The accolades keep rolling in for Carnival Cruise Lines, which recently earned “Best Domestic Cruise Line” honors in a reader survey from Travel Trade magazine, which caters to the travel agent community.
Readers of this highly regarded trade publication recognized Carnival for providing a superior cruise vacation experience to its guests.
Carnival’s domestic cruise offerings include three- to eight-day voyages to the Caribbean, Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, New England and Bermuda departing from 17 North American homeports – the most in cruising.
In addition to a 22-vessel fleet that is the largest in the cruise industry, Carnival has two new 130,000-ton ships scheduled to enter service between now and 2011. The first of those, Carnival Dream, launches year-round seven-day Caribbean service from Port Canaveral, Fla., Dec. 12, following a series of voyages from Europe and New York.