season.
The settings for the shows will be the cruise lines owned by Carnival Corporation with a guest role by P&O Cruises Australia.
On ABC, Ocean Treks With Jeff Corwin will take viewers on adventures, including zip lining through a rainforest.
On NBC, The Voyager With Josh Garcia will introduce viewers to the offerings of ports around the world.
The CW Television Network will offer Vacation Creation with hosts Tommy Davidson and Andrea Feczko treat families in need to unique cruise vacations.
Carnival CEO Arnold Donald said in a news release, "We are excited to launch our first original TV programs and to share compelling content and stories with millions of people."
"We have taken great care to develop TV shows that we believe families and people of all ages will truly enjoy watching, with interesting stories, charismatic hosts and spectacular video, showing how much fun people have traveling the world by ocean on our fleet of more than 100 cruise ships.
The shows will also help dispel outdated myths about cruising and expose a much broader consumer audience to why cruising is the fastest-growing segment of the vacation industry."
All of the Carnival brands will be highlighted in the three shows and a fourth one is planned for prime time cable networks in 2017.
SECOND CREWMEMBER DIES
An accident on the Norwegian Breakaway that resulted in four crewmen falling during a safety drill on July 20 has claimed a second life.
Ben Buenaventura, of the Philippines had been in the intensive care unit of Jackson Memorial Hospital in Florida since the incident where a lifeboat came off the vessel.
Previously Diogenes Carpio, also from the Philippines died after a serious head injury and broken bones.
A fuel leak is the suspected cause of a fire in an engine room aboard the Emerald Princess sailing from Southampton to Las Palmas. Flames and thick smoke were extinguished when the crew initiated CO2 firefighting system after stopping two generators. There are no reports of injuries or serious damage to the ship.
STORM DELAYS BUT NO DETOURS
Rhapsody of the Seas was sailing from Corfu to Santorini when it got caught in a storm. Passengers were asked to stay in their cabins until the weather conditions improved and although there were no injuries there were damages to the ship.
Twelve of the Panorama windows in the Viking Crown Lounge on Deck 11 and a glass surface on the pool deck were broken.
“Rhapsody of the Seas encountered sudden strong winds for a brief period of time”, said the director of global corporate communications for Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, Cynthia Martinez.
“The ship sustained some minor damage to public areas, but is safe and fully operational. Weather conditions have improved throughout the day.”
The ship successfully resumed her voyage to Santorini later that day.
CLEAN UP YOUR ACT
A partnership between The Canaveral Port Authority Environmental Department, Carnival Cruise Line and SeaWorld resulted in a beautified Brevard County. One hundred volunteers took part in Keep Brevard Beautiful for the International Coastal Cleanup that took place last Saturday at Jetty Park.
MOST TRUSTED AMERICAN CRUISE LINE
Reader’s Digest has named carnival Cruise Line ‘Most Trusted Cruise Line in America’ for the second consecutive year. The results of a poll of more than 5,000 Americans were asked to rate products they trust across 40 different categories in areas such as quality, value, and reliability.
In the cruise category Carnival received more votes than any other cruise line. The awards are featured in the October issue of Reader's Digest.
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