Carnival to Return to Grand Turk, Modifies November Itineraries

Carnival Glory
Carnival Glory will call on Grand Turk during its November 11 cruise.

Carnival Cruise Line has announced that it will return to Grand Turk on some of its upcoming itineraries. The cruise line, however, is still modifying some itineraries through November due to damage the Caribbean sustained during Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria.

Here are the latest modifications:

  • Carnival Vista – November 4: Departing Miami on an 8 day cruise to Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao.
  • Carnival Conquest – November 5: Departing Port Everglades on a 6 day cruise to Nassau, Half Moon Cay and Amber Cove.
  • Carnival Ecstasy – November 5: Departing Charleston on a 10 day cruise to Aruba, Bonaire, Grand Turk and Princess Cays.
  • Carnival Splendor – November 5: Departing Miami on a 7 day cruise to Ocho Rios, Amber Cove, Grand Turk.
  • Carnival Conquest – November 11: Departing Port Everglades on an 8 day cruise to Princess Cays, La Romana, Curacao and Aruba.
  • Carnival Glory – November 11: Departing Miami on a 7 day cruise to Half Moon Cay, Nassau, Amber Cove and Grand Turk.
  • Carnival Conquest – November 25: Departing Port Everglades on an 8 day cruise to Antigua, St. Kitts and Grand Turk.
  • Carnival Sensation – November 25: Departing Miami on a 5 day cruise to Princess Cays and Amber Cove.

Pre-purchased Carnival shore excursions for canceled ports, as well as any changes in taxes, fees and port expenses, will be refunded to guests’ onboard Sail & Sign accounts.

Carnival reports that it is still working on revisions to the following San Juan departures, and will update as soon as it learns more:

  • Carnival Fascination – October 15
  • Carnival Fascination – October 22
  • Carnival Fascination – October 29

For the latest Caribbean cruise updates from Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria, click here.

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