Cruising

Carnival Vista - Game Changer by JD Andrews

Carnival was always know as the 'party ships' - colorful decor, interesting ship names (Ecstasy) and lots and lots and lots of neon. BUT, that's all changed with their newest ship, the Carnival Vista.

IMAX Theater

The first and ONLY IMAX theater at sea

BREWERY - Colin Presby was named brewmaster of Carnival Vista’s RedFrog Pub & Brewery

SKYRIDE

HAVANA BAR AND POOL

ATRIUM

WATERWORKS

ENTERTAINMENT

All of this plus tons more...

ALL PHOTOS BY: Andy Newman

Disclosure: Carnival Cruises provided my trip onboard the Vista but As Always, all of the opinions expressed here are my own.

Christening of the Regal Princess with the cast of the Love Boat by JD Andrews

…exciting and new…

What a wonderful time I had on the Regal Princess - Meeting all of the Love Boat cast and a 3-day cruise!

Regal Princess Stats:

Guest Capacity: 3,560

Tonnage: 141,000

Inaugural Cruise: May 20, 2014

Number of Crew: 1,346

Length: 1,083 feet

Height: 217 feet
 

 

Number of Decks: 19

Service Speed: 22 knots

Guest Cabins: 1,780 total

  • 40 Suites with private balconies
  • 306 Mini Suites
  • 360 Deluxe Balcony cabins
  • 732 Balcony cabins
  • 342 Inside cabins

Princess Cruises Welcomes the New Royal Princess by JD Andrews

The Duchess of Cambride

 

On June 13, 2013, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge Christened Princess Cruises newest ship, Royal Princess in Southampton, England.

1083 feet long - Longer than the height of the Eiffel Tower • 217 feet high - Taller than London’s Tower Bridge • 19 decks

Quick Facts:

3,560 passengers• 141,000 tons

Godmother: Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge

Inaugural cruise: June 16, 2013 • Grand Mediterranean itinerary

155 feet wide (including Sea Walk) • 28 feet draft • 22 knots service speed