A cruise liner will visit the Miami, Puerto Rico, and Virginia tourism markets in the coming weeks.
The Carnival Cruises Caribbean Princess is set to dock in Puerto Rico from June 6 to July 4, according to the company’s website.
Cruises that travel from Florida and Florida Keys will be available from June 14 to July 15, while cruise ships from the Caribbean, Caribbean Sea, and the Bahamas will be in the same timeframe.
Carnival Cruisers are hoping to boost the tourism sector in the United States by bringing the tourist industry to the mainland.
The cruise lines are currently planning on visiting the Virginia and Florida tourist markets this summer, and also have plans to visit other locations in the region.
The Virgin Islands are also planning on opening a tourist tourism office in the summer, while the Florida Keys are planning on adding a tourist office in late summer.
In addition, cruise lines have announced that they plan to bring a cruise ship from Miami to the Caribbean Islands in the next couple of months.
Carnival Cruise Lines and Disney Cruise Line are planning to bring cruise ships to the Virgin Islands in early 2020, which is the second time that cruise lines will visit these islands.