The essential details of the changes:
Mardi Gras, the initially LNG-driven ship to operate in the Western Hemisphere and featuring the initially roller coaster at sea, will now enter into services from Port Canaveral, Fla. on Feb. 6, 2021. Itineraries out of Port Canaveral for departures from Nov. fourteen, 2020to Jan. 30, 2021have been cancelled.
- Carnival Radiance’s
$200 milliondry dock at the Cadiz, Spainshipyard was suspended this spring when the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a nationwide lockdown. Carnival is now assessing shipyard possibilities to full the transformation, but the ship is probable not heading to be completed right up until the spring.
- As a consequence of the delayed arrival of Carnival Radiance, Carnival Breeze will be redeployed from
Fort Lauderdaleto Port Canaveral and will suppose the itineraries for Carnival Radiance from Nov. eight, 2020to Apr. 24, 2021. For that reason, company on eighteen Carnival Breeze sailings from Fort Lauderdalescheduled to operate from Nov. seven, 2020to Mar. seven, 2021are currently being notified that their cruises have been cancelled.
- Carnival Magic’s transatlantic and European itineraries from
Mar. 13, 2021to Could three, 2021have been cancelled. 7 sailings beforehand scheduled for Carnival Breeze from Fort. Lauderdalefrom Mar. 13 to Apr. 24, 2021will transfer to Miamiand these company will sail on the identical itinerary, but on Carnival Magic working from PortMiami.
“We continue to evaluate the influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on world-wide commerce, general public wellness and our cruise functions. In addition to our recent pause in services, there have been quite a few other unintended penalties, together with shipyard, dry dock and ship supply delays, and connected changes to our deployment strategies for our fleet,” stated
Visitor and journey agent notifications will be emailed over the system of the working day on
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