Carnival Jubilee to operate Galveston Departures

Today marks the first day of a new era for the Port of Galveston, as Carnival Cruise Line has opened up reservations for its much-anticipated LNP power shop Carnival Jubilee.

The Galveston departures for the Carnival Jubilee will begin on November 18 2023, when the ship will offer seven-day Western Caribbean itineraries from its homeport on Galveston Island, Texas.

Once at her home port, Carnival Jubilee will visit Mexcian port that includes Cozumel and Costa Maya, as well as Mahogany Bay (Isla Roatan), Honduras.

Prior to her US arrival and inaugural season from Galveston, Carnival Jubilee will depart on October 30, 2023, from London (Southampton) on an 18-day transatlantic voyage. 

During her 18 voyage, Jubilee will visit the Port of Vigo in Spain, Las Palmas and Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Funchal in Portugal and Grand Turk, before arriving in Texas.

Carnival Jubilee will join her sisters, Mardi Gras, sailing from Port Canaveral since mid-2021, and Carnival Celebration, which will be based in Miami beginning later this year.

All 3 ships will run on LNG, better known as the liquefied natural gas technology platform. Carnival Corporation pioneered the introduction of LNG fuel in the passenger cruise sector as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to sustainability and emissions reduction.


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Carnival Jubilee will share features from her sister ships that guests know and love, including the award-winning and pulse-racing BOLT roller coaster, expanded dining options, more than 20 different stateroom categories and multiple levels of spacious and luxurious suites, and a stunning, three-deck atrium.