Carnival Special East Coast Sailings for 2002
I know some info had been posted about Carnival returning to Bermuda next year for some special cruises, but I received this from my TA today and it lists other special sailings from Charleston, Newport News, New York and Miami:
CARNIVAL TRIUMPH TO OPERATE SPECIAL SAILINGS FROM CHARLESTON, NORFOLK, NEW YORK AND MIAMI IN 2002
MIAMI (07/31/01) - Carnival Cruise Lines' 102,000-ton Carnival Triumph will operate a series of special two- to seven-day sailings from four eastern U.S. ports - Charleston, S.C., Norfolk, Va., New York and Miami - in 2002.
According to Carnival President Bob Dickinson, the sailings are part of the line's efforts at diversifying its cruise offerings by providing guests with a greater variety of "Fun Ship" departures from ports closer to home. "Today's consumers are busier and more budget conscious than ever and these Carnival Triumph voyages provide residents of the eastern U.S. with a relaxing, convenient and affordable cruise vacation option - departing right from their own backyards," he said.
Bermuda and Bahamas Cruises from Charleston
From Charleston, the Carnival Triumph will operate a six-day Bermuda
cruise departing May 29, 2002, and a five-day Bahamas voyage departing
Oct. 27, 2002. Prices for the six-day Bermuda cruise, which will dock at
King's Wharf, begin at $999 per person, while rates for the five-day
Bahamas cruise, featuring a visit to Nassau, start at $599 per person.
Bermuda and Bahamas Voyages, Cruises-to-Nowhere from Norfolk
The Carnival Triumph will operate two seven-day Bermuda cruises
departing Norfolk June 5 and 12, 2002, a six-day Bahamas cruise departing
Oct. 6, 2002, and a pair of two-day cruises-to-nowhere departing Oct. 12
and 24, 2002. Prices for the seven-day Bermuda voyages, which dock at King's Wharf, begin at $1,199 per person, while the six-day Bahamas voyage calling at
Nassau are available starting at $799 per person. The two-day cruises-to-nowhere are available starting at $299 per person (price includes gratuities).
Two-Day Cruises-to-Nowhere from New York
From New York, the Carnival Triumph will operate a pair of two-day
cruises-to-nowhere departing June 20 and June 22, 2002. Prices for these
voyages begin at $349 per person (rate includes gratuities).
Special Memorial Day Bahamas Cruise from Miami
The Carnival Triumph will operate a special three-day sailing from
Miami over Memorial Day weekend departing Saturday, May 25, 2002, and
returning Tuesday, May 28, 2002. The voyage, which will feature an
overnight stay in Nassau, is available beginning at $499 per person.
Among the largest cruise ships in the world, the 2,758-passenger
Carnival Triumph offers a variety of signature "Fun Ship" amenities and
facilities, including 18 "themed" bars and lounges whose dramatic
interiors are inspired by some of the world's most famous cities. Venues
include the New Orleans-inspired Big Easy piano bar, the elegant
multi-level Rome Lounge, and the refined Oxford Bar, modeled after a cozy
British sitting room.
The ship also features a 15,000-square-foot "Nautica Spa," a duty-free
shopping mall, full casino gambling, an Internet café, and a
2,400-square-foot children's play area - part of the line's top-rated
"Camp Carnival" program. Four swimming pools - one featuring a
214-foot-long water slide and another a retractable dome in the event of
inclement weather - are included, as well.
As part of Carnival's Total Choice Dining(SM), cruising's most
comprehensive dining program offering the widest variety of formal and
casual options at sea, the Carnival Triumph houses the two-level London
and Paris formal restaurants and the two-deck-high poolside eatery South
Beach Club. This casual eatery offers full breakfast, lunch and dinner
buffets, extensive salad and dessert bars, a New York-style deli, a
24-hour pizzeria, and Asian and American specialty areas. Other dining
options include a patisserie serving specialty coffees and sweets, and
complimentary 24-hour room service and self-serve ice cream and frozen
Of the ship's 1,379 staterooms, 60 percent offer an ocean view with
60 percent of those featuring private balconies.
Carnival is currently accepting reservations on all of the Carnival
Triumph's eastern U.S. departures for 2002. Special rates for third and
fourth guests sailing in the same stateroom are also available. Round-trip
air transportation from a variety of North American gateways can be
purchased in combination with the five-, six- and seven-day sailings from
Charleston and Norfolk.
All Carnival Triumph sailings can be purchased through Carnival's new
"Fun Finance Plan (SM)," which enables consumers to fund a "Fun Ship"
cruise vacation via fixed monthly payments over 24 months. Sample prices
range from $16 per month for the Carnival Triumph's two-day
cruises-to-nowhere to $56 per month for the ship's seven-day Bermuda
For additional information and reservations, contact any travel agent or
call 1-800-CARNIVAL. Information and reservations are also available
on-line at www.carnival.com.
Carnival Cruise Lines is a member of the exclusive World's Leading Cruise
Lines alliance which also includes Holland America Line, Cunard Line,
Seabourn Cruise Line, Costa Cruises and Windstar Cruises. Together, these
member lines share a commitment to quality and value, offering cruise
vacations that appeal to a wide range of lifestyles and budgets and sail
to some of the world's most exciting destinations. Carnival is the leader
in the contemporary market of the cruise industry.
Re: Carnival Special East Coast Sailings for 2002
I also heard that next summer the Triumph will be replacing the Victory for the Canada/New England cruises that the Vicotory was doing this summer.
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