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Carnival Cruise Ship to Sail From Four Cities in Busy 2021

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Carnival Magic Deployments in 2021

The Dream-class cruise ship will operate a diverse schedule in 2021 with two transatlantic crossings, Europeans voyages, sailing from New York in the summer along with Caribbean sailings from Port Canaveral, Florida. It’s going to be a busy 2021 for sure!

Here are all the itinerary and deployment details released by Carnival Cruise Line which includes sailing from four cities across two continents and visiting 33 different destinations:

Trans-Atlantic Voyages from Miami and Barcelona, Spring European Schedule

Carnival Magic will reposition for its 2021 European schedule with a 14-day trans-Atlantic voyage departing Miami on March 13 and arriving in Barcelona on March 27, 2021, calling at Bermuda; Ponta Delgada (Azores) and Lisbon, Portugal; and Malaga and Valencia, Spain.

The ship will then undergo a two-week-long dry dock followed by a series of seven- and eight-day Mediterranean cruises from Barcelona through April 25. These voyages call at some of the region’s most popular destinations, including Valletta, Malta; and Marseilles, France, as well as Livorno, Civitavecchia (Rome), Naples and Messina, Italy. Details on the dry dock will be provided in the coming weeks.

Carnival Magic will then return to the U.S. on a 12-day trans-Atlantic voyage from Barcelona to New York May 3-15, 2021, calling at Cartagena and Malaga, Spain; Funchal (Madeira), Portugal; and Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Summer Sailings from New York

Beginning June 17, Carnival Magic will kick off a summer schedule from New York operating four- to nine-day voyages to Bermuda, The Bahamas, the Caribbean, Canada and New England. The schedule runs through Sept. 24, 2021.

The program includes four-, five- and seven-day voyages to Bermuda, a four-day eastern Canada cruise, week-long fall foliage sailings to New England and eastern Canada, and seven- and eight-day Caribbean departures featuring top destinations like Amber Cove, Grand Turk, the private Bahamian island of Half Moon Cay, San Juan, St. Maarten, and St. Thomas.

Carnival Magic’s New York season also includes a nine-day Carnival Journeys voyage featuring tropical ports throughout the eastern Caribbean as well as special onboard programming and activities.

Island-Intensive Caribbean Schedule from Port Canaveral

In November 2021, Carnival Magic will shift to Port Canaveral for a winter schedule of six- and eight-day Caribbean voyages from the Space Coast.

Two different six-day itineraries are offered – one visiting Amber Cove, Grand Turk and Half Moon Cay or Nassau while another features Cozumel, Belize and Costa Maya. Eight-day eastern Caribbean cruises call at St. Maarten, St. Kitts, San Juan, and Grand Turk, while eight-day southern Caribbean voyages feature Aruba, Grand Turk, and Curacao or Bonaire. There are also seven-day voyages visiting sunny, tropical destinations in the eastern and western Caribbean. The program runs through April 23, 2022.

Also Read: 20 Reasons to Cruise on Carnival Magic

Carnival Magic Cruise Ship

Carnival Magic which is currently based out of Fort Lauderdale until shifting to Miami in May 2020 has a huge choice of features including the popular RedFrog Pub, SkyCourse and more. She is slightly smaller than the newer Vista-class ships at 130,000 gross tons and a guest capacity of over 3,600 at double occupancy.

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