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Infographic: Tour the NEW Carnival Vista Cruise Ship

Carnival Vista Infographic

On May 1st, Carnival Cruise Lines will premier the line’s newest ship, Carnival Vista. This incredible ship will feature something for everyone, including new stateroom categories, an expansive SportSquare, onboard brewpub, IMAX Theatre and more.
The Carnival Vista will embark on a series of Mediterranean sailings from May through October 2016, and then she’ll make her way across the Atlantic for her stateside debut in November. Following two departures from New York, Carnival Vista will sail down to sunny Florida for a full season of Caribbean fun.
Explore the BRAND NEW Carnival Vista in our latest infographic:
Carnival Vista Infographic
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  1. Do you have a media rate for a 3 day cruise on the new Carnival Vista Cruise Ship in July 16-18, 2016. Two adults, one senior.

  2. Marylou Janiga,
    Thank you for your inquiry on the new Carnival Vista ship. I would love to assist you with your cruise plans. Please feel free to contact me at 240-487-0155 ext 431, or via email at
    Edith T.
    Cruise Consultant | The Cruise Web

    • Hi Tina,
      Great question! For now, the Carnival Vista is only scheduled to sail in the Mediterranean and then the Caribbean. Where she heads after that is yet to be determined, but check back frequently one our site for the latest itinerary info!

    • UPDATED 5/5/2016:
      Carnival should have their popular “Behind the Fun” tour available after the Vista arrives in Miami in late November. Give me a call at 240-487-0155 x 307 or email for immediate assistance in planning a cruise aboard the Carnival Vista.
      Sherry J.
      Cruise Consultant | The Cruise Web

    • Hi Christine,
      Onboard WiFi is available for a small charge. Carnival offers 3 different WiFi plans that can be purchased for either a 24-hour period or for the entire length of the cruise at a discount. The price for full voyage plans varies by length of cruise:
      Social Plan ($5 USD per day): Access Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Linkedin, Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp. This does NOT include access to other websites or apps.
      Value Plan ($16 USD per day): Surf all your favorite sites, including e-mail, news, sports, weather, banking and finance. This does NOT support Skype calling or music streaming (such as Spotify).
      Premium Plan ($25 USD per day): Provides speeds up to 3x faster than the Value Plan, and this supports Skype video calling (where coverage allows).
      Users may use one device at a time on each plan, including either their personal devices or one of the onboard computers. It’s important to note that all plans exclude video streaming (such as Netflix or Hulu) and Snapchat. Mobile-network-dependent WiFi calling and Facetime services are also not supported at this time. You can also upgrade from one plan to another.

    • Hi Claudette,
      Great question! In June 2017, Carnival Vista will be sailing 8-day Southern Caribbean and 6-Day Western Caribbean itineraries. However, she will be sailing the Eastern Caribbean for select itineraries in Dec 2016 – Feb 2017, April 2017, and Sep 2017 – April 2018. Give us a call at 1-800-377-9383 for help planning your Caribbean getaway aboard the new Carnival Vista!

  3. Just returned from an 8 day sailing on the Vista. While the ship has many new and innovative features, it is definately missing the adults only pool area. The serenity area is very crowded and unless you get out there at dawn or before it’s almost impossible to find somewhere to sit.
    The addition of the Japanese sushi restaurant and the Mongolian Wok are a nice change from typical cruise ship venues.
    Entertainment on board was fantastic. The shows in the Liquid lounge were each better then the last. A must is the show titled “Flick”, which was without a doubt the best show I’d seen while at sea.
    It is very difficult to get assigned seating for dinner, and having to go to one deck and check in for my time dining, then head down to another deck got to be rather annoying.
    Since many of the crew came aboard when the ship reached Miami the were lots of little things that need to be addressed. Hopefully as the crew gains their sea legs the service will improve. Many times we had to wait quite awhile for bar or food service.
    Over all really relaxing cruise, good food and entertainment.

  4. Hello, Brenda!
    Thanks for your review on the Vista. It’s always great to have first-hand perspective for a ship, especially since this one is brand-new, and as you mentioned, the ship and crew are still gaining their “sea legs.”
    I’m glad that the items you mentioned did not detract from your overall experience, and that you had a relaxing, enjoyable vacation!
    Randi B.
    Cruise Consultant | The Cruise Web
    1-800-377-9383 ext. 359

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