Hawaii: Hawaii Cruise

Carnival Cruise Line

Take a Hawaii cruise from San Diego and explore exotic locations spread across multiple islands — the Hawaiian island chain is home to names you know, like Maui, Hilo and Honolulu. These spots feature postcard-worthy waterfalls, volcanoes and some of the world's most stunning, sunning beaches. You'll find these spread across an island chain so otherworldly that you may forget you're in the states! Best of all, that postcard you're sure to send home will require only domestic postage.

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Sailing Itinerary

Note: Cruise itineraries are subject to change. Please verify ports and times directly with the cruise line.

Day 1Port of Call San DiegoDeparture 4:00pm

Overview

California's second largest city and the United States' seventh largest, San Diego boasts a citywide population of nearly 1.3 million residents and more than 2.8 million residents countywide. Within its borders of 4,200 sq. miles, San Diego County encompasses 18 incorporated cities and numerous other charming neighborhoods and communities, including downtown's historic Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy, Coronado, La Jolla, Del Mar, Carlsbad, Escondido, La Mesa, Hillcrest, Barrio Logan, Chula Vista and more. Known for it's near-idyllic climate, 70 miles of pristine beaches and dazzling array of world-class family attractions, including the World-Famous San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, SeaWorld San Diego and LEGOLAND California, San Diego offers a wide variety of things to see and do, appealing to guests from around the world. In San Diego's East County, the terrain varies from gentle foothills to mile-high mountains and the historic mining town, Julian, down to the 600,000-acre Anza Borrego Desert State Park, offering nature-conscious visitors endless opportunities to hike, camp, fish, observe wildlife and much more. In San Diego's North County, the land produces quantities of flowers as well as quality grapes that become excellent wines, which are served at some of the most elegant restaurants and resorts in the region. Along the west, 70 miles of Pacific Ocean coastline not only supports year-round outdoor recreation, such as surfing, boating, sailing and swimming, but also important scientific research at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. To the south, it's a whole different country, Mexico, featuring its own cultural offerings in various towns along the border and coastline, including Tijuana, Rosarito and Ensenada. San Diego's arts and culture and culinary arts are making a name for themselves, both nationally and internationally. Balboa Park, the largest urban cultural park in the U.S., features 15 museums, numerous art galleries, beautiful gardens, the Tony Award-winning The Globe Theatres and the World-Famous San Diego Zoo. The region is also a breeding ground for the hottest, new talents of culinary arts, who prepare award-winning meals in many of the region's 6,400 eating establishments. San Diego County also features 92 golf courses and a variety of exciting participatory and spectator sports, beachfront resorts and luxury spas, gaming, a dynamic downtown district, annual special events and unique holiday offerings, multicultural festivals and celebrations, colorful neighborhoods and communities, a rich military history, accessibility for travelers with disabilities and much more. The most difficult decision to make regarding a vacation to San Diego is determining what to do and see among the region's vast and diverse variety of offerings. San Diego County offers a vacation experience for everyone.

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Day 6Port of Call Kahului Arrival 10:00amDeparture 11:00pm

Overview

Kahului is located in Maui County on the west side of the island of Maui between Wailuku and Lower Paia along Highway 32 near the West Maui Forest Reserve and the Pacific Ocean.Kahului is heart of Maui, and the only deep water port for the island. This is where the major cruise and container ships come in, the main airport, Kahului Airport is located here also. Kahului has great variety in shopping and services, but lacks the variety of fine restaurants that Lahaina has, although some of the local dining favorites reside here. There are few hotels and resorts in Kahului, there is however, a new golf course. There are four major shopping malls with the largest being the Kaahumanu Mall.Most of 'industrial' Maui is located in Kahului. It is here where one of the main power plants is located, most of Maui's service oriented businesses, and the greatest variety in shopping. Everything from small local stores, catering to residents, to large discount stores such as K-Mart and Costco. Kahului has grown a lot in the past few years, unfortunately the infrastructure has not. As a result traffic is congested most of the working day. The traffic can be especially heavy while exiting the Kahului Airport area. Rush hour traffic is especially bad, both in the afternoons and evenings, traffic from Paia and Upcountry bottleneck at the intersection of Dairy Road and Hana Highway. Allow a little extra time for travelling through this area of Maui.

