Reservations are now open up for Carnival Celebration, Carnival Cruise Line’s newest ship established to debut in November 2022 as aspect of the company’s 50th birthday.
A sister to the line’s initial XL-class ship, Mardi Gras, Carnival Celebration will debut with an inaugural fourteen-day Carnival Journeys cruise November 6, 2022, followed by the start of year-round support from PortMiami November 21, 2022. The addition of Carnival Celebration to Miami will maintain PortMiami’s position as the top rated embarkation port for Carnival Cruise Line.
Carnival Celebration will incorporate many of the features identified on Mardi Gras, together with BOLT, the initial roller coaster at sea.
Carnival’s 50th birthday celebration kicks off in March 2022—the company’s birthday month—with a collection of commemorative sailings that will incorporate specific enjoyment and itineraries and continuing all year extensive, culminating with Carnival Celebration’s arrival in November.
Inaugural Transatlantic Crossing
Carnival Celebration‘s 14-Working day Carnival Journeys transatlantic crossing debut will depart Southampton November 6, 2022 and arriving in Miami November 20. Featured ports on this two-7 days-extensive seagoing experience incorporate La Coruña and Vigo, Spain Funchal (Madeira), Portugal and Tenerife (Canary Islands), Spain. Carnival Journeys cruises supply unique things to do exactly where guests can sample area delicacies and take pleasure in enjoyment and cultural opportunities, together with cooking, arts and crafts and other specific things to do.
The moment in Miami, Carnival Celebration will supply a specific six-day Thanksgiving cruise visiting Grand Turk, Amber Cove and Nassau November 21-27, 2022, then start off its year-round 7-day Caribbean cruise rotation on November 27, 2022, featuring 7 days-extensive voyages departing Sundays to the jap and western Caribbean. Eastern Caribbean cruises simply call at Amber Cove, Dominican Republic San Juan, Puerto Rico and St. Thomas, U.S.V.I. or St. Maarten, whilst the western Caribbean route features Cozumel and Costa Maya, Mexico and Mahogany Bay, Isla Roatan.
Two specific 8-day cruises will depart December 11 and December 19, 2022 with stops at Grand Turk, Amber Cove, San Juan and St. Thomas, whilst a just one-time 5-day cruise to Amber Cove and Grand Turk will work January three-8, 2023.
For much more information and facts, visit www.carnival.com.
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