MV Carnival Pride
© Willem Oldenburg (Ijmuiden, 20/06/22)
Steel twin screw ”Spirit Class” motor vessel built in 2001 by Kvaerner MASA Yards, Helsinki. Finland (Yard No 500) as a Passenger (Cruise) Ship for Carnival Cruise Lines
- Original Cost: $ 375 million
- Length: 292.50 m (overall) 262.70 m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth: 32.20 m
- Depth: 13.60 m
- Draught: 7.80 m (Summer)
- Tonnage: 86071 gross/ net/7200t deadweight
- Engines/Propellers: : 6 x Wärtsilä type 9L46D – 4 stroke single acting 9 cylinders diesel engines /2 x ABB Azipods
- Power: 62370 kW/HP
- Speed: 22.0 knots (Service) 24.0 knots (Max)
- Passenger Decks: 12
- Capacity: 2124 passengers
- Crew: 930/1029
- Call Sign: H3VU
- MMSI Number: 354215000
- IMO Number: 9223954
- Port of Registry: Panama City/Panama 🇵🇦
- Sister Ships: Costa Atlantica (498), Carnival Spirit (499), Costa Mediterranea (502), Carnival Legend (501), Carnival Miracle (503)
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March 30th 2000: Keel-laid.
March 29th 2001: Launched.
December 12th 2001: Delivered to Carnival Corporation Plc, Panama.
December 30th 2001: Maiden cruise from Port Canaveral.
© Mikael Söderholm
January 7th 2001: Baptized in Port Canaveral by Godmother Tamara Jernigan.
2002 – 2009: Cruises from Long Beach.
2009: Cruises from Baltimore.
© Mikael Söderholm (Baltimore, 25/09/2016)
June 10th 2022: Inaugural call at Dover
© Nigel Scutt (Dover Strait Shipping)(Dover, 10/06/2022)
June 19th 2022: Called at Dover.
© Nigel Scutt (Dover Strait Shipping)(Dover, 19/06/2022)
July 1st 2022: Called at Dover.
August 12th 2022: Called at Dover.
June 9th 2023: Called at Dover.
🆕 © Craig Nelson (Dover, 09/06/2023)
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