Carnival Cruise Lines announced on Monday that it will open a new, high-end cruise line on July 31, 2018, to cater to couples and couples only.
The Jungle Cruises will take guests to destinations such as the French Riviera, St. Domingue, the Caribbean, the Panama Canal, and the Bahamas, as well as a few other Caribbean islands.
While the company hasn’t yet announced a pricing model, the cruise line will offer a “family rate,” which means that it’ll cost $1,200 for couples and $1:1 for singles.
That’s an increase from $1.50 for couples in 2019 and $2 for singles in 2018.
It will be the first cruise line in the world to offer this feature.
“Our aim is to create an experience that is both luxurious and accessible to all ages,” said Steve Pemberton, Carnival Cruise Line’s vice president of operations.
“We have created a family-friendly, intimate, and unforgettable cruise that will appeal to all of our guests, and we are proud to be the exclusive provider of the Jungle Cruise line for 2019.”
The Jungle cruise line, which will open in 2019, will feature a unique array of dining options that includes an array of seafood dishes, a traditional Caribbean menu, and a breakfast buffet.
The restaurant, which is located in the Bahamas and features an outdoor terrace, will offer two different breakfast menu options, which are named after the two island nations in the Caribbean: St. Martin and St. Croix.
Each island island island will have a different breakfast option.
The breakfast buffet will include a variety of breakfast items including pancakes, omelets, and eggs, with different sizes and shapes of pancakes available.
The buffet will also feature a selection of beverages, including wine and beer, and snacks.
Guests will also be able to choose from two complimentary “tasting menus” to share.
The new Jungle Cruise lines will be based in St. Thomas, Louisiana, and will offer guests a choice of three types of cabin accommodations: two-bedroom and two-bathroom, or a third-bedroom cabin.
The first Jungle Cruise ship, the Jungle Luxury, opened in 2019 in the Gulf of Mexico, and it was one of the first luxury cruise lines to operate in the U.S. There have been several other luxury cruise line expansions and closures in recent years.
Carnival Cruise line announced in September 2018 that it would close all of its Caribbean islands, including St. Barthelemy and St Martin.
The company also announced in November that it was pulling out of the Caribbean Sea, and that it plans to reopen in 2019.
However, Carnival will continue to operate its Carnival Cruise lines in the French Caribbean and in the Panama.
Carnival Cruises also operates the Carnival Princess and Carnival Princess Caribbean.
In 2018, Carnival Cruisers closed its first Caribbean cruise in 19 years, the Carnival St. Barts, after only a few years in business.
In 2019, Carnival was to close its first ever Caribbean cruise ship in 23 years, and was to reopen its first Carnival cruise ship at the end of 2019.
The announcement of the new Jungle cruise lines came just weeks after Carnival announced that it had closed its new Caribbean island, St Bartheles, in early 2019, citing “unsatisfactory customer demand.”
The new cruise line is expected to be an expansion of Carnival’s existing Caribbean cruise lines, and its plans to open a second Caribbean island in 2019 are expected to add to the company’s existing ship-based business.
The Caribbean cruise line was the first major cruise line to open in the United States in 1979, and in 2014, the company announced plans to expand into the Caribbean.
The Carnival line is also known for its extensive collection of tropical islands.
The latest Jungle Cruise will have an assortment of tropical and tropical themed restaurants and restaurants in all of the island nations of St. Helena, St Maarten, St Thomas, St Kitts and Nevis, St Barts and St Croix, and St Maestra, St Martin, St Crois, and other Caribbean and French Caribbean islands in 2019 as well.
The cruise line has also opened its first cruise ship, Carnival St Barthes, to guests in 2019 for $1 per person.