Photos: Carnival’s Largest Cruise Ship ‘Mardi Gras’ Departs For Sea Trials
Carnival Cruise Line’s new Mardi Gras is shown here departing on its sea trials on 28th September, Monday morning from the Meyer Turku shipyard in Turku, Finland.
The vessel will spend 10 days at sea before returning to the dock for final preparations for its departure for the U.S.
It announced its departure solemnly with fog horns, and the first tests were already carried out at Airisto.
The first ship in North America to be powered by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), Mardi Gras is scheduled to enter service from Port Canaveral, Fla., Feb. 6, 2021, operating week-long itineraries.
Photos: Carnival’s Largest Cruise Ship ‘Mardi Gras’ Floats Out At Meyer Turku Shipyard
The float-out of the coming flag-ship of Carnival Cruise line ‘Mardi Gras’ was celebrated at Meyer Turku shipyard. The 180 000 GT cruise ship will be the largest one in the Carnival fleet after delivery later in 2020.
“We can’t wait for our guests to experience Mardi Gras, a one-of-a-kind ship that is true game-changer and continues the evolution of the Carnival vacation…click here to view the full article.