Carnival Horizon is on the final leg of its 13-day inaugural voyage from Barcelona, captivating its 4,200-plus guests along the way with visits to stunning European ports like Dubrovnik, Malta and Corfu, as well as new features and attractions, including the first-ever Dr. Seuss water park, Smokehouse Brewhouse with “real deal” barbeque favorites created by Food Network star and longtime Carnival partner Guy Fieri, and the line’s first teppanyaki venue.
The 13-day inaugural cruise kicked off the ship’s European season that runs through May. Following its Mediterranean voyages, Carnival Horizon will reposition to New York for a summer schedule of four-day Bermuda and eight-day Caribbean cruises then launch year-round six- and eight-day Caribbean sailings from Miami in September.
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Author: Joyce Oliva
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