More Carnival Ships Resume Sailing
Carnival Freedom returned to service from PortMiami over the weekend, sailing six and eight night voyages to the eastern and Southern Caribbean. Freedom is the third Carnival ship sailing from South Florida. Carnival Elation is also scheduled to return to service from Port Canaveral.
The line said that by December, 17 of its ships will be sailing, with the remainder restarting in early 2022.
Koningsdam Returns to Service
Another ship also restarted on the west coast, as Holland America’s Koningsdam resumed service yesterday from San Diego. The ship is sailing a California coastal cruise with calls at Catalina Island and San Francisco, as well as Ensenada, Mexico.
San Diego is now receiving multiple calls from both round trip cruises and day stops.
On November 19, Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas will restart west coast voyages from Los Angeles.
MSC Seashore to Be Named at Private Island
MSC Cruises has announced that its newest flagship, MSC Seashore, will officially be named at its private island Ocean Cay.
The naming ceremony will take place on November 17, with actress Sophia Loren acting as godmother, as she has for 15 other MSC ships.
The event will also serve as the formal inauguration of Ocean Cay, which opened to guests in late 2019 just months before the industry shutdown.
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