Carnival Cruise Line’s Oldest Ship Crusing Last Cruise
Carnival Cruise Line’s oldest cruise ship, Carnival Ecstasy, will set sail on her last cruise in two days on Monday, October 10, 2022.
Carnival Ecstasy went into service with Carnival Cruise Line in 1991 and is at present the oldest and smallest cruise ship of their fleet. The cruise line introduced earlier this 12 months that the ship could be taken out of their fleet and offered after 31 years in service.
The ship’s last cruise will go away from Cell on Monday, October 10. The 5 day cruise will go to two ports in Mexico (Cozumel and Progeso) earlier than returning to Cell on October 15, 2022.
Carnival Ecstasy was the second of eight Fantasy class ships from Carnival. After Ecstasy leaves the fleet, Carnival Cruise Line will probably be down to only two within the class, Carnival Paradise and Carnival Elation.
The cruise ship was christened by TV host Kathie Lee Gifford. The cruise ship’s inaugural cruise occurred on April 2, 1991.
The 70,000 gross ton cruise ship housed evacuees and reduction employees for six months in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
Carnival Ecstasy will grow to be the sixth Fantasy class cruise ship from Carnival to get scrapped since 2020.