Groups will be able to sail out of Dover with Carnival Cruise Line to destinations across Europe including Portugal, Spain, Iceland and Italy. 

Carnival Cruise Line's Carnival Miracle ship

Carnival Miracle will sail a number of European itineraries from Dover in the summer of 2025.

There are nine different no-fly cruise itineraries now available from Dover on board the 2,124-guest ship Carnival Miracle for the summer of 2025. 

Destinations visited span several regions across Europe with ports of call including Belfast, Liverpool and then further afield there are stops such as Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Helsinki. 

Carnival Miracle will also offer a 15-day repositioning itinerary from Dover to Civitavecchia in Italy (where it will then sail on another voyage from) visiting popular destinations across France, Spain, Portugal and elsewhere in Italy.

About Carnival Miracle

There are several restaurants and eateries to choose from on board including a Mexican cantina, Steakhouse, Guy’s Burger Joint and The Chef’s Table which offers a VIP dining experience.

Groups can relax in Serenity, the adult-only retreat or enjoy a pamper in the Cloud 9 Spa. You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to entertainment too from cocktails in the Alchemy Bar to onboard comedy performances and more. 

Helsinki Cathedral

Helsinki in Finland is one of a number of destinations featured on Carnival Miracle’s European sailings. 

Carnival Legend returns to service 

The 2025 itineraries follow the return of cruise ship Carnival Legend which has begun its European summer season after a major refurbishment. 

It now features the Heroes Tribute Bar & Lounge, which honours military veterans and active-duty service members, as well as the Dreams Photography Studio and Chef’s Table dining experience.

In addition, the ship’s steakhouse has been refreshed and renamed Fahrenheit 555, while the casino has been expanded and the spa rebranded as Cloud 9 Spa and Fitness Centre. For younger cruises, the Circle C and Camp Ocean spaces have been updated and a new mini golf course has been installed on the top deck.

Groups must be a minimum of eight people to qualify for benefits and those of 16 guests or more will receive help from the cruise line’s groups team including dining arrangements and parties. For groups of 50 or more, Carnival can also customise group shore excursions. 

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