Carnival to offer new Carnival Journeys and Alaska cruises in 2025

New voyages will be offered onboard Carnival Spirit and Carnival Luminosa

Carnival to offer new Carnival Journeys and Alaska cruises in 2025

Carnival Cruise Line

Carnival Spirit (pictured) will sail three Carnival Journeys voyages and a series of Seattle to Alaska cruises

By Alex Smith |

Carnival Cruise Line has revealed new sailings that will be available in its 2025-26 deployments onboard Carnival Spirit and Carnival Luminosa.

These include several ‘Carnival Journeys’ voyages, adding to the programme of longer cruise itineraries. Carnival Luminosa will depart Brisbane, Australia, on 3 April 2025 on a 29-day transpacific sailing to Seattle, with calls to Okinawa, Hiroshima, Tokyo, Hakodate and Kushiro in Japan, as well as Anchorage, Juneau and Ketchikan in Alaska.

Carnival Spirit will offer three Carnival Journeys cruises. The first is a 14-day transatlantic cruise departing on 16 March 2025 from Barcelona and ending in Miami, with visits to Malaga and Cadiz in Spain, Ponta Delgada in the Azores, and the island of Bermuda. The second is a 15-day voyage from Miami to Seattle, departing 30 March 2025, transiting the Panama Canal and visiting Cartagena, Colombia; Puntarenas, Costa Rica; and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Finally, it will cruise roundtrip for 15 days from Seattle to Hawaii, with visits to Honolulu, Kahului, Nawiliwili, and Hilo in Hawaii, along with Victoria in Canada.

New cruises to Alaska from Seattle will include seven-day cruises departing every Thursday on Carnival Luminosa, beginning on 1 May 2025. After leaving Seattle, the ship will visit Tracy Arm Fjord, Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan in Alaska, as well as Victoria, British Columbia.

Carnival Spirit, meanwhile, will sail 21 seven-day cruises on the same route from 14 April 2025 and continuing through the summer, with the final departure on 9 September. The ship will also sail an eight-day cruise departing 5 May 2025 that adds Icy Strait Point as a port of call.

“The wildlife, well-preserved natural wonder, the incredible experiences on shore and the welcoming locals are just some of the reasons why Alaska cruises are so popular with guests, and also why they tend to book quickly,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line. “These two ships will also build on our popular Carnival Journeys programme, making more truly bucket-list destinations available on opposite sides of the world.”

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