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Carnival Cruise expands Long Beach port for Mexico, Hawaii, Alaska voyages

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Supplier: Carnival Cruise Line
Location: United States

 

Carnival Cruise lines is expanding to almost triple their current facilities from 66,000 square feet to 142,000 square feet!

The concept behind the expansion of their Long Beach Cruise Terminal is to port larger vessels and enhance terminal operations by expanding patron areas.

The expansion will allow for two ships to be docked concurrently. Due to this, guests will be able to board one ship prior to disembarkation of the other. The project completion date is set for late 2017. Carnival wants to inform guests that precautions will be taken to ensure the high level of customer service guests have come to expect.

“For years we have been working toward reaching an agreement to expand the Long Beach Cruise Terminal to accommodate larger ships on the West Coast, and we’re thrilled to finally be able to move forward with our plans to assume full usage of the Dome, making Long Beach one of our largest homeport facilities,” said Carnival Cruise Line President, Christine Duffy.

Currently from this port:

Carnival Inspiration and Imagination operate year-round, three and four day Baja cruises.

• Carnival Miracle sails seven day Mexican Riviera cruises in addition to 14 & 15 day Hawaii and Alaska voyages.

To see the original story at TravelWeek click HERE

 

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