No sooner had Carnival christened the innovative Carnival Magic, did they announce the name of their new ship…Carnival Breeze.
Entering service in June 2012, Carnival Breeze will evoke a tropical paradise on board with island-inspired interior design featuring bright colours and palm tree adorned corridors.
“Not only will Carnival Breeze introduce exciting new features and a highly creative island-inspired interior design that pays homage to the world’s most popular cruising region, we’ve put together itineraries that provide our guests with the opportunity to visit a huge array of stunning ports of call throughout the Caribbean and Mediterranean,” said Gerry Cahill, Carnival president and CEO.
The tropical ‘feel’ onboard extends to the ship’s staterooms with bright colours blended with muted pastels resulting in what seems to be a, surprisingly more elegantly understated result than one is used to with Carnival ships.
Featuring the Carnival signature ‘Waterworks’, Carnival Breeze will boast a 300 foot long corkscrew water slide and ‘The Lanai’ an outdoor promenade area complete with cantilevered whirlpools extending over the side of the ship.
A resort style pool looks like the perfect escape for those wanting a more relaxed outdoor experience with cabanas and ‘theatre style’ sun lounges conveniently positioned in front of the large LED screen above.
Two dining rooms in addition to such restaurants made popular on ‘Carnival Magic’, as ‘Cucina del Capitano’ will ensure passengers don’t go hungry.
Whilst not a dining option per se, Carnival Breeze will also feature ‘Cherry on Top’ a candy store stocked with all the favourites available as a self service option. A veritable ‘Willy Wonka’ of pleasure for adults and children alike!
Bars & Nightclubs
Making an appearance in true Caribbean-style will be the ‘Red Frog Pub’ serving up Carnival’s own private label beer, ‘Thirsty Red Frog’ and providing nightly live entertainment and snacks.
Similar to the offering on Carnival Magic, SportSquare brings fitness outside with a ropes course, miniature golf and outdoor fitness area.
Monday, 6 June 2011
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: Natalie Aroyan