NEWS + REVIEW + VIDEOS: Carnival Panorama resumes cruises from California after a 17-month pause. The 4,000-passenger ship was built in 2019 and will cruise seven-day Mexican Riviera cruises until December.
Carnival Panorama’s port stops from Long Beach, California include Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas. The Vista-class ship has a new features called SkyZone, a 3,000-square-foot indoor trampoline park.
Carnival Kitchen is another new feature that is a hands-on culinary experience where you can learn how to cook from Carnival’s chefs and enjoy a group meal.
Carnival Panorama resumes cruises from California and the ship also features the SkyRide dual bicycle track that’s suspended high above the top deck and sea (and also featured on the Horizon and Vista ships).
Carnival Panorama’s Havana cabins are located in a special area where guests can enjoy their own pool, hot tub, loungers, bar and backyard-style lanai areas with a hammock and back gate – instead of a traditional balcony.
Carnival is the number one cruise operator on the West Coast with three ships operating three- to 15-day cruises to Mexico and Hawaii from the Port of Long Beach’s historic cruise terminal. In addition to Carnival Panorama’s seven-day cruises, Carnival Miracle will resume the line’s popular short cruise program starting in September while the totally transformed Carnival Radiance, fresh from a $200 million dry dock, will make its debut from Southern California later this year.
Carnival Panorama resumes cruises from California and here’s a Cruise ship review of the Carnival Panorama with Videos
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