Carnival Increases Travel Advisor Ship Tours, Seminars at Sea

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Carnival Cruise Line reports that, for 2020, it is increasing its number of ship tours for travel advisors by 25 percent to 200 – covering all 27 ships in the Carnival fleet – and nearly doubling its seminar at sea sailings to 17. 

With the introduction of the totally renovated Carnival Radiance this summer, Carnival will wrap up a decadelong $2 billion fleet-enhancement program that has touched every Carnival ship. While tours will be focused on the newest products — Carnival Panorama in early 2020, Carnival Radiance in the summer and Mardi Gras in the fall — visits will be hosted on every ship, Carnival said.

Ship tours are offered free of charge and include lunch on board. They are hosted by a Carnival business development manager or director who conducts a guided tour of staterooms, public rooms and deck areas. Specially priced seminars at sea provide agents an opportunity to cruise and attend onboard training sessions while sailing as a guest and experiencing shipboard activities, facilities and amenities. 

Advisors interested in taking a tour or seminar should register at GoCCL.com or contact their Carnival business development manager.

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