Carnival Cruise Lines Offering Golf Trips to Bermuda

The Mid Ocean Club in Bermuda is situated in picturesque Tucker's Town, offering unrivaled facilities to American tourists featuring peaceful rolling greens, private beaches, and luxurious clubhouse.

MIAMI – Carnival Cruise Line will operate its largest Bermuda season ever in 2019-2020, with more than 40 voyages visiting the nation, including eight week-long cruises departing from Baltimore and Charleston, S.C., next year.

Those are great ways to combine golf and cruising in some of the East’s top destinations. Charleston, for example, has Kiawah Island Golf Resort to its south, and Wild Dunes Resort to its north.

Bermuda is home to the legendary Mid Ocean Club, as well as Tucker’s Point and Turtle Hill, one of the world’s best Par 3 courses located at the Fairmont Southampton.

Kiawah Island Golf Resort features the legendary Ocean Course, designed by Pete Dye, site of the 1991 Ryder Cup Matches and 2021 PGA Championship. Wild Dunes has a pair of outstanding Tom Fazio designs – the Links and Harbor courses.

In total, six different Carnival ships – Carnival Breeze, Magic, Pride, Radiance, Sunshine and Sunrise – will offer four- to nine-day Bermuda cruises from five homeports along the eastern seaboard between now and next year.

Carnival Cruise Lines offers a fleet of 27 “Fun Ships” that are sailing to Bermuda with attractive golfing opportunities.

Carnival is the only cruise operator to offer round-trip Bermuda cruises from Charleston, Port Canaveral and Fort Lauderdale. Nine-day Bermuda departures have also been added to the New York-based schedules of the totally transformed Carnival Sunrise and Carnival Radiance that include four-day cruises to the island as well.

Carnival’s diverse Bermuda schedule not only encompasses a wide range of cruise durations and homeports but also a variety of ship sizes and amenities, providing consumers with unprecedented opportunities to visit the popular destination.

“Guest feedback on our Bermuda program has been nothing short of sensational and we’re delighted to expand our offerings to provide even more guests an opportunity to experience all this tropical island paradise has to offer,” said Fred Stein, Carnival’s vice president of revenue planning and deployment.

The seven week-long cruises to Bermuda from Baltimore will be offered aboard Carnival Pride and spend three days in Bermuda, while a seven-day cruise from Charleston aboard Carnival Sunshine will feature two days on the island along with a visit to the private Bahamian destination of Princess Cays. Baltimore departure dates include May 31, Aug. 2 and 23, Sept. 6 and 20, and Oct. 4 and 18, 2020. The cruise from Charleston departs Oct. 17, 2020.

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