Carnival Liberty Cruise Ship

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Tripsavvy / Linda Garrison 

I sailed the western Caribbean on the Carnival Liberty not long after the first of the 2.0 changes were made to the ship, and I'm happy to say that the cruise line has some winning ideas. The Carnival Liberty was the first of the Carnival Cruise Lines ships to undergo its  FunShip 2.0  renovation. Carnival announced in 2011 that the company is investing over $500 million to enhance its fleet over the next several years. I had previously sailed on the Carnival Liberty in 2006, so it was interesting to see the changes made to the ship.

First, Carnival has partnered with some big names to bring new entertainment and dining options to the ships. Comedian George Lopez consulted on the hiring of comedic talent, and Food Network television star Guy Fieri introduced a new free outdoor grill on the ships called Guy's Burger Joint. Video game fans will recognize the name EA Sports. Carnival has worked with this company to develop a new sports bar concept, aptly named the ​EA Sports Bar. This bar is next to the casino where the former sports bar, Gloves, was located. This new bar has a whole wall of flat screen monitors for watching sports action, playing trivia games, or competing in video games. Finally, under license from Hasbro, Inc., Carnival will create Hasbro, The Game Show , a new series of entertainment activities based on the popular Family Game Night television show from The Hub.

In addition to the big-name consultants, Carnival added two new outdoor bars to the Carnival Liberty. These fun spots are located next to the Lido deck pool. The RedFrog Rum Bar is a poolside version of the RedFrog Pub on the Carnival Magic . Rum may be a popular Caribbean libation, but tequila is also a favorite. So, Carnival has also added the BlueIguana Tequila bar on the Carnival Liberty on the opposite side of the pool. I love Mexican food, so was delighted to see the new BlueIguana Cantina. This complimentary poolside dining destination offers freshly made burritos and tacos on homemade tortillas, along with a nice salsa bar with a variety of toppings.

Overall, I loved the enhancements made to the Carnival Liberty, and I think my fellow cruisers on our western Caribbean cruise did too. The new bars were packed with patrons, and the new dining venues were terrific. Although some of the entertainment changes will evolve over the next few months and years, the plans are intriguing and the future looks FUN for those who sail with Carnival.

Let's take a tour of the Carnival Liberty.

  • Dining and Cuisine
  • Interior Common Areas
  • Exterior Common Areas
  • Onboard Activities and Entertainment

Carnival Liberty - Cabin

We were in Carnival Liberty balcony cabin #8389 and were well pleased with this cabin. The balcony was large enough for two chairs and a small table. The cabin was quiet, and we had plenty of storage space. The cabin was made up with a queen-sized bed, which could be separated into twin beds. The stateroom also had a nice sofa, cocktail table, storage shelves, flat-screen television, and dressing table. The television had several news and movie channels. The closets were large enough for two people, although the hangar configuration was inconvenient since you couldn't take the hangers out of the closet. I guess some people must steal hangars from cruise ships just like they do from hotels or otherwise the cruise line would make the hangars easier to use.

The cabin was quite comfortable and had good lighting. The dressing table only had one plug-in, but I had brought along a power strip to hook up all my electrical equipment (camera, computer, phone, etc.), so we were fine.

The bathroomhad a shower with a curtain. The sink area had shelves for all our toiletries, and a makeup/shaving mirror, which I always like to see in a cruise ship cabin. The bathroom came equipped with all sorts of small packages of sample items, and the shower had a container of shower gel and shampoo. I had to use my own shower cap, so was glad I brought one along.

The Carnival Liberty has 20 different price categories among the seven different types of cabins, ranging from inside cabins to luxurious suites. Over 500 cabins are balconied such as ours was.

Carnival Liberty - Dining and Cuisine

Overall, I thought the Carnival Liberty dining options and food quality were very good on our western Caribbean cruise . Just imagine serving 3,000 hungry people 24 hours per day!

