Carnival Miracle has started its new deployment from Tampa, Florida. The Carnival Cruise Line is increasing capacity year round with Carnival Miracle Cruises from Tampa Port. We’re used to seeing a Fantasy-class vessel from the port but with the new offering, cruisers will now have more choice available.

The ship just completed a transitional cruise from Long Beach, California with a transit through the Panam Canal. On January 27, 2018, Carnival Miracle started its new deployment from Florida. Take a look at the details below.

Carnival Miracle Cruises from Tampa

So let’s get into the details of the new service Carnival Miracle is now sailing. The ship offers 7-day cruises from Port Tampa Bay to the Western Caribbean with calls in Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Mahogany Bay (Roatan) and Belize. The Carnival cruise ship will spend even more time than usual in Cozumel which is part of the Cozumel Plus program. Guests will have further opportunity to experience the popular Caribbean cruise destination off the Mexican East coast.

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Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line, said:

“Carnival Cruise Line has been sailing from Tampa for nearly 25 years and we’re thrilled to add a second year-round ship to provide our guests with an even greater variety of fantastic cruise vacation choices from this convenient homeport.”

“We would like to recognize our partners at Port Tampa Bay and the Tampa community, as well as our valued travel agent partners, for their efforts in making Tampa one of our most popular and successful embarkation ports.”

More Carnival Miracle Tampa Cruises Itineraries

The Carnival ship will not just sail week-long itineraries to the Eastern Caribbean, Carnival is mixing it up a little with new 6-day to 14-day Caribbean and Panama Canal sailings. The 6-day cruises will depart Tampa on Sept. 2 and Nov. 11, 2018, and Jan. 27 and March 31, 2019. The vessel will call all day in Cozumel, Belize and Costa Maya or Mahogany Bay.

Carnival Miracle’s 8-day sailings from the Florida port will depart on April 14 and Sept. 8, 2018, and Feb. 2 and April 6, 2019. The ship will provide passengers the experience of a partial transit through the Panam Canal along with calls in Limon (Costa Rica) and Grand Cayman. Carnival Cruise Line is also offering a one-time 8-day cruise featuring 5 ports of calls departing on November 17, 2019.

Carnival Miracle
Photo By: Carnival Cruise Line

As part of the cruise line’s Carnival Journeys program, Carnival Miracle will sail a one time 14-day round trip Panama Canal voyage from Tampa. The cruise will depart on Dec 16, 2018, and arrive back at its homeport on Dec 16, 2018. The itinerary will include calls in Cozumel, Limon, Cartagena (Colombia), Aruba, Curacao and Montego Bay (Jamaica). there will also be a partial transit through the Panama Canal.

Also Read: Port Tampa Bay Florida Cruise Tips

All About Carnival Miracle

Carnival Miracle is a Spirit class cruise ship which will join Carnival Paradise cruising out of Tampa, Florida. The two ships will carry an estimated 280,000 passengers each year which is more than any other cruise line. Carnival Miracle has a guest capacity of 2,124 and is 88,500 gross tons. All the best onboard features can be found aboard including a RedFrog Pub, Alchemy Bar, Nick and Nora’s steakhouse, luxurious 14,500-square-foot spa, and a Serenity adults-only retreat.

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