- Ship Class: Vista Class
- Double Occupancy: 3,934
- Tonnage: 133,500
- Length: 1,055 feet
- Beam: 122 feet (Pool Decks 158 feet)
- Cruise Speed: 23 knots
- Ship's Registry: Panama
- Inaugural Date: May 1, 2016
Fully Accessible Stateroom Features
- Stateroom door width: at least 32 inches
- Bathroom door width: at least 32 inches
- No doorsill to get into stateroom
- Ramped bathroom thresholds
- Commode height 19 inches
- Bathroom grab bars
- Lowered sink and stateroom vanity
- Roll-in showers
- Fold-down shower bench
- Hand-held showerheads
- Lowered closet rod
- Accessible balconies (selected staterooms)
- Gangways are wide enough to accommodate most wheelchairs and scooters.
- There are accessible public restrooms available.
- All decks have elevator access (Deck 14 Aft Spa does not have elevator access).
Food & Beverage
- All dining and bar venues offer wheelchair seating.
- Rear wheelchair seating in Main Theater
- Video arcade
Spa & Fitness Center
- Dry treatment room
- Fitness equipment
- Changing Room
- Camp Carnival Children's Program
- Braille/tactile elevator buttons and audio call signals
- Amplified phones
- Art & Photo Gallery
- Shower Chairs (upon request)
- In-cabin alert systems
- Large print menus
- SkyRide on Deck 14 Aft does not have elevator access and therefore is not accessible by wheelchairs and scooters.
- SkyCourse on Deck 14 Aft does not have elevator access and therefore is not accessible by wheelchairs or scooters.
Carnival ships have specially-designed cabins for guests with special needs. They have three classifications of cabins:
Fully Accessible Cabins (FAC): These staterooms are designed for use by guests with highly limited mobility, who require the regular use of a wheelchair, scooter or other similar assistive devices. Fully Accessible Cabins contain accessible elements including turning space, accessible routes throughout the stateroom and an accessible bathroom. Additionally, the bathrooms contain grab bars and shower seats.
Fully Accessible Cabins - Single Side Approach (FAC-SSA): These staterooms are designed for use by guests with highly limited or no mobility, who require the regular use of a wheelchair, scooter or other similar assistive devices. Fully Accessible Cabins - Single Side Approach are a type of FAC that provide an accessible route and clear floor space on only one side of the bed, in staterooms configured to provide only one bed. In a stateroom configured to provide two beds, the clear floor space will be between the beds, with one side of each bed getting an accessible route. Additionally, these staterooms have an accessible bathroom that contains grab bars and shower seats.
Ambulatory Accessible Cabins (AAC): These staterooms are designed for use by guests with mobility limitations, who do not require the regular use of a wheelchair, scooter, or other similar assistive devices. For example, Ambulatory Accessible Cabins are ideal for guests who only use an assistive device (like a cane or a walker) for traversing longer distances, and who may benefit from certain accessible features like grab bars, to assist with balance.
This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm details directly with Carnival.