Carnival Cruise Lines ships
All Carnival cruse ship names begin with Carnival. (Photo: cruise ship at dock image by jimcox40 from Fotolia.com )
Carnival Cruises started in 1972 with just one ship, the Mardi Gras. As of September 2010, the cruise line operates 22 vessels and has two additional ships on order. Carnival sails to parts all over the globe. Carnival Cruise ship names all begin with "Carnival" followed by an intangible or idea, such as the Carnival Freedom, Carnival Elation or Carnival Pride.
The Carnival Sensation is one of Carnival Cruises' eight Fantasy Class ships. The 2052-passenger vessel, debuted in 1993, and makes twice weekly voyages to the Bahamas year round from Miami. Features on the 855-foot long ship include a nine-hole, miniature golf course; an Internet cafe; kids, tweens and teens clubs; multiple restaurants and lounges; and several pool areas, including an adults-only pool. Other Fantasy class ships include Carnival Fantasy, Carnival Ecstasy, Carnival Fascination, Carnival Imagination, Carnival Inspiration, Carnival Elation and Carnival Paradise.
The Carnival Triumph is the flagship of Carnival's two Triumph class ships. The 893-foot, 2758-passenger vessel is based out of New Orleans and sails the Eastern and Western Caribbean year round. Features on the Carnival Triumph include a huge, outdoor LED screen on the aft pool deck, where guests can view movies and sporting events under the stars; an Internet cafe; a Broadway-style theater; Slide n Glide, an outdoor water amusement area; and a nine-hole mini-golf course. The other Triumph class ship is the Carnival Victory.
The Carnival Liberty is one of five Conquest class ships. This 2, 974-passenger liner sails throughout the Caribbean from its home port-Miami, to ports such as San Juan, Grand Turk, St. Maarten and St. Thomas. Features of the Carnival Liberty include a library; two 650-square foot Penthouse suites; Harry's, a reservation-only supper club; a three-level theater; and a coffee bar. This ship is also noted for its high ratio of cabins with private balconies. Other Conquest class ships include Carnival Conquest, Carnival Glory, Carnival Valor and Carnival Freedom.
Carnival Pride is one of four Carnival Spirit class ships. This 2, 124-passenger vessel is based year round in Baltimore and sails the Bahamas, the Caribbean and Bermuda. The 963-foot long Carnival Pride features a Twister waterslide; a comedy club; a sports bar; David's steakhouse; and Club O2, a club for teens only. Other Spirit class ships include Carnival Spirit, Carnival Legend and Carnival Miracle.
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