Carnival Cruise Lines is rolling out its “Dream Cruise” to the world.
The company said Tuesday it plans to launch a “new” version of the “Dream” cruise line at least one year after the first, a “solar sail” cruise ship.
The Dream cruise ship will be the first of its kind for the company and the first one in the world to operate in waters with a sea level higher than 6 feet (2.5 meters).
The Dream Cruise ship will have a capacity of 80,000 passengers, according to Carnival.
The cruise ship was named for the dreamy color of the ocean, according the company.
The new ship will feature a new, more spacious cabin, which will feature more space for passengers to lounge.
Carnival said the ship will also have more entertainment options, including an ocean floor-themed restaurant.
The “Dream cruise” will be a part of Carnival’s annual “Year of Sail” celebration in the Caribbean.
The theme is “Sail Together,” a reference to the idea of “sailing together” on a cruise ship, Carnival said.
“We will share this new experience with all of our guests, so they can experience the thrill of sailing together in the same boat and on the same ship as we do,” the company said in a statement.
Carnival and its partners will be able to use the ship for a maximum of two days each year.
It is also opening the ship’s ocean floor to the public, and the company will offer guided tours of the ship, which is currently operated by Carnival’s Carnival Cruise Group.