Carnival Horizon to Set Sail with Ropes Course On-Board


The Carnival Horizon cruise ship is scheduled to take its maiden voyage on April 2, 2018. The ship will feature an aerial adventure course, making it the third Carnival cruise ship to include one.

The Sky Trail Expedition course, designed and built by Ropes Courses, Inc., is a single level structure with 24 different elements along two separate paths. Circular in design and supported by twelve different poles, the course features obstacles such as rope bridges, swinging steps, and narrow beams 150 feet above the ocean.

“Carnival Cruise Line is known for its thrilling open-air attractions, and the ropes course on Carnival Horizon promises to be a spectacular attraction on our newest ship,” said Dominic Chancellor, manager of Outer Decks Experience for Carnival Cruise Line.

“Designing another Sky Trail course for a Carnival cruise ship was an exciting opportunity for us,” said Jim Liggett, founder and owner of Ropes Courses, Inc. The Carnival ships Breeze and Magic have featured Sky Trail Expedition courses for the past several years.


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