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Carnival Vista

Capacity
3934
Crew
1450
Tonnage
133,500
Length
1,062 ft (324 m)
First voyage
2016
Decks
15

Carnival Vista is a cruise ship built for Carnival Cruise Line.

History

The ship was delivered on April 28, 2016. Sea trials were completed in March 2016. The ship's maiden voyage embarked on May 1, 2016 from Trieste, Italy on a 13-day Europe Cruise that ended in Barcelona, Spain. Carnival Vista is the first ship in the Vista-class cruise ships. The ship was christened in New York by its godmother, Miss USA 2016 Deshauna Barber.

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Carnival Vista

Capacity (DO): 
3934
Crew: 
1450
Tonnage: 
133,500
Length: 
1,062 ft (324 m)
Beam: 
122 ft (37 m)
First voyage: 
2016
Decks: 
15

Carnival Vista is a cruise ship built for Carnival Cruise Line.

History

The ship was delivered on April 28, 2016. Sea trials were completed in March 2016. The ship's maiden voyage embarked on May 1, 2016 from Trieste, Italy on a 13-day Europe Cruise that ended in Barcelona, Spain. Carnival Vista is the first ship in the Vista-class cruise ships. The ship was christened in New York by its godmother, Miss USA 2016 Deshauna Barber.

Design and construction

By gross tonnage (and therefore volume), she was the largest ship within Carnival Cruise Lines's fleet at that time. The ship was constructed in the Fincantieri shipyard of Monfalcone (Gorizia) and was delivered in April 2016. The first steel for the ship was cut in late February 2014, and the keel was laid in October 2014. The Carnival Vista Coin Ceremony/Float out was done in June 2015.

Carnival Vista is the first Carnival cruise ship fitted with ABB Azipod propulsion units since the 2004-built Carnival Miracle.

Home port

From May to October 2016 Vista operated an inaugural season in the Mediterranean before repositioning to New York to offer a pair of cruises. She then moved to her new home-port in Miami in November 2016 where she sailed year round until September 2018 when she moved to Galveston, Texas. She offered 6,7 and 8 day Caribbean cruises with ports of call such as Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, Grand Cayman, Cozumel, Aruba, Curaçao, and Bonaire.

After moving to Galveston, Carnival Vista offers two itineraries: a cruise to Cozumel, Grand Cayman, and Montego Bay, Jamaica and a cruise to Cozumel, Belize, and Roatan.

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Attractions on Carnival Vista


Fun Shops

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"Shop 'til you drop," right? Wrong — you still have a lot of vacation fun ahead of you! Get your shopping done without dropping at the convenient — and hey, fun — Fun Shops, located aboard your nex...

Lanai

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This is a convenient, scenic outdoor wraparound promenade deck.

Havana Pool

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On Carnival Vista you'll find Havana Bar & Pool. The pool’s a retreat that’s an exclusive paradise by day... and the bar’s a music-and-dancing hotspot when the sun goes down. Grab a seat at the bar...

Tides Pool

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POOL DAY! Whether today's the day for a bit of a dip, a dash of splash or even some swimming — or just a serious poolside lounging session — your Carnival cruise has the just pool for you. In fact,...

Carnival WaterWorks

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For those who flock to waterparks just ready to make a splash, we’d suggest sliding on over to Carnival Vista’s WaterWorks. Classic spiraling waterslides, a giant bucket, an expanded SplashZone, wa...

Vista Atrium

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First impressions are important — everyone knows that. We’ll let you in on a little secret: that’s why it’s so important to us that the atrium, your first taste of your Carnival cruise, tastes like...

Bonsai Sushi

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So maybe you’ve had sushi before, but you’ve never had it like Bonsai Sushi, Carnival Vista’s onboard seafood-and-soy-sauce spot. Dine indoors or out, amidst expertly-pruned bonsai trees while enjo...

Circle C

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What does the “C” in Circle “C” stand for? Well, “chill,” “connect” and “cool,” just to name a few. It’s where young teens ages 12 to 14 go to hang out, meet new friends, and enjoy some pretty awes...

Bandstand

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Carnival Seaside Theatre

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Night time isn't the only time to see stars on your cruise. Day or night, find a spot on deck and check out the huge poolside screen — it's Carnival Seaside Theater™! Hit movies, live sporting even...

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