Carnival Cruise Line announced that for the first time in seven years, they will once again have a ship sailing out of San Diego.
Big News For The Carnival Miracle
“Starting in 2019,” Carnival president Christine Duffy tells us, “we will be sailing the Carnival Miracle from the port of San Diego.” For those looking to sail out of the California port, there will be plenty of options, with voyages ranging from three- to 15-days. Want to be on the first Miracle sailing out of San Diego? Book passage on the December 1, 2019 trip to the Mexican Riviera.
Although the Miracle is only slated to be sailing out of San Diego for three months, they’ll be action-packed, with two five-day trips to Cabo San Lucas, two three-day trips to Ensenada, and a six-day cruise which will spend two days in Cabo San Lucas as well before making a stop in Ensenada. And if you want to kick the New Year off on board the ship, the four-day New Year’s Baja Mexico cruise will set sail on December 30.
There will also be two Carnival Journeys sailings (which feature unique onboard activities and opportunities to sample the local foods and cultures) which will go from San Diego to Hawaii. One is a 14-day sailing leaving on December 8, while the second is a 15-day trip setting sail on January 17, 2020. The final San Diego sailing of the Miracle will also be a Carnival Journeys voyage: a 13-day trip that leaves California on February 1, 2020, and arrives in Miami, Florida on February 14.
“The Carnival Miracle is the first ship that we’ll have in San Diego in seven years,” said Duffy, “so we’re really thrilled to be returning.”
Carnival Miracle is a Spirit-class ship that was launched in 2004. Bookings are now open for all the itineraries out of San Diego.
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