Carnival Cruise Line has confirmed three more ships will resume guest operations in September.
Another four will return in October, bringing the total number of ships to 15.
Based on the success of its initial resumption of service and the guest response to the onboard experience and health and safety protocols that have been implemented, Carnival will continue to operate all its ships as vaccinated cruises through at least October.
The three ships for September are Carnival Glory from New Orleans, starting on September 5th, Carnival Pride from Baltimore, starting on September 12th, and Carnival Dream from Galveston, starting on September 19th.
Turning to October, the four additional ships to restart will be Carnival Conquest from Miami, effective from October 8th, Carnival Freedom from Miami, effective October 9th, Carnival Elation from Port Canaveral, effective October 11th, and Carnival Sensation from Mobile, effective October 21st.
At the same time, Carnival is notifying guests and travel agents of an extension in its pause of operations through September 5th for Carnival Pride from Baltimore, September 11th for Carnival Dream from Galveston, October 4th for Carnival Conquest from Miami and October 16th for Carnival…