Carnival Holds Keel-Laying Ceremony for Second Vista-Class Ship

Keel-laying ceremony for Carnival Cruise Line's second Vista-class shipCarnival Cruise Line held a keel-laying ceremony this week for its second Vista-class ship at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy

The new, as-yet-unnamed ship will debut in spring 2018 with a number of the line's dining, bar and entertainment options, as well as some features unique to the vessel. It will have a capacity of 3,954 passengers. 

Carnival said it would announce additional design details, including hte official name, itinerary and homeport information, at a later date. 

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