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Carnival Cruise Line will debut its newest ship, Carnival Horizon, in April 2018, with a collection of itineraries featuring destinations throughout the Mediterranean and Caribbean.

Carnival Horizon is scheduled to make its maiden voyage on 2nd April 2018, with a 13-day Mediterranean cruise operating a round-trip from Barcelona and calling at Livorno, Rome and Naples.

Other stops on the cruise will include Capri and Pompeii in Italy, Dubrovnik in Croatia, Corfu, and Valletta in Malta.

Carnival Horizon will also operate two seven-day cruises and a ten-day cruise departing next April, with stops at Livorno, Rome, and Dubrovnik plus others.

Groups can also choose to take a 14-day transatlantic crossing from Barcelona to New York, departing on 9th May.

Five European and Canadian ports will be featured including Malaga, Lisbon and Vigo, and Halifax in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Alternatively, passengers can opt for a summer cruise holiday on an eight-day Caribbean voyage from New York, departing on various dates in 2018 between May and September.

Carnival Horizon’s summer schedule of Caribbean cruises will feature visits to Grand Turk, San Juan, and Amber Cove in the Dominican Republic. 

What’s onboard Carnival Horizon?

Currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy, Carnival Horizon will offer indoor and outdoor dining, bar, entertainment and activity options that debuted on Carnival Vista, currently the line’s newest ship.

Among the above is a bike-ride-in-the-sky attraction called SkyRide, an IMAX Theatre, a WaterWorks aqua park, and a microbrewery where several kinds of beer will be brewed.

A wide range of accommodations will also be offered, including spa cabins adjacent to the luxurious Cloud 9 spa, extra-roomy staterooms in Family Harbor, and tropical-inspired Havana staterooms.

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