Carnival Cruise Line announced specific cruise moves and cancellations.
The shipping company reported the cancellation of its operations until April 30, 2021.
In this way, the dry dock plans already announced for Carnival Magic, Carnival Paradise and Carnival Valor, will not return to service until November 2021.
Consequently, the following trips were canceled.
1) Carnival Magic from Norfolk ( September 29-October 30)
2) Tampa Carnival Paradise (June 5 – October 28)
3) New Orleans Carnival Valor ( September 16 to October 28)
CHANGES IN THE ITINERARIES OF CARNIVAL MIRACLE
Carnival Miracle’s planned seasonal service from San Diego was suspended until further notice, and trips from San Diego that were available for sale through April 2023 were canceled, with the exception of seven trips to Hawaii, which will move to Long Beach. .
With the relocation of Carnival Miracle to Long Beach, the ship will take on the 3- and 4-day Carnival Radiance itineraries from May 3 to November 1, 2021, as well as the seven voyages to Hawaii listed above.
Additionally, Carnival Miracle will launch a new 4- and 5-day cruise program to Mexico during the winter season, starting in November 2021 and running through April 2023.
With this change, Carnival Cruise Line will finally run a 3-ship operation from its Long Beach port facility: Carnival Panorama sailing seven-day itineraries on the Mexican Riviera and Carnival Radiance operating 3- and 4-day itineraries throughout the year. With the Carnival Miracle operating 4 Itineraries of 5 days in Mexico and 14 days in Hawaii during the winter.
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Carnival Victory is a Destiny-class cruise ship. She will be the last of the three Destiny-class ships to undergo a refit and name change. The ship will be renamed Carnival Radiance
For its part, Carnival Radiance’s transition to dry dock has been moved to September, with an expected arrival in Long Beach in November 2021.
CHRISTINE DUFFY, PRESIDENT OF CARNIVAL CRUISE LINE.
Like so many things in this current global situation, we are adapting our plans as circumstances evolve and we can confirm alternatives. We are disappointed that our return to seasonal ports like Norfolk and San Diego has been affected. We appreciate the support of those port partners and communities. The support from our guests, travel agents, ports, and business partners has been truly overwhelming as we work through this situation.
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