Book Now For A Unique Cruise To Bermuda

Posted on: 25 November 2008 by Gareth Hargreaves

A new cruising route for 2009, departing in April costs from just £1,249pp to the picture postcard destination of Bermuda.

A nine-night fly/cruise from just £1,249 per person is currently available to the storybook paradise of Bermuda. Included in the price are scheduled flights, a night in New York and a six night cruise onboard the Carnival Miracle that includes two days in Bermuda and a visit to colonial chic Newport on Rhode Island.

Enjoy the timeless experience of setting sail from New York harbour then spend a day on the waves getting to know the amenities of your spectacular resort at sea.

Dock at historic Kings Wharf, Bermuda at lunchtime and explore this gorgeous island, famous for its green hills, pastel-coloured homes and world-class golf.

Take your time strolling along the pink sand beaches, biking on scenic mountain lanes, shopping for bargains and enjoying the island nightlife; before sailing to Newport, Rhode Island, known for its craggy coastline, extensive yachting history and elegant mansions from America’s Gilded Age; then enjoy a last leisurely day at sea on your way back to the Big Apple.

With a capacity of 2,124 passengers, Carnival Miracle features a huge choice of sports, activities and entertainment for all ages. Highlights include elegant dining, lounges, nightclubs and bars, a luxurious 14,500 square foot spa and health club and “Camp Carnival” for children aged two to 15. 

Prices are per person full board based on inside twin accommodation. The cruise departs on 15th April 2009.

Booking Information

For further information visit www.carnivalcruise.co.uk or telephone 0845 351 0556.

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