Carnival Cruise Line took supply of their latest cruise ship as we speak at a signing ceremony at Meyer Turku in Turku, Finland.
Carnival’s latest cruise ship, Carnival Celebration, will enter service on Sunday and sail a two week cruise to ship’s homeport in Miami. The vessel is scheduled to reach in Miami on November 20, the day of the ship’s christening.
“Now we have so many causes to rejoice now that Carnival Celebration has joined because the twenty fourth ship in our fleet. Now, extra company will expertise all that our progressive Excel-class has delivered to cruising,” mentioned Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line. “She represents the fruits of our fiftieth birthday whereas additionally shining a lightweight on our vibrant future with a lot extra pleasure to return!”
The second ship in Carnival Cruise Line’s groundbreaking Excel-class, Carnival Celebration is gorgeous from step one on board, from its three-deck-high atrium to the handfuls of eating and beverage ideas unfold out throughout six themed zones – which embrace the Miami-inspired 820 Biscayne and an homage to all-things journey in The Gateway – plus, the award-winning BOLT curler coaster.
“Our group of shipbuilders are delivering a world-class addition to the Carnival fleet as we speak. She is likely one of the most technologically superior and environmentally-friendly ships,” mentioned CEO of Meyer Turku, Tim Meyer. “I’m very pleased with the outcomes of this nice partnership.”
Carnival Celebration will accommodate greater than 5,200 company, increasing Carnival’s general capability and including a spectacular new possibility for company crusing from Miami because it operates Japanese and Western Caribbean itineraries year-round. The week-long voyages will go to locations like San Juan, Puerto Rico, Cozumel, Mexico and Grand Turk. To see present sailings from Miami on Carnival Celebration, click on right here.
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Debuting from the redesigned Terminal F at PortMiami, Carnival Celebration will be a part of sister Mardi Gras because the second Carnival ship within the fleet with a Liquefied Pure Fuel (LNG) propulsion system, a part of Carnival Company’s pioneering inexperienced cruising platform.