Carnival Cruise Line is introducing a once-in-a-lifetime 31-day cruise on Carnival Luminosa that will take guests to three continents, sailing from Brisbane, Australia to Japan and then across the Pacific Ocean to Alaska, ending in Seattle, Washington. Reservations for the sailing are now open.
This latest addition to the Carnival Journeys program of longer sailings is one of the longest and most varied itineraries in Carnival’s 50-year history.
“This itinerary reads like a travel lover’s wish list. This transpacific voyage on Carnival Luminosa is a truly unique offering,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line. “As we continue to grow our fleet and our offerings, our team is taking every opportunity to create exceptional new experiences for our guests. This sailing is a perfect testament to that.”
The 30-day itinerary departs Brisbane, Australia, on April 1, 2024 and includes the following port visits: Guam; Okinawa, Hiroshima, Yokohama (Tokyo), Aomori and Kushiro, Japan; Seward, Juneau and Ketchikan, Alaska, and a cruise through the Hubbard Glacier and ending in Seattle, Washington on May 1, 2024. The sailing’s stop in Okinawa, Japan will mark Carnival’s first-ever visit there.
Carnival currently has more than 150 longer itineraries open for sale, including over 70 Carnival Journeys cruises. To learn more Carnival Journeys and see other offerings, click here.