Newly Renovated Carnival Pride Sets Sail From Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore Again


Carnival Cruise Line has announced that it is proud to welcome the return of the cruise ship the Carnival Pride to the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore. The re-introduction of the vessel will permit Northeasterners, who wish to escape extreme winter weather, to set sail for warmer locations in the Caribbean.

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However, the docking of the ship also allows anyone to set sail anytime throughout the year as the sailing vessel will offer a variety of year-round cruises to Bermuda and key locations in the Bahamas and the Caribbean.

Recently, the Carnival Pride cruise ship underwent an intense multi-million dry dock, which added a variety of Fun Ship 2.0 innovations to the ship’s design. New restaurants and a massive Waterworks Park are included among the renovations. The Green Thunder attraction in the park is the steepest and quickest slide of its kind on a cruise vessel.

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Cruise itineraries of Carnival Pride feature 5-day to 14-day Bermuda cruises, including a 5-day Bermuda sailing featuring two days and one night at the King’s Wharf in Bermuda, with two days at sea. A 6-day Bahamas cruise makes stops at Nassau and Freeport, while the 7-day excursion calls on Port Canaveral in Florida.

For ocean-goers who are interested in a longer sailing journey, an 11-day trip leaves Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore on January 17, 2016, reaching its final destination in St. Croix on January 28, 2016. Stops made along the way include Grand Turk and Aruba.

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