Carnival Cruise Line Ambassador has provided the first sneak peek at the Carnival Panorama indoor Sky Zone Trampoline Park, a first at sea!
First Trampoline Park at Sea!
If you’re excited about the new Carnival Panorama cruise ship then no doubt you’ll already know she will have the first-ever Sky Zone indoor trampoline park at sea. This will be a new feature which is so far only going to be on the third Vista-class vessel.
Carnival Cruise Line Ambassador John Heald was just at the Fincantieri Marghera shipyard in Italy and that included a look around the Carnival’s newest cruise ship. He provided a sneak peek at the Trampoline Park for the very first time however it is not yet fully completed and still in the final stages of fitting out.
You can get an idea of the space there is which on sister ships Carnival Vista and Carnival Horizon is an IMAX theater. The trampoline park is located on decks 7 and 8 and is more than 3,000 square feet including a 12-lane trampoline court and a challenge zone. The challenge zone includes a glow-up rock climbing wall, balance/jousting beam, Sky Ladder climbing apparatus and Tug of War. The entire space is aluminated as seen in the renderings below:
The area will be used for a range of activities during the cruise for adults and kids and no doubt this will be one of the biggest highlights once the new ship enters service in December 2019.
John Heald provided a nice behind the scenes look of the ship and even briefly revealed with the captain that the ship will sail Carnival’s longest transatlantic crossing of around 40-days. Carnival Panorama will set sail from the Italian shipyard and sail to the U.S. east coast to begin a new service sailing Mexican Riviera cruises from December 14, 2019. The new cruises follow a special three-day preview cruise departing the Long Beach terminal in California on December 11.
The new Carnival cruise ship is 133,500 gross tons with a guest capacity of 4,008 at double occupancy. She will be the first new ship in the fleet to be based on the east coast in 20 years! Keep following Cruise Hive as we’ll keep readers updated as the new ship nears completion.