Carnival Cruise Line updated their guests today of further cancellations and ship redeployment. As Carnival strategizes, their phased-in return to service. Some Carnival ships were scheduled for major dry-docks for 2020 for both bow to stern updates and technical reasons. Carnival has decided to keep these ships out of service until their dry-docks are complete, leading to some sailing cancellations through fall 2021.
Sailing Updates due to delayed dry-dock schedules:
-All sailings onboard Carnival Magic departing from Norfolk, September 29- October 30, 2021, have been cancelled.
-All sailings onboard Carnival Paradise departing from Tampa, Florida, from June 5- October 28, 2021, have been cancelled.
-All sailings onboard Carnival Valor from New Orleans from September 16- October 28, 2021, have been cancelled.
-Previously announced, the Carnival Radiance debut has been delayed and will now debut in November 2021 in Long Beach.
-All San Deigo departures onboard Carnival Miracle have been cancelled indefinitely. The Miracle was scheduled to sail from San Deigo until 2023 and will be redeployed to long beach cancelling all San Deigo departures.
-The seven voyages onboard Carnival Miracle from San Deigo to Hawaii will now depart from Long Beach, CA.
-Miracle will take the place of Carnival Radiance, which was scheduled to sail out of Long Beach after her transformation from Victory to Radiance.
-Carnival Miracle will assume the three and four-day sailings, previously planned for the Carnival Radiance, from May 3 to November 1, 2021. Miracle will then sail newly launched four and five-day itineraries to Mexico from Long Beach from November 1, 2021- April 2023.
As the cruise industry continues to navigate through this unprecedented time, guests are asked to contact their travel advisors or Carnival Directly for more information or any questions they might have.