Carnival Cruise Line Offers South Pacific Itineraries for Halloween 2017

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Carnival Cruise Line is planning a “South Pacific Spooktacular” for 2017 with both of its local ships offering Halloween cruises to the islands of New Caledonia. The Carnival Spirit will spend Halloween 2017 at Maré Island (within the Loyalty Islands) while the Carnival Legend will be in the Island of Pines on the same day.

Both cruises will have a full line up of scariness at sea, including costume parties, themed movies, trick or treating and a unique haunted menu, featuring bubbling witches brew at the bar, spider snacks and scary cheesecakes.


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As an American cruise line with ships based in Australia, Carnival Cruise Line is using the ships and new itineraries to help Australians embrace the fun side of the popular U.S. tradition that is Halloween.

The Carnival Legend departs Sydney on October 26, 2017 and calls at Noumea, Maré and Isle of Pines, with rates starting at $949 per person twin share. The Carnival Spirit will depart for New Caledonia from Sydney on October 28, 2017, with rates starting at $999 per person twin share.

The eight night itineraries are available now through November 4, 2016 by calling 13-31-94 or visiting

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