Yesterday, aboard Carnival Cruise Line’s newest ship, Carnival Panorama, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for the first-ever Sky Zone trampoline park at sea. Carnival Panorama is set to debut from Long Beach Dec. 11, becoming the line’s first new ship on the West Coast in 20 years.
Located on Decks 7 and 8, Sky Zone is an the expansive two-deck-high facility encompassing more than 3,000 square feet, providing high-flying fun for guests of all ages across a 12-lane trampoline court.
Sky Zone will be open all day on sea days with late afternoon and evening sessions on port days. One-hour sessions will be held throughout the cruise and available for three different age groups – 6 months to 5 years; 6-14; and 15 and older.
During “toddler time” sessions, younger cruisers can participate in the bouncy fun, accompanied by an adult. The fee is $5 per child and $5 per adult.
Older kids can check out a “challenge zone” equipped with a climbing wall, balance/jousting beam, Sky Ladder climbing apparatus, gravity-defying dodgeball games and above-the-rim basketball experiences. The one-hour sessions are $12. Custom Sky Zone socks are included in the price.
There’s also a nighttime all-ages blacklight glow party for $18 and includes a custom T-shirt. All activities can be conveniently booked once on board at the Sky Zone kiosk located adjacent to the facility.
Sky Zone is the originator in creating innovative ways to play with over 200 trampoline parks across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, Australia, the United Kingdom, Norway, India, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Colombia.
Sky Zone is one of many family-friendly amenities featured on Carnival Panorama which also features a massive ChooseFun-themed, extra-roomy Family Harbor staterooms, a ropes course, and Seuss at Sea, part of the line’s exclusive partnership with Dr. Seuss Enterprises.
Carnival Panorama launches year-round seven-day Mexican Riviera cruises Dec. 14.