Posts Tagged ‘“Dreamscape” atrium sculpture’

Carnival Horizon LED Artwork Unveiled

October 26, 2017

Carnival Cruise Line announced today that the LED “Dreamscape” atrium sculpture on the new Carnival Horizon will featured artwork created by patients of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital when the ship debuts next spring.

Full ‘Cruise Industry News’ story and picture: HERE

(Cruise Industry News)

Malcolm Says: I appreciate the work involved and the raising of awareness for a good cause, but I do hope that the sculpture looks a lot more impressive in the flesh, than it does in the image.

Horizon enters service in March 2018. She will be 133,500 gross tonnes and will carry up to 4980 passengers.

Take a virtual tour of our newest ship HERE, Carnival Horizon! It’s an incredible place in the middle of the sea that brings out the fun ‘you’ that’s kept hidden too often. Get a sneak peek at favorites like SkyRide, the ropes course, and the brand new Dr. Seuss WaterWorks which features the Cat in the Hat slide and the Fun Things slide! Feeling hungry? Take a look at everything Carnival Horizon has to offer – from the brand new Guy’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse Brewhouse to the Far East flavors of Bonsai Sushi and Teppanyaki.

(Carnival)

Carnival To Accelerate Removal Of Old Tonnage?

Finnish news sources have rumoured that that Carnival Corporation & plc is in talks with Meyer Turku shipyard for three newbuilds.

Should this happen, it could accelerate removal of older ships from the Carnival group fleet and demolition of old units worldwide

(cruisebusiness.com)

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