For the first time in seven years, Carnival Cruise Line is basing a cruise ship out of San Diego, California.
Carnival Miracle started a winter schedule out of San Diego of three- to 15-day cruises, marking Carnival Cruise Line’s first departure from the port in seven years.
The cruise schedule started yesterday with a seven-day crusing to the Mexican Riviera, and options a variety of durations and locations, together with:
- Three-day weekend getaways visiting Ensenada Dec. 27, 2019 and Jan. 3, 2020.
- Five-day voyages departing Dec. 22, 2019, and Jan. 12, 2020, that spend two days in Cabo San Lucas.
- A four-day New Year’s Baja Mexico cruise that includes Catalina Island and Ensenada departing Dec. 30, 2019.
- A six-day cruise that includes two days in Cabo San Lucas and a day-long go to to Ensenada departing Jan. 6, 2020.
- Three longer-length Carnival Journeys adventures, together with 14- and 15-day Hawaii cruises visiting common locations all through the Aloha State departing Dec. 8, 2019 and Jan. 17, 2020, respectively, together with a 13-day Panama Canal crusing from San Diego to Miami Feb. 1-14, 2020 providing a singular alternative to transit by the Panama Canal in addition to visiting unique locations in Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica and Colombia.
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Carnival Miracle options lots of the line’s signature eating, leisure and lodging choices, together with visitor favorites corresponding to the Caribbean-inspired RedFrog Pub and cocktail pharmacy-themed Alchemy Bar, a water park, specialty eating choices, a comedy membership, and a 14,500-square-foot spa.
Carnival Miracle will return to San Diego to function one other winter schedule in 2020-21.
Carnival Miracle’s San Diego-based schedules are a part of the line’s West Coast growth that additionally contains its first-ever program from San Francisco to Alaska, Hawaii and Baja Mexico in addition to the arrival of Carnival Panorama which kicks off a year-round schedule from Long Beach Dec. 11 – the firm’s first new cruise ship in Southern California in 20 years.
San Diego is an integral part of Carnival’s ship deployment technique in which the line positions ships close to giant U.S. inhabitants bases alongside the East and West Coasts and the Gulf of Mexico. Including San Diego, Carnival sails from 19 North American homeports offering an economical means for visitors to get to and from their cruise. It’s estimated that roughly half of the U.S. inhabitants is inside a day’s drive of a Carnival homeport.