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Monday,  July 22, 2024   4:30 PM
Carnival to expand Caribbean offerings, capacity in 2016

Carnival will reposition a number of ships to increase capacity on the line’s short cruises and introduce its newest ship class on week-long Caribbean itineraries in 2016.

Carnival Victory, currently based in Miami, will reposition to Port Canaveral replacing Carnival Sensation, to launch a schedule of three- and four-day cruises beginning Feb. 25, 2016, expanding the line’s capacity on this program. On this route, three-day cruises depart Thursdays and visit Nassau, while four-day cruises depart Sundays and call at both Nassau and Freeport.  Carnival Sensation will then shift to Miami to operate the line’s year-round four- and five-day cruise schedule.

Carnival Magic, part of the line’s newest class of ship, will reposition to Port Canaveral in December 2016 to offer two different seven-day Caribbean itineraries, providing consumers with new week-long cruise vacation choices from Central Florida.

In October 2016, Carnival Valor - currently based in Port Canaveral and scheduled to undergo an extensive dry dock in March 2016 that will add a variety of Fun Ship 2.0 innovations - will take over Carnival Victory’s three- and four-day Bahamas cruises from Central Florida on a year-round basis. Carnival Valor will be the only ship operating three- and four-day cruises to offer the line’s highly acclaimed Fun Ship 2.0 features. Carnival Victory will subsequently move to another homeport.

These new itineraries from Port Canaveral and Miami are currently open for reservations. For additional information and reservations, visit the line’s travel agent Internet portal, GoCCL.com.

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