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Carnival Cruise Line has posted the fourth video in Carnival Vista’s Behind the Scenes video series. In this episode host Peter Gonzalez looks at the dining aspect of the upcoming ship.

Carnival Vista’s construction is well under way before its arrival in 2016. The cruise line has posted the fourth video in the Behind the Scenes series and host Peter Gonzalez takes viewers to the Italian construction yard where the new ship is being built. The ship is now in wet dock where all the onboard spaces are now being developed.

You can watch previous episodes below:

Episode 3 – Building A Brewery Onboard The Carnival Vista

Episode 2 – Below The Waterline of The Carnival Vista

Episode 1 – Behind The Scenes At The Carnival Vista Construction Yard

With a stroll around the ship it’s a nice insight of what Carnival Vista looks like before all the fancy spaces start to look like the renderings we’ve seen before. Gonzalez speaks to one of the Miami based design firms involved in designing the ships dining rooms. Carnival Cruise Line President Christine Duffy also has some words to say about the cruise lines largest ever cruise ship.

Carnival Vista will be 133,500 gross tons and carry 3,936 passengers once completed. The ship is under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy and will be ready for service in April 2016. The ship will begin its Sea Trials in January 2016. After the ship’s inaugural season in the Mediterranean it will sail six and eight-day Caribbean cruises from Miami, Florida all year round starting from November 2016.

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