The numerous dining options on the Carnival Liberty are varied and diverse. Here's a list of the mouth-watering places you can dine each day:

  • Golden Olympian Dining Room
  • Silver Olympian Dining Room
  • Emile's Bistro
  • Blue Iguana Cantina
  • Mongolian Wok
  • Fish & Chips
  • Guy's Burger Joint
  • Harry's Steakhouse
  • Origami Sushi Bar
  • Jardin Cafe
  • Chef's Table
  • Room Service

Since we were usually anxious to get ashore and go exploring, we ate breakfast in the buffet-style Emile's Bistro. It had all the standard fare, including an omelet station. Although most of the other passengers also ate in Emile's for breakfast, the buffet lines were manageable; we never had to wait too long.

The Carnival Liberty had many options for lunch, and we tried them all. One of the main dining rooms was open for lunch on sea days, but most passengers enjoyed a casual lunch either by the pool or in the food court area at Emile's on the Lido Deck. Emile's had a buffet lunch with many diverse options, and the deli, pizza bar, and Mongolian Wok are nearby. The Mongolian Wok is a favorite of many cruisers (like me), but the lines often are long. The wait is worth it, but you might want to try it the first day or on a port day, when not as many people are on the ship. The BlueIguana Cantina has excellent burritos and tacos, with a great self-serve salsa bar. My husband loved the fried oysters and seafood soups at the Fish & Chips bar on deck 10 upstairs from Emile's. My favorite casual lunch spot was Guy's Burger Joint, where you'll find the best burgers at sea. There was certainly something for everyone!

Dinner was our favorite meal. We ate in the Silver Olympian Dining Room, but had dined in the "anytime dining" Golden Olympian Dining Room on a previous cruise of the Mediterranean on the Carnival Liberty. Both are excellent and lovely dining venues. The food was delicious, and the portion sizes just right. Our waiters remembered our names and usual requests (white wine, decaf coffee, etc.) from the first night. They anticipated our needs and were exceptional.

We ate at Harry's Steakhouse ($30 per person cover charge) one night. The presentation and taste of the food was marvelous, and the cover charge hasn't changed since 2006 when I dined there before. One word of caution--the portion sizes are larger than those in the main dining rooms, and you will need to allow at least two hours for dinner. Was it worth the $30 extra? We all agreed it was, but others might not.

The Jardin Cafe and Origami Sushi Bar are along the Promenade aft on deck 5. The Jardin Cafe is a patisserie that serves delicious snacks and specialty coffees for an extra fee. Origami features fresh complimentary sushi rolls most evenings between 5 and 8:15 pm. Since we had dinner at 8:15 each night, Origami was a good place to have a snack before getting cleaned up for the evening.

We did not try the Chef's Table since the reservations are limited, but it sounds like a very special experience. Up to 12 guests enjoy wine and hors d'ouevres in the galley with the ship's chef de cuisine. The group then get a personalized tour of the galley with the chef and get to see the galley in action, something usually missed on regular galley tours. The evening concludes with a memorable dinner with appetizers, entrees, and desserts designed by Carnival's master chefs specifically for the Chef's Table dinner. The Chef's Table is $75 per person and can be booked at the Guest Services Desk. Doesn't the evening sound marvelous?

Room service is available 24 hours per day on the Carnival Liberty at no extra charge. Since breakfast is the most popular room service meal, it's a good idea to use the card provided in the cabin to order the night before. You can't order off the regular dining room menu as you can on small luxury ships, but the room service menu has a nice selection of items that will carry you over until the next meal.

Carnival Liberty - Interior Common Areas

The interiors of the Carnival Liberty are mostly bright, contributing to the overall fun environment. The soaring atrium is filled with flowers (artificial) and a huge chandelier with lights of changing colors. It's very festive and a great atmosphere for cruising the Caribbean !

