Carnival Restart Replace: Newest Particulars and Dates – Cruise Trade Information


Since its re-entering into revenue service in July 2021, Carnival Cruise Line has restarted most of its fleet. Cruise Industry News has looked at the brand’s latest restart plans.
19 Ships Now Sailing in North America
Nineteen Carnival vessels are currently sailing out of seven homeports in North America. Here is the list of the company’s active ships and their deployment:
Carnival Vista Capacity at 100%: 4,000 Date: In service since July 3, 2021 Region: Caribbean Homeport: Galveston, Texas Length: 7 nights Itinerary: Western Caribbean visiting Mexico, Honduras, Jamaica and more
Carnival Breeze Capacity at 100%: 3,650 Date: In service since July 15, 2021 Region: Caribbean Homeport: Galveston, Texas Length: 4 and 5 nights Itinerary: Mexico – Cozumel, Costa Maya and Progreso
Carnival Miracle Capacity at 100%: 2,100 Date: In service since July 27, 2021 Region: West Coast and Hawaii Homeport: Long Beach, California Length: 4 to 14 nights Itinerary: West Coast, Mexico and Hawaii
Mardi Gras Capacity at 100%: 5,200 Date: In service since July 31, 2021 Region: Caribbean Homeport: Port Canaveral, Florida Length: 7 nights Itinerary: Western and Eastern Caribbean
Carnival Magic Capacity at 100%: 3,650 Date: In service since August 7, 2021 Region: Caribbean Homeport: Port Canaveral, Florida Length: 6 and 8 nights Itinerary: Eastern and Southern Caribbean
Carnival Sunrise Capacity at 100%: 2,984 Date: In service since August 14, 2021 Region: Caribbean and Bahamas Homeport: Miami, Florida Length: 4 and 5 nights Itinerary: Bahamas, Western and Eastern Caribbean
Carnival Panorama Capacity at 100%: 4,000 Date: In service since August 21, 2021 Region: West Coast Homeport: Long Beach, California Length: 7 nights Itinerary: Mexican Riviera – Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán and Puerto Vallarta
Carnival Pride Capacity at 100%: 2,100 Date: In service since September 12, 2021 Region: Caribbean Homeport: Tampa, Florida Length: 6 to 14 nights Itinerary: Panama Canal, Eastern and Western Caribbean
Carnival Dream Capacity at 100%: 3,650 Date: In service since September 19, 2021 Region: Caribbean and Bahamas Homeport: Galveston, Texas Length: 6 to 8 nights Itinerary: Western Caribbean and Bahamas
Carnival Freedom Capacity at 100%: 2,974 Date: In service since October 9, 2021 Region: Caribbean Homeport: Miami, Florida Length: 6 and 8 nights Itinerary: Eastern and Southern Caribbean
Carnival Elation Capacity at 100%: 2,040 Date: In service since October 11, 2021 Region: Caribbean and Bahamas Homeport: Port Canaveral, Florida Length: 4 and 5 nights Itinerary: Eastern Caribbean and Bahamas
Carnival Valor Capacity at 100%: 2,974 Date: In service since November 1, 2021 Region: Caribbean Homeport: New Orleans, Louisiana Length: 4 and 5 nights Itinerary: Western Caribbean – Mexico
Carnival Legend Capacity at 100%: 2,100 Date: In service since November 14, 2021 Region: Bahamas and Caribbean Homeport: Baltimore, Maryland Length: 7 nights Itinerary: Bahamas – Freeport, Half Moon Cay and Nassau
Carnival Conquest Capacity at 100%: 2,974 Date: In service since December 13, 2021 Region: Bahamas and Caribbean Homeport: Miami, Florida Length: 3 and 4 nights Itinerary: Bahamas, Mexico and Key West
Carnival Radiance Capacity at 100%: 2,984 Date: In service since December 13, 2021 Region: West Coast Homeport: Long Beach, California Length: 3 and 4 nights Itinerary: Baja Mexico and West Coast
Carnival Liberty Capacity at 100%: 2,974 Date: In service since December 19, 2021 Region: Bahamas Homeport: Port Canaveral, Florida Length: 3 and 4 nights Itinerary: Bahamas
Carnival Sunshine Capacity at 100%: 3,000 Date: In service since December 19, 2021 Region: Caribbean and Bahamas Homeport: Charleston, South Carolina Length: 4 to 7 nights Itinerary: Bahamas, Eastern and Southern Caribbean
Carnival Horizon Capacity at 100%: 4,000 Date: In service since January 22, 2022 Region: Caribbean and Bahamas Homeport: Miami, Florida Length: 8 nights First itinerary: Aruba, Bonaire, La Romana and Amber Cove
Carnival Glory Capacity at 100%: 2,974 Date: In service since February 6, 2022 Region: Caribbean Homeport: New Orleans, Louisiana Length: 7 nights Itinerary: Western Caribbean
New Fleet Plans
Previously poised to have all of its 25 ships back in service by May, Carnival is now shedding two additional vessels while reviewing plans for the rest of the fleet.
After a recent ship shuffle, the brand is soon adding four more vessels to its U.S. lineup, including the Carnival Spirit. Previously deployed in Australia, the vessel is returning to North America with a program of sailings departing from Jacksonville.
Also returning from Australia, the Carnival Splendor is now set to resume service in the United States as well. Detailed plans for the vessel’s restart, however, remain undisclosed.
Here are the latest planned start dates for the rest of the fleet:
Carnival EcstasyCapacity at 100%: 2,040 Date: March 5, 2022Region: CaribbeanHomeport: Mobile, Alabama Length: 5 nightsFirst itinerary: Cozumel
Carnival SpiritCapacity at 100%: 2,100Date: March 7, 2022Region: BahamasHomeport: Jacksonville, Florida Length: 5 nightsFirst itinerary: Nassau and Princess Cays 
Carnival ParadiseCapacity at 100%: 2,040Date: March 12, 2022Region: CaribbeanHomeport: Tampa, FloridaLength: 4 nightsFirst itinerary: Mahogany Bay and Cozumel
Carnival SplendorCapacity at 100%: 3,000Date: 2022Region: North AmericaHomeport: TBDLength: TBDFirst itinerary: TBD
Carnival CelebrationCapacity at 100%: 5,200Date: November 6, 2022Region: AtlanticHomeport: Southampton (England) to Miami, FloridaLength: 14 nightsFirst itinerary: La Coruña, Vigo, Funchal and St. Cruz de Tenerife
Carnival JubileeCapacity at 100%: 5,200Date: October 30, 2023Region: AtlanticHomeport: Southampton (England) to Galveston, TexasLength: 18 nightsFirst itinerary: Vigo, Las Palmas, Tenerife, Funchal and Grand Turk



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