Carnival Corporation's four new cruise ship additions for 2019 include:

Carnival Panorama from Carnival Cruise Line

Carnival Panorama will become the brand's first new ship to homeport in California in 20 years, sailing year-round voyages from the Long Beach Cruise Terminal to the Mexican Riviera.

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Carnival Panorama is scheduled to launch on December 11, 2019, with a three-day inaugural cruise from the Long Beach Cruise Terminal.

Sky Princess from Princess Cruises

Sky Princess will carry 3,660 guests. The first Mediterranean deployment of Sky Princess is set to feature 10 cruise departures on eight itineraries, beginning October 20, 2019, with a seven-day Mediterranean and Adriatic cruise from Athens (Piraeus) to Barcelona.

On November 17, the ship will sail from Barcelona for Fort Lauderdale.

Costa Venezia from Costa Cruises

European and North American guests will be welcomed onboard for the scheduled March 3, 2019, vernissage cruise from Trieste, Italy, to Greece and Croatia, followed on March 8 by a 53-day inaugural cruise.

Costa Smeralda from Costa Cruises

The ship will be Costa Cruises' first powered in port and at sea by LNG. The ship will make its maiden voyage on October 20, 2019, with a 15-day cruise from Hamburg, with stops in Rotterdam, Lisbon, Barcelona, and Marseille before arriving at Savona, in northwest Italy, on November 3.

On November 4, the six-day inaugural cruise is expected to leave Savona, calling on Barcelona, Marseille and Rome (Civitavecchia). Costa Smeralda will continue to sail in the Western Mediterranean until April 2020, with seven-day cruises calling on Savona, Marseille, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Civitavecchia and La Spezia.