Carnival Dumping Two Old Ships This Year
The sensation is over for the Carnival Sensation and the Ecstasy. Both ships hosted more continuous parties than Hefner in his prime during their time at sea.
Carnival had one ship built in 1991 and the other in 1993. Both ships hosted more continuous parties than Hefner in his prime during their time at sea. Both ships are being replaced by bigger and newer party ships with roller coasters and restaurants galore.
Carnival has announced that the party is over for the Sensation, and the Carnival Ecstasy, and they will both leave the Carnival fleet this year. Both ships were part of the Fantasy class and built in the 90's during a time when Carnival was naming their ships after what happened after dark on their vessels.
The Ecstasy was Carnival's second Fantasy-class ship, entering service in April 1991. The Ecstasy will now sail from Mobile, Ala., from March 5 to October 10 for its final deployment. The Sensation will not return to service.
Carnival had previously announced that the Carnival Spirit would replace the Ecstasy in Jacksonville, Fla.