The Carnival Liberty has many lounges spread throughout the ship. The Venetian Palace is the large show lounge, with good seating spread over three decks. The Venetian theme is carried over to the two jesters on either side of the stage and the cute tables shaped like Carnival masks. This show lounge is used for evening entertainment and popular activities like bingo. The Victoria Lounge is the second largest lounge and is like a cabaret, with comedy shows and live music karaoke. Next to the Victoria Lounge is The Stage, which was used as a venue for live Latin music on our cruise. Downstairs from these two venues is The Cabinet, which has nice seating, a dance floor, and is used for karaoke, magic shows, and various other entertainment. The Hot & Cool nightclub and disco is a busy place in the late evening.

The smaller indoor bars feature all sorts of fun themes. The lively Piano Bar has sing-a-longs around its huge "piano". Those looking for a quiet bar will enjoy the Alchemy Bar with its fascinating assortment of premium drinks. The EA Sports Bar (previously called "Gloves") has sixteen 46-inch flat screens, perfect for watching sports or playing video games. We liked sitting in either the Promenade or Flower Lobby bars in the evening because the people-watching was so much fun!

The Carnival Liberty has a nice Internet lounge tucked away behind The Cabinet on deck 4. The ship has WiFi available shipwide (for a fee), and many people either used their own laptops or tablets to access the Internet.

Like most large ships, the Carnival Liberty has a large casino and shopping arcade, both on the popular Promenade Deck. The ship also has conference rooms, a lovely small library that seems to only be open an hour or so a day, and a card room.

The Carnival Liberty spa, salon, and gym are forward on deck 11. The gym features good views of the sea and a nice selection of all the latest workout equipment. Classes are

Kids sailing on the Carnival Liberty have their own age-appropriate areas. The Club O2 age group (ages 15-17) have the exclusive use of a lounge on the deck 5 Promenade. It features bar stools shaped like Duracell batteries. This lounge is conveniently located next to the video arcade. The Circle C age group (12-14) also have their own lounge on deck 4. I'm sure the older teens are glad these two lounges aren't TOO close! The younger kids' Camp Carnival is indoors forward on deck 12 near the adults-only Serenity outdoor deck area.

It's really fun to just take a deck plan of the Carnival Liberty (obtained at embarkation or at the guest services desk) and just explore the interiors of the ship.

Carnival Liberty - Outdoor Areas

The Carnival Liberty cruises the sunny Caribbean year-round, so its outdoor areas can get very busy when the weather is good. The ship has two large swimming pools on the Lido Deck--one midship pool and the other Versailles Pool next to the pizza bar aft of Emile's Bistro buffet. The Carnival Liberty also has a large water slide , kiddie pool, and several hot tubs.

The busiest bars on our western Caribbean cruise were the BlueIguana Tequila Bar and the RedFrog Rum Bar . These two outdoor drinking venues flank either side of the Lido deck pool and were added during the 2011 renovation. What a great idea to have two such fun places outdoors, and the friendly competition between the "blue" iguana and "red" frog carryover to several activities during the cruise. Those looking for a drink certainly don't have to go far. The large outdoor Seaside theater screen is also next to the Lido deck pool.

Serenity is the adults-only area forward on deck 12. There is no extra charge to use this facility, and it has padded lounge chairs, double clamshell lounges , hammocks, and two large hot tubs . It's a great place to escape the hubbub on the Lido deck.

Guests who get tired of lounging around, drinking, or enjoying the pool and hot tubs might want to escape to the sports deck aft on deck 11. There, they can jog , play miniature golf, basketball, or volleyball.

Carnival Liberty - Onboard Activities and Entertainment

The Carnival Liberty has all sorts of non-stop activities on our western Caribbean cruise , most of which you would expect on a large mega-ship. The swimming pool and deck areas were terrific, and the Carnival Liberty features one of the large, on-deck movie screens over the midship pool . It was much like being at a drive-in theater (without the cars and making out). Videos, in-house talk shows, and news were shown in the daytime, with a movie featured each evening.

