Carnival Panorama to Homeport in Long Beach in 2019

By The Cruise Web, Inc.

Carnival Cruise Line recently announced its newest ship, Carnival Panorama, will homeport in Long Beach, California when she debuts in 2019.

Carnival Panorama will be the first new ship from Carnival to be based in Southern California in 20 years. The Long Beach Cruise Terminal recently had a grand re-opening after a multi-million dollar renovation. When Carnival Panorama debuts in fall 2019, she is scheduled to sail week-long itineraries from Long Beach to the Mexican Riviera.

The newest ship from Carnival Cruise Line, Carnival Panorama, will homeport in Long Beach, California

“This is a momentous occasion for both Carnival and the City of Long Beach – not only are we celebrating the grand re-opening of this magnificent cruise terminal, but also demonstrating our commitment to the West Coast with the deployment of the spectacular new Carnival Panorama in 2019 and the announcement of an exciting new port development project in Ensenada,” said Carnival President Christine Duffy, “The West Coast is an important market with vast growth potential and these initiatives further demonstrate the confidence in our future success in Long Beach. We are very much looking forward to having Carnival Panorama homeported here beginning next year.”

Carnival Panorama is the third ship in the Vista-class, along with her sister ships Carnival Vista and Carnival Horizon.

For more information about Carnival Panorama, and all other Carnival ships, please call The Cruise Web today at 1-800-377-9383 to speak with an expert cruise consultant.

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