CCL-Carnival Cruise Line's ships to boast new red, white & blue hull design

   May 5, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Following the popularity of the red-white-blue livery adorning the hull of Carnival Mardi Gras ship, another CCL-Carnival Cruise Line boat will receive the new hull design that is expected to become a trademark feature fleetwide as CCL prepares to celebrate the company's 50th birthday in 2022.

Carnival Mardi Gras cruise ship

Carnival Magic will be the first CCL liner to receive the new livery during her current drydock refurbishment in Marseilles France.

Paying homage to patriotic colors and maritime tradition, the design is highlighted by a stately navy blue hull that is inspired by officers' uniforms along with red and white accents running the length of the 1004-ft (306-m) long vessel.

Additional CCL vessels will receive the new livery as they undergo scheduled drydocks. Carnival Glory will be the fleet's second boat to receive the new hull design during her refurbishment scheduled in June 2021.

In addition to the new livery, Carnival Magic will emerge from drydock (on May 24) with an expanded Casino and greater variety of slots and other games, along with a host of enhancements including freshening up the WaterWorks aquapark and the Lido Deck's swimming pools.

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