Carnival Cruises Returns to New Orleans

"Fun Ship" cruising has returned to New Orleans, as Carnival Cruise Line's 2,056-passenger Fantasy sailed from the new Erato Street Cruise Terminal Thursday, on a four-day cruise to Mexico, signifying the first Carnival cruise from the city since Hurricane Katrina. The voyage is part of the cruise ship's year-round, four- and five-day program from the New Orleans port. Carnival is now accepting reservations for all New Orleans departures. For more information call (800) CARNIVAL or visit [www.carnival.com].

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