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Updated News from Carnival Cruise Line

Whittier to Be Used as Embarkation Point for Carnival's 2004 Southbound Alaska Cruises
Newly Added Homeport Offers Convenience for Alaska-Bound Guests

MIAMI (01/30/04) - Beginning with the 2004 season, Carnival Cruise Lines' 2,124-passenger Carnival Spirit will depart from Whittier, Alaska, on its seven-day southbound Alaska cruises, providing a more convenient embarkation point and saving guests 90 minutes travel time on this popular "FunShip" cruise program. Previously, Carnival's southbound Alaska cruises departed from Seward, Alaska, approximately three hours from the Anchorage airport via motorcoach. See Cruise News for details.

Carnival's 'Fun Ship' Jubilee to Operate 4- & 5-DAY Cruises From Jacksonville in Summer 2004
1,486-Passenger SuperLiner Marks the Third Carnival 'Fun Ship' To Sail From Northeast Florida Port Next Year 

MIAMI (11/25/03) - Following tremendous response to Carnival's first-ever "Fun Ship" departures from Jacksonville, Fla., scheduled to begin next year, the company has announced plans to deploy the 1,486-passenger "Fun Ship" Jubilee on a series of four- and five-day cruises from that port May 11 - Aug. 26, 2004. On this program, four-day cruises will depart Thursdays and visit Freeport and Nassau, The Bahamas, while five-day cruises will depart Mondays and Saturdays and feature Key West, Fla., and Nassau (with the exception of a special four-day introductory cruise that will depart Tuesday, May 11 and call at Freeport and Nassau.) See Cruise News for details.

Carnival's 2004 New York Cruises: Bigger and Better Than Ever
Unprecedented Number of Departures from Big Apple Include Voyages to Caribbean, Canada, New England, Bahamas, Florida and Bermuda 

MIAMI (11/12/03) - Carnival Cruise Lines will operate a record 57 "Fun Ship" departures from New York next year - a 250 percent increase over just five years ago. The line's 2004 schedule from New York includes a new seven-day round-trip Port Canaveral/Orlando and The Bahamas cruise program on the new 2,124-passenger Carnival Miracle; four- and five-day Canada and seven-day "fall foliage" voyages on the 2,758-passenger Carnival Victory; and eight-day Caribbean sailings on the 2,124-passenger Carnival Legend. Carnival Legend will also operate a special one-time Bermuda/New England cruise. See Cruise News for details.

Itinerary to feature calls at Grand Cayman, Costa Maya, Cozumel and Belize 

MIAMI (10/02/02) - A new year-round four-port "Exotic Western Caribbean" itinerary from Tampa, featuring Grand Cayman, Costa Maya, Cozumel and Belize, will be introduced in May 2003 on the "Fun Ship" Inspiration. The week-long voyages will depart every Sunday, replacing the Inspiration's current seven-day schedule from Tampa, which will continue through the departure of April 27. See Cruise News for details.

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