Carnival to Initiate Quebec Operation


Carnival Cruise Lines is taking its show to Quebec, having announced it will commence nine-day voyages to the Canadian province aboard Carnival Triumph in the summer of 2009. The itinerary will visit three cities along the St. Lawrence River: Quebec City, Baie-Comeau and Havre St. Pierre. The cruises will operate roundtrip from New York City on June 25, July 23 and August 20, 2009.

The new nine-day Quebec departures are the latest additions to Carnival's New York schedule, which also includes four- and five-day eastern Canada voyages and seven-day fall foliage cruises, June through August, also aboard Carnival Triumph, and eight-day Caribbean sailings, April through October, on Carnival Miracle.

Dubbed the "Quebec—After the Glaciers" voyages, Gerry Cahill, president and CEO of Carnival Cruise Lines, says the itineraries are ideal for multi-generational travel.


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