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Carnival Cruises from New Orleans

By Edited Oct 28, 2015 1 0

 

Carnival Cruises from New Orleans

Check out Carnival Cruises from New Orleans for Your Next Vacation.

There are many reasons for embarking on Carnival Cruises from New Orleans. Couple the fun of Carnival Cruises from New Orleans, with a day or two of touring ‘The Big Easy,’ and you will have a fun and enchanting vacation.

What ships will provide you with Carnival Cruises from New Orleans?

Three ships currently offer Carnival Cruises from New Orleans: the Ecstasy, the Triumph, and the Conquest. If you are a newbie to sailing the high seas, you will enjoy trying cruising on one of the shorter, four or five day, sailings courtesy of the Ecstasy or the Triumph.

Carnival Cruises from New Orleans on the Ecstasy.

The Ecstasy is a member of the Fantasy Class of ships. One of the older members of the fleet, she has been renovated. Listed below are some of her specifications according their website:

Gross Tonnage - 70,367

Length - 855 feet

Beam -103 feet

Cruising Speed - 21 knots

Guest Capacity - 2,056

Total staff - 920

Ship size - large

Suites with balcony - 54

Accommodations inside - 408

Registry - Panama

For Carnival Cruises from New Orleans, aboard the Ecstasy, you can choose four, five, or seven day sailings.

The four day sailings offer two sea days, with a stop in Cozumel, Mexico.

The five day sailings stop in Cozumel, Mexico and Progreso, Yucatan, Mexico.

The seven day Western Caribbean itinerary docks in Montego Bay, Jamaica; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; and Cozumel, Mexico, along with three sea days.

Carnival Cruises from New Orleans on the Triumph.

The Triumph is one of two ships that are in the Triumph Class. Her statistics are as follows:

Gross Tonnage - 101,509

Length - 893 feet

Beam - 116 feet

Cruising Speed - 21 knots

Guest Capacity - 2,758 (double occupancy)

Total staff - 1,100

Registry - The Bahamas

For Carnival Cruises from New Orleans, aboard the Triumph, you can choose four, five, or seven day sailings.

Like the Ecstasy, the Triumph also offers four day sailings to Cozumel, Mexico. And like the Ecstasy’s five day itinerary, the Triumph visits both Cozumel, Mexico and Progreso, Yucatan, Mexico.

The Triumph offers both a Western Caribbean and an Eastern Caribbean itinerary. In the Western Caribbean, she sails to Belize City, Belize; Isla Roatan, Honduras; and Cozumel, Mexico, along with three sea days. Her Eastern Caribbean voyage features port stops in Key West, Florida, USA; Freeport, Bahamas; and Nassau, Bahamas, with three sea days.

Carnival Cruises from New Orleans on the Conquest.

The Conquest, the first ship built in the Conquest Class, offers six, seven, and eight day cruising trips. She is also the largest of the three ships operating Carnival Cruises from New Orleans. Check out her impressive figures below:

Total Staterooms -1,487

Decks - 13

Carnival Cruises from New Orleans Two

Passenger capacity - 2,974

Total crew - 1,150

Officer’s nationality - Italian

Ship size - Large

Tonnage - 110,000

Ship length - 953

Registry - Panama

 

Between the Western and Eastern Caribbean routes, many exciting ports of call are presented to cruisers.

In the Western Caribbean, depending on the date of the sailing you book, your itinerary will include two or more of the following: Cozumel, Mexico; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; Montego Bay, Jamaica; Ocho Rios, Jamaica; Belize City, Belize; Isla Roatan, Honduras; Costa Maya, Mexico; and Progreso, Yucatan, Mexico.

The Eastern Caribbean routes offer up neat ports such as: Key West, Florida, USA; Freeport, Bahamas; and Nassau, Bahamas

Don’t forget about ‘Nawlins’ on Carnival Cruises from New Orleans.

It’s easy to get wrapped up in one of these awesome Carnival Cruises from New Orleans, and forget all about this fascinating embarkation city. But ‘The Crescent City’ won’t be forgotten. She’s resurrected herself out of the ravages of Katrina, and she’s ready to welcome all the guests who wish to visit.

Y’all know all the great landmarks. There’s the infamous French Quarter, home to the world renowned, Bourbon Street. Bourbon Street, as well as the French Quarter, itself, contain many bars and restaurants, some of which date back to the eighteen hundreds. And the Café du Monde, founded in 1862, is a ‘must visit,’ to sample their legendary beignets.

Cajun and Creole cuisine, jazz, Mardi Gras, and Voodoo—all synonymous with ‘The Queen of the Mississippi.’

Before, or after, your Carnival Cruises from New Orleans, make sure to make some time to tour the ‘Birthplace of Jazz.’ Often, the cruising company will offer different shore excursions, set to depart following your ship’s debarkation. On whatever vessel you select, for your Carnival Cruises from New Orleans, check with their Shore Excursion Desk for touring information while in the ‘The Big Easy.’

Or, if you prefer to do your own thing, checkout some travel guides for the area.

Just make sure not to miss the sights, the smells, the tastes, and the sounds, while visiting for your Carnival Cruises from New Orleans.

 

Please click below to check out my other cruise related articles.

How to Book a Cheap Caribbean Cruise

How to Save Money with the Carnival Cruise Credit Card

Carnival Cruise Sensation

Carnival Cruise Pride

Carnival Cruise Destiny

Carnival Cruise Paradise

 

 


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