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The stunning image from Carnival pretty much does all the talking where you can see the main highlights and activities outdoors of the new ship with stunningly vivid colors and images. The cruise line covers the top picks for outdoors and including the fleet first Dr. Seuss WaterWorks which is a huge hit not just for the kids but even adults!

Carnival Cruise Line Ambassador John heald first revealed the new image about Carnival Horizon on his popular Facebook page and is even getting cruisers to share with a competition. No doubt all Carnival lovers will enjoy the new infographic.

Carnival Horizon Infographic

Now enjoy taking a look at Carnival’s new infographic below in full size.

Here are all the fun outdoor things to do on Carnival Horizon for your family cruise vacation
Image By: Carnival Cruise Line

So as you can see the image covers plenty of active things which can be done onboard along with some handy facts that cruisers might now have known about. Let’s take a look at some of the most important areas including the Dr.Seuss WaterWorks and SkyRide.

Carnival Horizon Dr. Seuss WaterWorks

This is the first dedicated Dr.Seuss WaterWorks at sea and has been developed thanks to Carnival’s ongoing partnership with Dr.Seuss which also includes a wide range of onboard spaces and activities for kids.

Related: Carnival Horizon to Feature First Dr. Seuss Water Park at Sea

The water park features a splash play area where kids can enjoy buckets of water and a giant Cat Hat dump. Those looking for more of a thrill on the Carnival cruise ship there is a 12 MPH Cat’s Hat Slide and a 285 foot Fun Things Slide. Both water slides offer a different type of thrill that will keep the entire family busy during those hot sea days.

Carnival Horizon SkyRide

The SkyRide was first introduced on sister ship Carnival Horizon in 2016 and has proved to be a huge hit and is one of the main features for the Vista class ships. The award-winning SkyRide is located on the open deck and guests can peddle around and relax or race each other all with stunning ocean views. The ride is elevated 145 feet with acceleration forces of up to 2G.

Also Read: Carnival Horizon Price Drops and Deals

There’s so much to cover on the Carnival ship as she is currently sailing her inaugural season in Europe after recently being delivered by the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy. The ship will celebrate the naming ceremony in New York on May 23, 2018, which will include an epic Lip Sync Battle in the Liquid Lounge.

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