What Cruise Lines Does Carnival Corporation Own?

Carnival Corporation is a global cruise company that owns a portfolio of the world's most renowned cruise brands. This includes Carnival Cruise Line, Seabourn, Cunard Line, Princess Cruises, P&O, P&O Cruises Australia and AIDA Cruises. With over 100 cruise ships in its fleet, Carnival Corporation offers a wide selection of products to suit every taste, price preference and target market. From contemporary cruises to ultra-luxury products, Carnival Corporation has something for everyone.

Carnival Cruise Line is the leading provider of year-round cruises in the Bahamas, the Caribbean and Mexico and also operates seasonal cruises in Canada, New England, Alaska, Hawaii, Bermuda and Europe. In addition, Carnival Cruise Line sails year-round in Australia. Holland America Line is another one of Carnival Corporation's cruise lines. For 145 years, Holland America Line has been carefully designing its customers' next journey.

Their fleet of 10 spacious, medium-sized ships offers classic cruise style to more than 425 ports of call in more than 100 countries on seven continents. As part of their collective social responsibility, the company, employees and guests have come together to contribute to communities and organizations around the world. So how did Carnival Corporation manage to amass such a large collection of cruise lines? The answer lies in their merger with P&O Princess Cruises in 2003. At the time of that merger, Carnival Corporation also acquired P&O Cruises, P&O Cruises Australia and AIDA Cruises. Carnival Corporation's portfolio of cruise lines provides guests with virtually endless vacation options. With so many different brands to choose from, guests don't need to look any further than the Carnival family when selecting a cruise vacation.

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