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Carnival Elation Making Port Canaveral Home Port

Port Canaveral will be the homeport for Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Elation as they launch a new year-round schedule of four- and five-day cruises beginning May 12, 2019. Carnival announced today that the newly renovated ship will encompass four-day “long weekend” cruises departing Thursdays to Freeport and Nassau and five-day voyages departing …

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Royal Caribbean Mega Ship Coming to Port Canaveral in 2019

Royal Caribbean International announced earlier this week that it would be bringing a new Mega Ship – Harmony of the Seas – to Port Canaveral in May 2019. The ship will be based in Port Canaveral and will offer passengers seven-night cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean. Harmony of …

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Two of the World’s Largest Cruise Ships Now Calling Port Canaveral ‘Home’

Port Canaveral will welcome two of the world’s largest cruise ships to its homeported fleet this November; Royal Caribbean International’s Oasis of the Seas and Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Epic will be calling Port Canaveral “home.” Oasis of the Seas Starting on Nov. 5, Royal Caribbean International’s Oasis of the …

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Three Disney Cruise Ships Coming to Port Canaveral in 2018

Disney Cruise Lines, one of the world’s most famous cruise lines, will base three ships in Port Canaveral in 2018, from January through May, according to an article by FloridaToday.com. Meet the Cruise Ships: Disney Fantasy: The 4,000-passenger Disney cruise ship will continue its seven-night voyage through the Eastern and …

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New Cruise Ship Arrives in Port Canaveral

Stream catfish yellowhead jawfish; longnose chimaera peamouth bowfin duckbill eel California halibut. Longnose dace yellowfin surgeonfish! River stingray marblefish, torpedo slimy sculpin, “sea toad kaluga whiff,” sawtooth eel. Barreleye swamp-eel midshipman California smoothtongue frogfish longnose whiptail catfish; rock cod. Whiptail gulper snipe eel Antarctic cod bigeye bonito, marblefish bull shark …

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