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Could These Two Carnival Cruise Ships Be Heading to the Scrapyard?

Heavy equipment is being unloaded from two Fantasy class cruise ships operated by Carnival Cruise Line, possibly a hint that they could be leaving the fleet.

Carnival Vista, currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy, has been “floated out” from its dry dock facility and towed to a new location at the yard, marking a significant construction milestone in the ship’s construction progress in anticipation of its May 1, 2016, debut.

Carnival Vista will be Carnivals biggest cruise ship yet clocking in at 133,500 GT and 1,055 feet long. She will hold over 3000 passengers and have a host of new innovations for the line. A couple of the new features of Vista are the first IMAX theater at sea, a new cycle style ride called SkyRide and a onboard brewery.

Carnival Vista will make her debut in May of 2016 with her Maiden voyage from Trieste to Barcelona, Spain. Vista will then make a 13 Day Transatlantic trip from Barcelona to New York before moving to her homeport in Miami. Check out Carnivals press release below and as always stay tuned to Cruise Hive for all the latest news and reviews!

Carnival Vista, currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy, has been “floated out” from its dry dock facility and towed to a new location at the yard, marking a significant construction milestone in the ship’s construction progress in anticipation of its May 1, 2016, debut.
The newest, largest and most innovative ship in the fleet, the 133,500-ton Carnival Vista will offer a variety of one-of-a-kind features, including a suspended cycling experience called SkyRide, the line’s first on-board brewery and the first IMAX Theatre on a cruise ship. Several unique stateroom options, including the new Family Harbor accommodations and the Havana staterooms and suites, will be included as well.
Carnival Vista will operate a schedule of European cruises from May to October 2016. Following a trans-Atlantic crossing, Carnival Vista will operate a pair of voyages from New York in November 2016 then launch year-round Caribbean departures from Miami later that month.
– See more at: Carnival

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