Carnival Alaska 14 day cruise

Just saw where Carnival is doing a 14 day Alaskan cruise leaving Long Beach. I thought the price was respectable factoring in I won't be spending airfare. Should be interesting I have not sailed on Carnival in over 10 years.

 

Do you think this will be popular enough for Carnival for it to become a regular route for them? just curios.  

Tags: Carnival Alaska

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Here is the thread that I had started when I saw it come on my FB thread: https://cruiseline.com/forum/post/carnival-to-do-a-14-day-alaskan-cruise

Has the link to the article I had found and some responses. I have not done carnival, but a 14 day cruise sounds nice... I just know the west coast flights can be pricy ( I have family in SD and Reno)

Southwest Airlines has recently opened a lot more flights to LGB (Long Beach) which are better than LAX (Los Angeles)

I like longer cruises. Carnival will have to see how this itinerary goes over before committing to this as a regular offering. Carnival usually attracts families & young singles who really can't take 2 weeks off for cruising.

I think this is targeted at the California drive market, but that’s a huge market! If it sells well, I wouldn’t be surprised to see other lines try something similar (especially Holland America and Princess, who already dedicate a number of ships to Alaska).

Other lines do 2 week cruise from Los Angeles to Hawaii and back. This is part of Carnival "Journey" cruises, doing a few longer cruises a year. Living in Los Angeles I think it would be great, I'd rather spend the $ on a longer cruise then on air and hotel.

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