If you’re wondering about the newest cruise itineraries released by cruise lines, here’s the latest information from each cruise line and a rundown of what they will be offering in the future.
Carnival Cruise Line – Carnival is switching cruise ships in Alaska for 2020. Carnival Spirit will replace Carnival Legend and sail 18 cruises to Alaska. In addition to the Alaska sailings, the cruise ship will sail a series of Carnival Journeys cruises to Hawaii.
The namesake in the line’s Spirit-class, Carnival Spirit offers a wide variety of amenities and facilities, highlighted by a classic American steakhouse located forward at the top of a soaring, nine-deck-high atrium and housed under a red tinted glass dome that forms the front portion of the ship’s funnel. READ MORE
Royal Caribbean – Royal Caribbean announced their largest deployment to Alaska ever in 2020. The cruise line will sail three cruise ships to the 49th state including the largest ship to sail to Alaska, Ovation of the Seas. Ovation will be joined by two Radiance class cruise ships.
Before arriving to the Last Frontier, Ovation of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas will island-hop along Hawaii, while Serenade of the Seas sails the Panama Canal and Golden Coast on her way west. Royal Caribbean’s 2020 Alaska cruises opened for bookings on Thursday, November 8; Crown & Anchor Society loyalty members were able to book one day prior. READ MORE
Celebrity Cruises – In 2020-2021, Celebrity Cruises will visit 280 ports in 77 countries all around the world. These cruises include 169 overnight port calls to some of the most incredible destinations on earth. READ MORE
Viking Cruises – Viking Cruises has not only announced a return to Turkey in 2021, but the cruise line also announced a new 11 day cruise from Athens. This new cruise itinerary also features three brand new port stops for Viking, rated as the Best Ocean Cruise Line in the world. READ MORE
Azamara Club Cruises – Azamara, a luxury cruise line owned by Royal Caribbean, has released itineraries for the first quarter of 2021. Azamara will set sail across four continents between January and March 2021. This includes 50 late nights and 37 overnight stays in some of the most sought-after destinations across the globe. READ MORE
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