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Carnival Breeze

Let Carnival Breeze gently sweep you through stunning ports of call on a Grand Mediterranean or Caribbean itinerary. You'll catch all the unforgettable sights there are to see, while enjoying all there is to enjoy about a Carnival cruise.

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Carnival Conquest

This mega-liner has thirteen decks and a passenger capacity of 2974, served by a crew of 1150. 60% of Carnival Conquest’s staterooms offer ocean views, over half of them from private balconies. Like most of the huge-scale Carnival Fun Ships, Conquest specialises in parties: depending on the season you might find yourself dancing at Mardi Gras or celebrating Halloween.

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Carnival Dream

It's time to start livin' the dream with our most visionary ship yet. First setting sail in September 2009, CARNIVAL DREAM was designed to be the largest and most innovative floating resort in our "Fun Ship" fleet. Among many amazing features, she will boast more outdoor deck space, more stateroom categories, the largest spa we've ever built, Carnival Waterworks and a new dining and entertainment complex called The Piazza.

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Carnival Ecstasy

Like her sister ship Sensation, Ecstasy has undergone a refurbishment after assisting with relief issues following Hurricane Katrina. A mini-golf course was created, and Camp Carnival was relocated and given more room – which is important because at one point there were more than six hundred children registered with the Camp during a single spring holiday week! There’s a new Internet cafe and a late afternoon sushi bar. There’s no adults only pool and this ship is notable for the number of passengers who have two, three or more young children in tow.

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Carnival Elation

Making her debut in 1998, Carnival Elation has become a firm favourite with people that appreciate her expansive, breezy open spaces and casual, freewheeling on board vibe. With upper deck pools and a stunningly beautiful atrium lobby, Carnival Elation is a ship that offers ample opportunities for indulgent fun in the sun, or just total relaxation in a stylish, laid back resort style of ship.

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Carnival Fantasy

The pioneer Carnival mega cruise ship, Carnival Fantasy first entered service in 1990, but she has been updated many time since. Today, with her RedFrog Rum Bar and BlueIguana Tequila Bar, she is as refreshingly up to date and brimming with fun things to do as any of her fleet mates. From the tranquil relaxation areas of her upper deck spa, to the full on, fast paced floor shows hosted in her multi level show theatre, the Carnival Fantasy truly does live up to her name.

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Carnival Fascination

The Carnival Fascination is one of the line's seven Fantasy class ships. Entering service in 1994, she has since been extensively refurbished to offer a consistently top notch holiday adventure in the sun. With no shortage of bars, restaurants, and areas for simply kicking back and letting the world go by, the Carnival Fascination is a highly styled, mid sized resort ship that will appeal to all ages.

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Carnival Freedom

Suave, huge and stacked full of fun things to do for all ages, Carnival Freedom is an all singing, all dancing, highly styled resort on the ocean. Brimming with bars, bistros, pools and sizzling night life from stem to stern, Carnival Freedom will allow to you be as indolent or indulgent as the mood takes you, at any hour of the day or night.

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Carnival Glory

Carnival Glory is a modern, magnificent 110,00 ton floating resort, chock full of things designed to amaze, amuse and entertain people of all ages from nine to ninety, from dawn till the early hours. She is one of the pre-eminent 'Fun Ships' cruising the Caribbean and, after only a short amount of time spent on board, you'll begin to understand just why that is.

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Carnival Horizon

Expected to make waves in 2018 the Carnival Horizon plans to unite the best of all their previous ships.

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Carnival Imagination

One of the original seven Fantasy class ships, Carnival Imagination offers everything you could want on a cruise. From mini golf to Filet Mignon, two swimming pools and three children's clubs, this 70,000 ton resort on water has something to appeal to all age ranges and groups, twenty four hours a day. One of the most bubbly and vibrant cruise ships afloat, Carnival Imagination packs a lot of holiday into a short amount of time.

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Carnival Inspiration

Sailing on short, fun filled cruises out of Long Beach, California to Pacific Mexico, Carnival Inspiration lives up to her name. With cutting edge facilities and fun things to do in a classy, comfortable environment, the Carnival Inspiration is a complete holiday resort in her own right. From full scale, past paced floor shows staged in a stunning, multi story theatre to non stop casino action into the early hours, the ship offers as much full on fun as anyone can possibly handle.

