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Report: Carnival Cruise Lines winds down European services

Carnival Corp.-owned Carnival Cruise Lines currently has no plans to continue operating trips in Europe, The Miami Herald reported July 5, citing Christine Duffy, president of the unit.

Carnival Cruise Lines' new Carnival Horizon ship was built in Italy and made only a few Europe-based trips before moving to New York in May. It next goes to Miami in September, according to the report. The upcoming Carnival Panorama ship is being constructed in Italy as well, but upon completion will proceed directly to Long Beach, Calif. Another ship planned to debut in 2020 is also not slated for European voyages.

The cruise line previously operated routes that made stops in Spain, France, Italy and Croatia.

However, other Carnival Corp. cruise lines such as Holland America Line and Princess Cruises will continue to offer European trips, the report said.