Cruise News Today — November 25, 2021 [VIDEO]

Carnival Vista to Move to Port Canaveral

Carnival Cruise Line has announced that when Carnival Jubilee debuts in Galveston in 2023, Carnival Vista will be moving to Port Canaveral.

From Canaveral starting in November 2023, the vessel will operate five to eight-night voyages in the eastern and southern Caribbean.

Carnival Vista’s Port Canaveral itineraries are open for booking.

STORY: Carnival Vista Will Move to Port Canaveral in 2023

Bahamas Paradise Cancels Cruises

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has canceled a handful of sailings on Grand Classica starting at the end of the month.

The cruise line said the ship will be taken out of service for a three week dry dock in Freeport, Bahamas to undergo technical maintenance and general refurbishments at a Freeport dry dock. The dates impacted are November 29 to December 21. 

The Grand Classica was launched in 1991 as the Costa Classica, and spent 17 years sailing with the line until being bought and renamed in 2018. 

MSC Seashore Docks Alongside Sister Ship in Jamaica

MSC Cruises’ new ship MSC Seashore arrived in Falmouth, Jamaica for the first time on Wednesday. The vessel docked at the port alongside sister ship MSC Divina, which has been sailing in the Caribbean since 2013. 

MSC Seashore is homeported in Miami, where she will offer mostly seven-night cruises to the Caribbean year-round.

STORY: New MSC Seashore Arrives in Jamaica, Docks Beside Sister-Ship

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