Carnival Cruise Line announces its largest Alaska deployment ever
Carnival Miracle

Carnival Cruise Line announces its largest Alaska deployment ever

MIAMI — Carnival Cruise Line will be launching the largest Alaska deployment in its history, with three ship scheduled for 49 departures this summer.

Carnival Miracle will offer Alaska cruises from San Francisco, while Carnival Spirit and Carnival Splendor will set sail from Seattle. A wide variety of itineraries include visits to Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka, Skagway, Icy Strait Point and Tracy Arm Fjord.

“Our expanded program will bring approximately more than 100,000 guests on unforgettable cruise vacations to Alaska this summer from both Seattle and San Francisco with three great ships,” said Christine Duffy, Carnival Cruise Line president. “Our three-ship deployment also provides a highly anticipated boost for the economies of these awe-inspiring Alaska ports.”

From San Francisco, Carnival Miracle will embark on 11 ten-day voyages beginning April 28, 2022. From Seattle, Carnival Splendor will set sail starting May 2, which also marks the first time the ship has welcomed guests back onboard in two years, signalling the return to service of Carnival’s full fleet. While Carnival Splendor will offer 17 sailings featuring seven-day itineraries and one eight-day cruise, Carnival Spirit will offer 11 sailing options, with six-, seven- and eight-day itineraries beginning May 3, 2022.

In celebration of the season, Carnival is offering a special bonus sale that includes early saver rates and up to US$100 instant savings per stateroom, for sailings booked April 5 and April 6. Additionally, guests can receive up to a $50 onboard credit and 50% reduced deposits per person for all Alaska sailings.

To view all Alaska sailings, click here.