Carnival Cruise Line to Return to San Diego with Miracle in 2019

by Daniel McCarthy
Carnival Cruise Line to Return to San Diego with Miracle in 2019

Carnival Cruise Line will continue its commitment to Southern California after the Miracle leaves — Panaroma, its new Vista-class ship, will deployed to Long Beach in 2019. Photo: CCL.


Carnival Cruise Line this week announced that the Carnival Miracle will homeport in San Diego in late 2019, marking the cruise line’s return to San Diego for the first time in seven years.

When it arrives, Miracle, which was most recently sailing seven-day cruises out of Tampa, will sail a schedule of three- to 15-day cruises through February 2020, starting with a seven-day Mexican Riviera itinerary that sets sail on Dec. 1, 2019.

Miracle will sail two, five-day itineraries that include two days at Cab San Lucas on Dec. 22, 2019 and Jan. 12, 2020; two, three-day sailings that stop in Ensenada on Dec. 27, 2019 and Jan. 3, 2020; a four-day New Year’s Baja Mexico sailing on Dec. 20, 2019; and a six-day sailing that features two days in Cabo San Lucas and a day at Ensenada on Jan. 6, 2020.

It will wrap up its San Diego season with a 13-day repositioning cruise through the Panama Canal that leaves San Diego on Feb. 1, 2020 and arrives in Miami on Feb 13.

Carnival will continue its commitment to Southern California after the Miracle leaves — Panaroma, its new Vista-class ship, will deployed to Long Beach in 2019, offering seven-day Mexican Riviera itineraries. It will begin its season by offering a one-time, three-night sailing to Ensenada from Long Beach on Dec. 11, 2019.

  0
  0
Tip of the Day

That’s how you get to know your clients better, the nuances of their desires. Here’s a trick – story begets story. So, if what you want from them is a story, give them a story and they will give you a story back.

Kindra Hall, Steller Collective

Daily Top List

The Busiest U.S. Airports at Thanksgiving

1. Los Angeles International

2. Chicago O’Hare International

3. San Francisco International

4. Denver International

5. Boston Logan International

Source: Escape Here

TMR THIS WEEK
http://services.travelsavers.com/AMGService.svc/REST/GetImage?ImageID=09da61ac-0fec-e811-ba59-782bcb66a2f2

Guided Travel: It Hasn’t Lost Its Appeal

An easy sell for travel advisors is just the beginning of why this tried-and-true way of travel remains as popular as ever.

TMR Recommendations
Top Stories
Five Reasons to Book Royal Caribbean's New Symphony of the Seas
Five Reasons to Book Royal Caribbean's New Symphony of the Seas

The world’s largest cruise ship gives travelers bragging rights about their over-the-top ocean adventures, gives advisors opportunities to earn more.

Windstar Cruises to Invest $250 Million into Star Class Ship Expansion
Windstar Cruises to Invest $250 Million into Star Class Ship Expansion

The project includes a capacity increase of 24 percent, 50 new suites and all-new guest experiences.

Carnival Cruise Line Kicks Off Construction of its Largest Ship Ever
Carnival Cruise Line Kicks Off Construction of its Largest Ship Ever

The line’s president said the new ship will be truly special, from its groundbreaking technology and one-of-a-kind features to its distinctive livery and hull design.

Carnival to Sail Two Ships to Cuba from New York
Carnival to Sail Two Ships to Cuba from New York

The cruise line revealed its 2020 schedule for the Radiance and Sunrise, marking its first Cuba cruises from the Big Apple, as well as Virginia.

Princess Cruises’ 2020 Season Includes Alaska Sailings Out of Los Angeles
Princess Cruises’ 2020 Season Includes Alaska Sailings Out of Los Angeles

Cruise executive says Alaska is a must-see destination that gives travelers some of the best travel experiences and memories of their lives.

American Queen Moves into Great Lakes, Acquires Victory Cruise Lines
American Queen Moves into Great Lakes, Acquires Victory Cruise Lines

The move takes the steamboat company beyond the U.S. rivers and will bring its current fleet to five ships, with one on the horizon for 2020.

News Briefs
TMR Report Cards & Outlooks
Advertiser's Voice
Advertiser's Voice: Tauck