Day 7Port of Call Honolulu Arrival 9:00amDeparture 11:00pm

Overview

Anyone lucky enough to be going to Honolulu doesn't have to give a reason for going. They can just say, "We're going to Honolulu," and imagination will take care of the rest. Moreover, Honolulu can probably live up to and even surpass whatever we imagine. World-famous beaches and tropical weather set the scene for an amazing mix of Pacific cultures in this Hawaiian capital. There is a reason why Hawaii is consistently rated as one of the nation's top travel destinations; in fact, there are several of them. Waikiki Beach is the center of activity for Hawaii's biggest industry: tourism. This is one of the world's greatest resort playgrounds, featuring some of the most beautiful beaches and hotels in the world. Visitors from all over the world flock here to enjoy the sun, the sand and the incredible nightlife. Besides the beaches, visitors to Honolulu can take tours of the countryside surrounding the downtown area. These tours are amazing, bringing visitors to some of the most beautiful rainforests and volcanoes in the world. Animal and plant life are abundant, and the scenery is unsurpassed. A five-minute car ride from Honolulu brings visitors into some of Nature's most beautiful and awe-inspiring sights. Several museums, including the Bishop Museum, combine exhibits on Hawaiian natural history with lessons about history and culture of its many diverse peoples. The Waikiki Aquarium is the third oldest public aquarium in the United States, and it features many of Hawaii's most interesting sea animals. The Honolulu Zoo also features some of the unique mammals, birds, and reptiles that inhabit the forests just outside of the city. The history of Hawaii is very rich, as the islands have always attracted many different people. Visitors can tour the Iolani Palace, the residence of the last of the Hawaiian monarchs. They can also visit Honolulu's Chinatown, which is more authentic than many of its mainland counterparts. They can also visit the Arizona Memorial, commemorating the destruction of the battleship Arizona during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that brought America into World War II. Honolulu exhibits the best of Hawaii in every way. From its famous beaches to its incredible natural preserves, this town has attracted millions of people from around the world. Many of those visitors stayed, helping to make Hawaii one of the most cosmopolitan and diverse places to visit in the United States. Anyone lucky enough to be going to Hawaii knows that he won't be disappointed.

Day 8Port of Call Lihue Arrival 7:30amDeparture 5:30pm

Overview

Southeast between the South Shore and East Side. Site of the island's gateway city of Lihue, county seat of Kauai overlooking Kalapaki Bay. Although a blend of resort amenities, the feeling is still that of a sugar town.

Day 9Port of Call Kailua/Hawaii Arrival 9:00amDeparture 6:00pm

Overview

Historians and researchers believe that it is possible that Kailua was home to Hawaiian families at least 1,500 years ago. The earliest settlers are thought to have lived fished and played on the slopes surrounding Kawainui Marsh. A Bishop Museum report on archaeological excavations of the marshland concludes that when the marsh slopes were first occupied about 500 A.D., agriculture was not possible. The report said that early Hawaiian occupants of Kailua apparently lived beside a lagoon or bay open to the sea hundreds of yards shoreside of today's shoreline. In the 16th century, Kailua attracted the ali'i giving birth to many rich Hawaiian legends, some of which may be found in written and oral reminiscences in Hawaii State Libraries. Many legends were born here including the menehune who were known for working at night in Kaiwainui Marsh and mo'o who took the shape of a large lizard that attracted fish. Kailua was densely populated before the arrival of Captain Cook and was the ancient capital of O'ahu's kings. The biggest event in Kailua and the entire Windward side was in 1795 when King Kamehameha I conquered O'ahu in his quest to unite the Hawaiian Islands. The King granted Kaiwainui Marsh and old Kailua, which included large freshwater fish ponds and saltwater ponds at Mokapu, to the warriors and chiefs that had helped him. The land was used in various forms for agriculture from sugarcane to rice to taro and eventually was used primarily for cattle raising. Kailua was a sleepy town of barely 3,000 in the 1940s. However, the events of World War II changed the appearance of Kailua. Kaneohe Ranch sold portions of land to the government for expansion of the Navy base and the Army's Fort Hase. Finally in 1942, Kaneohe Ranch closed down its cattle raising operations entirely, freeing thousands of acres for post-war development. Harold K.L. Castle, owner of Kaneohe Ranch, donated the land for many churches, schools, and for a new hospital. A new four-lane highway, tunneling through the Ko'olau Mountains, was completed in the late 1950s. In 1946, a small Liberty House (now Macy's) shop opened with three employees and upgraded to a full-line department store in 1953 with nearly 50 employees. The first bowling alley, a branch office of the telephone company, and the very first supermarket in Hawaii opened in Kailua in 1947. By the end of the 1950s, Hawaii had become a state and Kailua became the official postal designation. Castle Hospital opened in 1963. By 1960 the population was up to 24,400. The town has grown more than 100 percent since 1960 when its population was 24,402. It has a compact, easy-to-shop business district surrounded by mostly single-family homes. By 1992 50,000 residents encompassed a central urban core with surrounding residential areas.