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Carnival Legend

Carnival Legend is one of the four- ship 'Spirit' class owned by the company. She came into service in 2001, and marked an entirely new design for the company. With expansive, aft facing decks and a pool area with a sliding glass roof in the middle of the ship, Carnival Legend is a stunning, contemporary cruise ship that, because of her clever design, still manages to feel surprisingly intimate in many areas.

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Carnival Liberty

Carnival Liberty is 110,00 tons of sun kissed fun on the ocean; a fully inclusive resort hotel that moves the scenery while you drink, dine and dance through the time spent on board. With multiple pools, bars and even a small shopping arcade, this vast, vivacious ship has everything you could possibly need for the ultimate holiday, and possibly a few surprises along the way, too.

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Carnival Magic

The 130,000-ton, 3,690-passenger Carnival Magic, the second in Carnival's Dream class, is set to launch in May 2011. The first-in-class Carnival Dream debuted in September 2009. Much of what's found onboard Carnival Dream will be on sister ship Carnival Magic, including the 11,250-square-foot adults-only Serenity area.

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Carnival Miracle

Miracle’s theme is fictional icons – everybody from Superman to Hercules Poirot! She’s one of the slim, fast Spirit class of cruise liners and passengers can expect a streamlined experience except at dining hours, when queues do still form. The Frankenstein’s Lab night-club is a high point, used by teenagers until midnight it becomes a surprisingly jolly late bar for adults afterwards. 80% of her cabins are outdoor ones, which is good news for those who get claustrophobic without a window.

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Carnival Paradise

The Fantasy class of Carnival cruise liners (Fantasy, Ecstasy, Inspiration, Imagination, Fascination, Elation, Sensation and Paradise) are all undergoing, or have undergone, major refurbishments as part of the Evolutions of Fun programme. For Paradise this has delivered upgraded cabins and a redesigned spa, but because this cruise ship takes short cruises only (three days up to a week at most) there are none of the luxury cabins and suites found on other Carnival Vessels.

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Carnival Pride

Carnival Pride’s theme is beauty, which has raised a few eyebrows among more conservative American customers, but if you’re not likely to be offended by nude male statue in the dining room, or bare breasts by Rubens in the corridors, then this ship has a great deal to offer.

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Carnival Sensation

Launched in 1993, Carnival's Sensation underwent a significant refurbishment before re-entering service in 2006 after helping with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

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Carnival Spirit

Spirit is one of the Carnival liners that cruises to Alaska, which gives her passenger profile two distinct patterns – older, quieter passengers on the Alaskan trips and younger (or multi-generational) groups on the other, generally Mexican, sailings. Some people find the ‘Spirit’ theme confusing – it does mean that every public room on the ship has a different decorative style: the spirit of China, the spirit of Egypt and so on. Notable features here are the wedding chapel, which is lovely, and the gym which offers cruise travellers superb views out over the ocean while they exercise.

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Carnival Splendor

Much more than nice, grand, pleasing or pretty, everything about this floating resort will be nothing less than splendid. From the Gold Pearl restaurant and the Red Carpet dance club to the California Roll sushi bar and Royal Flush casino, everything aboard this fabulous new ship will be a celebration of life's splendid moments.

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Carnival Sunshine

Fresh off a multi-million dollar refurbishment, the Carnival Sunshine is better than ever and packed with places to have fun. With three pools, a variety of eateries, lounges, nightclubs, a friendly casino, duty-free shopping and Spa Carnival, a cruise on this amazing Fun Ship is the vacation you were born to take. Ship's Registry: The Bahamas.

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Carnival Triumph

There tends to be a big plus and a big minus to Carnival Triumph – and taking those into account when choosing your cruise will help you understand this: the downside is that many, many cruise passengers complain that they find the ship’s layout confusing. Even regular cruisers say it takes three times as long to learn their way around the ship as usual. That’s the downside, so what’s the upside?...