Those looking for a quiet place on deck sought out the Versailles Pool or the forward adults-only Serenity deck area.

The Carnival Liberty gym and spa were forward on deck 11. The spa had all the usual massages and treatments, including a cruise-long "spa seminar" that featured classes on everything from weight loss to detoxification to teeth whitening. The gym had all the latest equipment (including spinning for a fee). Pilates and yoga classes also had a fee, but the rest of the classes and machines were included in the cruise fare. The gym also featured a great view.

Days at sea could be filled with bingo, art auctions, funny contests by the pool, dance classes, or gambling in the casino.

What we didn't see on the Liberty (and didn't expect) were educational classes or enrichment lecturers. Although the television and daily FunTimes newspaper included information on each port of call, the focus was mostly on Carnival's shore excursions or shopping recommendations. Those preferring to learn about the ports or tour on their own will need to do independent research.

The Venetian Palace is the Carnival Liberty's show lounge. The seats are comfortable, with good sight lines, and the room has a beautiful stage curtain and spectacular Murano glass chandelier. The shows by the onboard troupe in the palace are Vegas-style, with lots of singing and dancing. We enjoyed all of them. On the evenings when the show troupe was not performing, the Venetian Palace had a variety of entertainment such as magicians, singers, or comedians. One night we had a "Carnival Legends" show featuring some talented passengers in an "Idol"-style show (but with no one voted off).

The Carnival Liberty has plenty of other evening entertainment options in its lounges, and most have live music ranging from classical to jazz to disco to karaoke. The teens even have their own lounge. Just wandering from lounge to lounge in the evening and taking in a few minutes at each was great fun. A large ship like the Carnival Liberty can really stand out in its diversity of entertainment options.

I thought that the variety of entertainment on this ship was one of its strongest points, although the casino seemed to be the most popular evening entertainment onboard.

Conclusion The Carnival 2.0 enhancements have added new bars, dining options, and entertainment to the Carnival Liberty. Before the changes, the ship was already an excellent choice for multi-generational groups or couples who want a good mix of both quiet time and party time. These changes have made the ship even better!

As is common in the travel industry, the writer was provided with complimentary cruise accommodation for the purpose of review. While it has not influenced this review, believes in full disclosure of all potential conflicts of interest. For more information, see our Ethics Policy.

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Carnival Liberty

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  • New Orleans (Port NOLA Louisiana)
  • Port Canaveral (Orlando, Florida)

Carnival Liberty current position

Carnival Liberty current location is at US East Coast (coordinates 28.06918 N / -80.27094 W) cruising at speed of 17.3 kn (32 km/h | 20 mph) en route to USPCV>BSNAS. The AIS position was reported 1 hour ago.

Current itinerary of Carnival Liberty

Carnival Liberty current cruise is 3 days, round-trip The Bahamas . Prices start from USD 309 (double occupancy rates). The itinerary starts on 12 Apr, 2024 and ends on 15 Apr, 2024 .

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Carnival Liberty Itineraries

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The 2005-built Carnival Liberty cruise ship is the 4th of all 5 Conquest-class vessels - with sisterships Conquest , Freedom , Glory , Valor . This series preceded the new Dream-class trio of newbuilds. In 2011, Liberty became the first CCL liner overhauled as part of the USD 0,5 billion "Fun Ship 2.0" drydock refurbishment project - a multi-year program centered on adding "signature" dining and entertainment venues to all older vessels in the fleet.

The vessel (IMO number 9278181) is currently Panama- flagged (MMSI 371083000) and registered in Colon .

History - construction and ownership

Carnival Cruise Lines (CCL) is a US shipping company, trademarked brand and subsidiary of Carnival Corporation (shipowner). CCL was founded in 1972 as an independent company by Ted Arison (1924-1999, co-founder of NCL Norwegian ). 

