Carnival Cruise Lines Headed to South America
In the cruise industry Carnival Cruise Lines are the 7-million pound monster. You can hardly go to a port of call in North America and the Caribbean without coming upon at least one Carnival cruise ship. They are everywhere.
The cruise monster has no intention of resting on its considerable laurels. Carnival Cruise Lines will begin sailing to South America in 2009. What this means to you, fair reader, is that you will have another cruising option to places like Buenos Aires, Argentina and Santiago, Chile. That option will inevitably include Carnival’s traditionally low rates.
It will also mean a spot on the mammoth 113,300-ton Carnival Splendor, which will include 68 spa staterooms, a 5,500-square-foot children’s play area and all of the latest technological amenities like wi-fi and LED screens. The ship has room for 3,006 guests and it features a design unlike any other on the sea.
The Splendor will have her maiden voyage in July 2008 and in addition to the 14-day, 17-day and 18-day trips to South America it will visit Europe and the Caribbean.
You can get more information about the trips and see all kind of pictures of the ship by visiting the Carnival Web site.