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Over 3,500 Sailings Departing Through Spring 2018 Opened By Carnival Cruise Line

Miami based Carnival Cruise Line has now opened up sailings for the entire fleet through April 2018. Over 3,500 sailings include all 24 ships including the cruise lines upcoming Carnival Vista. Cruisers can choose between 2-19 day itineraries throughout the Caribbean, Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii, Europe and more.

Many of the sailings include “Carnival Journeys” where 22 longer length journeys are offered. These sailings will also include Bermuda, with ships departing from seven East Coast homeports. Two special partial sailings through the Panama Canal will be available on the Carnival Pride. The Panama sailings will start from Baltimore in January 2017 and from Tampa in February 2017.

Other highlights include new short cruises, Carnival Victory will sail from Miami on new three- and  four-day  deployments and Carnival Valor will sail the short cruises from Port Canaveral. There are over 2,500 short itineraries available ranging from two to five days.

Also open for reservations through 2018 are several new homeport deployments, including seven-day Carnival Breeze departures from Galveston, week-long Carnival Magic sailings from Port Canaveral, Fla., and four- and five-day Carnival Triumph cruises from New Orleans.

Take a look at the Carnival site for all the cruise offerings including Carnival Vista’s cruises after it debuts in Europe May 1, 2016.

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