MIAMI, Fla. (WTXL) -- Carnival Cruise Lines is changing the schedules of some of their ships.
Travel Weekly reports starting in November of 2014 the Carnival Glory will move from Norfolk, Virginia to Miami for year-round service. That magazine reports the move also means the Carnival Glory will no longer service Boston where it's currently offering cruises through July.
Carnival's newly refurbished Sunshine ship will port in New Orleans only until the winter at which point it will begin offering year-round service from Florida's Port Canaveral. Carnival's Dream ship will then offer seven-day cruises from New Orleans full time.
Travel Weekly also reports The Carnival Liberty, currently based in Miami, will shift in April to do year-round five- and eight-day Caribbean cruises from Cape Canaveral, as well. The Carnival Pride moves from Baltimore to Tampa for seven-day cruises from December 2014 to April 2015, replacing the Carnival Legend, which departs from Tampa for Australia next August.