Carnival Cruise Line has opened reservations for four special sailings that will mark two first-ever port visits for the line. The voyages will be longer Carnival Journeys cruises aboard Carnival Panorama and Carnival Splendor.
New Carnival Japan Cruises
- 18-day transpacific Carnival Journeys cruise from Long Beach, California to Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan departing August 22, 2024: Ketchikan, Sitka, Icy Strait Point, and scenic cruising through Endicott Arm Fjord in Alaska, plus Kushiro and Aomori, Japan
- 25-day transpacific Carnival Journeys sailing from Singapore to Long Beach departing October 12, 2024: Ho Chi Minh (Phu My), Vietnam; Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia; Manila, Philippines; Guam, United States; Honolulu, Hawaii; and Maui (Kahului), Hawaii
- 15-day Carnival Journeys cruise from Sydney, Australia to Singapore departing July 21, 2024: Brisbane, Airlie Beach, and Cairns, Australia; plus Lombok Island, Indonesia and Benoa (Denpasar), Bali
- 16-day Carnival Journeys cruise from Singapore to Sydney departing August 24, 2024: Tanjung Priok, Jakarta, Java; Benoa (Denpasar), Bali; Lombok Island, Indonesia; Darwin, Australia; Airlie Beach, Australia; and Moreton Island, Australia
Carnival Panorama will be the first Carnival ship to visit Manila, Philippines. Carnival Splendor will mark the line’s first visit to Tanjung Priok in Indonesia.
“Offering guests new destinations to explore and make fun memories builds on our incredible portfolio of Carnival Journeys sailings,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line. “We have over 150 long cruises open for sale right now, with itineraries taking guests to beautiful places all over the world, and now Carnival Panorama and Carnival Splendor will expand on that with these truly unique sailings.”
Both the 4,000-guest Panorama and 3,000-guest Splendor offer a variety of Carnival fan-favorite venues and amenities including the Serenity adults-only sundeck, Piano Bar 88, Cloud 9 Spa, Fahrenheit 555 steakhouse, and the Carnival Waterworks aqua park.
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