Earlier this month, Carnival Cruise Line announced a new timeable for the return of cruises on their cruise ships.
Carnival Cruise Line will not bring back all of their 27 of their cruise ships at the same time. The cruise line is planning on resuming their first cruises in August on select cruise ships and then slowly adding more ships in service as the year goes on.
Here is a rundown of when each Carnival cruise ship is currently scheduled to resume cruises. It is important to note that due to the fluid situation with COVID-19, these dates may change as the summer goes on.
Carnival Breeze, Carnival Dream, Carnival Elation, Carnival Freedom, Carnival Horizon, Carnival Magic, Carnival Sensation, and Carnival Vista will resume cruises on August 1, 2020 out of Florida and Galveston, Texas.
Carnival Splendor will return to service on September 25, 2020.
Carnival Sunrise will sail its next cruise on October 31, a five night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean.
Carnival Legend will resume cruises on November 15 with a seven night sailing to the Western Caribbean out of Tampa.
Carnival Radiance, formerly Carnival Victory, will sail its first cruise after a massive remodel on November 8, 2020 and sail a seven night cruise to the Western Caribbean from Port Canaveral.
Carnival Spirit will now return to service on October 25, a seven night sailing to New Caledonia out of Brisbane, Australia.
All other Carnival cruise ships will return to service starting in September 2020.