Carnival Cruise Line has announced that Carnival Spirit will replace itineraries from sister ship Carnival Legend in 2020. The ship will take over sailing in Alaska and longer Carnival Journeys cruises to Hawaii.
Carnival Spirit Replaces Carnival Legend
Carnival Legend’s 2020 Alaska and Hawaii sailings are to be taken over by Carnival Spirit as the ship will move to a new deployment which has not yet been revealed.
Carnival Spirit which is currently based down under out of Sydney, Australia will offer 18 seven-day cruises to Alaska, two 8-day voyages and a 9-day cruise. These sailing will be from the Port of Seattle, Washington starting in April through September 2020.
The 7-day Alaska sailings will run from May 5 through September 1, 2020. There will also be a one-time repositioning cruise departing Vancouver on April 20 and arriving in Seattle on Aril 27. Cruise Hive readers can check the official site for all these sailings.
The 2,124 passenger Carnival cruise ship will also offer two longer Carnival Journeys cruises to Hawaii. The first 10-day sailing will depart Honolulu on April 10 and will end at Vancouver.
The second 11-day longer voyage will depart Vancouver on September 25 and then completing back in Honolulu, Hawaii. these voyages will offer more insights into the destinations with more options during port visits and special activities onboard during the cruise.
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Attention will soon be on where Carnival Legend will be moved to. Carnival Cruise Line will also be announcing ship deployments for 2020 this month so do keep a look out for all of that.
Carnival Spirit is the first in her class and is 88,500 gross tons with a guest capacity of over 2,100. Other ships in the same class include Carnival Miracle, Carnival Pride, and Carnival Legend. Carnival Legend is also currently based out of Sydney, Australia.