Carnival Cruise Line’s Recently Renamed Ship Spends First Week in the Caribbean


After one of Carnival Cruise Line's biggest transformations, Carnival Sunrise has spent the last week in the Caribbean on its maiden voyage.

Carnival Sunrise in Grand Turk earlier this week

The fully transformed Carnival Sunrise (formally Carnival Triumph) embarked on its maiden voyage on Monday, a seven-day cruise from Norfolk, Virginia.

The highlight of the week-long cruise was a one-day visit to the tropical area of ​​Grand Turk, where guests enjoyed a variety of exciting experiences on land, from snorkeling and kayaking to, of course, beautiful sandy beaches. white

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Carnival Sunrise debuted earlier this week after a $ 200 million renovation in Cadiz, Spain, which added all the most popular culinary, beverage and entertainment innovations to the cruise line.

The ship will operate a series of trips from the Decker Half Moone Cruise Center in Norfolk before repositioning to New York for a summer time cruise of four to eight days to Bermuda and the Caribbean.

While in New York, the ship will be officially called with Kelly Arison, daughter of Carnival Corporation & plc. President Micky Arison and his wife Madeleine, during a special ceremony for guests only on May 23. After its program in New York, Carnival Sunrise will switch to Fort Lauderdale for a winter season of Caribbean cruises.

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