CCL has the Corporation's largest fleet as number of vessels and GT-tonnage (ship sizes/volumes and passenger capacities). In 2023, CCL had ~9% (by revenue) and ~19% (passengers) share of the cruise industry's worldwide market. In 2024, the parent company (Carnival Corporation) had ~51% stake in the US$64+ billion industry.

Carnival Liberty cruise ship

The 3000-passenger ship Carnival Liberty and the sisterships are larger versions of earlier Destiny-class CCL liners, as well as more feature-filled. More space reveals into additional decks, more bars and lounges, an upscale steakhouse, and well-proportioned public areas.

Decks and Cabins

Carnival Liberty staterooms (1489 total, in 27 grades) include 54 Suites, 521 Balcony, 330 Oceanview and 566 Inside cabins, including 29 wheelchair-accessible (in all cabin categories). The ship has no "family cabins" but instead offers connecting rooms in various categories. Most cabins are sized 170-185 ft2 (16-17 m2). Cabin balconies are sized 35-75 ft2 (3-7 m2). The ship has 3 types of suites - Captain's, Grand, Ocean. The largest are Captain's Suites (500 ft2 / 46 m2 plus 150 ft2 / 14 m2 terrace).

The boat has 13 passenger decks , of which 8 are with cabins. Over 50% of all staterooms are outside, 60% of those are with balconies.

Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks

On Carnival Liberty, the two main dining rooms offer traditional dinner with set times and tablemates or flexible dining, via "Your Choice Dining" Carnival program. Silver Olympian Restaurant is nicer of the duo. It is located aft and framed by 3 walls of windows. Golden Olympian is positioned in a central spot, but both offer the same menu. At dinner, vegetarian and low-carb fare is served, as well as Spa Carnival choices. Cuisine often exceeds expectations, especially at Harry's Supper Club and the complimentary Guy's Burger Joint, not to mention the fish-and-chips bar, sushi station and also the dining room, where all waiters sing and dance. The casual two-level Emile's buffet offers a number of food stations with a variety of choices, including a salad bar, deli, dessert station, daily regional cuisines. The 24-hour room service provides a limited selection of items.

Follows the complete list of Carnival Liberty restaurants and food bars.

  • Golden Olympian Restaurant (744-seat forward Dining Room, with two fixed dinner seatings or Your-Time Dining; offers Seuss At Sea-themed breakfasts for $5)
  • Silver Olympian Restaurant (1122-seat aft Dining Room, with two fixed dinner seatings and open seating breakfast and lunch)
  • Bluelguana Cantina (complimentary Mexican fast food bar; offers burritos, tacos)
  • Guy's Burger Joint (complimentary fast food bar by Guy Fieri)
  • Emile’s Lido Buffet Restaurant (1396-seat, self-service buffet restaurant with various food stations; operates as a bistro in the evenings)
  • Herry’s Steakhouse (108-seat specialty restaurant for steaks and seafood; with dance floor and live music)
  • Origami Sushi (complimentary)
  • Sushi at Sea (Lido Bar) mini version of Bonsai Sushi, offers a la carte priced menu with rolls, sushi, sashimi, prices vary between USD 1,50-7,50.

Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport

Amongst Liberty's plethora of new offers, cruisers can find a candy shop, four signature bars and comedians approved by George Lopez. Like her Conquest-class sisters, Liberty also boasts a 3-deck theater and a series of stores. The hard-to-please teen set gets their own disco, positioned along the promenade with the rest of the "adult" fare. Carnival Liberty offers the typical Carnival experience blended with a handful of twists. The "old faithful" are also there: personal service and diverse evening entertainment ranging from Vegas floor show to jazz to the "piano man". There is also an EA Sports Bar onboard. With its video games, flat-screen TVs and beer it has to be the best man's cave at sea.

Follows the complete list of Carnival Liberty lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens, and adults.

