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Carnival Cruise Line Offering Brand New Transpacific Voyage

Setting sail in April of 2024 and for the first time, Carnival Cruise Line will take you on a 31-day voyage that will embark in Australia and end on the west coast of the United States. 

The 31-day transpacific cruise aboard the Carnival Luminosa is the longest voyage in Carnival Cruise Line’s history and is one of its Carnival Journey cruises. 

Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line, had this to say about the itinerary for this adventure, “This itinerary reads like a travel lover’s wish list. This transpacific voyage on Carnival Luminosa is a truly unique offering. As we continue to grow our fleet and our offerings, our team is taking every opportunity to create exceptional new experiences for our guests. This sailing is a perfect testament to that.”

Carnival Luminosa will set sail on her transpacific voyage on April 1, 2024, from her current homeport of Brisbane, Australia. There will be six sea days before her first port in Guam. Days 9 and 10 will be fun days at sea and day 11 will bring a full day in Naha, Okinawa, Japan. This will mark the first time Carnival Cruise Line has visited this historical destination. 

After departing Naha, passengers will enjoy another fun day at sea before porting in Hiroshima, Japan. Day 14 brings a travel day at sea with day 15 being a port day in Yokohama (Tokyo), Japan. 

After visiting Aomori and Kushiro, Japan on days 17 and 18, travelers will cross the International Date Line while enjoying several fun days at sea. Carnival Luminosa will arrive in Seward (Anchorage), Alaska on day 25. 

Passengers will be able to cruise Hubbard Glacier on day 27. Hubbard Glacier is one of North America’s largest at seventy-six miles long and six miles wide. Hubbard Glacier will be able to be viewed from the beautiful waters of Disenchantment Bay. 

The next stop will be to the beautiful capital of Alaska, Juneau. The very next day, day 29, passengers will be able to take in all that Ketchikan, Alaska has to offer. 

There will be one final day at sea before passengers will disembark on May 1, 2024, at the gates of the “Emerald City,” Seattle, Washington. Carnival Luminosa will homeport in Seattle for the Alaskan sailing season. 

The Spirit-Class Carnival Luminosa is the recent transfer from Costa Cruises fleet that has been refurbished into the new “Carnival Fun — Italian Style” ship. Carnival outfitted her with its popular Carnival-branded spaces and new gold and blue livery. Carnival Luminosa is the perfect ship for this new itinerary and can welcome just over 2,200 guests to join this epic adventure.