Reader’s Digest Names Carnival ‘Most Trusted Cruise Line In America’

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Recently, Reader’s Digest honored Carnival Cruise Line as the Most Trusted Cruise Line in America for the second year in a  row.

More than 5,000 Americans nationwide were asked to rate products they trust in some 40 categories (based on things such as quality, value and reliability) and Carnival received the most votes among cruise lines. Reader’s Digest October issue features the awards.

Carnival has managed to stay true to its roots with cruises offering fun, affordable family vacations all the while staying on the cutting edge of innovation and trends. It’s evident that consumers are appreciative of those efforts.

Carnival Vista SkyRide Aerial Attraction

Carnival recently placed its largest, most modern and up-to-date vessel into the fleet, Carnival Vista, offering industry firsts like the SkyRide aerial attraction, an IMAX Theatre at sea, an onboard brewery and the largest water park on any Carnival ship showcasing a 455-foot-long Kaleid-o-Slide!

Dr. Seuss at Sea with Carnival Cruise Line

Carnival continues to expand upon exclusive partnerships like the one with Food Network superstar Guy Fieri adding a new Guy’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse on several ships. Also, Dr. Seuss Enterprises is the Official Seagoing Headquarters for The Cat in the Hat’s presidential campaign, part of the fleetwide Seuss at Sea program.

A proud supporter of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Carnival has raised more than $10 million for the hospital since launching its Care to Play:  Carnival for St. Jude Kids program in 2010. Carnival also supports Operation Homefront, an organization that assists military families.

For the full list of Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brands, please visit additional information regarding Carnival Cruise Line or to make a reservation, please visit

Photos courtesy of Carnival Cruise Line.

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