Carnival Will Stuff More Than 7,000 Humans Into Its New Cruise Ships

The four new ships will be the cruise industry's largest yet—but only in head count, not in size

Carnival's LNG-Powered Ships to Hold 6,600 People: CEO

The largest cruise line plans to push the limits of cruise ship capacity. Carnival will introduce the world’s largest cruise ship by passenger count—although not by size—with four new vessels capable of accommodating 6,600 passengers alongside hundreds of crew members. The large-capacity cruise ships will set sail between 2019 and 2022.

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