With Carnival Cruise Lines (CVL), there is a new way to see your vacation to the Caribbean with a caribou cabin in one of its ships.
Carnival Cruise Lines announced on Tuesday that it will be introducing a “Caribbean Cruise Cabin in One of its Cruises” service starting in 2021.
The service will offer caribos, sea turtles and other sea creatures to guests onboard Carnival Cruises’ ships in the Caribbean, and will offer a complimentary, cabin rental for the duration of the cruise.
This is an important change for Carnival, which has historically not allowed passengers to purchase cabin rentals on its ships, but instead requires passengers to have their own personal cabin in the vessel.
The company said it is introducing the service as part of an effort to reduce overcrowding and provide guests with more choice for their vacation experiences.
Celestia Cruise Lines’ Cabins will also feature new amenities, such as a fully-equipped kitchen, a full bar and private lounge, as well as the ability to book cabin accommodations on the ship itself.
The new service will begin with Carnival’s Caribbean Cruises, the Carnival Princess, the Princess of the Caribbean and the Carnival Victoria, the first of which will begin service in 2021, and the next, the Caribbean Princess, in 2022.
The Caribbean Cruise Cabin In One of Its Cruises is available to all Carnival Cruisers and Carnival Princesses.
It will cost $3,500 per cabin, or $1,500 for each person, for a minimum of four people.
The service will not be available to the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, which began offering cabin rentals for Carnival Cruits ships in May 2018.
The cruise line announced on its blog that the service will allow customers to “visit any Caribbean cruise ship cabin on the day of their departure and enjoy a relaxing, personal cabin rental” with “unique amenities and services to help guests get a great vacation.”
Carnivals first Caribbean Cruise cabins will be launched in the Bahamas and the Caribbean Sea in 2022 and in 2021 the company will begin offering other Caribbean cruise cabins in the U.S.
The first caribo cabin will be available for guests aboard the Carnival Carnival Princess.
The cruise line plans to open a second Caribbean cruise cabin, which will feature additional amenities, in 2019.
Cars can also be rented for $1 per night, which can be booked online.
Camelot Cruise Lines said the service, which includes a free overnight stay on the boat for the first two nights, will be offered for guests at a minimum cost of $2,000 per person.
Coyote Passport and the cariboo cruise service is only available to guests who are 21 and older and will include a free cruise on a car, a day at a car pool and a complimentary breakfast.