Carnival has made a huge business out of offering its customers shorter cruises from 3 to 8 days, but it would seem that people’s needs have changed, so much so that Carnival is to start offering more 9 to 15 days cruises, which is to start from later this year.
The new 2015 – 2016 schedule for Carnival’s cruises will be able to cram more destinations in and also go further thanks to the longer 9 to 15 days itineraries. However, this will only run from this coming fall until the first half of 2016.
Some of the new ports holidaymakers can expect to visit as part of the new, longer Carnival cruise schedule are Aruba, Barbados, Bonaire, Curacao, Grenada, Ixtapa, La Paz and Martinique, which as you know are some of the smaller destinations on the Caribbean.
These longer cruises may not be to everyone’s liking, as it will mean more days at sea, and so you will have to find things to do in order to keep yourself busy. However, for those that just want to switch off, these longer cruises are perfect.
There are to be 28 of these longer cruises in all, although if they prove popular, Carnival will consider offering an even greater choice to its customers.