The Carnival Miracle's cruises have been cancelled due to the ship's 2025 dry-dock. The scope of work that Carnival will be completing during this dry-dock is not yet announced.
What happens to guests booked on these two sailings?
Since Carnival is cancelling the cruise, guests booked on these two sailings have some options. Carnival is giving an option for guests to book another cruise at a protected rate in similar accommodations and for the same cruise length (there is some fine print that excludes certain cruises). Carnival is also giving these guests a $25 per person Sail & Sign onboard credit on their comparable sailing. The other option guests booked on the two cancelled cruises have is to cancel and receive a refund. According to Carnival's letter there is no need for guests wanting the refund to call as refunds will be issued in the original form of payment after September 11, 2023.
Guests who were on these two sailings should read their communication from Carnival to evaluate their options as well as read any fine print on the offer that I did not mention above.
At the time of writing this post, the Carnival Miracle does not have any other 4 night sailings available for booking from Galveston. However, the Carnival Breeze is another Carnival ship that sails from Galveston and offers 4 night sailings. Carnival Miracle is scheduled to primarily sail longer cruises from Galveston.
The below letter was emailed to Carnival Miracle guests on 8/28/2023. I took a screenshot of the email I received and am sharing below. Please click the email to make it larger!