FILE - In this Wednesday, July, 25, 2012 file photo, the cruise liner Carnival Fantasy calls in Charleston, S.C. Passengers remain hesitant to book cruises, despite deep discounts. But that didn’t

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FILE - In this Wednesday, July, 25, 2012 file photo, the cruise liner Carnival Fantasy calls in Charleston, S.C. Passengers remain hesitant to book cruises, despite deep discounts. But that didn’t stop Carnival Corp. from eking out a $41 million second-quarter profit thanks to lower fuel costs and the timing of some administrative expenses, the company announced Tuesday, June 25, 2013. The Miami-based company also announced Tuesday that Micky Arison, who has been CEO since 1979 and is the son of Carnival co-founder Ted Arison, is being replaced by Arnold W. Donald, who has served on the company's board for the past 12 years. Arison will continue to serve as chairman of the board. (AP Photo/Bruce Smith, File) less 

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