Carnival Cruise Line returned to the Port of San Diego this week to launch a winter schedule of three- to 15-day voyages aboard Carnival Miracle, marking the line’s first departure from the port in seven years.
Carnival Miracle’s San Diego-based schedules are part of the line’s West Coast expansion that also includes its first-ever program from San Francisco to Alaska, Hawaii and Baja Mexico as well as the arrival of Carnival Panorama which kicks off a year-round schedule from Long Beach 11 December – the company’s first new cruise ship in Southern California in 20 years.
Commenting, Fred Stein, Carnival’s vice president of revenue, deployment and itinerary planning, said: “We’re delighted to return to the Port of San Diego to offer this diverse schedule of convenient and attractive voyages for our guests.”
“The West Coast is an important and fast-growing market for Carnival and these departures from San Diego provide guests a wide array of exciting cruise choices with stops along Baja Mexico, the Mexican Riviera and Hawaii.”
Carnival’s San Diego programme offers wide range of cruise durations and Ports, from three-day weekend getaways to longer length adventures to Cabo San Lucas, Hawaii and the Panama Canal.