Posted by: Andrew | March 13, 2009

The Carnival Spirit Begins Alaska Sailings from Seattle in 2010

The Spirit to Bring Year Round Fun to Seattle

The Spirit Brings More Fun to Seattle in 2010

Carnival Cruise Line, for the first time will operate a seven day Alaska cruise itinerary round trip from Seattle begining in May 2010.

A total of seventeen week long Alaska cruises will operate from the port of Seattle May 11, 2010 to August 31, 2010, departing on Tuesdays.

Port calls on these voyages include Alaska destinations of Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan and Victoria Island.

The Carnival Spirit is an ideal ship for Alaska itineraries with 80 percent of the staterooms having either a balcony or an ocean view.

The Carnival Spirit was designed by Carnival designer Joe Farcus with numerous styles and decor throughout the ship. As you walk from one public area to another, you pass through the glory of Gothic, the elegance of Art Deco, the exotic tradition of Chinese, the excitement of Egyptian and more. Carnival Spirit, which introduced a whole new class for Carnival shares its basic design with Costa Atlantica and offers the best of earlier Carnival vessels with a water slide, numerous bars and extensive children’s facilities.


  1. Thats really exiting. I wish more of these big ships would stop in Haines, it is a pain to have to take the ferry from Skagway to Haines for all of the best shore excursions.

  2. Tell us more about the Haines Shore Excursion possibilities…we’re always interested in learning something new…and thanks for leaving the note.

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