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Carnival Cruise Line

"The Fun Ships"


"The Fun Ships"- that is exactly what the Carnival ships are. More affordable cruises, lots of neon lights, not that much elegance and formal atmosphere. Carnival is catering towards younger passengers and the main objective aboard the vessels is party, party and party again. That makes Carnival the richest cruise line in the world (the company owns also Holland America Cruise Line, Costa Cruises, Seabourn Cruise Line, Cunard Line and Windstar Cruises) which operate independently as separate brands and target a more upscale clientele).
What can employees expect from Carnival? Slightly lower salaries and somewhat lower standards when selecting candidates comparing to most of the other major cruise lines. Carnival crew members are like their clientele, they like to party and most of them believe that the more "loose" atmosphere and the presence of younger passengers makes up for the slightly lower salaries.


Fleet and itineraries:

Carnival Victory: Registry-Panama, built 2000, 101.509 gross tons, 2.758 passengers, 1.100 crew members.
Itineraries: Eastern/Western Caribbean, Eastern Canada,
sailing from Miami.
 
     
Carnival Triumph: Registry-Panama, built 1999, 101.509
gross tons, 2.758 passengers, 1.100 crew members.
Itineraries: Eastern/Western Caribbean, sailing from Miami.
 
     
Carnival Destiny: Registry-Panama, built 1996, 101.353
gross tons, 2.642 passengers, 1.050 crew members.
Itineraries: Eastern/Southern/Western Caribbean, sailing
from Miami.
 
     
Ecstasy: Registry-Liberia, built 1991, 70.367 gross tons,
2.052 passengers, 920 crew members.
Itineraries: Bahamas, Western Caribbean, sailing from Miami.
 
     
Fantasy: , built 1990, 70.367 gross tons,
2.052 passengers, 920 crew members.
Itineraries: Bahamas, sailing from Port Canaveral.
 
     
Tropicale: Registry-Liberia, built 1981, 36.674 gross tons,1.022
passengers; 550 crew members.
Itineraries: Western Caribbean, sailing from Tampa.
 
     
Imagination: Registry-Panama, built 1995, 70.367 gross tons,
2.052 passengers, 920 crew members.
Itineraries: Western Caribbean, sailing from Miami.
 
     
Holiday: Registry-Panama, built 1985, 46.052 gross tons, 1,452
passengers, 660 crew members.
Itineraries: Baja Mexico, sailing from Los Angeles.
 
     
Elation: Registry-Panama, built 1998, 70.367 gross tons,
2.052 passengers, 920 crew members.
Itineraries: Mexican Riviera, sailing from Los Angeles.
 
     
Paradise: Registry-Panama, built 1998, 70.367 gross tons, 2.052 passengers, 920 crew members.
Itineraries: Eastern/Western Caribbean, sailing from Miami.
 
     
Sensation: Registry-Panama, built 1993, 70.367 gross tons, 2.052 passengers, 920 crew members.
Itineraries: Western Caribbean, sailing from Tampa.
 
     
Fascination: Registry-Panama, built 1994, 70.367 gross tons, 2.052 passengers, 920 crew members.
Itineraries: Southern Caribbean, sailing from San Juan.
 
     
Inspiration: Registry-Panama, built 1994, 70.367 gross tons, 2.052 passengers, 920 crew members.
Itineraries: Southern Caribbean, sailing from San Juan.
 
     
Celebration: Registry-Liberia, built 1987, 47.262 gross tons, 1.486 passengers, 670 crew members.
Itineraries: Western Caribbean, sailing from New Orleans.
 
     
Jubilee: Registry-Panama, built 1986, 47.262 gross tons, 1.486 passengers, 670 crew members.
Itineraries: Panama Canal, Caribbean, Alaska.
 


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