Cruise News Photo Tour of Carnival Vista, Carnival Cruise Line's Newest Cruise Ship

Photo Tour of Carnival Vista, Carnival Cruise Line’s Newest Cruise Ship

Carnival Vista is not only the newest cruise ship in Carnival Cruise Line’s fleet, it is also the cruise line’s largest and most innovative cruise ship ever built.

Carnival Vista went into service just a few days ago on May 1, 2016. The ship is sailing a season in the Mediterranean before heading to the cruise capital of the world Miami, Florida.  Once in PortMiami, Carnival Vista will sail six to eight night cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.  View Cruises on Carnival Vista (6 night cruises from $379 per person)

What makes this ship so special?  Here is an inside first look at Carnival Vista.

The LED centerpiece in the atrium on the ship that changes to create unique atmospheres at different times of the day.

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Camp Ocean

Havana Pool

Family Stateroom

First IMAX at sea

Skyride

Lido Deck

Serenity (Adults only area)

Ropes Course

WaterWorks Waterpark

Reflections Restaurant

Horizons Restaurant

View Cruises on Carnival Vista (6 night cruises from $379 per person)

All photos courtesy of Carnival Cruise Line

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Cruise News Photo Tour of Carnival Vista, Carnival Cruise Line's Newest Cruise Ship

5 COMMENTS

  1. I can’t sit to see the new Vista here in Galveston someday. Keep up the great service cause I’m booking my next cruise with Carnival again. Your new ship looks great.

  2. i prefer the smaller size like 1800 passengers, don’t like the mega size at all. too many people. much harder to get from one area to another. hope they start making the 74.000 ton size again.

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