SINGAPORE, September 27 2021: Carnival Corporation expects
to return over 50% of its total fleet capacity to guest cruise operations by
the end of October, representing a significant milestone for the company’s
previously announced plans to resume service with nearly 65% of its fleet
capacity by the New Year.

To date, eight of the company’s nine cruise line brands –
Carnival Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, Seabourn, Costa
Cruises, AIDA Cruises, P&O Cruises (UK) and Cunard – have resumed guest
sailings.

By the end of October, those eight brands will operate 42
ships, marking the return of over 50% of the company’s global fleet capacity as
part of overall restart efforts around the world.

Collectively, the corporation’s brands are resuming
operations using a gradual, phased-in approach, with sailings from major global
ports in multiple regions worldwide, including the US, Mexico, Caribbean, the
UK, Western Europe and the Mediterranean.

The
following summarises Carnival Corporation’s brand restart announcements to
date, including those contributing to the 50% milestone in October, along with
plans for additional ship restarts as part of the company’s overall goal to
return nearly 65% of capacity by December 31, 2021.

  • Carnival
    Cruise Line
    plans to have
    13 ships sailing in October and a total of 17 ships by year-end.
  • Princess
    Cruises
    plans to have six ships
    sailing in October, with eight total ships in operation by the end of the year.
  • Holland
    America Line
    plans to have
    four ships in operation in October, with a total of six ships in operation by
    the end of the year. Additionally, the brand has announced plans for all 11
    ships in its fleet to be in service by spring 2022.
  • Seabourn plans to operate its full fleet by spring 2022,
    including a new expedition ship with its first sailing in April 2022, totalling
    six ships in service next year.
  • Costa
    Cruises
    plans to have five ships
    in operation in October, with a total of six ships in operation by the end of
    the year.
  • AIDA
    Cruises
    plans to have eight ships
    in operation in October, with a total of 10 ships in operation by the end of
    the year.
  • P&O
    Cruises (UK)
    plans to have
    three ships in operation in October, with a total of four ships in operation by
    the end of the year. Additionally, the brand has announced plans to operate its
    full fleet by spring 2022.
  • Cunard plans to have two of the three ships in its
    fleet in operation by the end of the year. Additionally, the brand has
    announced plans to resume operations with its remaining ship in spring 2022.