MV Carnival Magic
Carnival Magic – © Capt Peter (Galveston, 21/02/2016)
Steel twin screw “Dream Class” motor vessel built in 2011 by Fincantieri, Monfalcone, Italy (Yard No 6167) as a Passenger Ship.
- Original Cost: $740 million.
- Length: 306.50m (overall) m (between perpendiculars)
Breadth: 37.0 m
Depth: 11.21 m
Draught: 8.40 m
Tonnage: 128,048 gross/ net/13073t deadweight
Engines: 6 x Wartsila 12V46 diesels
Power: 75600kW/101400 bHP
Speed: 22.5 knots
- Passenger Decks: 13
Capacity: 3652/3690 passengers
- Crew: 1,386
Call Sign: 3ETA8
- MMSI Number: 370491000
- IMO Number: 9378486
Port of Registry: Panama City/Panama
Sister Ships: Carnival Breeze, Carnival Dream
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January 12th 2010: Keel laid.
August 27th 2010: Launched.
March 17th 2011 – March 20th 2011: Trials.
April 2011: Delivered to Carnival Corporation & Plc, Panama.
May 1st 2011: Officially named in a shipboard ceremony in Venice, Italy, by godmother Lindsey Wilkerson, a former patient at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital who is now serves as an employee and an ambassador of the organization.
May 1st 2011: Maiden cruise then summer cruising from Barcelona.
2011: Autumn/Winter cruising from Galveston.
Carnival Magic – © Drago Krivokapic (Freeport, 14/11/2012)
June 12th 2020: Due at Dover from Barcelona.
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