Carnival is the world’s largest cruise line and has more cruises departing from Miami than any of the other cruise lines.
Carnival’s “Fun Ships” are known for providing cruises packed with lots of entertainment options. Onboard activities vary by ship, but may include everything from mini-golf to water parks and sky-rides.
Carnival Cruise Lines ships sailing from Miami include Carnival Celebration, Carnival Conquest, Carnival Freedom, Carnival Horizon, Carnival Magic, and Carnival Sunrise.
Carnival Cruise Lines Ships Sailing from Miami
Max Passsengers: 5,374
The Carnival Celebration makes its debut in the Carnival Cruises lineup in November of 2022 and will sail five, six, and seven-day cruises from Miami to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
Max Passsengers: 2,980
The Carnival Conquest is all about fun. This ship specializes in short 3 & 4 night cruises to the Bahamas and Mexico.
Max Passsengers: 2,974
Lots of dining options, plenty of bars and entertainment, WaterWorks slides, and kids’ programs like Camp Ocean, make Carnival Freedom fun for cruises of all ages.
Max Passsengers: 3,934
Carnival Horizon features innovative amenities such as the Dr. Seuss WaterWorks, a huge Seaside Theatre poolside LED screen, a bike-ride-in-the-sky attraction called SkyRide, an IMAX Theatre, and a new aft-view category of balcony staterooms.
Max Passsengers: 3,690
The Carnival Magic is scheduled to sail from Miami in 2023 and 2024, with 7 & 8-night cruises to the Eastern and Southern Caribbean. One of Carnival’s Dream-class ships, the Carnival Magic is a large ship packed with entertainment and dining options for cruisers to enjoy.
Max Passsengers: 2,754
Originally named Carnival Triumph, this ship had a $200 million refurbishment in 2019 and was relaunched as Carnival Sunshine. Carnival Sunrise sails 4 to 5-night cruises from Miami to The Bahamas and the Eastern and Western Caribbean. The ship has a guest capacity of 2,984.