The latest Behind the Scenes series episode shows Carnival Vista going to new heights. The video focuses on the groundbreaking SkyRide aerial attraction, which will make its debut when the 133,500-ton cruise ship enters service in May.
The SkyRide is a first-of-a-kind shipboard activity. Adventure seekers will pedal hanging recumbent-like cycles at up to 25 miles an hour speeds an hour across an elevated 800ft-long track, while enjoying panoramic sea views. The best part is that there will be no charge for it.
SkyRide will be one of the many open-air amenities aboard Carnival Vista. The ship will also boast the 455ft-long Kaleid-o-Slide, the longest water slide of Carnival Cruise Line to date, as well as SportSquare recreation area with a basketball court, mini-golf course, suspended ropes course, and more.
Carnival Vista debuts on May 1 with a 13-day voyage from Trieste, Italy which is part of a schedule of Mediterranean cruises through October. The ship will then reposition to New York for a pair of sailings then shifts to Miami FL for year-round Caribbean cruises beginning in November.
You can read the Vista ship's review and see its deck plans at CruiseShipDeckPlan.com