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Carnival Cruise Line Offering More Bermuda Sailings In 2016

Carnival Splendor
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Carnival Cruise Line is going to increase sailings to Bermuda during 2016 in a quest to offer more choice to passengers. The increased offerings will include 10 departures that feature at least one overnight docked alongside at historic King’s Wharf.

“By offering Bermuda cruises from a variety of convenient drive-to homeports, we’re providing guests even more opportunities to experience and explore this incredible island paradise,” said Christine Duffy, Carnival’s president.

For those of you waiting for a chance to book a cruise to Bermuda then 2016 might just be the year to do so. Five Carnival ships will be sailing to the well-known destination from April through to November, 2016. The cruises will all sail from American homeports offering five to seven-day voyages.

Below are the itineraries to Bermuda that Carnival announced:

Carnival Pride: five-day cruises from Baltimore departing April 10 and Oct. 26 as well as seven-day voyages departing Sept. 4 and 18.
Carnival Victory: an eight-day sailing from Port Canaveral departing May 19.
Carnival Ecstasy: seven-day cruises from Charleston departing May 12 and Nov. 5.
Carnival Splendor:  nine-day cruise from Miami departing May 26
Carnival Sunshine: a seven-day cruise from New York departing Oct. 1 and a five-day sailing from Norfolk departing Oct. 23.

“The island has tremendous tourist appeal and the wide range of cruises offer consumers maximum choice when planning their Bermuda vacation while providing travel agents with a sought-after destination to market to their clients,” Christine Duffy, Carnival’s president also added.

Five-day itineraries feature an overnight call at Bermuda; seven-day cruises spend two nights docked at King’s Wharf; and the eight-day voyage features three nights on the island.

Bermuda is one of the most unique ports of call in any itinerary due to its location in in the West Atlantic ocean. You’ll find that many cruise ships sailing from New York will call at Bermuda before continuing to the Caribbean.