Carnival Corporation announced last week that the 704-passenger Adonia, part of the company’s Fathom line, earned approval to sail to Cuba on the first cruise ship to visit the island from the U.S. in more than 50 years. The cruise company is also reporting better-than-expected profits during the first quarter of 2016.
Carnival Corporation announced last week that the 704-passenger Adonia, part of the company’s Fathom line, earned approval to sail to Cuba on the first cruise ship to visit the island from the U.S. in more than 50 years. The cruise company is also reporting better-than-expected profits during the first quarter of 2016. Carnival Corp.
Carnival Corporation announced last week that the 704-passenger Adonia, part of the company’s Fathom line, earned approval to sail to Cuba on the first cruise ship to visit the island from the U.S. in more than 50 years. The cruise company is also reporting better-than-expected profits during the first quarter of 2016. Carnival Corp.

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