Carnival to Expand Bermuda Cruises Through 2020

Carnival Sunshine's Arrival in Charleston
Photo by Carnival Cruise Line

Carnival Cruise Line will operate its largest Bermuda season ever in 2019 and 2020, with over 40 voyages visiting the destination, including eight week-long cruises departing from Baltimore and Charleston.

In total, six different Carnival ships – Carnival Breeze, Magic, Pride, Radiance, Sunshine and Sunrise – will offer four- to nine-day Bermuda cruises from five homeports along the eastern seaboard between now and next year.  

In addition to roundtrip departures from Charleston, Port Canaveral and Fort Lauderdale, nine-day Bermuda departures have also been added to the New York-based schedules on Carnival Sunrise and Carnival Radiance, including four-day cruises to the island as well. 

The seven week-long cruises to Bermuda from Baltimore will be offered aboard Carnival Pride and spend three days in Bermuda, while a seven-day cruise from Charleston aboard Carnival Sunshine will offer two days on the island along with a visit to the private Bahamian destination of Princess Cays. Baltimore departure dates include May 31, August 2 and 23, September 6 and 20, and October 4 and 18, 2020. The cruise from Charleston departs October 17, 2020.

While in Bermuda, guests can visit the the island’s pink beaches, snorkel, kayak, and visit historical landmarks such as Royal Naval Dockyard and Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse. Shopping, dining and golfing experiences are also available.

For more information on Carnival Cruise Line's itineraries, visit www.carnival.com.

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