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Carnival Firenze (Image: Carnival)

Carnival Cruise Line Opens Bookings For New Costa by Carnival Ship, Carnival Firenze

Carnival Firenze (Image: Carnival)
U.K. Executive Editor
Adam Coulter

Mar 23, 2023

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(Noon EST) -- Carnival Cruise Line today opened reservations for the inaugural season of new Costa by carnival ship, Carnival Firenze.

The ex-Costa ship will begin sailing year-round from Long Beach, California starting in May 2024 through April 2025.

Carnival Firenze is one of three former Costa ships to join the Carnival fleet and be rebranded as a Carnival ship with an Italian-style experience.

The other two are Carnival Venezia, which will sail year-round from New York this spring; and Carnival Luminosa, currently sailing in Australia.

Carnival Firenze main atrium (Image: Carnival)

"Carnival Firenze is named after the spectacular city of Florence, Italy," said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line.

"This truly stunning ship will serve as a great new cruise vacation option from Long Beach, joining Carnival Panorama and Radiance, and offering a range of sailing lengths to Baja Mexico and the Mexican Riviera."

Newly Available Sailings Give Passengers 15 Different Itineraries to Choose From

Carnival Firenze Lido deck (Image: Carnival)

The newly available sailings give guests 15 different itinerary options of three to seven-day cruises.

Carnival Firenze's sailings will visit popular Baja Mexico and Mexican Riviera destinations and include:

  • 5-Day Mexican Riviera Inaugural Cruise departs May 2, 2024, and visits Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada, Mexico

  • 6-Day Mexican Riviera Cruise, offering several departure options, visits Ensenada and two days in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

  • 7-Day Mexican Riviera Cruise, offering several departure options,visits Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlán and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

Updated March 23, 2023
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