Carnival Miracle to Sail from San Francisco and San Diego - Cruise Industry News
Carnival Cruise Line today announced that it will offer a series of cruises from San Francisco with the Carnival Miracle operating a schedule that includes four- to 15-day voyages to Alaska, Hawaii and Mexico in 2020. It is the first set of cruises for the line from San Francisco.
Following strong reception to a previously announced program from San Diego in 2019, Carnival Miracle will also return to that port for a winter 2020-2021 schedule of three- to 15-day voyages.
"These deployments further bolster Carnival Cruise Lines position as the West Coast cruise leader, carrying more passengers than any other cruise operator. That number will continue to increase with the debut of Carnival Panorama from Long Beach in December 2019, the first new Carnival ship on the West Coast in 20 years," Carnival said, in a press release.
With the addition of San Francisco, Carnival operates from 19 North American homeports.
Carnival is the number one cruise operator from the West Coast, and these new programs from San Francisco and San Diego, as well as the deployment of the brand new Carnival Panorama from Long Beach, speaks volumes to our confidence in growing this important market, said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line.
Carnivals first-ever schedule from San Francisco kicks off March 19, 2020 with the Carnival Miracle and will include four-day long weekend voyages to Ensenada departing Thursdays and returning Mondays throughout the spring and summer, as well as five-day and ....