Day 10Port of Call Hilo Arrival 8:00amDeparture 5:00pm

Overview

The Polynesians arrived in the Hilo area about 1100 A.C. They eventually inhabited the shores of Hilo Bay, farmed their crops, fished and traded their goods along the Wailuku River. In the late 1700’s, the days of King Kamehameha’s rule, Hilo was the center of political activity and social growth. It was the prime place for the King to build his army of ships designed for conquering the Hawaiian Islands. By 1791 native Hawaiians had traveled as far as the United States and China. The King befriended many of the foreigners who traveled to the islands. With such considerable traveling, the Hawaiian way of life soon became influenced by products ranging from iron to livestock to non-native seeds. Hilo became a stopping place for explorers, whaling ships, traders and those curious about active volcanoes. By the 1900’s, Hilo had grown into a commercial center. The sugar industry was booming, a number of wharves had been constructed, the breakwater was begun and a new railroad connected Hilo with other parts of the island. Then in 1946 – and again in 1960 – two destructive tsunamis swept Hilo’s Bayfront causing the relocation of Hilo’s government and commercial life. When the town was rebuilt, a large park and roadway were situated between the buildings and the shoreline to absorb future tidal waves. Besides being a rare surviving example of an Hawaiian plantation town, cultural diversity is one of Hilo’s special charms. The local term, “mixed plate”, describes well the impact made by Polynesians, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Koreans, other Pacific Islanders and Europeans on Hilo’s mixed-race culture of today. All these ethnic groups blend in the faces of the people who give Hilo its charm. Its diverse shopping opportunities, its small scale and its friendliness makes Hilo the perfect town in which to linger just a little longer.

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Day 15Port of Call Ensenada Arrival 3:00pmDeparture 8:00pm

Overview

Hey, there's more to this town than it just being the finish line for the annual Newport-Ensenada Race! The City of Ensenada has completed a total renovation of Primera, the main street downtown. Enjoy a stroll down the cobblestone sidewalk complete with outdoor cafes, interesting shops, strolling musicians and street vendors. The malecon (harbor boardwalk) renovation was completed last year and provides a beautifully landscaped walk along the harbor front to the Ventana Del Mar Plaza with its huge Mexican flag. From there, you can look across the rio at the new small craft harbor nestled in the middle of the new cruise ship docks. It will be interesting to watch the progress on this new endeavor. The story is that in order to expand the cargo port on the north side of the harbor, the developers had to relocate the passenger ships' dock and provide some type of recreational asset for the city. It looks to be a good solution. Ensenada is also a swell place to take possession of your new boat (more on that later), get a new bottom job for your old boat or set as your destination for an extended coastal cruise, a fun weekend road trip or the start of some long distance cruising! The people of Ensenada are trying hard to improve their city, both for turistas, a big part of their income and for themselves and their families. We have seen improvements which are good, and yet some loss of the "Mexico-ness" in some of the tourist areas. We have met a lot of the residents and business people and want to thank them for their hospitality. As visitors, it is our obligation to live up to the Bienvenidos and the Mi Casa es Su Casa that have been extended to us.

