Carnival Cruise line set sail from the Port of Baltimore as the Carnival Pride departed today on a seven-day cruise to The Bahamas.
The liner will visit Nassau, Freeport and Half Moon Cay on its cruise.
Prior to departure, a “Back to Fun” event was held in the terminal.
During the event, Carnival President Christine Duffy, Carnival Pride Captain Maurizio Ruggiero and Port of Baltimore Executive Director William P. Doyle cut the ceremonial ribbon and officially welcomed the first guests onboard.
A press release states this news.
Christine Duffy, President of Carnival Cruise Line said that the cruise members are thrilled to be back in Baltimore.
The cruise line is not only providing guests with the relaxing vacation they’ve been so patiently waiting for but also supporting the local economy.
It is also offering its crew members an opportunity to support their families back home.
Baltimore has been a wonderful partner for more than a decade and the members are delighted to get ‘Back to Fun’ in this key market.
It serves hundreds of thousands of guests in the Northeast and along the Atlantic Coast.
Port of Baltimore Executive Director William P. Doyle said that it is a great day for the Port of Baltimore.
They waited a long time to welcome back the Carnival Pride to Charm City.
Baltimore’s Cruise Maryland is terrific.
Its cruise terminal is directly off Interstate 95 and BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport is only 15 minutes away.
The cruise terminal sits alongside Baltimore’s world-famous Inner Harbor, as well as Federal Hill, Fort McHenry, and Fells Point.
There is plenty of sightseeing, dining, and shopping options.
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