The Carnival Cruise Line Ambassador has gone behind the scenes of the currently under construction Carnival Panorama which will join the fleet this December.
Behind the Scenes from Carnival Panorama
We’re getting closer and closer to the completion of the third Vista-class cruise ship Carnival Panorama. Carnival brand ambassador John Heald teased us and his many followers with behind the scenes footage of the ship from the shipyard.
The vessel is currently under construction at the Fincantieri Marghera shipyard in Italy and will be delivered in December 2019.
One of the first videos posted during his quick two hours at the shipyard included some overall views of the new ship from onboard.
We get a good look of the lido which will become a hive of activity with the main swimming pool and popular dining venues such as Guy’s Burger Joint along with the Red Frog Rum Bar. Oh yes, and there is even a special chat with Captain Carlo Queirolo, a 34 year Carnival veteran.
Carnival Panorama Lido and up Wow.Posted by John Heald on Thursday, 16 May 2019
Below is the first look of SkyRide, a feature which was first introduced on the Carnival Vista in 2016. The will become an elevated ride on the top deck of the ship which guest can either race along or peddle slowly to enjoy stunning ocean views. This is in fact an award-winning ship feature and currently only on the Vista-class vessels.
Sky court and Sky ridePosted by John Heald on Thursday, 16 May 2019
Next up are even more views of the open deck including the basketball court and aft pool. From the very back there is also a sneak peek at the exclusive Havana inspired area lower down which will include a pool, Jacuzzi’s and bar lounge.
Incredible seeing the Carnival Panorama like this. Take a lookPosted by John Heald on Thursday, 16 May 2019
Carnival Panorama will have a total of 2,004 cabins including Havana staterooms, suites and regular ones such as ocean view and balcony staterooms. All cabins will also include USB outlets along with modern fittings and furniture. In the footage cabin 8221 is featured but as you can see still lot’s of work needs to be done!
Carnival Panorama Cabin. A first look and see what comes with itPosted by John Heald on Thursday, 16 May 2019
You can see the aft dining room on the upcoming new Carnival cruise ship located on deck 3 and deck 4. Not much to see just yet as workers begin to bring the space to life. Soon the dining room will be full of delicious memories along with the other main dining room onboard located mid-ship.
The Aft dining room on Carnival Panorama Used for YTD Looking good so far.Posted by John Heald on Thursday, 16 May 2019
Even though the new ship follows in the footsteps of Carnival Vista and Carnival Horizon she will still bring fresh new offerings to the fleet. The first trampoline park at sea from Sky Zone will be featured with an expansive space located on decks 7 and 8.
The space will be more than 3,000 square feet including a 12-lane trampoline court for all ages. The ship will also have a new Choose Fun waterpark along with Guy Fieris dedicated BBQ restaurant which was first introduced on Carnival Horizon.
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Carnival Panorama will become the first new Carnival ship to be based from the U.S. west coast in 20 years. Week-long Mexican Riviera cruises will begin from Long Beach, California on December 14, 2019. The itinerary will include calls at
Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán and Puerto Vallarta.
The new ship will be a total of 133,500 gross tons measuring 1,055 feet in length with 15 passenger decks. The vessel will have a guest capacity of 4,008 at double occupancy. There will be 1,450 crew members.
Cruise Hive will keep readers updated updated on this new exciting ship joining Miami-based Carnival Cruise Line.