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Carnival celebrates 30th anniversary in Port of New Orleans

Carnival Cruise Line launched its first year-round cruise programme from New Orleans in 1994 and over the years has expanded the number of ships.

Carnival celebrated 30 years of sailing out of the Port of New Orleans with the arrival of a ship new to the port and making New Orleans its permanent home.

Carnival Liberty (pictured) will make a berth in New Orleans and sail out of the port year-round along with Carnival Valor.

Carnival Liberty arrived in port on 6 May 2024 and was welcomed in by Carnival’s Chief Culinary Officer and New Orleans icon Emeril Lagasse, Port NOLA President and CEO Brandi Christian, and Carnival Cruise Line executives.

Carnival Liberty will sail six-, nine- and ten-day cruises to the Caribbean and Panama Canal.

Carnival launched the first year-round cruise program from New Orleans in 1994 and over the years has expanded the number of ships, capacity, and cruise options, carrying approximately five million guests.

Carnival says its cruise ships have carried an estimated 400,000 passengers each year from New Orleans.

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