Specifically, in line with the agreement, the City of Norfolk has agreed to make investments at the Half Moone Cruise Center to accommodate larger vessels and provide an improved guest experience including a new boarding bridge that will streamline the embarkation and debarkation process and a host of other improvements.
The investment includes a new boarding bridge that will streamline the embarkation and debarkation process, along with additional improvements.
Moreover, it was announced that the 130,000-ton Carnival Magic will be the largest cruise ship to ever sail from Norfolk when it launches a series of 12 cruises from the port in 2021 that will carry nearly 50,000 guests.
Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line commented
This commitment strengthens that partnership and solidifies Norfolk’s position as a true Mid-Atlantic cruise port.
As it is stated, Carnival Magic’s 2021 schedule from Norfolk will offer passengers options ranging from short getaways to the Bahamas and Bermuda to longer length voyages to the Caribbean.