Carnival Cruise Line back in service at Charleston

Tuesday, Jan 18, 2022 0

Carnival Cruise Line resumed guest operations at another port with the recent departure of Carnival Sunshine at Charleston, SC.

The ship completed a four-day cruise to Nassau, Bahamas.

"We have been sailing from Charleston for 12 years, so we are excited to be back offering guests from all over the southeastern US the opportunity to cruise from this historic and charming community," said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line.

Carnival Sunshine is now sailing year-round from Charleston, offering a variety of cruises to The Bahamas and the Caribbean.

It has 19 ships already in guest operations and its remaining three US-based ships are scheduled to resume in March.

All Carnival voyages are vaccinated cruises, and all guests must show proof of a negative Covid test taken within 48 hours of boarding.

Masks are worn by all guests and crew in virtually all venues of the ship.



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