CCL-Carnival Cruise Line's Carnival Paradise restarts guest operations from Tampa (Florida, USA)

   March 13, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

Continuing CCL-Carnival Cruise Line’s restart, Carnival Paradise restarted guest operations on Saturday, March 12, from Tampa (Florida USA) making her the 22nd CCL boat to return.

Carnival Paradise joined Carnival Pride, which restarted from Tampa FL on November 12, 2021, as the 2nd of a couple of ships that sail year-round out of Port Tampa Bay.

To commemorate this special day, as well as celebrate the company’s 50th birthday, the Carnival Paradise crew greeted the first passengers with a special welcome.

The ship departed on Saturday, March 12, on a 5-day trip to Roatan Island (Mahogany Bay-Coxen Hole, Honduras) and Cozumel (Quintana Roo Mexico, Riviera Maya).

Carnival Paradise passengers can enjoy 4-, 5-, or 6-day cruises featuring destinations like Key West FL, Cozumel, Costa Maya (Quintana Roo Mexico, Riviera Maya), Mahogany Bay, Montego Bay (Jamaica), Belize, Grand Cayman Island (George Town Harbour).

Carnival Paradise cruise ship

CCL commenced service from Tampa back in 1994, and the ~28,000 annual guests from its start have grown ~10-fold, as the company now offers ~200 voyages per year from Port Tampa Bay and will carry 200,000+ guests annually.