Little Carnival becomes the centre of attention
Carnival Cruise Line’s 3D printed ship helps prep players for a Suncorp Super Netball game
On Saturday, Carnival Cruise Line’s newest and smallest ship, Little Carnival, embarked on her second voyage, visiting the Quaycentre court in Sydney for a netball match between the Melbourne Vixens and New South Wales Swifts.
Little Carnival was the centre of attention as she delivered prizes to the crowd. The Captain also had fun cheering on the Vixens as they took the win 58-65.
With Carnival fans excited for the arrival of the brand’s newest and largest ship – Carnival Splendor –in December 2019, Little Carnival is planning to cycle her way around a number of Australian cities, bringing a little FUN – at 25km per hour – to those in anticipation. Her next stop will be Westpoint, Blacktown.
About Carnival Cruise Line:
Carnival Cruise Line is the largest cruise line in the world with almost five million guests travelling every year. The cruise line has two ships currently deployed in Australia, including Carnival Spirit – currently the largest and newest cruise ship home ported year-round in Sydney, Australia. This ship will reposition to Brisbane, its new home port, and sail year-round from October 2020. Sister ship, Carnival Legend, will return to Australia in October 2018 following her Northern Hemisphere summer season cruising Alaska. Carnival Splendor will join the Australian fleet in December 2019 as the ship repositions to her new home port in Sydney and is set to become the brand’s newest and largest ship home ported year-round in Australia. With over 45 activities to enjoy each day, Carnival’s ships offer fun-loving families and couples fun, memorable holidays at great value.