Day 16Port of Call San Diego Arrival 8:00am

Overview

California's second largest city and the United States' seventh largest, San Diego boasts a citywide population of nearly 1.3 million residents and more than 2.8 million residents countywide. Within its borders of 4,200 sq. miles, San Diego County encompasses 18 incorporated cities and numerous other charming neighborhoods and communities, including downtown's historic Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy, Coronado, La Jolla, Del Mar, Carlsbad, Escondido, La Mesa, Hillcrest, Barrio Logan, Chula Vista and more. Known for it's near-idyllic climate, 70 miles of pristine beaches and dazzling array of world-class family attractions, including the World-Famous San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, SeaWorld San Diego and LEGOLAND California, San Diego offers a wide variety of things to see and do, appealing to guests from around the world. In San Diego's East County, the terrain varies from gentle foothills to mile-high mountains and the historic mining town, Julian, down to the 600,000-acre Anza Borrego Desert State Park, offering nature-conscious visitors endless opportunities to hike, camp, fish, observe wildlife and much more. In San Diego's North County, the land produces quantities of flowers as well as quality grapes that become excellent wines, which are served at some of the most elegant restaurants and resorts in the region. Along the west, 70 miles of Pacific Ocean coastline not only supports year-round outdoor recreation, such as surfing, boating, sailing and swimming, but also important scientific research at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. To the south, it's a whole different country, Mexico, featuring its own cultural offerings in various towns along the border and coastline, including Tijuana, Rosarito and Ensenada. San Diego's arts and culture and culinary arts are making a name for themselves, both nationally and internationally. Balboa Park, the largest urban cultural park in the U.S., features 15 museums, numerous art galleries, beautiful gardens, the Tony Award-winning The Globe Theatres and the World-Famous San Diego Zoo. The region is also a breeding ground for the hottest, new talents of culinary arts, who prepare award-winning meals in many of the region's 6,400 eating establishments. San Diego County also features 92 golf courses and a variety of exciting participatory and spectator sports, beachfront resorts and luxury spas, gaming, a dynamic downtown district, annual special events and unique holiday offerings, multicultural festivals and celebrations, colorful neighborhoods and communities, a rich military history, accessibility for travelers with disabilities and much more. The most difficult decision to make regarding a vacation to San Diego is determining what to do and see among the region's vast and diverse variety of offerings. San Diego County offers a vacation experience for everyone.

Onboard the Carnival Miracle

Ship Rating

3.0 of 5 stars

Costco Member Rating:
4.3/5 (893 Ratings)

Not only does Carnival Miracle call at stunning destinations, she also features incredible onboard spaces inspired by elements of fantasy. Escape from reality as you take in a show at the Phantom Lounge, a drink at Odyssey Bar or a dance at Dr. Frankenstein’s Lab. Lose yourself in a song at Sam’s Piano Bar. Indulge in casual fare at Horatio’s, artful eats at Bacchus and Ariadne dining rooms, and world-class cuts at Nick & Nora’s Steakhouse. At Alchemy Bar drinks are considered art, while the laid-back RedFrog Pub has “Caribbean cool” down to a science. Enjoy luxury-box comfort at SKYBOX Sports Bar. Whether you’re down for a waterslide or up for sunbathing, Twister Waterslide has you covered (in water, that is), and the Serenity Adult-Only Area is the ultimate relaxation station. No matter your age, favorite games come to life on stage at Hasbro, The Game Show. And the sweetest way to cap off the day is with a treat from Cherry On Top, the delightful candy-and-more store. Aboard this ship, miracles do come true.

Onboard Activities

Activities & Services (included in cruise)

  • Disco/Nightclub
  • Theater/Show Lounge
  • Fitness Center
  • Educational Programs
  • Miniature Golf
  • Pool - Outdoor
  • Sports Facilities
  • Water Slide
  • Whirlpool/Jacuzzi
  • Art Gallery
  • Internet Center
  • Library
  • Children's Indoor Play Area
  • Organized Age Specific Activities
  • Teen Center or Disco
  • Teen Programs
  • Duty-Free Shops/Boutiques
  • Elevators
  • Safe Deposit Boxes

Activities & Services (available for an extra fee)

  • Card Room
  • Casino
  • Game Arcade
  • Beauty Salon
  • Fitness Classes
  • Spa Services/Massage
  • Sauna/Steam Room
  • Bars/Lounges
  • Babysitting
  • Conference Center
  • Dry Cleaning/ Laundry Service
  • Infirmary/Medical Center
  • Self-Service Laundromat
  • Wedding/Vow Renewal

Costco Travel makes every effort to verify the accuracy of all information provided. Additional fees for amenities or services may be charged by the cruise line. Amenities or services may be discontinued or revised by the cruise line without notice. Staterooms designated as wheelchair-accessible do not necessarily meet ADA requirements. Costco Travel is not responsible for inaccuracies or provider modifications.

Dining

Main Dining

Main Dining Room: Carnival's Main Dining Room brings you a full three-course menu in an experience that’s satisfying, but never stuffy. Drop in nightly and enjoy a rotating menu of delectable favorites like steak, roasted duck, scallops, prime rib, and, of course, sinfully delicious desserts.

