Carnival Glory makes inaugural call into Bermuda

Bermuda’s Minister of Transport Terry Lister (left) and Carnival Glory Captain Giuseppe Giusa as pictured here.

The 2,974-passenger Carnival Glory made its inaugural call into King's Wharf, Bermuda last week. As standard for any vessel calling into port for the first time, a plaque ceremony took place commemorating the maiden call with officials and shipboard crew.

Carnival Glory was part of New York's summer schedule sailing four, five, and seven day sailings to Canada in New England.
November 7 the ship will reposition to Miami where it will spend the winter months.
Source: Carnival

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