Good Cruise News from Carnival Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean International, and More
5 minutes read May 6th, 2021
Dear cruise lovers, we continue to share a good
flash with you. Moreover, many exciting things are going on in the cruise world. Life just moves forward, despite everything. So let us check several inspiring cruise events that have recently taken place. Are you ready?
Carnival Cruise Line and PortMiami broke ground on Terminal F on January 29, 2021. It will serve as a homeport for Carnival's future member, Carnival Celebration. The liner intends to join her fleet in 2022.
On February 1, 2021, MSC Cruises took delivery of its newest addition, the MSC Virtuosa cruise ship. The ceremony took place at Chantiers de l’Atlantique in Saint Nazaire, France. The cruise line's new flagship is going to spend her inaugural season in Northern Europe.
Source: MSC Cruises
At the end of winter, P&O Cruises unveiled the name for its next cruise ship and cut the first steel for her. P&O Arvia is scheduled to join the company's fleet in December 2022. By the way, the new cruise ship will feature Altitude Skywalk, a unique high ropes experience.
On International Women's day, Virgin Voyages announced the name and itineraries for its third liner. Resilient Lady will take her guests to the Greek Islands and Dubrovnik, Croatia and Kotor, Montenegro.
Discovery Princess, the Princess Cruises' new cruise ship, floated out at Fincantieri's shipyard in Monfalcone on March 18, 2021. The vessel is set to debut in November 2021. Well, she is almost ready.
Pacific Princess will join other R-class ships in Azamara Cruises' fleet. The liner was sold to Sycamore Partners that has recently bought Azamara. By the way, Azamara already announced that its new member would sail under the name of Azamara Onward.
On April 8, 2021, Disney Cruise Line celebrated the traditional keel-laying and coin ceremony for its upcoming addition, Disney Wish. And a couple of weeks later, the company unveiled details for its newest member.
Source: Disney Cruise Line
Viking took delivery of Viking Venus. After a ceremony at Fincantieri’s shipyard in Ancona, Italy, she departed toward the United Kingdom, where she will be officially named on May 17, 2021. Two sisters, Viking Venus and Viking Sea
New ships, new ports, new itineraries, new adventures. Everything will fall into place soon. We believe in it.
Stay brave and positive. Stay safe and healthy. Stay tuned.