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NEW YORK — New York City’s Paradise Cruise, the second cruise of its kind in the United States, is going to be held off New Jersey and Delaware, officials said.
The company is moving the cruise to the weekend of Feb. 6, 2019.
The cruise line announced the change Wednesday, saying the change is part of a “long-term plan to bring the cruise industry back to the forefront of innovation and innovation to support a sustainable, vibrant and vibrant economy.”
The Carnival Corporation of America said it would be the sole provider of the cruise, which will be held in the Caribbean.
Carnival officials declined to say how many passengers would be taking part in the cruise.
Carnival has announced two previous Caribbean cruises in the past two years, and has been working on the third cruise, scheduled for 2019, with Carnival officials.
Carnival said Wednesday it will hold its first Caribbean cruise in 2021, and plans to host more than 500 passengers.
Carnival said Wednesday that its next cruise will be “further out in the Atlantic and in the Pacific, and will be a truly exceptional experience.”
The company said it will focus on making Carnival the “premier destination” for the cruise line.
Carnival is seeking to create jobs by creating more than 4,000 jobs in the New York metropolitan area and hiring a third person as the company’s president.