Carnival Cruise Line has officially resumed port calls to the Caribbean island of St. Thomas. Earlier today, Miami-based ship Carnival Glory made a day-long call there.
The visit is the first of dozens of calls by Carnival ships to the destination in the coming weeks. During today’s call, over 3,400 guests aboard the ship descended on St. Thomas to enjoy its world-class beaches and shopping, as well as visits to local landmarks and attractions.
Next week, Carnival Cruise Line will also resume calls to the island of St. Maarten, when Carnival Sunshine stops there.
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