The Carnival Miracle is a Spirit class cruise ship owned and operated by Carnival Cruise Lines. It offers Western Caribbean cruises from Tampa, Florida, year round, with ports of call in Grand Cayman, Costa Maya, Mexico; Belize, and Cozumel, Mexico. Eighty percent of her stateroms have ocean views, and eighty percent of those feature private balconies. Also unique to the Carnival Miracle is an 11-story Metropolis atrium with a ruby-red glass ceiling.
Le France II was a Compagnie Générale Transatlantique (CGT, or French Line) ocean liner, constructed by the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard at Saint-Nazaire, France, and put into service in February 1962. At the time of her construction in 1960 she was the longest passenger ship ever built, a record that remained unchallenged until the construction of the 345 meter RMS Queen Mary 2 in 2004.
Le France II was later purchased by Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) in 1979, renamed SS Norway and underwent significant modifications that better suited her for cruising duties. She was sold to be scrapped in 2006, and scrapping was completed in late 2008.
The arrival in New York Harbor of the gigantic ocean liner S.S. Normandie in 1035 inaugurated a new era in transatlantic travel. The Normandie set new standards of luxury and speed, steadiness, comfort and safety when traveling aboard ship.
Queen Elizabeth is our newest luxury liner, named in 2010 by Her Majesty the Queen. Recalling the rich heritage of the first Cunarder to bear the name, her elegance and modern features have won her many accolades and made her a firm favourite with her passengers. Discover more about Queen Elizabeth including her unique facilities and explore her decks through the links below.
RMS Queen Mary is a retired ocean liner that sailed primarily on the North Atlantic Ocean from 1936 to 1967 for the Cunard Line (known as Cunard-White Star Line when the vessel entered service). Built by John Brown & Company … Read More