Carnival Vista’s Inaugural Call in Antigua Commemorated with Traditional Maritime Plaque Exchange

by Joyce Oliva
Carnival Vista’s Inaugural Call in Antigua Commemorated with Traditional Maritime Plaque Exchange

 

Carnival Vista’s Inaugural Call in Antigua Commemorated with Traditional Maritime Plaque ExchangeCarnival Vista’s Inaugural Call in Antigua Commemorated with Traditional Maritime Plaque ExchangeCarnival Vista’s Inaugural Call in Antigua Commemorated with Traditional Maritime Plaque Exchange

 

Carnival Vista’s first-ever call at Antigua was marked with a traditional maritime plaque exchange between officials from the ship and the Caribbean island.

Carnival Vista visited Antigua as part of its inaugural cruise from the U.S. – an 11-day Carnival Journeys voyage that departed New York Nov. 5 and will return to the Big Apple Nov. 16.

Carnival Vista then sails on another 11-day cruise that departs New York on Nov. 16 and arrives in Miami November 27, kicking off the ship’s year-round six- and eight-day Caribbean schedule from that port.

Carnival Vista is the line’s largest and most innovative ship with such groundbreaking features as the first IMAX Theatre at sea, the RedFrog Pub & Brewery – the first brewery on a North American-based ship – along with the one-of-a-kind aerial attraction called SkyRide and the longest water slide in the fleet, the 455-foot-long Kaleid-o-slide.

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