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Carnival Cruise Line Departs from Homeport After Seven Year Absence

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Carnival Miracle Begins Cruises from San Diego

It’s an exciting time for Carnival Cruise Line from the U.S. west coast. The new Carnival Panorama will soon begin cruises from the Long Beach and now Carnival Miracle has kicked off a new winter season out of San Diego, California.

The Spirit-class cruise ship is offering three to five-day itineraries and is in fact the first Carnival vessel to sail from San Diego in seven years.

Fred Stein, Carnival’s vice president of revenue, deployment and itinerary planning, said:

“We’re delighted to return to the Port of San Diego to offer this diverse schedule of convenient and attractive voyages for our guests.”

“The West Coast is an important and fast-growing market for Carnival and these departures from San Diego provide guests a wide array of exciting cruise choices with stops along Baja Mexico, the Mexican Riviera and Hawaii.”

The new cruise schedule for Carnival Miracle which started on December 1 includes different itineraries with some great port options as follows:

  • Three-day weekend getaways visiting Ensenada Dec. 27, 2019 and Jan. 3, 2020.
  • Five-day voyages departing Dec. 22, 2019, and Jan. 12, 2020, that spend two days in Cabo San Lucas.
  • A four-day New Year’s Baja Mexico cruise featuring Catalina Island and Ensenada departing Dec. 30, 2019.
  • A six-day cruise featuring two days in Cabo San Lucas and a day-long visit to Ensenada departing Jan. 6, 2020.
  • Three longer-length Carnival Journeys adventures, including 14- and 15-day Hawaii cruises visiting popular destinations throughout the Aloha State departing Dec. 8, 2019 and Jan. 17, 2020, respectively, along with a 13-day Panama Canal sailing from San Diego to Miami Feb. 1-14, 2020 offering a unique opportunity to transit through the Panama Canal in addition to visiting exotic destinations in Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica and Colombia.

Garry Bonelli, chairman of the board of port commissioners, said:

“The Port of San Diego is excited for the return of Carnival Cruise Line as part of our homeported cruise business.”

“We are proud to once again partner with Carnival and we welcome Carnival Miracle to our cruise lineup.”

The vessel will reposition to San Fransanciso in March 2020 to offer cruises to Alaska, Hawaii and Baja Mexico. This will be the first deployment fro the cruise line out of the city. It’s all part of Carnival west coast expansion plans which also includes Carnival Panorama being the first new Carnival cruise ship to be based in Southern California in 20 years.

Also Read: 12 Ways to Experience the Carnival Miracle Cruise Ship

Carnival Miracle will return to San Diego for a second winter season in 2020-21. The ship is 88,500 gross tons with a guest capacity of over 2,100 at double occupancy.

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