The Carnival Magic arrived in New York City on Thursday, marking the return of yet another homeport for Carnival Cruise Line.
The vessel is now set to offer a series of four- to nine-night cruises to Bermuda, Canada and the Caribbean departing from the Manhattan Cruise Terminal.
For its first sailing from the city since 2019, the Magic is operating a four-night itinerary to Bermuda.
In addition to two and a half days at sea, the cruise includes an eight-hour stop in King’s Wharf.
Running through late September, the New York program also features different week-long itineraries to the Caribbean visiting Grand Turk, the Bahamas, San Juan, St. Maarten, St. Thomas and more.
In September, the ship is offering two sailings to Canada as well. Sailing seven-night itineraries, the cruises feature calls in Saint John, Sydney and Halifax.
A Dream-class vessel, the Carnival Magic debuted in 2011 and offers a host of facilities and services.
In addition to traditional features such as a casino and a theater, the vessel has the SportsSquare, an expansive sports complex with a ropes course and an outdoor fitness area, and The Lanai, a wrap-around promenade with whirlpools that extend out over the ship’s sides.
The vessel also offers an indoor/outdoor café and live entertainment venue called Ocean Plaza, as well as Carnival WaterWorks aqua park and a Serenity adults-only retreat.
Other attractions include the RedFrog Pub, a Caribbean-inspired watering hole with its own private label beer, and Cucina del Capitano, an Italian family-style restaurant that brings the heritage of Carnival’s captains to the table.
After first welcoming guests back in July 2021, Carnival Cruise Line completed its restart plans last month.
On May 2, the Carnival Splendor became the last vessel to resume service for the brand, marking the return of its entire 23-ship fleet.
With the return to New York City, Carnival has also resumed revenue operations from 14 homeports.