Carnival Launching Longer-Length Cruises
A new way to sail with Carnival
By Dana Niland
Carnival Cruise Line has launched Carnival Journeys, a series of nine- to 15-day voyages that will sail this fall to many of the Caribbean’s less-traveled ports.
The collection of longer-length trips will provide guests with the chance to experience a wide variety of destinations and more time to fully enjoy the activities, features, and facilities aboard the line’s ships.
“Carnival Journeys was created to offer our existing customers even more options while helping us to attract those guests who have not had the opportunity to sail with Carnival and may be enticed by these longer, more exotic itineraries,” said Christine Duffy, Carnival’s president. “These new cruises also offer our valued travel agent partners a tremendous new sales opportunity and a great way to earn enhanced commissions based on the longer cruise duration.”
Guests will have the opportunity to choose from 28 Carnival Journeys sailings, which service nearly 40 different tropical locations, including less-traveled ports like Tobago, Grenada, Martinique, and Bonaire.