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Carnival Adds Fourth Cruise Ship in Galveston

By ,   October 17, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Carnival Cruise Line announced that it will have 4 liners homeported in Galveston TX for year-round passenger shipping operations, beginning 2021.

Building on its position as the number one cruise line from Texas, Carnival revealed that Carnival Radiance was scheduled to join the Galveston-based fleet in May 2021.

Port of Galveston (Texas)

Carnival Breeze will also return to Galveston TX from Port Canaveral FL, becoming the newest and biggest ship to operate a short program from the port. Carnival Dream will shift to 6- and 8-day Caribbean cruises while Carnival Vista will go on with her popular week-long Caribbean sailings.

With these 4 ships, Carnival Cruise Line is expected to carry an estimated 900,000 passengers per year from Galveston – more than any other cruise line – on a total of 235 five- to 14-day cruises a year, providing a variety of cruise destinations, durations, and amenities from Texas.