The Escape is set to make her inaugural call on April 25, 2018.
The NCL tender between the Royal Naval Dockyard and St Georges, which began in May, brought approximately 45,000 passengers to the East End.
The total economic impact would be an increase of approximately .7 million.
The City of Hamilton will see 17 calls in 2018, down from 26 calls in 2017.
The Carnival Corporation also has interests in Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, Adia Cruises, Cunard Line, Costa Cruises, Seabourn Cruise Line and P & O all of which will make stops in Bermuda over the next year.
In total, Carnival Corporation brands will make 32 calls to Bermuda in 2018, which is up from 21 calls in 2017.
The total estimated economic impact of visitor spending and government tax revenue is expected to be more than million, including an estimated million in visitor spending and million in tax revenue.
In 2018, the total projected economic impact of both visitor spending and government tax revenue is .8 million, with .8 million estimated in visitor spending and million in tax revenue.
St Georges will see 16 calls in 2018, up two from 2017.
Disney Cruise Line is coming to Bermuda for the first time in October 2018.
The Disney Magic will sail to Bermuda five times next year from New York City.
Compared with this year, Aprils cruise calls will jump from 12 to 20, while October rises from 18 to 24 visits and November goes from six to nine.
Jamahl Simmons, the Minister of Economic Development and Tourism, said that extending the cruise season beyond summer would increase tourism work opportunities for locals.