Grand Cayman/Ocho Rio from Miami, Fl

  • 5 nights, departs on the 1st Apr 2024
  • Carnival Cruise Lines, Carnival Sunrise
  • Miami, Florida, Ocho Rios, Grand Cayman + 1 more
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£389*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 Miami, Florida
Day 3
Day 4

Carnival Sunrise, ship details

Catching a great sunrise isn’t just for early-risers. Carnival Sunrise, sailing in April 2019, will have radiant fun enough for everybody to bask in!

Full ship details

Cabin prices for 1st Apr 2024

Inside

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£389 *pp

Outside

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£417 *pp

Suite only

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£800 *pp

Balcony

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£566 *pp

All prices

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£389*pp
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