Carnival Cruise Line’s newest cruise ship, Carnival Panorama, has successfully completed its sea trials in the Adriatic Sea.
The 133,500 gross tonne ship is set to enter service in December 2019, sailing from Long Beach, California. Carnival Panorama will be the cruise line’s first new ship to offer cruises from the west coast of the United States in 20 years.
The 133,500 gross tonne Carnival Vista, which is currently undergoing repair work in a specialised floating dry dock vessel in Freeport Bahamas, is to return to service earlier than expected.
Carnival Vista was scheduled to return to her homeport of Galveston, Texas on 27 July 2019 but will instead now returned to the Port of Galveston on 23 July. The ship will sail a four-day cruise to the Western Caribbean.
Carnival Cruise Line’s has announced that its new flagship, Mardi Gras will introduce a number of new food and drinks venues when it launches in 2020.
Two of the themed zones on board the 183,900 gross tonne ship, the Summer Landing and Lido will feature new dining venues and bars.
Carnival Mardi Gras To Debut Premium ‘Carnival Excel’ Suites with Select Amenities & New Resort-Style Loft 19 Enclave Access
Carnival Cruise Line have unveiled more details on the numerous accommodation choices guests will have on its highly-anticipated new ship, Mardi Gras set to debut in 2020.
The 189,900 gross tonne ship which will feature more than 180 suites across 11 styles, including the new premium category Carnival Excel suites with select amenities and access to a new resort-style, open-air enclave called Loft 19.
Carnival Cruise Line has revealed more details about some of the stateroom designs which will be found on board its brand new flagship, Mardi Gras, launching in August 2020.
The new staterooms has been designed to be ergonomically-friendly, maximizing visual space, clean lines, surfaces and storage space.
Carnival Cruise Line has announced that its new cruise ship, Mardi Gras, set to debut in 2020 will features the first-ever roller coasters at sea.
The ride will provide guests with unforgettable views and a unique open-air thrill ride high above the ocean waves. The industry-first ride will be built Munich-based Maurer Rides.
Carnival Cruise Line has announced the name of the first XL-class ships due to be delivered in 2020. The 180,000 gross tonne ship will be named Carnival Mardi Gras.
Carnival Cruise Line revealed the name for its new flagship on the population game show Wheel of Fortune, which was broadcast nationwide across the United States.
Carnival Panorama, the next new cruise ship set to join the Carnival Cruise Line fleet in December 2019, will feature the cruise line’s first-ever SkyZone trampoline park.
The venue will span more than 3,000 square feet on Decks 6 and 7, featuring a 12-lane trampoline court as well as a recreation area with a climbing wall, balance/jousting beam, climbing apparatus and a tug of war.
On 15 November 2018, Meyer Turku started production of the first 180,000 gross tonne cruise ship for Carnival Cruise Line.
The new ship will be the largest ever built for the cruise line and the first cruise ship based in North America to run on Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG).
Carnival Cruise Line and the Canaveral Port Authority have reached an agreement in principle for a new state-of-the-art cruise terminal to accommodate the cruise line’s new 180,000 gross tone ship.
The new ship which will be powered by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) will be the largest ever constructed for Carnival Cruise Line is expected to launch in 2020.