Carnival Horizon is currently undergoing dry dock, and has been out of service since the last week in November. This vessel was delivered to Carnival Cruise Line on 7-9-2018 by Fincantieri Marine Group under a $1 billion dollar contract signed between the two parties back in 2016, with an option to extend it for another five years at the same price if both parties agree.
Carnival Cruise Line has released an exclusive look at their new livery after completing their dry dock. The updated Carnival Horizon is set to debut in 2018. Read more in detail here: carnival cruise line news.
One of Carnival Cruise Line’s newest ships just finished an emergency dry dock to fix a problem with its maximum cruising speed. Before sailing back to the United States, the cruise company debuted its new red, white, and blue livery, which Cruise Hive has an exclusive first look at.
Photos of the Carnival Horizon livery
The Carnival Horizon has returned to the United States after successfully completing an urgent dry dock in Palermo, Italy.
The Carnival cruise liner docked in Gibraltar on Tuesday morning for a quick technical stop for fuel and groceries, and we got an exclusive glimpse at the ship and her new livery for the first time since dry dock.
Carnival Horizon now wears the new red, white, and blue livery, which is inspired by the famous Carnival funnel colors and the blue typically seen on officer uniforms, as shown in the exclusive photographs taken especially for Cruise Hive courtesy to Tony Davis.
It was unclear if the vessel would get the new hull livery during the dry dock, in addition to correcting the maximum cruising speed problem. As the painting progressed, the first pictures began to emerge. As Carnival Horizon was in Gibraltar, you may look at the unique photographs below:
New Livery for Carnival Horizon
The Vista-class ship’s arrival in Gibraltar on January 11 was the first opportunity for the ship to debut its new livery, which was originally seen on Mardi Gras during construction and subsequently on Carnival Magic during a planned dry dock. The new livery has already been applied to eleven Carnival cruise ships, and it will continue to be applied until 2022.
After experiencing a mechanical problem with its maximum cruising speed, the Carnival Horizon entered the Fincantieri dry dock in Palermo in December 2021. As a consequence of the vessel’s removal from service, Carnival Sunshine and Carnival Liberty were brought back into service early to accommodate passengers from the Carnival Horizon sailings that were canceled.
New Livery for Carnival Horizon (Photo courtesy of Tony Davis.)
According to Cruise Ship Tracker, the cruise ship has just left Gibraltar and is now in route to Miami, Florida, with an arrival date of January 19, 2022. The ship will be ready to welcome visitors back on board on January 22, 2022, as planned, now that the ship’s technical problem has been fixed.
The first journey back for the Carnival Horizon will be an eight-day trip from Miami to the southern Caribbean. The trip will stop at Aruba, Bonaire, and the Dominican Republic for two stops in La Romana and Amber Cove.
Also see: Carnival Horizon Cruise Ship – 12 Things You Should Know
Following the industry-wide suspensions in Spring 2020, the Vista-class vessel will return to service for the second time. On July 4, the ship was the second in the fleet to resume operations out of PortMiami. Carnival Horizon is one of the newest ships in the fleet, having debuted in 2018 with a gross tonnage of 133,500 tons and a passenger capacity of 3,960 at double occupancy.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Which Carnival ships have the new livery?
A: The Carnival Dream, Carnival Fantasy and the Carnival Horizon are enjoying this new livery.
Does Carnival horizon have formal nights?
Is Carnival Horizon canceled?
A: Carnival Horizon is still a thing and people are able to join the event.
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