Queen Mary and CCL Extend Trips

Cunard Line and Carnival Cruise Lines announced extended series on their cruise ships for 2007 and 2008. Cunard's 12 trips include 10-day voyages to the Caribbean from New York City, two 13-day Panama and the Caribbean voyages and a 14-day Caribbean Celebration voyage. Meanwhile, Carnival Cruise Lines is expanding its previously announced program of seven-day, four-port "Exotic Eastern Caribbean" voyages from Miami on the Carnival Triumph. Carnival's cruises originally were scheduled to be offered every other week from April through August 2007; however, now the itinerary will switch from every other week to weekly beginning August 25, 2007. Visit [www.cunard.com] or [www.carnival.com].

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