Following a $200 million dry dock that will take place in Cadiz, Carnival Sunrise will debut on 29th April 2019, with a 7-day Eastern Caribbean sailing from Norfolk followed by six -and five -day departures visiting the Bahamas, Grand Turk.
Once in New York, Carnival Sunrise will offer a series of four- and six-day Bermuda cruises as well a Cruise to the Panama Canal, eight-day eastern Caribbean voyages, when entering the Autumn Season, the ship will take in Canada & New England for a selected few nights.
The ship will also offer four five- to seven-day to two tropical Bahamian ports. There will also be a five-day Bahamas cruise and a six-day cruise visiting three of the country’s most popular destinations, including the private island of Half Moon Cay.
Following the cruises from the Northeast, Carnival Sunrise will reposition to Fort Lauderdale , to operate a winter schedule of four- to eight-day voyages to the Caribbean and Bahamas beginning 7th November 2019. The programme includes six-day voyages featuring a day-long visit and overnight call in Havana
5 Nights Orlando
2 Nights Fort Lauderdale
Day 1Fly to Orlando 5 Nights Stay
Day 2Day at Leisure
Day 3day at leisure
Day 4Day at Leisure
Day 5day at leisure
Day 6Drive to Fort Lauderdale 2 nights stay
Day 7Day at Leisure
Day 8 drop off car and Embark on to the Carnival Sunrise
Day 9Day at Sea
Day 10Half Moon Cay, The Bahamas
Day 11Nassau, The Bahamas
Day 12Disembark ship in Fort Lauderdale fly Back to London