|Operator:||Carnival Cruise Line|
|Laid down:||10 January 2018|
|Launched:||December 11th 2019|
|In service:||Due December 2019|
|Class and type:||Vista-class cruise ship|
|Length:||1,055 ft (322 m)|
122 ft (37 m)158 ft (48 m) at pool decks
|Draught:||27 ft (8.2 m)|
|Installed power:||MAN Diesel & Turbo 2x8L48/60CR + 2x14V48/60CR generating sets|
|Propulsion:||Diesel-electric; Two ABB Azipod XO units|
|Capacity:||4,008 passengers (double occupancy)|
Carnival Panorama is a cruise ship under construction for Carnival Cruise Line. She will become the third representative of the company's Vista-Class, joining her sisters Carnival Vista and Carnival Horizon.
Carnival Panorama is currently being constructed at Fincantieri’s Marghera shipyard in Italy. She’ll have a tonnage of 133,500 GT and a capacity of 3,934 passengers. The three sisters will become the 3 largest cruise liners ever constructed for Carnival.
Carnival Panorama is expected to join the Carnival’s fleet in December 2019. Her homeport will be Long Beach, CA and she will sail 7-day Mexican Riviera cruises year-round after a special 3-day Baja Mexico cruise.
The vessel will feature the same onboard amenities as her sisters, including SkyRide, Bonsai Sushi, Havana Pool & Bar, and other public venues except the IMAX Theater, which Carnival's Facebook page has said will not be included on Carnival Panorama. No reason was given for the drop.
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