Billboard at Port of Miami Welcomes New Carnival Breeze

by Joyce Oliva
Billboard at Port of Miami Welcomes New Carnival Breeze

 

Although Carnival Breeze doesn’t begin its Caribbean deployment until November 2012, the Port of Miami is already rolling out the welcome mat with a colorful billboard trumpeting the ship’s new year-round homeport.

Located along highway I-395 that connects Miami and Miami Beach, the massive 3,000–square-foot billboard features a banner inscribed with the words “New Carnival Breeze, Unveiling November 2012” partially covering an image of the line’s signature winged funnel.

The 130,000-ton Carnival Breeze – the largest “Fun Ship” based in Miami – will launch year-round six- and eight-day Caribbean cruises November 24, 2012.  Six-day cruises will call at Grand Turk, Ocho Rios, and Nassau, while two different four-port, eight-day itineraries will be offered – a southern Caribbean itinerary featuring Grand Turk, La Romana (Dominican Republic), Curacao, and Aruba and an eastern Caribbean route visiting St. Thomas/St. John, Antigua, Tortola and Nassau.  Prior to its Miami-based schedule, Carnival Breeze will operate a series of 12-day Mediterranean voyages June 3 through October 25, 2012.

As the line’s newest “Fun Ship,” Carnival Breeze will offer such features as a fun-filled WaterWorks aqua park, Caribbean-themed RedFrog Pub, Cucina del Capitano Italian family-style restaurant and action-packed SportSquare featuring a ropes course and outdoor fitness area.  Also new is a Caribbean-inspired décor that will be carried out in the ship’s stunning public spaces and wide range of stateroom categories.  A number of innovations unique to Carnival Breeze will be announced in the near future.

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