Carnival Shakes Up Destiny's Itinerary

Carnival Destiny will operate a new five-port, seven-day southern Caribbean itinerary in 2008, featuring a call to Casa de Campo. The other ports of call will be St. Kitts, Dominica, Barbados and St. Thomas/St. John. Bob Dickinson, Carnival's president and CEO called the southern Caribbean one of the most sought-after destinations in the world. The 2,642-guest Destiny was Carnival's first ship to break the 100,000-ton barrier and recently underwent renovations to include such additions as a new Club O2, Carnival Cruise Lines' teen club.

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