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Our 26th Annual Super Cruise is aboard CARNIVAL BREEZE (Feb 2, 2019), who aced her health examination by scoring a PERFECT 100%. We're steadily taking bookings for 2019 - many cabin categories available but some are already sold ! Book early for your best choices.
(Western Caribbean itinerary sailing from Pt Canaveral, FL - Feb 2 - 9)

A Carnival cruise ship earned a perfect health score this past week
https://cruisefever.net/carnival-cruise-ship-earns-perfect-health-score/

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Carnival Magic debuts at Port Canaveral

Another upgrade to the Magic as they get the ship ready for the Super Cruise.

orlandosentinel.com There's Magic in the sea and barbecue in the air at Port Canaveral. Carnival Magic arrived Wednesday to begin year-round Caribbean sailing with a first for Carnival Cruise Line, the new Guy's Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse designed by Food Network star Guy Fieri. The venue was added as part...

John Heald

I want to share the new complimentary menu we will serve at your Carnival Vista Serenity Decks.

Have a read and let me know if:

A) yes, would definatley enjoy this
B) nope, will walk down and grab myself a Guy's burger or some of the other great choices

Please answer A or B

cheers

apologies for the quality of the photo - it was a Peed Dee F file

OMG !!! My mouth is watering already --- can't wait to sample this menu !!!!!

Guy Fieri is taking our BBQ to the next level! Launching a new authentic smokehouse and barbecue venue called “Guy’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse" aboard our ships! Check it out: carnival.com/guysbbq

Sneak peek of Carnival Magic..... her upgrades & enhancements are nearly done! Makes our 2017 Super Cruise even more appealing !

Good evening

Here are photos of the last minute work being done on the Carnival Magic before she leaves her dry dock complete with her upgrades

Here we see Blue Iguana Cantina and of course Guy's Burger Joint

Excited ?

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Kevin Kelly's first cruise aboard the ss Norway 1984... with Dan Moran, Pat Gallagher, Tony Ahern, Dan Hageman, Kevin Cooney, Dave Lempke, and Mark Moran

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[01/30/12]   The final countdown begins!! On our way to SUPER CRUISE 2012 !!!!

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Cruises Etc shares our feelings......

The Crew at Cruises Etc wants to share our thoughts on the terrible tragedy of the Costa Concordia. As many of you know and can concur because you have sailed with us..... we have hosted many wonderful Super Cruises on Costa ships. We have always felt that they have welcomed us warmly and enthusiastically and have extended their trademark Italian hospitality. When the news broke about the accident we were winding down our Bon Voyage Party for this year's Super Cruise. We absorbed this information with shock, confusion and sympathy. We know so many wonderful people in the Costa family, both shore-side in Florida as well as on the ships. Our hearts ache for them. Inevitably, the questions arose: how did this happen? why did it happen? what's going to happen? etc etc.

First, we want to stress that this one-in-a-billion accident is so unique that it most certainly will never ever ever happen again. We know it wasn't the ship's fault. This terrible thing happened due to the actions of one person. The captain -- who is now in a heap of trouble. We won't get into speculating the ins and outs of the international and maritime legal machines but, suffice to say, this will be a long and complicated process.

Secondly, we want to reassure all of our cruisers and potential cruisers -- how safe and secure cruising is. Those who have experience know this firsthand. We know you understand how much the onboard staff prides themselves on putting your safety and security first. And perhaps, in light of this tragedy, it will bring even more awareness on behalf of both crew and passengers as pertains to overall safety.

Third, and on a more personal note, Joanne (me) is one of the few cruise agents in North America that had the experience of sailing on the Concordia. Due to our long history with Costa and the fact the our Super Cruise group bookings literally put Costa on the map here, they invited me to the Inaugural celebration & christening of the ship in Italy in July 2006. Because the ship had been continually based in Europe, not a whole lot of Americans (travel agents included) had the opportunity to sail on her. This was a fantastic experience and I met many key figures in the entire Carnival/Costa family and, along with other VIP agents, spent some memorable time in Genoa, Portofino and Rome. The evening Naming Ceremony was an extravaganza and I'll treasure it even more in the wake of this tragedy. Regardless of how many ships one sails on, when you have the experience of an Inaugural, you feel somewhat possessive of "your ship" and that's how I feel about the Concordia. I had something that not many others can claim. That's what makes this very sad story way more personal for me.