Specialty Dining

Coffee Bar: Treat yourself to a well-deserved break with a specialty coffee drink or freshly-brewed tea with some delicious homemade pastries. Or, for an even sweeter option, stop by for a milkshake, slice of cake or cookie. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Steakhouse: The menu features premium cuts of beef cooked to your specifications, as well as a fantastic selection of seafood, entrées, gourmet appetizers and an extensive wine list. Like any destination restaurant, reservations for Steakhouse are highly recommended. Your meal includes an appetizer, salad, entrée, side and dessert. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Steakhouse Selections: Whoever said you can’t always get what you want certainly never said it on a Carnival cruise. Odds are that something from our steakhouse sounds good — filet mignon, New York Strip, lobster, or surf and turf. Now you can get these signature steakhouse dishes anytime you’re enjoying dinner in the main dining room. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

The Chef’s Table: Treat your taste buds to unique culinary event hosted by one of Carnival's master chefs. Your VIP experience begins with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres for a select group of 14, followed by a galley tour. The evening’s highlight is a full-service dinner of amazing appetizers, entrees and desserts not found on the regular menus. Seating is limited, so reserve early at the ship’s Guest Services desk. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Casual Dining

24-Hour Room Service: There’s a menu of salads, sandwiches and sweet stuff — completely free — during the day, plus hot food options available for a small fee. Late-night menu options (after 10 p.m.) are also available for a small fee.

Breakfast Grill: Head over to the Lido Restaurant where you’ll enjoy made-to-order omelets, help yourself to fluffy stacks of pancakes or indulge in some sizzling sausage or bacon for a delicious and energizing way to start the day.

Chef’s Choice: Get a taste of the world as the chef throws the spotlight on a variety of dishes from a different country each day. Indulge in the foods that make each place famous… and be sure to make this a delicious daily routine.

Chopsticks: Give the forks and knives a break and grab some chopsticks as you enjoy this bold and flavorful Chinese culinary experience. Help yourself to delicious dishes like sliced beef honey chili, five spice and oyster glazed seafood, pork or chicken cellophane noodles, shrimp fried rice and so much more — served with crispy vegetable rolls. The food at Chopsticks is so flavorful, you probably won't want to share.

Good Eats: Good Eats is just the spot to enjoy a casual self-serve dinner. Enjoy classics like a New York strip steak or broiled pork chops, a carving station, and so much more. There's something different on the menu every night, so you can come back and try something new.

Lido Restaurant: Featuring a nice variety of casual dining options like Mongolian Wok, Chef’s Choice, Salad Bar, Carnival Deli and more, the Lido Restaurant has something — or more likely, at least a few somethings for everyone. There’s plenty of indoor and outdoor seating so you can enjoy your personal favorites in company of family and friends for lunch, dinner, or even breakfast.

Off the Grill: Join the masters of the grill as they practice their craft directly in front of you, serving up outdoor favorites like hamburgers, hot dogs and grilled chicken. Pile on the chili con carne, sautéed onions, and mushrooms, or keep it traditional with ketchup and mustard.

Pizza Pirate: Ahoy, matey! Pizza Pirate offers mouth-watering Margherita, Funghi, Prosciutto, Pepperoni or Quattro Formaggi pizza served with a delicious Caesar salad.

RedFrog Pub: Get into an island state of mind before you even set foot on one. RedFrog Pub is Carnival's laid-back, no-worries, oh-so-lively, Key West-inspired pub. Sample Caribbean fare, dominate at the foosball table, enjoy live music and try the signature private-label brew, ThirstyFrog Red. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Salad Bar: Fresh, tasty, fast and colorful — all the qualities that make the Salad Bar a great place for lunch or dinner. Stock up on your nutrients for the day and top them off with dressings galore at this self-serve veggie-lover’s paradise.

Seaday Brunch: At Seaday Brunch, you can sleep in and still enjoy breakfast favorites, while early risers get a head start on lunch. You’ll enjoy huevos rancheros, special French toast, loaded mac-n-cheese and more ways to cook eggs than you may have thought possible.

Sweet Spot: There’s nothing sweeter than a visit to Sweet Spot for a variety of specially made desserts that satisfy your sweet tooth.

Swirls: Swirls ice cream entices with sweet frozen treats around the clock! Choose from chocolate, vanilla or strawberry. Open on Lido deck 24/7, frozen yogurt and soft-serve ice cream is a great way to beat the heat all day, or the perfect nightcap after a long evening of fun.

