March marks the five-year anniversary of the Carnival Horizon.
Carnival Cruise Line received the Vista-class vessel on March 28, 2018, after it was built at Fincantieri’s shipyard in Italy.
On the 12-night cruise, different ports of call were visited in Italy, Croatia, and Malta during the first in a series of four sailings from the European port.
It was in May that the Carnival Horizon crossed the Atlantic for the first time after a short Mediterranean season.
Later in the summer, the vessel offered four-night Bermuda cruises and eight-night Caribbean cruises from New York.
Queen Latifah officially christened the Horizon on May 28, 2018 before it began service from the Big Apple.
During the ceremony, Carnival made a $100,000 donation to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in addition to raising donations onboard and ashore.
Known as the Vista Class, the Carnival Horizon was the second ship in a series of three.
In addition to offering sweeping views, the vessels in this class offer plenty of activities indoors and out.
Each Vista Class ship boasts an atrium with a three-deck-high LED sculpture, Dreamscape, and a SkyRide open-air cycling experience.
Carnival Cruise Line introduced two firsts on the Horizon: the first Teppanyaki Restaurant and Guy’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse and Brewhouse.
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