Carnival Announces Alaska and Hawaii 2020 Deployments

By ,   November 10, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Carnival Cruise Line announced their cruise ship deployments for voyages to Alaska and Hawaii in 2020.

The company is moving its Carnival Legend ship out of Alaska and the vessel will be replaced by Carnival Spirit.  Carnival Spirit's Alaska sailings in 2020 are now open for booking.

The 2,124-passenger Carnival Spirit will offer a total of 18 seven-day Alaska itineraries, as well as two 8-day cruises and a 9-day journey, from Port of Seattle beginning April through September 2020.

Carnival Spirit cruise ship

7-day Glacier Route cruises run from May 5 through September 1, 2020. These include calls at Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan, and Victoria, B.C., as well as cruising Tracy Arm Fjord, while an 8-day cruise departs on April 27, 2020, and adds a call at Icy Strait Point.

There is also a 9-day round-trip voyage from Seattle September 8-17, 2020, which features all of the ports on the 8-day itinerary along with a day-long visit to Sitka. A special 7-day Alaska cruise departs Vancouver on April 20 and arrives in Seattle on April 27, 2020.

In 2020, Carnival Spirit will embark on 2 longer Carnival Journeys cruises to Hawaii: a 10-day from Honolulu to Vancouver departing on April 10 and an 11-day from Vancouver to Honolulu departing on September 25. Both itineraries feature extended day-long calls at 4 tropical Polynesian ports: Hilo, Kona, Maui and Nawiliwili with the 11-day cruise spending a full day and an overnight in Maui.