  • Venetian Palace Theatre (1400-seat main show lounge for musical productions and shows; also used for movies and bingo)
  • Liberty Atrium Flowers Lobby (9-deck high open floor area; features Flowers Lobby Bar with piano and stage for live performances)
  • Persian Card Room (28-seat); Satin Room Art Gallery (36-seat); Antiquarian Library (17-seat; offers board games); Photo Gallery and Shop; Tapestry Conference Room (100-seat)
  • Circle C (complimentary kids club lounge with video games, parties, and planned activities)
  • The Web Internet Cafe (24-hour, 6 Internet computers room)
  • Cabinet Bar (147-seat cigar bar with live music)
  • The Fun Shops (offers “Bon Voyage” items, duty-free liquor, jewelry, fashion boutiques, souvenirs, logo items)
  • Cherry on Top (candy shop; offers branded gear, special occasions gifts and tuxedo rentals)
  • EA Sports Bar; Jardin Cafe (specialty coffee bar); Taste Bar (offers complimentary appetizers); Alchemy Bar (serves made-to-order cocktails); Piano Man Bar (100-seat piano bar); The Stage bar (88-seat jazz bar)
  • Czar’s Palace Casino (484-seat); The Promenade Bar (23-seat); Kiosk (S and S Card service)
  • Club O2 (teens' lounge for video games, movies, karaoke, and themed parties); Without Batteries Video Games Arcade (24-hour)
  • Hot and Cool Disco and Nightclub (211-seat); Victoria Lounge (425-seat; hosts Punchliner Comedy Club/brunch).
  • Versailles Pool area (with two Whirlpools, Versailles Bar, Grill, and Pizzeria)
  • BlueIguana Tequila Bar; RedFrog Rum Bar (offers Caribbean rums selection and ThirstyFrog Red drought beer)
  • Aqua Park (Coney Island Pool area which is connected to the Twister Waterslide; with one Whirlpool, splash pools, water fountains)
  • Carnival Seaside Theatre (LED screen outdoor cinema; with a stage for live performances)
  • Spa Carnival complex (with Steam Rooms, Saunas, Massage Room, Beauty Salon, Spa Pool, Gymnasium)
  • Sports Deck (multi-sports court/basketball, volleyball; Tennis Tables, Shuffleboard); Jogging Track; 9-hole Mini-Golf Course
  • Serenity (adult-only sundeck with Serenity Bar, two Whirlpools, padded lounges)
  • Camp Ocean (kids' club lounge hosting complementary programs with supervised activities, an outdoor playground). Camp Carnival's wading/paddling pool for kids is no longer available.


Carnival Liberty itinerary program is currently based on short breaks to The Bahamas leaving out of Port Canaveral/Orlando (Florida USA) . The roundtrips (3-4-day) visit Nassau or Nassau+ Princess Cays/Eleuthera .

Before the COVID crisis, Liberty (since March 2016) was homeported in Galveston Texas for 3-4-day Mexico itineraries visiting Cozumel and Cozumel+Progreso.

In May 2024, Carnival Liberty starts voyages from NOLA/New Orleans (Louisiana USA) replacing Carnival Glory (to be homeported in Port Canaveral). Departing on Sundays from Port NOLA, Liberty will operate 7-day Western Caribbean itineraries plus a 7-day Bahamas+Eastern Caribbean itinerary. Call ports include The Bahamas' Nassau and Freeport, Mexico's Cozumel and Costa Maya, Jamaica's Montego Bay, Honduras' Roatan Island (Mahogany Bay), Grand Cayman, Belize City.

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Carnival Liberty Wiki

Fun Ship 2.0 upgrade  was done in 2016. The vessel was christened by Mira Katherine Sorvino (1967-born US actress). After drydock refurbishment in 2011, Liberty became the first Carnival liner with "Fun Ship 2.0" upgrade. It is also the first Fun Ship with "Seaside Theater" - CCL's huge outdoor LED screen for movies (12x22 ft, or 3,7x6,7 m) on Lido Deck.

