Flooding on board the Carnival Cruise Line cruise ship Carnival Dream has affected over 50 staterooms. The flooding was caused by a burst water pipe on board the vessel on Deck 9.
The 128,000 gross tonne Carnival Dream was sailing from Belize to Cozumel when the flooding is believed to have occurred on 03 May 2018.
Carnival Cruise Line’s newest cruise ship, the 133,500 gross tonne Carnival Horizon set sail on its maiden voyage from Barcelona, Spain on 03 April 2018.
The 13-night Mediterranean cruise will visit Livorno, Florence-Pisa, Italy - Civitavecchia, Rome, Italy - Naples, Italy - Dubrovnik, Croatia - Corfu Island, Kerkyra, Greece - Messina, Taormina, Sicily, Italy - Valletta, Malta and Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy before arriving back to Barcelona on 15 April.
Carnival Cruise Line took delivery of the brand new 133,500 gross tonne Carnival Horizon on 28 March 2018 at the Fincanteri shipyard in Italy.
Carnival Horizon is the 26th cruise ship in the Carnival Cruise Line fleet and a sister ship to Carnival Vista which launched in 2016.
Carnival Cruise Lines has announced that the Grammy award-winning music artist, acclaimed television and film actress, author and entrepreneur, Queen Latifah will be Godmother to its newest ship, Carnival Horizon.
The newest addition to the Carnival Cruise Line fleet will be officially named in New York City on 23 May 2018 during an invitation-only gala overnight event on board Carnival Horizon.
Carnival Cruise Line has announced the name of its next new Vista-class cruise ship, which is scheduled to be launch in November 2019.
The 133,500 gross tonne ship will be named Carnival Panorama, joining sister ships Carnival Horizon, set to launch in April 2018 and Carnival Vista which entered service in 2016.
Carnival Cruise Line’s 1991-built Carnival Ecstasy has emerged from dry dock following a multi-million dollar refurbishment, which saw various new dining and beverage venues added to the ship.
The 2,056-passenger Carnival Ecstasy spent two weeks in dry dock in Freeport, Bahamas from 10 January – 24 January 2017.
Carnival Cruise Line has announced that its latest new cruise ship, Carnival Horizon, will offer cruises from Barcelona, New York and Miami during its maiden season next year.
The 133,500 gross tonne cruise ship will depart on its maiden voyage from Barcelona on 02 April 2018 and cruise the Mediterranean. Unlike her sister ship the Carnival Vista, the newer ship will offer just four cruises from Barcelona. The ship will then cross the Atlantic Ocean to New York in May 2018.
Carnival Cruise Line has announced that it will be repositioning three of the cruise line’s largest ships to cruise from new homeports in 2018.
The newest ship to join the fleet, the 133,550 gross tonne Carnival Vista, will move to Galveston in September 2018. The ship will offer seven-night cruises every Sunday, cruising to the western Caribbean, visiting ports of call such as Montego Bay, Grand Cayman and Cozumel.
Carnival Cruise Line’s 113,323 gross tonne Carnival Splendor will be transferred to P&O Cruises Australia in 2019, after the Australian cruise line cancels its plans for its first new-build cruise ship.
Instead, Carnival Cruise Lines will now receive a third Vista-class ship which is set to be delivered and enter service in late 2019. Carnival Splendor will be transferred to the P&O Cruises Australia fleet in late 2019, when the new Carnival Cruise Line ship launches.
Carnival Cruise Line’s 1995-build Carnival Imagination is to undergo a three week, multi-million-dollar dry-dock this month which will see a variety of exciting new food and beverage concepts added to the ship.
New features will includes many of the latest food and beverage concepts found on Carnival Cruise Line’s newest ships, including Guy’s Burger Joint, BlueIguana Cantina, RedFrog Rum Bar, Alchemy Bar, BlueIguana Tequila Bar and Cherry On Top.