The Carnival Deli: Craving a little taste from the old neighborhood? Enjoy old-time favorites like a hot pastrami on rye, a grilled Reuben or roasted turkey breast on a country roll. Sandwiches and wraps are always hand-carved, and served fresh with coleslaw or relish and a kosher dill pickle.


Times, costs and other specifics are outside the control of Costco Travel. All information is at the sole discretion of the cruise line and is subject to change without notice. Dining time and table size preferences are submitted to the cruise line on a first-come, first-served request basis and are confirmed aboard ship. Questions, concerns and/or special needs regarding dining arrangements must be addressed with the maitre d' hotel aboard ship. Every effort is made to accommodate travelers' preferences; however, Costco Travel cannot guarantee dining arrangements. In specialty restaurants, space is limited and reservations are recommended. A cover charge and dress code may apply.

Staterooms

An Interior stateroom is a comfortable retreat, featuring a full private bathroom. Some rooms also feature pull-down beds – ideal for families.

Interior (Category: 4A)

Category: 4A
Two twin beds (convert to king). Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Interior (Category: 4B)

Category: 4B
Two twin beds (convert to king). Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Interior (Category: 4C)

Category: 4C
Two twin beds (convert to king). Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Interior (Category: 4D)

Category: 4D
Two twin beds (convert to king). Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Interior (Category: 4E)

Category: 4E
Two twin beds (convert to king). Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Interior with French Door (obstructed views) (Category: 4K)

Category: 4K
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets. Floor-to-ceiling windows with obstructed views.

Note: View is obstructed by a lifeboat, tender boat, and/or steel beam.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Guarantee - Inside (Category: IS)

Category: IS
This category can be booked for a special rate, guaranteed to you. Please note that the category is not associated at the time of booking with a specific stateroom, deck, bedding configuration or other particular settings. The assignment of an actual cabin will be performed during your check-in. The cabin can be anywhere on the ship.

These rooms with a view let you sail along to beautiful destinations while gazing at the sort of vistas you simply won't find anywhere on land.

Ocean View (Category: 6A)

Category: 6A
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets. Picture window.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Guarantee - Oceanview (Category: OV)

Category: OV
This category can be booked for a special rate, guaranteed to you. Please note that the category is not associated at the time of booking with a specific stateroom, deck, bedding configuration or other particular settings. The assignment of an actual cabin will be performed during your check-in. The cabin can be anywhere on the ship.

Relax and admire the passing scenery from your stateroom’s private balcony.

Balcony (obstructed views) (Category: 7A)

Category: 7A
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets. Private balcony with patio chairs and table. Balcony with obstructed views.

Note: View is obstructed by a lifeboat, tender boat, and/or steel beam.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Balcony (Category: 8A)

Category: 8A
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets. Private balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Balcony (Category: 8B)

Category: 8B
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets. Private balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Balcony (Category: 8C)

Category: 8C
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets. Private balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Balcony (Category: 8D)

Category: 8D
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets. Private balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Balcony (Category: 8E)

Category: 8E
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets. Private balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Balcony (Category: 8F)

Category: 8F
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets. Private balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Premium Balcony (obstructed views) (Category: 9A)

Category: 9A
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Two closets. Private large balcony with patio chairs and table. Balcony with obstructed views.

Note: View is obstructed by a lifeboat, tender boat, and/or steel beam.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Extended Balcony (Category: 8J)

Category: 8J
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets. Private extended balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Extended Balcony (Category: 8K)

Category: 8K
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets. Private extended balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Aft-View Extended Balcony (Category: 8M)

Category: 8M
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets. Private aft-facing extended balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Aft-View Extended Balcony (Category: 8N)

Category: 8N
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Three closets. Private aft-facing extended balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Premium Balcony (Category: 9B)

Category: 9B
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. Two closets. Private large-size balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control
  • Bathrobes upon request

Guarantee - Balcony (Category: BL)

Category: BL
This category can be booked for a special rate, guaranteed to you. Please note that the category is not associated at the time of booking with a specific stateroom, deck, bedding configuration or other particular settings. The assignment of an actual cabin will be performed during your check-in. The cabin can be anywhere on the ship.

A spacious room, that includes priority check-in during embarkation.

Junior Suite (Category: JS)

Category: JS
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa, armchair, and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower/tub/double sinks. Walk-in dressing area with vanity table, seat, and ample closet space. Private standard-size balcony with patio chairs and table.

