Drone view of Carnival Vista and Magic at Grand Turk

This 9:21 minute drone video shows the two Carnival ships side-by-side at Grand Turk. True Carnival fans will wish for less beach footage (me too) and more closeups of the two ships. Enjoy!

 

http://cruisefever.net/drone-video-carnival-cruise-ships-grand-turk/

 

P.S. No need to adjust volume. It is a silent movie.

Tags: Carnival Cruise Lines

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Pretty cool... I was on Magic June 2016 at Grand Turk.... Be on her again this August.  Cant wait.

If I was the drone pilot, I would have spent much more of my time hovering around the two Carnival ships. They are so much more interesting than seeing people on the pier or in the water (IMO).

 I'm guessing he didn't want to get to close

I've been watching many of the drone and cruise ship videos.  I'm a bit surprise it's not an issue with cruise ship operators and owners.  I wonder what the official rules are.  I do enjoy the videos though.

Possibly laws of the nation.  If it's not restricted then it's OK.  

We've seen two drones confiscated on two different Princess cruises and it was HUGE no no.  Security took the one couple's drone and there was a big hulabaloo over it ...

I love Grand Turk! Can't wait to go back in March '18.

Enjoyed the video. We'll be on the Magic in August; can't wait!!

I waited for a starter model from DJI and bought a Spark.  After 40 hours of flight time I'm learning about wind and flying over water with a few flights over Galveston.
 Last weekend while my wife was kayaking around Clear Lake I tracked a 5' gator about 75 yards from her!

 

 

Wow!

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