The Carnival Breeze will make waves in June 2012 when she sets sail on her maiden voyage, debuting with a summer schedule of 12-day Mediterranean voyages before repositioning to Miami in November.

Carnival Breeze Itinerary

We’ve mapped all the destinations the Carnival Breeze will be visiting from the start of her journey to the end so before you start panicking about whether to pack your your binoculars or your speedos, here’s a run-down of her exciting itinerary.

The Mediterranean

Carnival Breeze will kick off its maiden voyage from Venice on 3rd June and will arrive in Barcelona on 15th June 2012. Ports of call on this special journey include Dubrovnik, Croatia, Athens, Greece, Izmir, Turkey, Messina, Olbia, Rome, Livorno, Monaco and Marseilles.

Carnival Breeze will then commence a summer schedule of 12-day Meditteranean voyages from Barcelona, one of Europe’s most stunning and historic cities. The programme will run from 15th June 2012 through to 25th October 2012.

For all you eager culture vultures, the ports of call will be Marseilles or Monaco, Livorno, Naples, Dubrovnik, Venice, Rome, Messina. Select voyages will also include an overnight stay in Venice of Rome.

Following its European schedule, the Breeze will also be operating special 15- day Trans-atlantic itineraries, sailing from Barcelona and to Antigua. IN terms of stop-offs, you’ll be able to stretch your legs in Palma de Mallorca, Malaga, Canary Islands, Antigua and St. Maarten.

The Caribbean

Like her sister ships before her, the Breeze will be making frequent trips to the Caribbean departing from Miami. There will be a year-round three-port, six-day cruise program with ports of call in Grand Turk, Jamaica and The Bahamas, beginning 2nd December 2012.

For anyone wanting to spend that little bit longer basking in the Caribbean sun, you can also enjoy an eight day cruise from 24th November 2012 onwards.

There are two schedules to choose from; either an eight-day southern Caribbean itinerary that will feature Grand Turk, La Romana, Curacao and Aruba or an eastern Caribbean route visiting St. Thomas/ St. John, Antigua, Tortola and Nassau.

Every port sounds appealing to us but why not have your say and tell Carnival which port you would like to visit.