Carnival Horizon

 

From CruiseRadio.com 

 

Yesterday, we engaged in a guessing game regarding where Carnival Cruise Line’s new ship, Carnival Horizon would land. And this morning, we can reveal that the winner is… Miami! With bookings opening today on Carnival.com her inaugural sailings will begin in March of 2018.

Where Will She Sail?

Carnival Horizon‘s initial itineraries will include 7, 10, and 13-night Mediterranean cruises in the spring. After a 14-day transatlantic from Barcelona on May 9,Carnival Horizon will begin its sailings out of New York City. Carnival Horizon will spend most of the summer doing 8-night sailings out of Manhattan. Finally, late September will find the newest Carnival ship heading for Miami. Among her first cruises out of that port? A two-day journey to Nassau on September 22. She’ll then begin sailing 6- and 8-day itineraries to the Caribbean.

 

Photo: Carnival

Building on the success ofCarnival Vista, it is expected thatCarnival Horizon will feature many of the same venues and features, including the wildly popular atrium design, the Havana cabins, an IMAX theater and the SkyRide cycling coaster.

 

 

Tags: Carnival Cruise Lines

6 Answers

The itineraries look really nice, but not in our budget, and I don't really care to sail on one of the mega ships. 

Probably too many drunks on every deck, eh?

 

I'll decide if I want to cruise on this ship after I've sailed on the Vista this November.  I'm not sure bigger is better in the cruise ship arena.

Maybe....Happy  

Well that makes sense - bigger ship = more guests = more drunks puking on EVERY deck. Crying

Thanks for all the latest information.  And thanks also for the neat photo!  Ship looks great!

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