Take A Tour of the Carnival Panorama

Carnival Cruise Line has just offered potential guests the opportunity to take a virtual tour of the Panorama, which is scheduled to launch later this year. The 3D virtual tour is the only way to get a good look at the fun and features that will be included when the Panorama launches its first cruise from the Port of Long Beach on December 11, 2019.
The tour takes about four minutes and is hosted by the ship’s future cruise director, Emma Nixon. Stops along the tour include a visit to the world’s first Sky Zone trampoline park aboard a cruise ship, the water park, the Sky Ride and a variety of other public venues on the ship. There will also be a few teasers as to what else guests might find when they cruise on the Panorama later this year or early in 2020.
The Panorama is a Vista-class ship and will be very much like the Carnival Vista and the Horizon. Each of these ships accommodates nearly 4,000 passengers and weighs in at over 133,000 tons. While the ship is still under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy, it is scheduled to be based in the Mexican Riviera after its initial welcome cruise departing from Long Beach, California. The year-round seven-day cruises will begin on December 14, 2019, and will include regular stops at Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta.
The current pricing for a vacation on the Panorama offers a wide range to accommodate all budgets. The interior cabins start at $709 per person and increase to nearly $1,000 for trips during the holidays. Oceanview cabins range from about $1,000 in the non-holiday season to $1,200 at the holiday. And finally, the balcony cabins are starting at $1,200 and will increase to almost $1,500 at the holiday.
Guests on the Panorama will have the opportunity to enjoy brand new cabins, restaurants, and adventures at every turn on this fifteen deck ship. The style is fresh and bold with bright colors in the cabins and comfort in all of the private and public areas of the ship. And the themed restaurants including a steak house, seafood shack, sushi, and a BBQ joint are certain to offer something for everyone and a new experience with every meal.
Check out the 3D tour today and see if the new Carnival Panorama might be the perfect place for your next vacation.
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Take A Tour of the Carnival Panorama
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Take A Tour of the Carnival Panorama
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Carnival Cruise Line has just offered potential guests the opportunity to take a virtual tour of the Panorama, which is scheduled to launch later this year.

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