Carnival Triumph’s Inaugural Call at Cartagena Marked with Traditional Maritime Plaque Exchange

by Joyce Oliva
Carnival Triumph’s Inaugural Call at Cartagena Marked with Traditional Maritime Plaque Exchange
Carnival Triumph’s Inaugural Call at Cartagena Marked with Traditional Maritime Plaque ExchangeCarnival Triumph’s Inaugural Call at Cartagena Marked with Traditional Maritime Plaque ExchangeCarnival Triumph’s Inaugural Call at Cartagena Marked with Traditional Maritime Plaque ExchangeCarnival Triumph’s Inaugural Call at Cartagena Marked with Traditional Maritime Plaque Exchange

 

To commemorate Carnival Triumph’s inaugural call at Cartagena, Colombia, a traditional maritime plaque exchange was held on board between Captain Alessandro Iemmi and officials from the historic South American city.

Carnival Triumph visited Cartagena as part of a 12-day Journey of Discovery voyage that departed Galveston March 2 and also includes stops at George Town, Grand Cayman; Limon, Costa Rica; Colon, Panama; and Santa Marta, Colombia.

Following the cruise, Carnival Triumph will resume its four- and five-day schedule from Galveston.  The ship will reposition to New Orleans in spring 2016 to launch year-round four- and five-day cruises from that port.

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