Carnival Cruise Line has revealed additional details about the first Sky Zone trampoline park at sea on Carnival Panorama.
Details About Carnival Panorama Trampoline Park
The Miami-based cruise line will soon be taking delivery of its newest cruise ship the Carnival Panorama. Carnival has revealed further details about the first-ever Sky Zone indoor trampoline park which is one of the main highlights of the new Carnival cruise ship.
The new space will be located on Deck 6 and 7 and cover more than 3,000 square feet. Any aged guest can go and enjoy the 12-lane trampoline court.
The park will be open all day when the ship is at sea and during port days will be open late afternoon and the evening. There will also be one-hour sessions during the voyage for different age groups starting with 6 months to 5 years, 6-15 years and 15 years old and older. The “toddler time” sessions will cost $5 per child and $5 per adult. Toddlers must be accompanied by an adult.
The one-hour sessions for the older kids will cost $12 and they can enjoy the “challenge zone” area which includes a glow in the dark climbing wall, jousting beam, Sky Ladder climbing equipment, gravity-defying dodgeball games, and basketball experience.
There is an $18 session which is nighttime and open for all ages. The session is a glow in the dark party and includes a custom T-shirt. This session and all of the others above can be booked at the Sky Zone desk at the facility.
This is the first feature of its kind at sea and the first int the Carnival fleet. It will be a new fun space that all guests can have fun at. On sister ships, Carnival Vista and Carnival Horizon the space is an IMAX Theater.
Carnival Panorama is currently int he final stages of fitting out at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy. The third Vista-class cruise ship will debut from Long Beach, California on December 11. She is the first new Carnival cruise ship to homeport on the U.S. West Coast in 20 years.
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The ship will begin year-round seven-day cruises sailing the Mexican Riveirsi from the Long Beach cruise terminal on December 14, 2019. The ship will be 133,500 gross tons with a passenger capacity of 3,900.