It looks like they plan to start in July with only 4 ships Vista & Breeze out of Galveston and Horizon out of Miami and Miracle out of Seattle.. last rumor I had heard was only Galveston and Miami.
It looks as though my family and I will be on one of the very first to set sail (July 19th) depending on what the kid's situation is since he can't get a vaccine.. I am cautiously excited.
While we continue to work toward a July restart, it will be focused on four ships:Carnival Vista from Galveston, beginning July 3. Carnival Horizon out of Miami, beginning July 4 (pending clarification on whether cruises longer than 7 days will be permitted. If not, Carnival Horizon 6 and 8-day itineraries, after and including July 10, will be modified to 7-day cruises and we will let you know of the revised itinerary. Note: The July 4th cruise will remain a 6-day voyage). Carnival Breeze out of Galveston beginning July 15. Carnival Miracle, out of Seattle, beginning July 27, assuming Carnival Freedom’s itineraries to Alaska (pending approval from U.S. and Canadian authorities on a solution to allow our Alaska cruises to operate).
We recognize there is still some uncertainty in our plans to operate these voyages. Guests booked on these sailings who wish to make alternate summer vacation plans, may cancel without penalty by May 31, 2021, and receive a full refund. Please note you will not be eligible for any retroactive compensation should these sailings eventually cancel.
Regrettably, the following embarkations have been canceled as we are unable to ramp-up our crew for the balance of our fleet given the necessary timeline for resuming guest operations:
Due to a ship deployment change, the following embarkations are also canceled:July 2 through and including September 20 – Carnival Miracle (Long Beach). The ship will be repositioning to Seattle to operate Alaska cruises this summer, pending approval from authorities.