Port Canaveral welcomed back the fourth Carnival ship homeported there Monday, Carnival Liberty, as she prepares for her first cruise with guests on Tuesday.
Carnival Liberty arrived back at Terminal 3, which it shares with Mardi Gras, for the first time since the restart of cruising seven months ago. Carnival Liberty had been sailing from PortMiami for the past five weeks to replace Carnival Horizon, which entered an emergency dry dock.
“We’re so excited to finally get Carnival Liberty back to her home at Port Canaveral. She’s an important part of our guest offering from an important port in our network,” said Carnival Cruise Line President Christine Duffy. “Our successful restart is possible thanks to the support of our loyal guests and valued business partners like the team at Port Canaveral.”
Now that she’s back to her homeport, Carnival Liberty begins offering service from Central Florida to the Bahamas, operating both three-day and four-day sailings. Popular stops include the ports of Nassau, Princess Cays, Freeport and Bimini.
Carnival Liberty offers multiple sailing options, which you can find here.