Carnival Cruise Line Opens Reservations Through April 2018

carnival vistaCarnival Cruise Line has opened reservations for its entire fleet through April 2018, with more than 3,500 two- to 19-day voyages offered across its 24 ships, as well as the new Carnival Vista set to debut in Europe May 1, 2016. 

Voyages will visit more than 70 destinations throughout the Caribbean, Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii, Europe and other popular cruising regions. Cruises depart from nearly 20 different North American homeports.

Included among the wide variety of offerings are more than 2,500 two- to five-day cruises, providing consumers with an array of options in the short cruise market. These include new four- and five-day deployments for the Carnival Victory from Miami and Carnival Valor from Port Canaveral, providing more balcony staterooms on these two popular cruising routes.

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There are also 22 longer length Carnival Journeys cruises and 13 voyages to Bermuda departing from seven East Coast homeports. Carnival will also offer two unique Panama Canal experiences – partial transits aboard the Carnival Pride from Baltimore in January 2017 and from Tampa in February 2017. 

Also open for reservations through 2018 are several new homeport deployments, including seven-day Carnival Breeze departures from Galveston, week-long Carnival Magic sailings from Port Canaveral, FL, and four- and five-day Carnival Triumph cruises from New Orleans.

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