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Bunker boost for Australia as Carnival confirms record cruise sailings

2020 programme is to feature a record 77 sailings from Australia.



The Carnival Spirit, pictured berthed in Sydney with Sydney Opera House in the background. Image credit: Ed Dunens Flickr CC BY 2.0


Updated on 15 Jun 2018 08:23 GMT

Australian bunker suppliers have been given a boost this week with the news that, in 2020, Carnival Cruise Line will be offering a record number of cruises departing from three major home ports - Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane - on the vessels Carnival Spirit and Carnival Splendor.

Carnival's 2020 programme is to feature a record number of 77 sailings from Australia to the South Pacific, New Zealand and Australia.

The cruise operator's 2020 programme includes the first full-year sailings for Carnival Splendor - Australia's newest and largest ship - homeported year-round in Australia, sailing from Sydney.

Additionally, the Carnival Spirit will become the brand's first ever ship to homeport in Brisbane.

Carnival currently has two ships deployed in Australia. The Carnival Spirit is the largest and newest, and is homeported year-round in Sydney, but will reposition to Brisbane and sail year-round from October 2020.

Sister ship Carnival Legend is due to return to Australia in October 2018 following its Northern Hemisphere summer season in Alaska.

The Carnival Splendor is scheduled to join the Australian fleet in December 2019 as the ship repositions to its new home port of Sydney and becomes the brand's newest and largest ship homeported year-round in Australia.






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