Carnival Introduces Largest Deployment To Bermuda in 2025

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Carnival Cruise Line opened several itineraries to Bermuda from 2025 to 2026 onboard ships, including the Carnival Venezia.

The upcoming cruise season represents the company’s largest deployment to the islands, giving cruisers more options than ever. The Carnival Spirit, Carnival Sunshine, and Carnival Pride are other ships with newly opened sailings.

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Launched in 2023, the Venezia offers four-day weekend getaways that leave on Thursday and will travel from New York to Bermuda from May to September. Carnival also opened 5-day cruises in August and October, including two days in Bermuda.

This will supplement the ship’s existing 2024 itineraries to the same destination. Seven-day cruises allow passengers to enjoy Bermuda for three days or have a shorter stay on the islands to visit Halifax in Nova Scotia, Canada.

More Bermuda cruises onboard Carnival Glory, Carnival Sunshine, and Carnival Spirit

Carnival Pride will embark on seven weeklong trips from Baltimore, while Carnival Sunshine has seven 6-day cruises from Norfolk, Virginia.

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One of Bermuda’s pink sand beaches

Meanwhile, Carnival Glory and Carnival Spirit offer transatlantic Carnival Journeys from Barcelona, Spain. They will visit Europe before arriving in Florida.

Carnival Venezia will travel to the Eastern Caribbean

The Vista-class ship also has 8-, 9-, and 10-day itineraries from New York to the Eastern Caribbean. It will stop at Grand Turk, St. Thomas; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Half Moon Cay in the Bahamas; and Celebration Key, Carnival’s newest resort. 

Carnival Journeys onboard Carnival Venezia

Carnival Venezia will host a new Carnival Journeys cruise from New York. It will feature more unusual destinations for the cruise line, like Tortola, the British Virgin Islands, St. Kitts, Barbados, Dominica, and St. Lucia.

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Carnival Venezia docked in NYC

A separate Carnival Journeys sailing is scheduled to visit places like Curacao, Aruba, and St. Croix as it repositions from New York to Port Canaveral.

Once at Port Canaveral, the Venezia will have 3-day trips to head for Celebration Key and a Western Caribbean voyage that will stop at Cozumel and Belize, Mexico, and Mahogany Bay.

Before coming to New York, there will also be an 11-day Carnival Journeys trip to Aruba, Grand Turk, St. Thomas, and Curacao. 

Previously owned by Costa Cruises, the Venezia is one of Carnival’s newest ships.

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