Carnival Cruise Line in 2016 will sail more Bermuda cruises than it has in five years, offering a total of nine voyages on four ships.

A Carnival spokesman said that the line has offered two or three Bermuda cruises in recent years, down from the 11 it sailed about a decade ago. The line did increase Bermuda cruises to about 15 in 2011 but sharply decreased them the following year.

“Our guests have been requesting more Bermuda cruises, so we are more than happy to accommodate,” the spokesman said.

The Carnival Pride will sail four five-day cruises from Baltimore (April 10, Sept. 4 and 18 and Oct. 26), and the Carnival Ecstasy will operate two seven-day sailings from Charleston, S.C. (May 12 and Nov. 5). 

Plus, the Carnival Sunshine will operate two cruises from two ports: a seven-day sailing departing New York on Oct. 1, and a five-day voyage departing Norfolk, Va., on Oct. 23.

The Carnival Victory will sail an eight-day cruise from Port Canaveral, Fla., on May 19.

All cruises will feature an overnight stay at King’s Wharf.

This report was updated on Monday evening to add that Carnival's Bermuda sailings spiked in 2011.


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