Note: Standard-size balcony is smaller than those on other suites.

  • Priority check-in and boarding
  • Priority dinner reservations for select specialty restaurants
  • Priority main dining room time assignment (Early, Late, or Your Time Dining)
  • Priority debarkation at all ports
  • Two large bottles of water
  • Pillow-top mattresses
  • Bathrobes
  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control

Ocean Suite (Category: OS)

Category: OS
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa, armchair, and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower/tub/double sinks. Walk-in dressing area with vanity table, seat, and ample closet space. Private large-size balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Priority check-in and boarding
  • Priority dinner reservations for select specialty restaurants
  • Priority main dining room time assignment (Early, Late, or Your Time Dining)
  • Priority debarkation at all ports
  • Two large bottles of water
  • Pillow-top mattresses
  • Bathrobes
  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control

Vista Suite (Category: VS)

Category: VS
Two twin beds (convert to king). Separate bedroom. Sofa, armchair, and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower/tub/double sinks. Walk-in dressing area with vanity table, seat, and ample closet space. Private wrap-around balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Priority check-in and boarding
  • Priority dinner reservations for select specialty restaurants
  • Priority main dining room time assignment (Early, Late, or Your Time Dining)
  • Priority debarkation at all ports
  • Two large bottles of water
  • Pillow-top mattresses
  • Bathrobes
  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control

Grand Suite (Category: GS)

Category: GS
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa, armchairs and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower/tub/bidet/double sinks. Walk-in dressing area with vanity table (and small sink), seat, and ample closet space. Private large-size balcony with patio chairs and table.

  • Priority check-in and boarding
  • Priority dinner reservations for select specialty restaurants
  • Priority main dining room time assignment (Early, Late, or Your Time Dining)
  • Priority debarkation at all ports
  • Two large bottles of water
  • Pillow-top mattresses
  • Bathrobes
  • Dedicated room steward
  • Soft, cozy linens (Carnival Comfort Collection®)
  • In-room safe for valuables
  • Plenty of closet and drawer space
  • Television
  • Stateroom climate control

Guarantee - Suite (Category: ST)

Category: ST
This category can be booked for a special rate, guaranteed to you. Please note that the category is not associated at the time of booking with a specific stateroom, deck, bedding configuration or other particular settings. The assignment of an actual cabin will be performed during your check-in. The cabin can be anywhere on the ship.

Deck Plan

Cruise Ship
Sky Deck
Key to Symbols
SymbolDescription
2 twin beds (convert to king bed) and single sofa bed2 twin beds (convert to king bed) and single sofa bed
2 twin beds (convert to king bed) and 1 upper pullman bed2 twin beds (convert to king bed) and 1 upper pullman bed
2 twin beds (convert to king bed) and 2 upper pullman beds2 twin beds (convert to king bed) and 2 upper pullman beds
2 twin beds (convert to king bed), single sofa bed and 1 upper pullman bed2 twin beds (convert to king bed), single sofa bed and 1 upper pullman bed
2 twin beds (convert to king bed) and double sofa bed2 twin beds (convert to king bed) and double sofa bed
Connecting staterooms (ideal for families and groups of friends)Connecting staterooms (ideal for families and groups of friends)
Unisex wheelchair-accessible restroomUnisex wheelchair-accessible restroom
Staterooms with picture window instead of French door: 4202, 4203, 4205, 4207Staterooms with picture window instead of French door: 4202, 4203, 4205, 4207

Ship Facts

Carnival Miracle ship image
  • Ship Name: Carnival Miracle
  • Year Built: 2004
  • Year Refurbished: 2015
  • Year Entered Present Fleet: 2004
  • Ship Class: Spirit Class
  • Maximum Capacity: 2,680
  • Number of Passenger Decks: 12
  • Number of Crew: 910
  • Officers' Nationality: Italian
  • Ocean-View without Balcony: 103
  • Ocean-View with Balcony: 632
  • Total Inside Staterooms: 277
  • Tonnage (GRT): 88,500
  • Capacity Based on Double Occupancy: 2,124
  • Country of Registry: Panama
  • Total Staterooms: 1,062
  • Suites with Balcony: 50
  • Crew/Hotel Staff Nationality: International
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Available Dates & Prices

10/16/2021

11/27/2021

10/16/2021

11/27/2021

Terms & Conditions

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Ship's Registry: Panama

    Package ID: CCLMIRHAW20200117