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Carnival Vista emerges from Navantia with new livery, interior updates

Carnival Vista's new Cherry on Top at upper left, with the relocated Club O2 for teens at upper right. The Lido Marketplace, below, was refreshed with a new look
Carnival Vista completed a 30-day dry dock at Navantia where it gained new livery, a Heroes Tribute Bar & Lounge, retail stores, teen club, arcade and expanded casino.

The 133,500gt ship was built in 2016. 

It now sports Carnival Cruise Line's red, white and blue livery.

New public spaces and shops

Heroes Tribute Bar & Lounge, a venue that's being expanding across the fleet, honors military veterans and active-duty service members.

The casino was enlarged with a new layout, and a separate nonsmoking annex was added.

An all-new Effy Jewelry store and a new Cherry on Top shop were installed.

Club O2 for teens was created in a new location, and the ship’s arcade was relocated and redone as well.

The Lido Marketplace was refreshed with a new look.

Port Canaveral home

Carnival Vista is en route to Florida where it will resume year-round cruises from Port Canaveral. The ship operates mostly six- and eight-day itineraries to destinations including Half Moon Cay, Grand Turk, San Juan, St. Maarten and St. Thomas.

Carnival Vista is part of Carnival’s four-ship Canaveral lineup, along with Carnival Freedom, Carnival Liberty and Mardi Gras.