In the cruise industry today, Carnival Cruise lines are known to offer the shortest cruises for individuals who lack the time to cruise for long periods of time. A 2 to 5 day package is available in any of the 12 ships from 12 different North American home ports. This way, even if you don’t have the time to take a 15-day cruise holiday, you can still have a taste of cruising. Thus, if you have 2-3 days at your disposal, or a weekend that you want to getaway, you can get away from monotony and smell the sea air, savor mouthwatering delicacies, and get the best entertainment to invigorate and refresh you.

Carnival 2-day cruises are also very affordable and you get to enjoy basically anything there is to be enjoyed. Be advised though that shore excursions, spa treatments and other things like that might mean paying extra. An affordable short cruise leaves to Port Canaveral from Miami, and another to Ensenada, Mexico from Long Beach, California. At other times, a Carnival 2 day cruise may lead you to a destination that the longer cruises go, places like Alaska, New England, and Europe etc.

You also get to experience great cuisine, library services and dining services in the Carnival Miracle Bacchus dining room. Shows at the Mad Hatter’s Ball, Phantom, Internet café and others are some other highlights for a Carnival 2-day cruise. Such short cruises are very popular and affordable hence tend to fill up very fast. It is therefore advisable to book the cruise early enough to secure a place for fun. Carnival 2-day cruises normally take place during summer and spring, and the dress code in most cases is casual, unless when dressing formal for a dinner.

A short cruise provides a newbie cruiser the opportunity to see new places and provides an experienced cruiser an opportunity to refresh cruising.

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