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Carnival Corp.’s new ships to break passenger capacity record

American registered, multinational cruise company Carnival Corp. announced that four ships of its new fleet will break the current record for passenger capacity, according to the Miami Herald on June 15.

Carnival Corp. chairman Micky Arison noted that this announcement was unorthodox for the company, but they released the information since their boats would support the greatest number of passengers in the world. The boats would be able to carry 6,600 passengers.

Arison added that the new vessels’ design would make sure that each space would be fully utilized.

Two of the new megaships will be joining the AIDA fleet – which caters to the German market – by 2019 and 2020. As for the other two, they will either join the AIDA or the Italian cruises – the Costa Cruises.

Get legal counsel, assistance, or representation from our attorneys at Louis A. Vucci, P.A., if you or a member of your party has sustained any injuries or encountered any form of negligence while aboard a cruise ship by calling our offices at (786) 375-0344.

Carnival Corp. introduces social responsibility brand

Cruise company Carnival Corp. launched a tenth brand called “fathom” on June 4 marketed towards social responsibility, according to the Miami Herald.

The new cruise – although the company is hesitant to even call it that – will feature much of the usual cruise activities, such as wind surfing or hiking, but now passengers also have the chance to plant cacao, manufacture chocolate with and for a women’s cooperative, work with volunteer educators to teach English to children and adults alike, and build water filtration systems – all while traveling in Carnival’s ship.

According to research made by the company, it is highly likely that the fathom customer base will focus on three key groups: older millennials who possess disposable income, older adults who want to devote their time and not just their money to a cause, and families with children aged eight and above who want to spend a meaningful family vacation together.

If anything goes wrong on your cruise and you or a loved one suffers from injury or negligence, the legal team at the Louis A. Vucci, P.A., may help you pursue restitution from those responsible. Call us at (786) 375-0344 today to learn more.

Cruise execs set initiatives for advancement

To be successful in today’s market cruise line, CEOs underlined the importance of adapting and sometimes taking tips from one another, industry executives said in Thursday, September 19 panel discussion with travel agents at the Hyatt Regency Miami. The heads of Miami-based Royal Caribbean Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line, and Viking Cruises talked about onboard experiences and the importance of travel agents for cruise passengers when choosing a particular cruise line, among issues.

Royal Caribbean and Norwegian said cruise liners can cash in on the influx of passengers with amenities directed towards not merely the cruise-paying adult audience, but also to their children and parents/grandparents.

Viking Cruises chairman Tor Hagen said their company will have two ocean-going ships in 2015 and 2016 to complement their nearly three-dozen river-cruising vessels. As incentive to their passengers, the company will provide wine and beer, some shore tours, and access to specialty restaurants.

Despite the actions that some cruise lines are taking, innocent passengers continue to be seriously injured while on cruises. If this has happened to you or a loved one, call the attorneys from the Louis A. Vucci, P.A., at (786) 375-0344 today. We might be able to help you file a claim against the cruise ship or other party responsible.