Carnival Horizon Will Be Second Ship In The Vista Class

Carnival Horizon will be much like Vista
The Carnival Vista cruises at sea. The largest and most innovative cruise vessel in Carnival Cruise Line's fleet, Carnival Vista measures 133,500 tons, 1,055 feet long and has a guest capacity of almost 4,000 passengers. Photo by Andy Newman/Carnival Cruise Line

Carnival Cruise Line recently announced that Carnival Horizon will be the name of its new 133,500-ton ship scheduled to be delivered in Spring 2018 with a passenger capacity of 3,934.

Adding to the ship’s Vista Class, Horizon will join the namesake vessel, Vista, which began sailing in May of 2016. Horizon is currently under construction at Fincantieri’s shipyard in Marghera, Italy.

In addition to unique innovations specific to Carnival Horizon, there will also be familiar amenities such as the popular indoor and outdoor dining venues, bars, entertainment and activity options that are currently available on Carnival Vista. Carnival enthusiasts will recognize attractions including SkyRide, the IMAX Theatre, WaterWorks aqua park, Seuss at Sea program in partnership with Dr. Seuss Enterprises and Alchemy Bar.

Also in the plans, Carnival Horizon will offer a wide range of accommodation categories, including the popular Havana staterooms and extra-roomy Family Harbor cabins. Homeport and itinerary details for Carnival Horizon will be announced at a later date.

“The name Carnival Horizon not only reflects the ship’s unique connection with the sea with so many spectacular indoor and outdoor spaces but also the boundless array of options that guests of all ages are sure to enjoy,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line.

To keep up with progress on the Horizon, you can follow Carnival Cruise Line at any of the social marketplaces listed below.

On the web:
Facebook Fan Page:
You Tube:

1 Trackback / Pingback

  1. Carnival Horizon Officers Selected — The Travel Voice by Becky

Parting thoughts?