MIAMI, June 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Carnival Cruise Line declared strategies currently to develop its fleet by two added ships by 2023, using the delivery position of an Excel-course ship that had formerly been assigned to sister line AIDA Cruises that will get there in late 2023, as well as taking ownership of Costa Magica from another of its European sister traces, with that ship going by means of a dry dock, renaming and Carnival-branded conversion and becoming a member of the fleet by mid-2022.
These two ships are in addition to the new ability progress represented by Mardi Gras, Carnival’s initial Excel-course, liquefied organic gasoline (LNG)-driven ship which starts off sailing from Port Canaveral on July 31 and her sister ship, Carnival Celebration, which will be shipped and sail from Miami starting in late 2022, as portion of Carnival’s 50th birthday festivities.
The addition of these 4 ships will provide the Carnival fleet to 27 by calendar year-conclusion 2023, and these ships deliver lots of new facilities and capabilities for visitors, as well as environmental gains and enhancements as Carnival proceeds to exceed and grow targets for emissions efficiencies.
“We are psyched about these additions to our fleet which reflect the powerful situation that Carnival has established in the U.S., the pent-up need we continue to see for cruise vacations, and the general options by Carnival Company to enhance capacity and development in essential marketplaces,” reported Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line. “Although our quick target is on our restart of guest operations this summertime, this is one more induce for excitement at Carnival, and we will be announcing more in-depth options about homeports, itineraries and ship names extremely quickly.”
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