\r\nCarnival Cruise Line announced plans to grow its fleet by two additional ships by 2023, taking the delivery position of an Excel-class ship that had previously been assigned to sister line AIDA Cruises that will arrive in late 2023, as well as taking ownership of Costa Magica from another of its European sister lines, with that ship going through a dry dock, renaming and Carnival-branded conversion and joining the fleet by mid-2022.\r\nThese two ships are in addition to the new capacity growth represented by Mardi Gras, Carnival\u2019s first Excel-class, liquefied natural gas (LNG)-powered ship which starts sailing from Port Canaveral on July 31 and her sister ship, Carnival Celebration, which will be delivered and sail from Miami starting in late 2022, as part of Carnival\u2019s 50th birthday festivities. The addition of these four ships will bring the Carnival fleet to 27 by year-end 2023, and these ships bring many new amenities and features for guests, as well as environmental benefits and enhancements as Carnival continues to exceed and expand targets for emissions efficiencies.\r\nMardi Gras\r\nYear Built: 2020\r\nCapacity: 5,200 guests\r\nLocation: Crossing the Atlantic\r\nAfter spending several months docked in Barcelona, the Mardi Gras is crossing the Atlantic en route to the United States. Carnival\u2019s new LNG-powered ship is expected to arrive in Port Canaveral on June 4.\r\nCarnival Panorama\r\nYear Built: 2019\r\nCapacity: 4,000 guests\r\nLocation: Long Beach, California\r\nThe Carnival Panorama remains docked at the Long Beach Cruise Terminal. After spending a few months in Central America, the vessel returned to California in December.\r\nCarnival Horizon\r\nYear Built: 2018\r\nCapacity: 4,000 guests\r\nLocation: The Bahamas\r\nOne of the ships included in Carnival\u2019s U.S. restart plan, the Carnival Horizon is currently in the Bahamas.\r\nCarnival Vista\r\nYear Built: 2016\r\nCapacity: 4,000 guests\r\nLocation: Gulf of Mexico\r\nAfter recently taking part in a pro-cruise rally in Texas, the Carnival Vista is in the Gulf of Mexico. The vessel is expected to be one of the first to relaunch service in the United States with cruises from Galveston.\r\n\r\nCarnival Breeze\r\nYear Built: 2012\r\nCapacity: 3,650 guests\r\nLocation: Galveston, Texas\r\nAfter spending most of the operational pause in the Bahamas, the Carnival Breeze is currently docked in Galveston, Texas. Along with the Carnival Vista, it was recently used on a pro-cruise rally at the port.\r\nCarnival Magic\r\nYear Built: 2011\r\nCapacity: 3,650 guests\r\nLocation: Marseille, France\r\nIn Europe since 2020, the Carnival Magic is presently at a shipyard in Marseille, France. During a recent drydock, the vessel received Carnival\u2019s\u00a0new red, white and blue livery. \r\nCarnival Dream\r\nYear Built: 2009\r\nCapacity: 3,650 guests\r\nLocation: Crossing the Atlantic\r\nAfter leaving Miami on May 24, the Carnival Dream started an Atlantic crossing. The vessel is expected to arrive in Marseille, France, on June 14.\r\nCarnival Splendor\r\nYear Built: 2008\r\nCapacity: 3,000 guests\r\nLocation: Singapore\r\nThe Carnival Splendor remains in Singapore. One of Carnival\u2019s Australia-based vessels, arrived in Asia soon after its cruises were suspended in March 2020.\r\nCarnival Freedom\r\nYear Built: 2007\r\nCapacity: 2,974 guests\r\nLocation: The Bahamas\r\nThe Carnival Freedom is spending the operational pause in the Bahamas region. Currently, it is anchored off Great Stirrup Cay.\r\nCarnival Liberty\r\nYear Built: 2005\r\nCapacity: 2,974 guests\r\nLocation: The Bahamas\r\nAfter docking in Miami for supplies earlier in May, the Carnival Liberty is presently anchored near Great Stirrup Cay.