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Second Carnival Vista Class Ship To Sail Europe In 2018

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In a Question and Answer session onboard the brand new Carnival Vista, Cruise Critic reports that the CEO revealed the second Vista class ship will be sailing in Europe in 2018.

Carnival Cruise Line CEO, Christine Duffy revealed that the second Vista class ship will be sailing in Europe. No details are known for how long but we expect at least full inaugural season from Italy or Spain. The ship will be identical to the Carnival Vista with features like SkyRide and IMAX Theater.

The yet to be named second Vista class ship is currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Marghera, Italy. A major milestone was met just 1 month ago when Carnival and the shipyard celebrated the keel being layered. The ship will be delivered in 2018 at 133,500 gross tons.

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