The first new Carnival Cruise Line® ship to be based on the West Coast in 20 years sets sail in December 2019 from Los Angeles.
The newest Celebrity Cruises ship is in a class of its own, with a first-at-sea climbing Magic Carpet platform and modern sophistication throughout.
The enhanced private island destination in the Bahamas will feature the tallest water slide in North America and the first overwater cabanas in the Bahamas.
The Carnival Triumph will get a bow-to-stern makeover in Spring 2019 and will reemerge as the Carnival Sunrise and sailing seasonally from three home ports.
Every Paul Gauguin voyage includes fine dining, exceptional services, complimentary watersports, select wines and spirits and airfare from Los Angeles.
Celebrity's new ship features a Magic Carpet platform that climbs the decks and transforms from embarkation station to pool deck to specialty restaurant.
Norwegian Cruise Line® will update and reposition the Norwegian Joy to offer 7-night Inside Passage sailings in Alaska starting in April 2019.
The 26th ship in the Carnival Cruise Line fleet is the ultimate seagoing playground, with bikes in the sky, twisting water slides and an IMAX® theater.
The Norwegian Breakaway will arrive at its new home port in November 2018 and will be the newest and largest ship to sail from New Orleans.
The artful Nieuw Statendam, sister ship of the popular Koningsdam, arrives in December to offer Caribbean sailings from Fort Lauderdale through April 2019.