The first two months of the year are reserved for finishing touches, however, in March Fincantieri-built Carnival Horizon will open the delivery season.
Carnival Horizon was launched at Fincantieri’s Marghera shipyard on May 10, 2017.
Featuring 133,500 gross tons and a length of 323 meters, the new cruise ship will be able to accommodate more than 6,400 people onboard, including the staff.
Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas will follow suit in April. The newest member of Royal Caribbean International’s Oasis class of ships was floated out of its dry dock at STX France shipyard to begin the next phase of interior construction in June 2017.
Norwegian Bliss is scheduled for delivery from German Meyer Werft in April 2018 as well, based on the yard’s schedule.
The third ship in the Breakaway-Plus class, Norwegian Bliss will accommodate 4,000 guests and will be the first cruise ship custom built for the Alaska cruise experience, according to Norwegian Cruise Line.
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