First at sea Sky Zone trampoline park for Carnival Panorama

On Carnival Panorama, Sky Zone will go in the place where the IMAX Theatre is located on the first two Vista-class ships On Carnival Panorama, Sky Zone will go in the place where the IMAX Theatre is located on the first two Vista-class ships

When Carnival Panorama debuts in Long Beach in December 2019, it will introduce the first indoor trampoline park and challenge zone at sea, in partnership with Sky Zone, a company based in Southern California.

Fun for all ages

'We wanted to do something different on the third (Vista-class) ship instead of the IMAX Theatre,' Carnival Cruise Line president Christine Duffy told Seatrade Cruise News. 'It's a fun experience for our guests of all ages, something new and different.'

Located inside on Decks 6 and 7, where the IMAX Theatre is found on Carnival Vista and Carnival Horizon, the expansive two-deck-high facility will encompass more than 3,000 square feet, across a 12-lane trampoline court. Adjacent to the trampoline court will be a challenge zone equipped with a climbing wall, balance/jousting beam, Sky Ladder climbing apparatus and Tug of War.

Gravity-defying dodgeball and basketball

Sky Zone will serve as the venue for a variety of activities including gravity-defying dodgeball games and above-the-rim basketball experiences where players can become slam-dunk stars.

Other activities include nighttime blacklight glow parties, as well as toddler time sessions where young cruisers and their families can play with oversized soft blocks and participate in the bouncy fun. There will be various fitness activities for all levels from beginning to advanced to get the whole family moving.

Additional details of Carnival Panorama’s Sky Zone will be announced in the near future.

Sky Zone operates more than 200 parks across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, Australia, the United Kingdom, Norway, India, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Colombia.

Posted 26 November 2018

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Anne Kalosh

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