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Carnival Cruise Line

Carnival has been offering cruises since 1972.  They were one of the original cruise lines to offer the shorter voyage concept.  Currently, Carnival has 25 ships, offering 3 to 16 day cruises to The Bahamas, Caribbean, Europe, Mexican Riviera, Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, New England, Bermuda, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.

Carnival offers several different classes of cruise ships, The Fantasy Class, The Triumph Class, The Spirit Class, the Conquest Class, The Splendor class and the newest Class of ships is the Vista Class.  Each class has their own unique options.

The Carnival “Fun Ships” offer a variety of entertainment for all ages.  From Seuss at Sea to the Hasbro Family Game Show to a Seaside Theatre.  From live music and varying entertainment… Carnival has something for everyone.

Over the last several years, Carnival has added new deck spaces, water slides and kids' programs for children ages 2-17.  Additionally, as part of "Fun Ship 2.0," many ships now offer new themed bars, dining venues -- including Guy Fieri's Guy's Burger Joint and The Blue Iguana Cantina, Fly-On Performers, Karaoke, DJ IRIE, and The Punchliner Comedy Club.  Carnival has also added Carnival LIVE.  Carnival brings popular entertainers to your vacation. When your cruise stops in Nassau, Cozumel, Grand Cayman or Montego Bay, you’ll have the unique opportunity to see an amazing musician, or laugh-out-loud-funny comedian in a theater venue.

Carnival has created many new dining options as well.  “Your Time” - Open Seating Dining allows guest to dine in the main dining room anytime between 5:45 and 9:30, or you can choose traditional early or late dining as an option.  Carnival has also expanded their casual dining options to include an Asian-themed buffet station, a New York-style deli, a 24-hour pizzeria, a pre-dinner sushi bar and Indian food.  There are some ships offering upscale, for-fee alternative restaurants.

Carnival truly offers FUN for all ages!!

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