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Carnival Cruise Line Cuts Steel for Its Largest Cruise Ship and Reveals Her Unique Hull Design

3 minutes read • November 16th, 2018

Carnival Cruise Line

and Meyer Turku celebrated an important event. Yesterday, on November 15, construction began on the cruise company's 

largest liner

.
Carnival Largest Cruise Ship
Photo courtesy of Carnival

The 1st steel for the groundbreaking class of liners was cut at the shipyard in Finland. The 180,000-ton vessel is scheduled to join her cruise family in 2020. She will become the cruise line’s largest vessel ever constructed. Besides, she’ll be the 1st LNG-powered cruise ship to operate in North America.
The liner will offer cruises from Port Canaveral, FL.
Carnival Largest Cruise Ship
Photo courtesy of Carnival

Besides, Carnival surprised its friends with the vessel’s hull design. It seems she’s going to be really unique.
Carnival Largest Cruise Ship
Photo courtesy of Carnival

Carnival Largest Cruise Ship
Photo courtesy of Carnival

The company intends to reveal the name of its future addition already next month. By the way, what name would you choose for this liner?
Source: Carnival Cruise Line

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