As many know, we don't only host our Annual Super Cruise.... we do all cruises, all over the world. We have been fortunate to host several Mediterranean Cruises, mainly on Carnival ships. We want to reiterate how confident you can feel about considering a Mediterranean Cruise. There's no better way to see so much of this part of the world than by cruise ship. We've already signed up over 50 people who will be sailing with us this September and will be happy to welcome more! In fact, if there has to be any silver lining after the Concordia accident, it may be that cruise lines will adjust pricing to encourage folks to make the commitment to sail. Our rates have already been favorably effected by this and those booked with us will see a price adjustment. The other reassurances we can give you about sailing on a Carnival ship (in this case, the brand new Breeze) is: English speaking throughout (no need for announcements in multiple languages as the majority of passengers are going to be English speaking. Also, unlike the European based cruise lines that have the ability to embark/debark passengers at every port, our ship will start and end at the same port, with all of the same passengers. This ensures that safety procedures & drills will be conducted as we're accustomed to -- the same afternoon that we board the ship. The comfort and familiarity to be found on a Carnival ship can not be underrated. It's a good feeling to be out and about visiting fascinating foreign ports of call and, at the end of the day, return to your home away from home. It's a very good feeling.

In closing, we want to again say how heavy our hearts are; and that we will continue to support and promote cruising as the BEST VACATION option out there. WE LOVE CRUISING AND SO SHOULD YOU !!!

[01/20/12]   The Crew at Cruises Etc wants to share our thoughts on the terrible tragedy of the Costa Concordia. As many of you know and can concur because you have sailed with us..... we have hosted many wonderful Super Cruises on Costa ships. We have always felt that they have welcomed us warmly and enthusiastically and have extended their trademark Italian hospitality. When the news broke about the accident we were winding down our Bon Voyage Party for this year's Super Cruise. We absorbed this information with shock, confusion and sympathy. We know so many wonderful people in the Costa family, both shore-side in Florida as well as on the ships. Our hearts ache for them. Inevitably, the questions arose: how did this happen? why did it happen? what's going to happen? etc etc.

First, we want to stress that this one-in-a-billion accident is so unique that it most certainly will never ever ever happen again. We know it wasn't the ship's fault. This terrible thing happened due to the actions of one person. The captain -- who is now in a heap of trouble. We won't get into speculating the ins and outs of the international and maritime legal machines but, suffice to say, this will be a long and complicated process.

Secondly, we want to reassure all of our cruisers and potential cruisers -- how safe and secure cruising is. Those who have experience know this firsthand. We know you understand how much the onboard staff prides themselves on putting your safety and security first. And perhaps, in light of this tragedy, it will bring even more awareness on behalf of both crew and passengers as pertains to overall safety.

Third, and on a more personal note, Joanne (me) is one of the few cruise agents in North America that had the experience of sailing on the Concordia. Due to our long history with Costa and the fact the our Super Cruise group bookings literally put Costa on the map here, they invited me to the Inaugural celebration & christening of the ship in Italy in July 2006. Because the ship had been continually based in Europe, not a whole lot of Americans (travel agents included) had the opportunity to sail on her. This was a fantastic experience and I met many key figures in the entire Carnival/Costa family and, along with other VIP agents, spent some memorable time in Genoa, Portofino and Rome. The evening Naming Ceremony was an extravaganza and I'll treasure it even more in the wake of this tragedy. Regardless of how many ships one sails on, when you have the experience of an Inaugural, you feel somewhat possessive of "your ship" and that's how I feel about the Concordia. I had something that not many others can claim. That's what makes this very sad story way more personal for me.

As many know, we don't only host our Annual Super Cruise.... we do all cruises, all over the world. We have been fortunate to host several Mediterranean Cruises, mainly on Carnival ships. We want to reiterate how confident you can feel about considering a Mediterranean Cruise. There's no better way to see so much of this part of the world than by cruise ship. We've already signed up over 50 people who will be sailing with us this September and will be happy to welcome more! In fact, if there has to be any silver lining after the Concordia accident, it may be that cruise lines will adjust pricing to encourage folks to make the commitment to sail. Our rates have already been favorably effected by this and those booked with us will see a price adjustment. The other reassurances we can give you about sailing on a Carnival ship (in this case, the brand new Breeze) is: English speaking throughout (no need for announcements in multiple languages as the majority of passengers are going to be English speaking. Also, unlike the European based cruise lines that have the ability to embark/debark passengers at every port, our ship will start and end at the same port, with all of the same passengers. This ensures that safety procedures & drills will be conducted as we're accustomed to -- the same afternoon that we board the ship. The comfort and familiarity to be found on a Carnival ship can not be underrated. It's a good feeling to be out and about visiting fascinating foreign ports of call and, at the end of the day, return to your home away from home. It's a very good feeling.

In closing, we want to again say how heavy our hearts are; and that we will continue to support and promote cruising as the BEST VACATION option out there. WE LOVE CRUISING AND SO SHOULD YOU !!!

[11/12/11]   How about those 16 additional $1,000 winners created on the 2012 Big Grid? We're excited to be able to have more Super Cruisers share in the Big Prizes that will be awarded on Super Sunday! If you haven't seen the video, visit the YouTube link to the left of this post and watch Kevin's Big Grid update.... we think you'll be excited too!

[11/03/11]   Just created the new Cruises Etc. page where we can share our cruise experiences and photos. But more importantly we can award prizes, and speciail offers only available to our friends. We're excited!

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