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Carnival Magic gets new livery, sales for 2023 Norfolk cruises open

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Carnival Magic got new livery during its Marseille drydock, which is scheduled for May 24 completion
Carnival Magic has received its new livery during an ongoing drydock at Marseille, and bookings opened for the ship's 2023 cruises from Norfolk, Virginia.

Inspired by the new Mardi Gras, the red, white and blue livery will soon become a hallmark of what Carnival President Christine Duffy calls 'America's cruise line.'

Carnival Magic's docking is set for completion May 24. The next ship scheduled for the new livery is Carnival Glory during its June drydock

Norfolk bookings

Reservations opened for Carnival Magic's series of four- to eight-day cruises from Norfolk in summer and fall 2023.

Bermuda, Bahamas, Canada/New England

Eleven voyages are scheduled to depart from Norfolk’s Half Moone Cruise Center to destinations in Bermuda, the Bahamas, and, for the first time, Canada/New England.

These complement nearly a dozen four- to eight-day cruises from Norfolk in 2022.

 One of 14 of the line’s US homeports, Norfolk is an important part of Carnival’s close-to-home deployment strategy.

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