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Why This Ship Is Called a Floating Amusement Park

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For passengers looking for on-board entertainment, the Carnival Vista has no shortage of options: from a mini-golf course, to two swimming pools, to a state-of-the-art 'SkyRide' suspended 150 feet above the sea.

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Carnival Vista is the newest, largest ship to join Carnival Cruise Line, with 10 restaurants, an IMAX theater, a massive water park, and a crew of 1,400 ready to tend to the needs of its 4,600 passengers. But with a new ship comes growing pains, and on this 10-day voyage from Athens, Greece, to Barcelona, Spain, Vista's troubles begin from the very moment she leaves port. See how the captain and crew hustle to feed, move, entertain, and problem solve around the clock in order to meet their guests' great expectations aboard this mighty vessel.

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