Carnival Cruise Lines’ revamped ship Carnival Sunshine is to run 20 departures from New York next summer.
The sailings will operate between June and October 2016 and range from two-day breaks to 10-day voyages. Destinations include Canada, New England, Bermuda and the Caribbean.
The vessel – the first to feature all of Carnival’s ‘Fun Ship 2.0’ dining, bar and entertainment facilities – will also sail from Charleston, South Carolina and Norfolk, Virginia, in summer and autumn 2016.
Carnival Sunshine replaces Carnival Splendor on the line’s departures from New York and Norfolk in 2016.
Carnival Sunshine will then return to its current homeport of Port Canaveral, Florida, to offer a schedule of five to eight-day Caribbean cruises from November 2016.
Information on the future homeport of Carnival Splendor will be provided in the near future, the company said.
The line’s president, Christine Duffy, said: “Carnival Sunshine has an extraordinary array of guest features and facilities and will provide consumers and our valued travel agent partners with a wide range of itinerary choices from these highly attractive east coast homeports.”
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