According to Meyer Werft, the Carnival Jubilee will leave the building dock in Papenburg, Germany, on Saturday, July 22.
As per the current schedule, the Carnival Jubilee will float out at 9 am on Saturday and move to the yard’s outfitting pier at around 12 pm.
Depending on the weather, the shipyard may change the schedule at any time.
August is the start of sea trials for Carnival Cruise Line’s newest ship. In December 2023, Carnival Jubilee will depart from Galveston on its inaugural voyage with a capacity of 5,400 passengers, followed by weekly sailings throughout the year.
Among the itinerary highlights are visits to Cozumel, Costa Maya, and Roatan Island in Honduras.
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