Carnival Cruise Lines Making it big in Social Media and offering New Sale

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Carnival Cruise Lines made a remarkable milestone last week by counting a Million Facebook Fans, four years after establishing a presence on the social network Arena thanks to the recent rapid growth of consumers “liking” its Facebook fan page. Carnival is the first cruise line to pass the one million fan barrier and one very few travel organizations to have also passed the same mark.

Carnival is adding close to 5,000 new fans every day.Disney has 26 million Facebook fans, adding 22,000 new fans every day.It is worth noting company uses its fan page for a vast array of functions, such as promoting special offers, competitions, YouTube videos of its ships, polls, and trip search tools.

Carnival Cruise Lines is a British-American owned establishment based in the Doral a Miami, Florida suburb .Originally an independent company founded in 1972, the company is now one of eleven cruises ship brands owned and operated by Carnival Corporation PLC. The company has the largest fleet in the group, with twenty two vessels currently in operation. Carnival was a pioneer in the concept of shorter and less expensive cruises. In 1996 their Ship Destiny with 101,000 gross tons became the largest passenger ship in the world at the time. In 2004, Carnival Corporation ordered for a development program for Carnival's new ships, which was called the Pinnacle Project, which calls for a 200,000-GT prototype, which would have been the world's largest cruise ship. As of 2009, the latest and largest ship in the Carnival fleet is the Dream Ship, a new 128,000 gross ton ship. The Dream entered service on 21 September 2009. After several voyages in the Mediterranean she is set to offer weekly Caribbean cruises from Port Canaveral from 5 December 2009.