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Behind The Scenes Look At Carnival Vista’s SkyRide

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Host Peter Gonzalez takes us back to where SkyRide was first invented in Waconia, Minnesota. The inventor is Scott Olson who also created the first Rollerblades. Gonzales gets to try out a test version of SkyRide and it really does look fun.

You can watch episode 7 from Carnival Cruise Line below:

The free feature on Carnival Vista will let guests race against each other with pedal speeds up to 25 miles an hour across an elevated 800-foot-long track. The SkyRide will be located on the open deck and offer passengers panoramic ocean views.

We also get a brief update from the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy from Matteo de Stauber. Carnival Vista will delivered in April 2016 with a European debut in May 2016. The vessel will be 133,500 gross tons and carry 3,936 passengers.

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