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First Steel Cut For Carnival Vista Cruise Ship In Italy

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The first steel has been cut for the upcoming Carnival Vista which is to operated by Carnival Cruise Lines. The ship is currently being constructed at the Fincantieri shipyard in Malfalcone, Italy which is also the same shipyard as where P&O’s Britannia is being built.

Cutting the first steel is a big step in the construction process. It;s where all the main parts of the ship begin to come together and take shape. From now on expect to see more construction photos of the Carnival Vista.

The ship is the newest ship since the Carnival Breeze and once completed in 2016 will be in the same class. There will be plenty of dining and entertainment spaces which the cruise line will announce overtime along with the usual FUN 2.0 upgrades.

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