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Topic: Cruises

Royal Caribbean Crashes Tony Awards With Branded Segment

It could have been worse, and has been

And now, a word from our sponsor … crammed awkwardly into the middle of the award show you're watching on TV. If you missed the latest mini-infomercial wedged between breathless…

Carnival Cruise Lines Makes a Splash With Clever Out-of-Home Ads

Slide into this fire-escape execution

Carnival Cruise Lines is no fish out of water when it comes to advertising on land. Check out the clever out-of-home work it's been doing lately, courtesy of ad agency…

Wonderful Sea Beats Horrible Land in Ads for Carnival Cruises

Only a fool would stay on shore

Carnival Cruise Lines has launched a new campaign titled "Land vs. Sea" via ad agency Arnold. Since many Americans are curbing their expenses by visiting places within driving distance, Carnival…

1912 Titanic Ad Fail: Set Sail to Europe on a Big Ship Today!

Advertising fails are rampant online in 2011. But they've been around in old media since, well, pretty much forever. For example: The On & True blog brings us this image…

Royal Caribbean does the math in latest ads

Here are a couple of quirky ads for Royal Caribbean that take a holiday from the typical fun-in-the-sun cruise-ship imagery. The spots, by JWT New York, focus on just…

Arnold crafts virtual aquariums for Carnival

Holy mackerel, Arnold's creative output is totally seaworthy lately. They've got the lure of advertising down pat. I don't mean to carp on it, but their campaigns reel you…

Carnival dreams of a better, pantsless world

I saw this Carnival Cruise Lines poster from Arnold at a bus stop in Baltimore recently, and it cut right to the heart of me. I also dream of…

Carnival enlists fun director who directs fun

As part of its new campaign from Arnold, Carnival Cruises has introduced a "fun director," though he doesn't seem like much fun to me. This dude's tightly wound and intense,…

Carnival letting towel animals do the talking

I had no idea that "towel animals" were such a big part of Carnival cruises until this week, when the company unveiled a new Web-video series (running now on ABC.com…

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