Carnival Miracle to Operate Diverse Schedule

Friday, November 14, 2003
For the inaugural 2004 season of the new 2,124-passenger "Fun Ship" Carnival Miracle, Carnival Cruise Lines has assembled a diverse schedule that includes the line's first-ever departures from Jacksonville, Fla., and innovative seven-day round-trip cruises from Baltimore, New York and Tampa. "With departures from four convenient U.S. homeports to a variety of sunny, tropical destinations in the Caribbean, Mexico, Florida and Bahamas, Carnival Miracle's inaugural schedule is unique in the cruise industry, providing consumers with maximum opportunities to sail aboard this spectacular 'floating resort,'" said Bob Dickinson, Carnival president and CEO.
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