\r\nCarnival Valor\r\nYear Built: 2004\r\nCapacity: 2,974 guests\r\nLocation: Civitavecchia, Italy\r\nSince September, the Carnival Valor has been anchored off Italy. The vessel is currently near the Port of Civitavecchia, along with other Carnival Corporation ships.\r\nCarnival Miracle\r\nYear Built: 2004\r\nCapacity: 2,100 guests\r\nLocation: Long Beach, California\r\nSet to offer Alaska cruises starting in July, the Carnival Miracle has been in Long Beach for the past few months. The ship arrived back in the U.S. in December, after a long period anchored off Panama.\r\nCarnival Glory\r\nYear Built: 2003\r\nCapacity: 2,974 guests\r\nLocation: Crossing the Atlantic\r\nAfter leaving Miami on May 14, the Carnival Glory is currently nearing Europe. The vessel is en route to C\u00e1diz, Spain, where it will be drydocked in June. \r\nCarnival Conquest\r\nYear Built: 2002\r\nCapacity: 2,974 guests\r\nLocation: The Bahamas\r\nSpending the operational pause in the Bahamas, the Carnival Conquest is anchored off Little Stirrup Cay.\r\nCarnival Legend\r\nYear Built: 2002\r\nCapacity: 2,100 guests\r\nLocation: St. Maarten\r\nEmployed on humanitarian efforts earlier this year, the Carnival Legend is currently in St. Maarten. In April, the vessel helped evacuated \u00a0St. Vincent after a local volcano started erupting.\r\nCarnival Pride\r\nYear Built: 2001\r\nCapacity: 2,100 guests\r\nLocation: Freeport, Bahamas\r\nAnother ship spending the operational pause in the Bahamas, the Carnival Pride is currently docked in Freeport, Grand Bahama.\r\nCarnival Spirit\r\nYear Built: 2001\r\nCapacity: 2,100 guests\r\nLocation: Singapore\r\nAfter being used on crew repatriation voyages in 2020, the Carnival Spirit remained in Asia. Currently, the ship is anchored off Singapore.\r\nCarnival Victory\/Radiance\r\nYear Built: 2000\r\nCapacity: 2,984 guests\r\nLocation: C\u00e1diz, Spain\r\nThe Carnival Victory is still in C\u00e1diz, Spain. In March 2020, the vessel arrived at the port for a major refit, which had work suspended soon after the pandemic started. When finished the ship will emerge significantly updated with a new name: the Carnival Radiance.\r\nCarnival Sunrise\r\nYear Built: 1999\r\nCapacity: 2,984 guests\r\nLocation: The Bahamas\r\nAfter docking in Miami earlier this month, the Carnival Sunrise is back in the Bahamas. Currently, it is maneuvering near Great Stirrup Cay.\r\nCarnival Elation\r\nYear Built: 1998\r\nCapacity: 2,040 guests\r\nLocation: \u00a0The Bahamas\r\nThe Carnival Elation is currently sailing near the Grand Bahama Island, en route to the New Providence Channel, also in the Bahamas.\r\nCarnival Paradise\r\nYear Built: 1998\r\nCapacity: 2,040 guests\r\nLocation: St. Maarten\r\nLike the Carnival Legend, the Carnival Paradise was used to evacuate residents of St. Vincent after the imminent eruption of the La Sofri\u00e8re volcano. The ship is currently anchored at the Simpson Bay, in St. Maarten.\r\nCarnival Sunshine\r\nYear Built: 1996\r\nCapacity: 3,000 guests\r\nLocation: The Bahamas\r\nThe Carnival Sunshine is yet another Carnival ship in the Bahamas. The vessel is currently near Freeport.\r\nCarnival Sensation\r\nYear Built: 1993\r\nCapacity: 2,040 guests\r\nLocation: Gulf of Mexico\r\nAfter docking in Galveston, the Carnival Sensation is currently sailing in the Gulf of Mexico.\r\nCarnival Ecstasy\r\nYear Built: 1991\r\nCapacity: 2,040 guests\r\nLocation: The Bahamas\r\nThe Carnival Ecstasy is anchored off the Bahamas. The Fantasy-class vessel returned to the Great Stirrup Cay area recently after docking in Miami for supplies.