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First-Ever Sky Zone Trampoline Park at Sea Opens on New Carnival Cruise Ship

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Carnival Cruise Line has celebrated the official opening of the First-Ever Sky Zone Trampoline Park at Sea on Carnival Panorama.

Carnival Panorama Trampoline Park Opens

Yesterday was an important day for Carnival’s newest cruise ship as the opening ceremony took place for the first Sky Zone Trampoline Park at Sea. A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place at the venue which is located on decks 7 and 8.

The Sky Zone trampoline park will offer a new fun experience for guests of all ages to enjoy. It spans two decks and is more than 3,000 square feet. There is a 12-lane trampoline court and a challenge zone which includes a rock climbing wall, balance/jousting beam, Sky Ladder climbing apparatus, gravity-defying dodgeball games, and above-the-rim basketball experiences.

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The new venue which is also the first in the fleet will be open all day when the Carnival Panorama is on a sea day. On port days the trampoline park will be open late afternoon and have evening sessions. There are different one-hour sessions available for age groups 6 months to 5 years, 6 years to 14 and then 15 years old and above.

The toddler sessions which include some bouncy fun with an adult will cost $5 for the child and $5 per adult. One-hour sessions for the older kids at the Challenge Zone are $12. There’s is even a nighttime blacklight glow party for all ages and this will cost $18 including a custom t-shirt.

Bookings can be made once onboard the new Carnival cruise ship. There is also a kiosk and reception area at the entrance to the venue. On the two sister ships of Carnival Vista and Carnival Horizon, the same space is an IMAX Theater.

The opening comes just a day before the new Vista-class vessel kicks off her first sailing from the Carnival cruise terminal at the Port of Long Beach. She is the first new Carnival cruise ship to based on the U.S. west coast in 20 years.

The short December 11 departure will be a special one-time sailing. She will launch year-round Mexican Riviera cruises on December 14 including calls to Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta.

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