Carnival to Feature Two Trans-Atlantic Cruises in 2021

January 11, 2020 Staff Writer

Carnival to Feature Two Trans-Atlantic Cruises in 2021

Carnival Cruise Line announced today that the “Carnival Valor” will feature two transatlantic sailings in 2021.

The Carnival Valor will sail from New Orleans to Barcelona on a 15-day sailing from January 25th, 2021. If you love days at sea, this itinerary will feature a whopping 10 of them!

The itinerary will feature four days at sea, sailing from New Orleans to Bermuda. Then, another 5 sea days with a stop in Madeira. One additional day at sea with a stop in Malaga and finally Valencia on day 15 of the cruise. Carnival Valor and her passengers will arrive in Barcelona on February 9 where they will disembark.

The Valor will then enter into a scheduled 17-day dry-dock. While Carnival has not announced its plans for what will occur during dry-dock, it’s assumed they will perform maintenance and refurbishments throughout the ship.

Upon completion of dry-dock, the Valor will then begin another transatlantic itinerary back to New Orleans.

Leaving from Barcelona on February 26th, the Valor will then sail to Cartagena. On the 3rd day, she will then call on Funchal. From there, a full FIVE DAYS at sea, arriving at St. Maarten and the next day at San Juan, PR. Then three more days at sea with the Carnival Valor finally arriving in New Orleans.

Once the Valor is back to home-port in New Orleans, she will resume her normal year round schedule, starting on March 13th, running four day sailings to Cozumel and five day sailings to Yucatan.

Both sailings are currently on sale. Contact Christine from CruisePlanners at 561-705-0899 or visit http://cpdiscoverytravel.com/ for more information!

Author: Staff Writer

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