Carnival Breeze anchored off Grand Cayman in 2014.
|Owner:||Carnival Corporation & plc|
|Operator:||Carnival Cruise Line|
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|Laid down:||20 November 2008|
|Launched:||16 September 2011|
|Completed:||3 June 2012|
|Maiden voyage:||June 3, 2012|
|In service:||June, 2012|
|Class and type:||Dream-class|
|Length:||306.02 m (1,004.0 ft)|
|Beam:||37.2 m (122 ft)|
|Draught:||8.20 m (26.9 ft)|
|Speed:||22.5 knots (41.7 km/h; 25.9 mph)|
Concept and construction
Carnival Breeze is the third and last Dream-class ship built for Carnival but Costa Crociere also operates a Dream Class ship. Fincantieri Monfalcone of Italy is the builder. The Dream class vessels were the largest passenger ships ever built by Fincantieri at the time of their construction.
Areas of operation
From June to November 2012 she sailed out of Barcelona and Venice on Mediterranean cruises, and afterwards from Miami to the Caribbean and Bahamas. In May 2016, she moved to Galveston. In April 2017 the Carnival Breeze entered dry dock, at the Grand Bahamas Shipyard, for the first time since entering service in 2012. Carnival Breeze is currently homeported in Port Canaveral, Fl after moving from Galveston, Texas in September 2018. She continues cruising to the Caribbean.
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