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Carnival Cruise Line to Sail to New Destinations in 2021-2022

By ,   November 10, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Carnival will for the first time sail to Kimberley, Papua New Guinea (PNG) and Dravuni Island (Fiji) in 2021-2022.

Carnival Cruise Line's Australia-deployed shps Carnival Splendor and Carnival Spirit to sail to the 3 new destinations including a 15-day voyage between Singapore and Brisbane visiting Kimberley WA, making a maiden call at Broome and calling at Benoa Bali, Darwin, Cairns, Airlie Beach.

Fares for the 15-night Singapore to Brisbane repositioning cruise (RepositionCruises.com) on Carnival Spirit start from US$2150 per person (double-occupancy inside cabin) departing on June 12, 2021.

Carnival Splendor cruise ship

For those who want to experience more remote cruise destinations but boasting with rich culture, Carnival's Spirit ship will visit PNG for the first time in November 2021. The ship will make maiden calls to the ports of Kitava, Rabaul, Alotau, Kiriwina Island, and the Conflict Islands.

Fares for a 10-night relocation voyage Brisbane to PNG (departing on November 21, 2021) start from US$1450 per person.

Both Carnival liners Splendor and Spirit will visit Fiji's Dravuni Island for the first time. Fares for a 12-night voyage to Vanuatu and New Caledonia (departing on October 3, 2021, on Carnival Splendor) start from US$1700 per person.

Carnival Australia’s new 2021-2022 itineraries are expected to see a 1/3 increase in voyages on offer - a total of 115 departures from homeports Brisbane and Sydney NSW.

Carnival Splendor, which is scheduled to debut next month, will become the newest and largest ship to be homeported in Sydney, Australia. Carnival Spirit, currently calling Sydney home, will reposition to a new base in the port of Brisbane in October 2020.