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1 NARROW IT DOWN. •


First, choose between the Caribbean, The Bahamas, Bermuda, Mexico, Hawaii, Alaska, Canada & New England, and Europe. Eenie-meenie- miney-moe it if you need to.


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• Consider the most convenient departure port for you and how long you can escape reality to dive into life at sea.


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Then choose your itinerary and sailing date.


2 PINPOINT YOUR PLACE.


Choose your stateroom type. How about a Balcony? Or splurge on a Suite.


Choose your room location. Is there a ship feature you’d like to be near?


Consider your travel mates. Maybe you’d like adjacent or connecting staterooms. Give it some thought while you gawk at our deck plans.


3 GO FOR IT AND SAVE!


• Reserve your vacation. Contact a travel agent today!


• Just make your move sooner rather than later for our best Early Saver fares.


Book early and save up to 20%.


With our Early Saver discount, simply book five months in


advance for a cruise lasting six days or more, or three months in advance for a short cruise, and get our lowest rate, backed by a Price Protection guarantee. If, after booking, you find a lower Carnival advertised fare, we’ll match it and give you the difference in onboard credit. How much fun is that?!


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