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The two newest cruise ships from Carnival Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean International are currently making their way across the Atlantic Ocean from Europe to the United States, where the Carnival Vista and Harmony of the Seas will respectively begin new deployments, for the first time.

Both ships were constructed internationally with the Carnival Vista emerging from Monfalcone, Italy’s Fincantieri shipyard and the largest cruise ship in the world, the Harmony of the Seas, launching from Saint-Nazaire’s STX France shipyard this past year. After an introductory Mediterranean season, the ships are now on their way to their new homeports where they will next depart roundtrip to the Caribbean.

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The Vista and Harmony each left Barcelona, Spain just days ago with the Carnival ship departing on October 21 and the Royal Caribbean one following shortly behind on October 23. In fact, my parents are o

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