Carnival Cruise Line Fleet Location Ships, IMO numbers, MMSI, Webcams
Where is the current position of Carnival Cruise Line Fleet presently?
About Carnival Cruise Line
With 28 ships and 5.2 million passengers annually, Carnival Cruise Line is one of the two largest cruise lines in the world. The youngest member of the fleet is Carnival Panorama (4,008 passengers), which will start its first cruises in December 2019 as another newbuilding in the Vista class.
It will be followed in August 2020 by Mardi Gras, the largest ship to date (5,200 guests) and the first ship to be operated with liquefied natural gas (LNG). A further LNG cruiser is to follow in 2022. Since 1993, Carnival Cruise Line has only been a founding company of the Carnival Corporation, which was formed at that time, and is still under its flag today. Since then the fleet has grown steadily in parallel with its popularity. Meanwhile the fleet consists of 26 ships and there is no end in sight. After a newbuilding in 2018, new ships will also be added in 2020 and 2022.