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[18 Oct 2017 | No Comment | ]

 
Carnival Cruise Line has produced an epic global celebration for Australia’s fifth birthday, creating the world’s longest conga line at sea for the first ever World Conga Day™.
Australia is Carnival Cruise Line’s first international home-port outside of the U.S, with Carnival Spirit sailing year-round and Carnival Legend sailing seasonally.  In 2020, the brand will have two ships sailing year-round from Australia.
This global event started in Florida on October 10 on board Carnival Sensation and from here, the Carnival Conga island hopped throughout the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, before traveling …

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[1 Dec 2010 | No Comment | ]

Princess Fiona names world’s largest cruise ship, Allure of the Seas
The animated DreamWorks character from the Shrek movies appeared on screen in 3-D during the naming ceremony.
Read more on USA Today

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[3 Nov 2010 | No Comment | ]

Tight squeeze for world’s largest cruise ship
WORLD’S largest cruise liner the Allure of the Seas passes under a Danish bridge by just 50 centimetres.
Read more on News.com.au Travel

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[2 Nov 2010 | No Comment | ]

World’s largest cruise ship clears bridge
The sister ship of the world’s largest cruise liner has narrowly passed under a Danish bridge, a feat that requires smooth seas and adjustable smokestacks.
Read more on Brisbane Times

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[1 Nov 2010 | No Comment | ]

World’s largest cruise ship clears bridge obstacle
The brand new sister ship of the world’s largest cruise liner narrowly passed under a Danish bridge Saturday, a feat that required smooth seas and adjustable smokestacks, officials said.
Read more on FOX 12 Idaho

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[30 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]

World’s largest cruise liner has a twin
The second in a pair of the largest cruise liners in the world _ an extravagant behemoth spanning nearly four football fields, with a 3-D move theater, an open-air central park and room for 8,300 people _ set sail Friday for its new home port in Florida.
Read more on San Diego Union-Tribune