Carnival Cruise Line Announces Nine New Bermuda Sailings For 2016

Carnival PrideCarnival Cruise Line has just announced that it will be sailing nine new Bermuda voyages next year between April and November 2016.

“By offering Bermuda cruises from a variety of convenient drive-to homeports, we’re providing guests even more opportunities to experience and explore this incredible island paradise,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line.

Carnival’s 2016 Bermuda schedule includes: 

- Carnival Pride: five-day cruises from Baltimore departing April 10 and October 26, as well as seven-day voyages departing September 4 and 18. 

- Carnival Victory: an eight-day sailing from Port Canaveral departing May 19. 

- Carnival Ecstasy: seven-day cruises from Charleston departing May 12 and November 5.

- Carnival Sunshine: a seven-day cruise from New York departing October 1 and a five-day sailing from Norfolk departing October 23.

All the new departures will include at least one overnight stay docked at Bermuda’s historic King’s Wharf. Longer itineraries will allow guests a chance to experience a variety of activities on the island including world-class golf, glass-bottom boat tours, snorkeling and scuba diving, and local nightlife and cuisine.


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