Carnival Cruise Line Sails from Tampa Again!

Carnival Cruise Line is cruising right along as the Carnival Pride resumed its operations from Tampa, FL. with a seven-day Western Caribbean cruise with stops in the Mexican ports of Costa Maya and Cozumel as well as Belize and Mahogany Bay in Roatan, Honduras. A second ship, Carnival Pride, will start again in March 2022 from Tampa.
   Carnival Cruise Line started its first year-round cruise program from Tampa in 1994 on the since-retired Tropicale, which carried 28,000 passengers a year. The line has since increased passenger capacity nine-fold, making it one of the largest cruise operators in the area. Cruise operations in Tampa are part of Carnival’s close-to-home ship deployment strategy which positions ships near large U.S. population centers along the East and West Coasts and the Gulf of Mexico to make cruising convenient for everyone. 
   Carnival Pride’s Tampa offerings include six-, seven- and eight-day Western Caribbean sailings. Carnival is rolling out its U.S. fleet incrementally and all 22 of its U.S.-based ships will be back in guest operations by March 2022.

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