With two Carnival cruise ships back in service, here are the next three that will resume cruises
Carnival Cruise Line celebrated the return of cruises from their hometown of Miami today when passengers boarded Carnival Horizon for the first time since March 2020.
Carnival Cruise Line President Christine Duffy, Carnival Corporation President and CEO Arnold Donald and Carnival Brand Ambassador John Heald kicked off the festivities with a ribbon cutting ceremony officially welcoming guests on board .
âPortMiami is our number one home port in terms of ships and passenger embarkation and today’s return to cruising with Carnival Horizon represents an important first step in getting our business back up and running while injecting capital. indispensable to the thousands of workers who depend on the cruise industry for their livelihood, âsaid Duffy. âThe past year has been a difficult one to say the least and I would like to thank our state and local officials, PortMiami, as well as our business partners and suppliers for their incredible support and patience during this time.
Carnival Horizon is the second Carnival cruise ship to resume cruises. Carnival Vista became the first yesterday when the ship left Galveston for the Caribbean. Now that Carnival Cruise Line has two cruise ships back into service, here are the next three that will resume their cruises later this month.
Carnival Breeze will be the third Carnival ship to resume cruises on July 15 and will be the second Carnival ship to return to service in Galveston. The ship will offer four and five night cruises in the Western Caribbean. All cruises will visit Cozumel and the five-night crossings will add a port stopover in Costa Maya or Progreso.
Carnival Miracle will kick off the cruise line’s season in Alaska and begin from Seattle on July 27. Week-long cruises will visit Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan and Tracey Arm Fjord.
Mardi Gras, Carnival’s newest and largest cruise ship, will finally make its debut on July 31. The cruise ship is the first in North America to be powered by LNG and the world’s first cruise ship with a roller coaster. The cruise ship will sail to Alaska until September 14.
Mardi Gras has 22 different restaurants and the cruise ship will depart from Carnival’s new Terminal 3 in Port Canaveral for six, seven and eight night cruises to the Caribbean.
The cruise ship is 30% larger than Carnival Cruise Line‘s previous largest ship, the Vista Class ships.