In 1972, Carnival Cruise Line came to life with one ship – “Mardi Gras” – and today, Carnival Cruise Line is best known as “The Fun Ships” and is one of the cruise brands under the umbrella of Carnival Corporation – World’s Leading Cruise Lines. (Remember the television commercials starring spokesperson Kathie Lee?)
Carnival has evolved over the years and today with a fleet of 26 ships, it has the most home port options in the industry and carries more children (and seniors) than any other cruise line.
Carnival continues to bring exclusive onboard partnerships at sea with – “Dr. Suess” ; “Guy Fieri’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que ; IMAX & “Thrill” theater – and so much more.
Christina Schutz, Business Development Manager for Carnival – and “Newman”, host of BOB 94.9 FM’s Morning Show – will be my in studio guests Saturday morning, June 29th, from 11am-12pm on “Let’s Talk Travel with AAA” on WHP580.
“Newman” will be hosting a 7-Night Exotic Western Caribbean Cruise, March 6-14, 2020 round trip Miami – including roundtrip air ; all transfers ; Pre-Cruise overnight hotel in Miami ; seven nights aboard Carnival’s “Conquest” ; special cocktail party and so much more at a fantastic price.
Other show highlights include an overview of the fleet ; New York & Baltimore sailings ; accommodations ; onboard dining and activities – plus listener questions.
Last summer, I treated my two granddaughters and we cruised round trip NYC aboard Carnival’s “Horizon” and it was one of my favorite - and most laugh-out-loud, crazy-busy and very fun sailings. (and I’ve been on 129 cruises!) In fact, we had so much fun, we’re going to be aboard the newly enhanced Carnival “Sunrise” , again round trip to Bermuda from NYC – later this summer – and I can’t wait!
If you’re looking to take a family cruise or want an easy drive-to port departure – it’s time to check out all the fun aboard Carnival Cruise Line. And - if you’re interested in cruising with “Newman” March 6-14, 2020 – be sure to contact your local AAA travel adviser today.
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