Saturday, October 24, 2009

Carnival Miracle’s Caribbean Cruises to Feature Aruba

In a move that’s certain to be popular with passengers, Carnival Cruise Lines has modified the Carnival Miracle’s seasonal Caribbean cruise schedule to include a 10-hour stop in Aruba, one of the region’s most scenic and charming destinations with beautiful beaches and a distinctive Dutch ambiance.

The island will be featured on the ship’s 8-day voyages from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, operating October 2010 to March 2011. Other ports on the itinerary include Grand Turk, La Romana/Casa de Campo, and Curacao, each of which offers magnificent beaches and a diversity of landside experiences.

Carnival Miracle operates a seasonal schedule of 8-day Caribbean voyages from Fort Lauderdale in the winter and 8-day Caribbean voyages from New York in the summer.

When Cruise Diva goes ashore in Aruba, here are the things to See & Do.


Anonymous said...

Going to Aruba? At a loss as to what to do? Please watch your safety: have you forgotten the disappearance of Natalee Holloway in 2005 and the subsequent cover-up by the Aruba government?

And this in a country that said it was 80 percent reliant on American tourism.

Best of all ... DON'T GO TO ARUBA.
The life you save may be your own or a fellow traveler's.

If you must go, please consider wearing clothing with Natalee's image on it. We will never forget ... no need to let the Arubans think their cover-up will work.

Linda Coffman, AKA Cruise Diva said...

While I don't agree with you about danger lurking around every corner in Aruba, I decided to share your warning with readers anyway because it raises a good point.

Everyone should be cautious in unfamiliar surroundings. That applies to any port of call.

Joann Jedlinski said...

thanks for the info on aruba. we have already booked a cruise on the miracle. the rates were too good to resist. any info on the other islands it will be visiting.

Linda Coffman, AKA Cruise Diva said...

Hi Joann,

There is more information on other ports of call at

I hope that helps!

Best, Linda

Anonymous said...

We were on this first cruise back to Aruba. We elt secure going through out the isalnd. There seems to be nothing negative towards Americans,all were friendly. We will definitely vist again,
Anonymous,I did not see 80% of anything.Again EVERYONE we came into contact with was very courteous and nice. Get your head out of the bucket

Anonymous said...

We were on this return cruise to Aruba, I mst say it was awesome. We had no fears of touring the island,everyone we came into contact with was very nice and courtesous. I reccomend this voyage to anyone and everyone. Aruba and Arubans are very nice.
Anonymous, Get your head out of the bucket !