Carnival Cruise Line’s latest addition, the Carnival Jubilee, has completed its maiden round of sea trials, marking a significant step towards its grand debut in Galveston, Tex., scheduled for Dec. 23, as per the company’s statement.
The Carnival Jubilee wrapped up its sea trials on Nov. 14, a comprehensive process led by a team of officers, technicians, and engineers onboard to meticulously test the ship’s technical, mechanical, and navigational systems.
Captain Andrea Catalani remarked, “Our all-new Carnival Jubilee performed extremely well through each test we put her through this past week. Now shortly, we’ll start cruising and our team is prepared to welcome our guests from Galveston onto this beautiful new ship.”
Being the first Carnival ship constructed in Germany, the Carnival Jubilee is set to officially join the fleet after delivery by shipbuilder Meyer Werft in Papenburg on Dec. 4.
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