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What other ship lines do Carnival cruises own?
In addition to the Carnival line, Carnival Corporation also owns Holland America Line, Princess Cruises and Seabourn Cruise Line in North America; P&O Cruises, Cunard Line and Ocean Village in the United Kingdom; AIDA in Germany; Costa Cruises in southern Europe; Iberocruceros in Spain; and P&O Cruises in Australia.
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Yes. It, along with Princess, Holland America, Cunard, and Costa, are all owned by Carnival corporation.
Carnival comprises eleven individual cruise line brands operating a combined fleet of over 100 ships. Here are the different brands and their respective countries. … AIDA Cruises, Germany Carnival Cruise Lines, United States Costa Cruises, Italy Cunard Line, United Kingdom Holland America Line, United States Ibero Cruises, Spain P&O Cruises, United Kingdom P&O Cruises Australia, Australia Princess Cruises, United States Seabourn Cruise Line, United States
No, and it wouldn't be Carnival Cruise lines, it would be Carnival Corporation Plc. which is the company that owns cruise lines like Cunard, Holland America, and Princess Crui…ses. Royal Caribbean International is their own company. Them and Carnival Corporation Plc. are the two most competitive cruise companies in the world.
No! Carnival and RCL are major competitors. Carnival are currently the largest cruise ship company in the world and RCL are second.
Nope! (Thank goodness). It is owned by Disney Corporation which is based in Florida.
Royal Caribbean and Carnival are major competitors. It is doubtful that either owns any stock in the other. Both are publicly traded companies, and neither reports the other a…s a significant shareholder. Royal Caribbean owns Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Cruises. Carnival owns Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, Costa Cruises, and Cunard among others.
The Carnival corporation owns the following cruise lines (as of 8/1/2013): AIDA Carnival Costa Cunard Holland America Line Ibero Cruceros… P&O Cruises P&O Cruises Australia Princess
A Carnival Cruise Line ship has never sunk but there have been some notable mishaps. On the maiden voyage of the only ship in the "Golden Fleet", the "Mardi Gras" ran aground …and was delayed. Shortly thereafter, the ship's slot machines were raided to get money to buy fuel so the ship could continue its cruise. In 1989 the "Celebration" collided with a disabled Cuban cement hauling freighter, slicing it in half, with loss of three lives. The Celebration returned to port with bow damage. There have been several other incidents involving "bumps" into other ships (e.g. - Royal Caribbean "Enchantment of the Seas in 2009) and docks (e.g. - St. Kitts in January 2010) but a ship bearing Carnival's name has never sunk.
The Mardi Gras, which actually ran aground during its maiden voyage
It depends on what you call "best". The newer ships are deffinitley what you call better, but they are a lot more money. The ones built in 2005, 2006, 2007 are still fairly ne…w and still loads of fun! Older one's seem to be more, not as well as the newer in my opinion, but I'm thirteen, so it's just how it is for me. I would say the Legend and the Glory are very well ships.
carnival splendor 113,000 tons the new dream (out next year) will be 130,000 tons
None. It is owned 50% by Appolo Management, and 50% by The Genting Group of Asia. The Genting Group owns Star Cruises of Asia. Appolo Management owns Oceania Cruises, and Rege…nt Seven Seas Cruises in Full.
Definetly not. Its owned by the Carnival Corporation which also owns around 6 other cruise line companys such as P&O, Costa, Seabourn and Princess.
Carnival Cruise Lines was established in 1972, their first ship was "Empress of Canada" bought from Canadian Pacific and renamed "Mardi Gras".