Celebration, Eastern Caribbean ex Miami Roundtrip
- Sunday, 10th March 2024
- Carnival Celebration
7 Night Cruise sailing from Miami roundtrip aboard Carnival Celebration.
When we talk about our new ship, Carnival Celebration™, both words matter. Carnival suggests an amazing vacation every time, and Celebration… wow, there’s just so much there to smile about!
First off is a nod back to the original MS Celebration, a true cruising classic. But there’s also all those amazing times to come! When the new ship sets sail from Miami in 2022, we’ll be marking Carnival’s 50th birthday year (born in ’72, baby) as a tribute to all the fun we’ve shared at sea. And that’s just the kick-off — you’re also pre-invited to so many years of fun on Carnival Celebration!
We’re counting on guests like you to bring that unique spirit, but you can bet this ship’s gonna have the features to match your vacation expectations. Just like sister ship Mardi Gras™, we’re building six “zones” into Carnival Celebration — themed areas that bring together incredible experiences and flavor. And as the second ship ever with BOLT™ — that’s our onboard rollercoaster — we’ll make sure it’s every bit as speedy and thrilling as the original.
Carnival Celebration also marks the return of innovations like Bonsai Teppanyaki™, RedFrog® Tiki Bar, Family Feud™ Live, Havana Bar™, Seuss at Sea™, Playlist Productions™ and more. That right there ought to be enough fun for anybody, but there’s also so much more new stuff we’ll be revealing as construction happens.
Highlights of this cruise:
Dreaming of an island vacation? Make your dreams a reality with one of Carnival’s year-round cruises from Miami. Because it’s so close to the Caribbean and The Bahamas, Miami is known as the cruise capital of the world. But it’s more than just convenient — rev up for your cruise from Miami with the city’s nonstop action, from party-ready South Beach to the Mediterranean style of Coral Gables, plus spicy Little Havana, which hums to an island beat. Once you’ve experienced all the South Florida architectural beauty, energetic street life and sun-kissed beaches, you may want to extend your stay in the Magic City after your cruise returns.
Discovering new sights is one of the beauties of travel, and that couldn't be more true when it comes to Amber Cove, Dominican Republic. In this world full of information on just about everything, Amber Cove is a throwback — it’s the kind of quiet little spot you won’t find on most maps. But you will find it — brimming with bars and pools, plus opportunities for lounging and shopping — to be the gateway to island paradise, Dominican-style. Beyond Amber Cove is Puerto Plata, a town that began life as the first European settlement in the Americas. Its founder? Oh, just a guy named Christopher Columbus… so you know that arriving by sea is the ultimate way to get here. Whether you're looking for a day at the beach, some Dominican Republic adventure or just a little poolside me-time, Amber Cove is just the ticket.
Cruises that visit St. Thomas offer some of the best photo opportunities in the Caribbean. That’s why a Carnival cruise to the Virgin Islands tops many folk’s vacation wish lists. Seafarers from around the globe have flocked to the sheltered harbors of St. Thomas since pirates sailed these seas. Today, cruises to St. Thomas dock in one of the busiest and most developed ports in the West Indies: Charlotte Amalie, the island’s historic capital. Immerse yourself in the rhythm of the market bustle, and swing to the beat of scratch bands. Or plant yourself on a beautiful beach and relax the day away. The choice is yours when you cruise to St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
|Miami, Florida USA
|Amber Cove, Dominican Republic
|San Juan, Puerto Rico
|St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
|Miami, Florida USA