Carnival Cruise Line has revealed that it’ll be returning to Europe in 2020 as part of its ship Carnival Radiance’s inaugural season.
As part of the schedule for the transformed Carnival Radiance, the cruise line will return with a selection of European voyages.
In addition to its European sailings, the ship will also voyage to Cuba, the Caribbean and Canada in 2020.
Carnival Radiance’s diverse season
Following a $200 million dry dock that will take place in Cadiz, Carnival Radiance will debut on 29th April 2020 with a ten-day Mediterranean sailing from Barcelona followed by nine-and 12-day departures visiting top destinations throughout the region, including Italy, France, Croatia, Greece, Malta and Spain.
The ship will then embark on a 13-day trans-Atlantic crossing from Barcelona to New York from 11th to 24th June 2020.
Once in New York, Carnival Radiance will offer a series of four- and six-day Bermuda cruises as well as a four-day cruise to Saint John, New Brunswick, eight-day eastern Caribbean voyages and the line’s first Cuba cruises from the city.
The New York programme will conclude with a series of Canada/New England voyages featuring stops in Boston, Portland, Saint John, and Halifax.
Carnival Radiance will then reposition to Port Canaveral, to operate a winter schedule of six- to eight-day voyages to the Caribbean and Cuba beginning 8th November 2020.
Exciting changes onboard
Carnival Sunrise and Carnival Radiance will each undergo extensive dry docks in 2019 and 2020 that will add an array of food, beverage and entertainment choices.
A new WaterWorks aqua park featuring the new AquaTunnel slide as well as a SportSquare open-air recreation complex with a suspended ropes course will be added, as well.
All staterooms will be renovated with a tropical colour palette reminiscent of the ships’ Caribbean itineraries.
Group travel and excursions are available with Carnival and GTOs can request more information via an online form.
For more information, visit www.carnival.com.