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Carnival Corporation Partners with University of West Florida to Create New Interactive Training Programs for Its Environmental Officers

Program uses challenge-based learning in conjunction with advanced simulators to send officers on a challenging real-world voyage to improve communication, Environmental Officer knowledge, analytical skills and more.

Carnival Cruise Line’s GoCCL Navigator Dashboard Gives Travel Advisors a Quick Tool to View Bookings

At-a-glance dash shows existing bookings and clients in two separate tabs.

Auto Gasification Solution will reduce ships' environmental impact, waste to less than 5% of its original volume, and will produce synthesis gas which can be recycled within the unit as fuel.

Accenture plays key role in delivering the OceanMedallion wearable device that provides enhanced passenger experiences and crew interactions.

Battery installation will bring company one step closer to achieving emissions-neutral ship operations.

Future-ready networks focus strategic value on delivering guest experience.

Costa Cruises' two new flagships are among 10 next-generation "green" vessels on order for Carnival Corporation that will be powered in port and at sea by liquefied natural gas, the world's cleanest burning fossil fuel.

Cruise line is implementing changes such as LNG for fuel, advanced emission purification systems, and is experimenting with zero-emission fuel cells.

Merchant agreement will allow inCruises to accept cryptocurrency from paying members.

Using a combination of digital, physical experiences – the gaming environment changes dramatically as participants solve clues to reach one of the 700 possible outcomes.

New microsite features information, videos, animations, photos and graphics to showcase innovative systems that enable its cruise ships to meet global standards for clean air and water

Navigator App enables guests to personalize their cruise, book cruise experiences and chat while sailing or visiting ports.

Facial recognition tech makes the process for passengers exiting the ship significantly faster.

Cruise ship workers can now skip the kiosk at the port and send money from the ship with their smartphone to the Philippines, India, and Indonesia.

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