The park will offer one-hour sessions for different age groups starting with 6 months to 5 years, 6-15 years and 15 years and older.
The “toddler time” sessions will cost $5 per child and $5 per adult (all toddlers have to be accompanied by a guardian).
For 6-year-olds and up, the sessions will cost $12. The park will include a “challenge zone” area with glow in the dark climbing wall, jousting beam, Sky Ladder climbing equipment, gravity-defying dodgeball games, and basketball.
For adults and children alike, there will also be an $18 night-time session with a glow in the dark party and custom T-shirts.
All sessions can be booked at the Sky Zone desk at the park.
The Sky Zone park will be located on Deck 6 and 7 and cover more than 3,000 square feet, it will be the first Sky Zone facility on any cruise ship and will feature a 12-lane trampoline court.
On sister ships, Carnival Vista and Carnival Horizon the space is an IMAX Theater.
The park will be open all day when the ship is at sea and in the late afternoon and evening during port days.
Carnival Panorama is 133,500 gross tons with a passenger capacity of 3,900 and is the third of the line’s Vista-class cruise ships.
She is due to enter service later this year. She is in the final fit out stages in the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy and will homeport in Long Beach, California.
When the ship sails her first cruise from Long Beach on December 11th, 2019, she will be the first new Carnival cruise ship to homeport on the US West Coast in 20 years.
The ship will offer year-round seven-day cruises to the Mexican Riviera.
Other attractions aboard Carnival Panorama include a new Choose Fun Waterpark, similar to other WaterWorks setups on Panorama’s sister ships Carnival Vista and Carnival Horizon, as well as recently refurbished ships such as Carnival Breeze.
Also up top, there will be a SportsSquare recreation area and ropes course; and the ever-popular SkyRide, and in the theatre new production shows with dancing drones will be included as part of the entertainment.