Carnival Victory

Carnival Victory

The Carnival Victory is the second ship of Carnival Cruise Line’s Triumph class. She was built in Europe, by the Italian shipyard Fincantieri.

A modified version of the original Destiny-class ship, the Triumph class includes other three ships: the Carnival Triumph, Costa Fortuna and Costa Magica.

The Victory entered service on August 2000, with cruises from the port of New York. She was christened by Mary Frank, wife of Howard Frank, then Vice Chairman of Carnival Corporation.


Ship Specifications:
Cruise Line:Carnival Cruise Line
Cruise Ship:Carnival Victory
Shipyard:Fincantieri
Year Built:2000
Tonnage:102,000
Passengers:2,758
Crew:1,100
Length:272.19 meters

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