Carnival Splendor will set off on August 25 next year from Long Beach in California.
The luxury cruise will spend two weeks sailing around Alaska before returning to the same port on September 8.
Destinations include seven Alaskan and Canadian ports. Guests will see Icy Strait Point, Hubbard Glacier Ketchikan, Skagway, Juneau and Sitka.
There will also be a day-long stop at picturesque Victoria in British Columbia.
Carnival Cruise Line has launched a NEW cruise through Alaska next year
It marks the second itinerary Alaska Carnival Journeys itinerary, focusing on holidays of longer length
It marks the second itinerary Alaska Carnival Journeys itinerary, focusing on holidays of longer length.
The first itinerary, Carnival Miracle will visit Alaska in September this year.
Guests on the Splendor cruise will be treated to local cuisine and entertainment.
They’ll also be offered helicopter rides, rainforest canopy hikes, alpine lake snorkelling, canoeing and kayaking.
Carnival Cruise Line will launch Carnival Splendor on August 25 in 2018
Carnival Splendor features an American-style steakhouse, the Cloud 9 Spa and a retractable dome with LED screen that covers the main pool area.
Activities will include photography, cooking and arts and crafts.
A memorable 1980s-themed “Throwback Sea Day” will be on offer as well.
Carnival Cruise Line: The two-week journey will visit seven Alaskan and Canadian ports
The cruise conglomerate has already launched its first new addition – the Seabourn Encore had its naming ceremony on January 7 in Singapore.
Princess Cruises will launch the Majestic Princess in April – the world’s first cruise ship built specifically for the Chinese market.
The last ship to arrive in the Carnival Corporation fleet this year will be the AIDAperla.
Germany‘s most recognised operator, AIDA Cruise’s new addition will launch in July, making it the second of a new-generation ship.