An Informative Guide to Caribbean Cruise Ships!


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An Informative Guide to Caribbean Cruise Ships!

  1. 1. ==== ====For more Fun and Cost Saving Caribbean Cruise Information and Tips, go to: ====Cruise LinesLets take a look at the following major cruise lines that sail to the Caribbean:oCarnival Cruise LinesoPrincess Cruises (Carnival Cruise Affiliate)oNorwegian Cruise LineoRoyal Caribbean Cruise LinesCarnival Cruise LinesCarnival Cruise Lines was founded in 1972 by Ted Arison and is currently a branded divisionwithin Carnival Corporation & plc. Carnival Corporation owns a number of different cruiselines including Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, Cunard Line, Costa Cruises, WindstarCruises and the Yachts of Seabourn.Carnival Cruise Lines is branded as the "Fun Ships" and is known for their Las Vegasdécor and entertainment. Carnival currently owns 8 different classes of ships that sail fromMiami to the Caribbean throughout the year.Princess CruisesPrincess Cruises became famous when the "Love Boat", a television sitcom that aired in the mid-seventies, featured the Pacific Princess as the "Love Boat". Princess Cruises is known for givingits passengers the freedom to choose from a wide range of flexible onboard facilities, amenitiesand services.Princess fleet offers one of the highest percentages of balcony cabins in the industry. Princessoffers cruises from Miami to the Caribbean throughout the year.Norwegian Cruise LineNorwegian Cruise Lines (NCL) was founded in 1966 by Knut Kloster and Ted Arison. NCL wasthe first to combine air-sea program which combined low cost air fares with cruise and it was thefirst cruise line to develop new ports in the Caribbean including Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
  2. 2. Here is a list of interesting firsts for NCL:oThe First Caribbean cruiseoThe First private island - Great Stirrup CayoThe First alternative restaurantoThe First Internet café at seaoThe First to offer childrens programsoThe First "Dive-In" snorkeling program offering equipment, instruction and snorkeling excursionsto the best snorkeling sights around the worldoThe First major U.S. cruise line to offer passengers the true freedom delivered by "FreestyleCruising"oThe First to offer cell phone and WiFi service fleetwideoThe First bowling alley at seaNCL ships sail from Miami to the Caribbean throughout the year.Royal CaribbeanRoyal Caribbean Cruise Lines has introduced several innovating ships over the past several yearsincluding a line of ships that have a climbing wall for your entertainment and another ship whereyou can learn how to surf. Royal Caribbean currently has 20 ships in service and one underconstruction.Royal Caribbean Cruise Line was founded in 1968 by Anders Wilhelmsen & Company.Today, Royal Caribbean owns some of the largest cruise ships in the world:oVoyager Class ShipsoAdventure of the SeasoExplorer of the SeasoMariner of the SeasoNavigator of the SeasoVoyager of the SeasoFreedom Class Ships
  3. 3. oFreedom of the SeasoLiberty of the SeasoIndependence of the SeasoGenesis ClassoComing in 2009Royal Caribbean sails from Miami to the Caribbean throughout the year.Additional Major Caribbean Cruise Lines to Consider:oCelebrityoCunardoHolland AmericaoNorwegian Cruise LineCruising with Royal Caribbean, NCL, Princess, or Carnival Cruise Line is an inexpensive way tovisit multiple Caribbean Islands. I hope to see you on a Caribbean Cruise in the near future.Article Source: ====For more Fun and Cost Saving Caribbean Cruise Information and Tips, go to: ====