At 130,000 tons, Carnival Magic is almost five times the size of Mardi Gras.
A file photo from 1999 shows passengers disembarking one of Carnival's first ships, the Tropicale.
Unveiled in 1981, Tropicale was Carnival's first newly built ship and sailed with the line until 2001.
After a major refit in 2015 at the BAE Systems Drydock in San Francisco, the Carnival Miracle now boasts many of Carnivals newly implemented 2.0 venues like the Alchemy Bar, Redfrog Pub and Skybox sports bar.
(Photo by Andy Newman/Carnival Cruise Lines/HO) The Carnival Valor cruises off Miami on the Atlantic Ocean.
Sailing on year-round, weekly alternating eastern and western Caribbean cruises, the 952-foot-long cruise ship accommodates almost 3,000 guests and is the first ship in Carnival's fleet to offer full wireless internet access in all public areas including cabins.
We can also tell you from reports the exchange between the father and daughter began early this morning after an affair was understood to have developed between the daughter and her Jamaican born lover.
The 70,000-ton vessel operates year-round three- and four-day cruises from Miami.Carnival Cruise Line is the world's largest cruise operator in terms of passengers carried per year, accounting for roughly one out of every five cruise vacations worldwide.Headquartered in Miami, the self-described "Fun Ship" line operates 25 large, resort-like vessels with a combined capacity for 66,310 passengers, based on double occupancy per cabin. It also offering sailings to the West Coast of Mexico, Canada, Alaska and, occasionally, the Mediterranean.(Photo by Andy Newman/Carnival Cruise Lines) Carnival Cruise Lines' Carnival Conquest cruises off the coast of Cozumel, Mexico.The ship is longer than three football fields and can accommodate a maximum of 3,700 guests and 1,200 officers and staff.(Andy Newman/Carnival Cruise Lines) The Carnival Liberty arrives in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Thursday, Nov. From November through April, the vessel sails on alternating six- and eight-day Bahamas/Caribbean voyages from Fort Lauderdale's Port Everglades.