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TTC Special: Carnival combines Cuba and Mexico tourist destinations

TTC Special: Carnival combines Cuba and Mexico tourist destinations
By F Martin

The gigantic company Carnival Cruise Line has just announced two leading destinations of its season, an explosive commercial mix of Cuba and Mexico.

“We can’t wait for our guests to check out the fantastic new features aboard Carnival Paradise, which returns to service better than ever offering an exciting combination of itineraries featuring top destinations in the Caribbean, Mexico and Cuba,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival.

The company, one of the largest in the world in its business, has several new features for the next cruise season. One is that Carnival Paradise returns to year-round cruise service from Port Tampa Bay following an extensive month-long dry dock that added a variety of spaces and innovations, including a spectacular water park, 38 new staterooms, 98 balconies added to existing accommodations, and an array of exciting food and beverage concepts.

TThe ship left on five-day Caribbean cruise to Cozumel and Grand Cayman – part of the ship’s year-round sailings from Tampa that also include four-day cruises to Cozumel and five-day cruises to Cozumel and Mahogany Bay (Roatan), Key West or Grand Cayman.

Carnival Paradise also offers four- to eight-day cruises to Cuba featuring day-long and overnight calls in Havana, as well as visits to popular ports throughout the Caribbean.

In addition to Carnival Paradise’s short cruise program, Carnival’s Tampa-based offerings include Carnival Miracle’s year-round six- and seven-day cruises visiting beautiful ports throughout the western Caribbean, as well as eight-day voyages that include a partial transit of the Panama Canal.

The cruise season in the Caribbean is fast activating.

Norwegian Encore, the latest addition to Norwegian Cruise Line’s fleet, is invited travelers to discover or rediscover the Caribbean islands with cruises now on sale for voyages beginning in fall of 2019.

Guests can now book their cruise vacation on Norwegian’s fourth Breakaway-Plus class ship, the final ship in the most successful class of the company’s history.

For her inaugural 2019 season, Norwegian Encore will cruise out of Miami every Sunday, and sail seven-day voyages to the Eastern Caribbean, beginning with her first journey on November 17, 2019 through April 12, 2020.

Kevin Bubolz, Managing Director Europe of Norwegian Cruise Line aid that in the coming “months we will be sharing more details on the ship’s design, accommodations, dining and onboard offerings.”

According to the announcements that company will feature some of the region’s most popular destinations offering a perfect mix of leisure, culture and adventure.

On this voyage, guests will first visit San Juan, Puerto Rico. After the visit Norwegian Encore will then make her next call into St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, notably known for its picturesque beaches and snorkeling locations and finally, guests will have the chance to revel in the isle of Tortola, British Virgin Islands.