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Latest Update on Carnival’s Mardi Gras Cruise Ship

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Carnival Mardi Gras Update

The cruise line has provided a new update on how construction is progressing on Mardi Gras at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland. Carnival also released new photos of how the new mega-ship currently looks.

We get a first look at the first Rollercoaster at sea as workers have already installed nearly 800 feet of the suspended track. The BOLT rollercoaster is one of the biggest and most anticipated new features of the ship and will offer thrills to guests 187 feet above the waterline.

You can take a look at the new photos relceas of the ship at the shipyard below:

All the different category staterooms have been installed along with 190 suites. Just the finishing touches are now being done to the 2,600 staterooms. The six themed zones onboard are also taking shape including dining, entertainment, and specialty venues such as unique restaurants by Emeril Lagasse, Guy Fieri, and Shaquille O’Neal.

Also Read: Carnival’s New Mardi Gras Cruise Ship Delayed Until February 2021

Even though Mardi Gras won’t be enter service until February 6, 2021 thousands of guests will be looking forward to experiencing the largest and most advanced Carnival cruise ship ever. She will be based out of Port Canaveral’s new Terminal 3 which Cruise Hive recently provided an update on right here.

Mardi Gras will be 180,800 gross tons and powered by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). She will have a passenger capacity of 5,282 at double occupancy along with 1,735 crew members.

All Photos Via: Carnival

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