Carnival Cruise Line has taken delivery of its new ship Mardi Gras, which is due to enter service in April 2021.
The LNG powered ship will feature Bolt, which Carnival claims will be will the "rollercoaster at sea".
Venues, restaurants and entertainment options will be dispersed throughout Mardi Gras’s six distinct zones.
The ship’s centrepiece will be its three-deck-high atrium with floor-to-ceiling windows and movable LED screens that open to reveal an ocean view.
It will be able to accommodate 5,200 guests and 2,000 crew, with guests able to choose from 11 categories of stateroom and suite.
Mardi Gras will depart Turku in Finland later this month before heading to North America.
It will initially operate seven-day Caribbean itineraries from Port Canaveral, with its inaugural fixed for 24 April 2021.
"Notwithstanding the delays related to the pandemic, there is tremendous enthusiasm and pent-up demand for this ship," said Carnival Cruise line president Christine Duffy.
"Next we will work on the development of her sister ship, Carnival Celebration, which arrives in 2022 and has sold very well since inventory opened in October."