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Carnival Valor

Valor has many things going for her, but her layout can cause head-scratching, to say the least. As an example to get to the Internet café you have to go into Winston's Cigar, the ship's lounge for cigar smokers, meaning that non-smokers have no choice but to bring a laptop and use the ship wide wifi, or indulge in passive smoking. That aside, the ship is fun-filled with a good children’s activity programme and their own wading pool. Fellow passengers will tend to be predominantly American with only 30% of them being over 55, according to Carnival.

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Carnival Victory

One of Carnival’s Destiny class of ships, Victory was launched in 2000 and has had a 2007 refurbishment, but despite this, most travellers feel she has an ambience that ranges from ‘comfortable’ to ‘well-worn’ depending on who you speak to!

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Carnival Vista

The first of two new sister ships, Carnival Vista is the largest ship in the current fleet. While brim full of all the seagoing fun and sizzle of the other 'Fun Ships', the size of the new ship has allowed her to introduce some new features that are all of her own.

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The cruise line are best known for their fun ships (which also happen to be some of the largest cruise ships in the world), casual atmosphere and laid back approach to American-style cruising. Whether you’re looking for a fun, action packed informal cruise holiday, a relaxing beach holiday or a city break, then Carnival can offer you your ideal voyage. If you are looking for a replacement for popular Ocean Village and like the idea of American-style cruising, then a Carnival cruise could be just what you need.

When it comes to dining, Carnival offer plenty of options to suit everyone’s needs. Choose to reserve a table for either an Early or Late sitting, or choose Your Time open seating, which offers a more flexible approach to dining on a first-come first-served basis. There are plenty of breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and snack options onboard, with speciality restaurants, a main dining room and more casual low-key options. Just some of the cuisine options found across the Carnival fleet include a steak restaurant, fresh sushi, Italian delicacies, delicious Mongolian food, hot dogs on the go and grilled to order BBQ. The dining dress code onboard all Carnival ships is Cruise Casual and there will also be one or two optional Cruise Elegant evenings during your sailing.

No matter what your age, you’ll always find something to do onboard Carnival with a range of exciting activities. Laugh the night away at the Punchliner Comedy Club, enjoy nightly musical revues with Playlist Productions or even participate in a live game show. On top of that, you’ll also find a 3D theatre experience, outdoor movie nights, SportsSquare (the home of mini golf, an outdoor ropes course and more), plus Carnival WaterWorks, the onboard water park. If you’re still not tired, then there’s a fitness centre, yoga & pilates classes and a host of other sports activities to keep you feeling fit and healthy during your cruise.

If you wish to take a break from all of the excitement, the Serenity Retreat is the adult-only area of the ship where you can go to unwind. Relax in the whirlpool and lounge in the sun, all while experiencing attentive waiter service from the Serenity bar. There is also the Carnival Spa which provides a range of rejuvenating health and beauty treatments and the Cloud 9 Spa resort, which offers private spa accommodation (available on all ships except Carnival Sunshine).

What's included:

Stand out Carnival Inclusive Features:
•Carnival 'Waterworks' Water park
•Mini Golf & Basketball Court
•Serenity (Adults only retreat)
•Fine Dining including no extra charge for steak and lobster

Also included:
•Spectacular stage shows, Live music & Comedy acts
•Carnival's Seaside Theatre
•Youth Programs 
•24-hour room service
•Toiletries and amenities in cabin

Based in the United States, Carnival feature cruises all around the world, with a focus on Caribbean cruises, Mexico and the Bahamas. Carnival cruises to Alaska are also very popular.

If you are considering taking your first cruise holiday, or have children and are interested in cruising, Carnival Cruise Lines are a great choice. There are a number of children’s clubs on each cruise catering for kids aged between 2 and 17, from teenage hangouts to late night programmes to an immersive Dr Seuss experince (adults are allowed too!).   Imaginative activities, parties and a world of fun and games await you!

Carnival Cruises offer fly and cruise holidays, cruising out from the United States. Free economy flights for your Carnival Cruise can be taken from Gatwick, Heathrow, Manchester and Glasgow. Regional flights from other UK airports are available at a supplement.

Perfect for family cruises, couples, first time cruisers, anyone looking for a relaxed and informal fly and cruise holiday.



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