This also kicks off the inaugural season in Europe which will come to an end in May.
Horizon will sail a series of Mediterranean cruises from the port with the final being a transatlantic voyage ending in New York on May 23rd 2018.
There were no guests onboard during the transition as workers from the shipyard stayed onboard to complete the finishing touches whilst crew members were also getting final preparations done before the very first voyage.
Following an invitation-only naming ceremony featuring Grammy Award-winning artist Queen Latifah, Carnival Horizon is set to embark on a summer schedule of four-day Bermuda and eight-day Caribbean voyages from New York beginning May 24th.
The ship is second in Carnival‘s popular Vista-class, offering fun innovations like the bike-ride-in-the-sky aerial attraction SkyRide, an IMAX Theatre, the Havana section with tropics-inspired staterooms and its own pool.
Th ship also includes food and beverage outlets offering incredible views with both indoor and al fresco seating options at venues such as Bonsai Sushi, Fahrenheit 555 steakhouse and Library Bar.
The third vessel in the Vista-class series, Carnival Panorama, is currently under construction and set to debut in Long Beach, Calif., in December 2019.
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