Eastern Caribbean from New Orleans, La

  • 7 nights, departs on the 19th Nov 2023
  • Carnival Cruise Lines, Carnival Glory
  • New Orleans, Louisiana, Key West, Florida, Freeport, Grand Bahama + 2 more
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£548*pp
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Carnival is a cruise line that specialises in fun-filled, family-friendly cruises. The US-based cruise line, part of parent company Carnival Corporation (which also owns Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, Seabourn, P&O Cruises UK and Australia, Cunard, Costa Cruises and AIDA) was founded in 1972 and currently has a fleet of 23 ships that sail North America and Europe, with more due to be added over the next few years. Roughly half of Carnival’s ships have a capacity of between 2,500 and 3,900 guests. February 2021 sees the launch of $1 billion Mardi Gras (originally scheduled for 2020, the launch was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic), which will become Carnival’s largest ship, carrying an impressive 5,200 passengers and featuring the first roller coaster at sea. This will be followed by sister Excel-class ship Carnival Celebration, which will include similar features to Mardi Gras and will start sailing from Port Miami in November 2022. The 3,000-passenger Carnival Radiance (previously named Carnival Victory) is also due to undergo a $200 million refit next spring. Carnival Cruise Line sails almost exclusively from North American homeports, with a few exceptions.

Cruise Itinerary

Day 1
Your adventure begins in New Orleans, Louisiana
Day 5

Carnival Glory, ship details

If you’re looking for a vacation at sea that’s as colourful as the décor of the ship taking you there, an entire palette of fun activities and hot spots awaits aboard Carnival Glory.

Full ship details

Cabin prices for 19th Nov 2023

Inside

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£548 *pp

Outside

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£629 *pp

Suite only

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£1,104 *pp

Balcony

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£780 *pp

All prices

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£548*pp
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