Carnival Cruise Line Releases Christmas Decorations Schedule


Now that cruise ships are back, it’s time to catch up on a missed Christmas cruise in 2020 due to the suspension of operations. Carnival Cruise Line is gearing up for a busy holiday season and has released the Carnival Cruise Ship Christmas Decorations Schedule.

Carnival Cruise Ship Christmas Decorations Calendar

Christmas is fast approaching, and with cruises suspended last year, it makes the 2021 season more important than ever. Before the end of the year, passengers on an upcoming cruise will be happy to know that Carnival Cruise Line is making sure the holiday season is felt on board with Christmas decorations that span the entire fleet. .

Santa’s mailbox on a cruise ship (Photo credit: Turn_Mug / Shutterstock)

Ships will start to have decorations from November 27 and they will stay on board until the New Years. Each ship will be decorated from bow to stern including a Christmas tree and letterbox for sending letters to. Santa Claus in the main atrium. There will also be lights, wreaths, and of course, Christmas wouldn’t be complete without mistletoe. Here’s when each ship will have decorations of:

  • The carnival breeze: December 2
  • Carnival Conquest: December 13
  • Carnival dream: November 28
  • the exhilaration of carnival: December 6
  • Carnival Liberty: December 4
  • Carnival glory: November 28
  • Horizon Carnival: December 5
  • Carnival legend: December 5
  • Carnival magic: November 28
  • Carnival miracle: November 28
  • Panorama of the Carnival: November 27
  • Carnival pride: December 5
  • Sunrise Carnival: November 29
  • Carnival Courage: November 29
  • Carnival sparkle: December 13
  • Vista Carnival: November 27
  • Mardi Gras: November 27

During the holiday season, Carnival Cruise Line will carry a range of Christmas offers on board. There will be a main holiday show during each navigation, Christmas carols and a multitude of activities for the enjoyment of the children. Possible even a visit from Santa Claus himself!

Also read: What to expect on a Christmas cruise

Carnival Brand Ambassador John Heald said more details on Christmas cruises will be announced soon. Due to Carnival Cruise Line protocols in place, some of the regular Christmas offers may change.

It is essential to check with the cruise line before any trip. As for Christmas Day itself, there will, of course, be an unforgettable dining experience with a full Christmas dinner.

Christmas Carnival 2020
Courtesy of Carnival Cruise Line

With cruises on hold for most of 2020, that meant no Christmas cruises for guests. However, with the vessels on standby and requiring maintenance, essential crew members remained on board. The Grinch brought holiday cheer in delivery of more than 10,000 handwritten cards to the crew Carnival fans and employees from across the fleet.

What was called Operations Happy Holidays was a key way to make up for the dire situation the cruise line was in at the time and with no signs of resuming operations. With more than half of the Carnival fleet back, guests and crew can catch up on last year!

Christmas tree on the Carnival cruise ship

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