WASHINGTON — The National Transportation Safety Board says a cruise ship returning from the Bahamas last year approached a Baltimore pier too quickly and at too steep an angle before it struck a gangway and caused nearly $2.1 million in ...Read More »
A Carnival Pride cruise ship struck a gangway while docking in Baltimore, causing the passenger boarding bridge to crash onto several parked vehicles. No one was hurt during the incident which happened Sunday morning. Carnival Cruise Lines representative Jennifer De ...Read More »
Fewer passengers cruised from the Port of Baltimore last year than they did in 2011, but the total was still the second-highest in the cruise terminal’s four-year history of year-round operation.Read More »
Carnival Cruise Lines says one of its ships is speeding back to Baltimore ahead of Hurricane Irene. Carnival says the Carnival Pride is well ahead of the storm and has increased speed to arrive off the Mid-Atlantic coast by late ...Read More »
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Carnival Cruise Lines has agreed to a five-year extension with the Port of Baltimore to run cruises from the port year round. The agreement announced Monday is effective Aug. 31, after the present two-year contract expires. The first two years ...Read More »