Carnival Cruise Lines will send two Spirit-class ships to the West Coast of America next year to sail Mexican Riviera and Alaska itineraries.
Carnival Miracle will be deployed to Long Beach in California from October this year where she will sail a seven-day itineraries year-round.
One cruise will visit Mazatlan, Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta. The second will include a stop in Cabo San Lucas and a two-day overnight stay in Puerto Vallarta. And the third to Puerto Vallarta and a two-day call at Cabo San Lucas.
Carnival Miracle will also operate three Hawaii cruises departing from Long Beach in 17 October, 16 November and 28 November 2015.
The ship will call at Maui, Honolulu, Kauai, Kona, Hilo and Ensenada in Mexico.
Carnival Legend will also sail one Hawaiian cruise following her inaugural season in Australia.
She will make an 11-day repositioning cruise to Vancouver.
Departing Honolulu on 7 May, the ship will visit Kauai, Maui, Hilo and Kona before ending in Canada.
For there she will move to the Port of Seattle where she will operate an Alaska program until September 2015.
The ship will operate 16 weeklong cruises and make calls in Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan and Victoria.
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