Carnival Liberty cruise ship

Liberty is of Carnival's Conquest-class liners ( Fincantieri Monfalcone -built), with sisterships Conquest ,  Freedom ,  Glory ,  Valor . In April 2017, Carnival Cruise Line announced the names of a cruise booking record-breaking couple from Florida - Bernard and Janice Caffary. The retired couple had booked its 200th Carnival cruise on Carnival Liberty leaving out of Port Canaveral . This record was achieved in 15 years (first booking in 2002), meaning they averaged over 13 Carnival cruises a year and spending 878 days at sea with the company - the equivalent of nearly 2 1/2 years. The company honored the couple with welcoming signage throughout the Port Canaveral cruise terminal. They also were guests of honor during special onboard VIP celebrations. In 2017, the couple already had 30 more Carnival cruises booked.

Drydock 2016 was in the period December 1-16.

In 2021 (October) Carnival Liberty was drydocked at Navantia Shipyard ( Cadiz Spain ), mainly for general maintenance (technical and routine) works and also repainting (received CCL's new livery).

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Carnival Liberty Review, Day 1: Setting Sail From Port Canaveral

Doug Parker

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  • February 15, 2022

Over the next five days, we are going to highlight our cruise on Carnival Liberty from Port Canaveral. Today we highlight our embarkation and interesting sail away from the Space Coast. 

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You’ve heard of the proverbial “offer you can’t refuse,” right? Well, when I saw that I could jump on a four-night sailing of the Carnival Liberty for $10 a day — before taxes and gratuities — I had to jump on it.

It’s been quite a while since I’ve done a short Carnival cruise, and with the total price after taxes, gratuities, and fees coming to around $200 total, this was perfect. 

(Note: I call this price a once-in-a-lifetime deal, I have not seen it since.)

Carnival Liberty Cruise Itinerary 

  • Day 1: Port Carnival
  • Day 2: Fun Day at Sea
  • Day 3: Nassau, Bahamas
  • Day 4: Bimini, Bahamas
  • Day 5: Port Canaveral

Pre-Cruise Testing 

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For the past 12 sailings I’ve done since cruising resumed, I’ve done the at-home BinaxNOW testing , which is both convenient and super easy.

But because I booked this sailing at the last minute, I didn’t have time to order a test. (If you’re even thinking about doing last-minute sailings, it’s worth keeping a few on hand!) 


There’s been some confusion around whether or not this type of test is acceptable because you mostly hear about PCR and antigen tests. But yes, a NAAT molecular test is also acceptable, as outlined on Carnival’s website .

Parking Port Canaveral

Parking Port Canaveral

With my test result, boarding pass, and luggage in hand, I headed down to Port Canaveral. Carnival Liberty was docked at Terminal 3, the new pier that was built for Carnival’s newest ship, Mardi Gras . Parking fee-wise, I paid $85 dollars (or $17 per day). 

The port’s parking garage charges on a calendar-day schedule , not by the night. For instance, because our cruise was Monday through Friday, we had to pay $17 per day x 5 days. 

If you’re looking to save some of your hard-earned cash as opposed to forking it over to the Canaveral Port Authority, there are plenty of offsite park-and-cruise lots that will charge half as much and include transportation to and from the ship.

people in Port Canaveral

I parked on level three of the garage, which is where you’ll find the walkway from the parking garage to the pier. Two different members of the embarkation team checked my paperwork to make sure I was good to go and then it was off to check-in.

Since my boarding pass was already printed out, all the check-in representative had to do was verify my test result and scan my boarding pass; everything else was done online. 

going to the ship terminal

The time it took to get from walking into the terminal to the ship was less than 10 minutes. Trust me, a s long as you have all your paperwork in hand, the embarkation process is flawless.

According to the embarkation employee holding the manifest, there were 2,500 guests on this sailing, which put us at about 84 percent of the ship’s 2,974 capacity.

First Impressions of Carnival Liberty

Carnival Liberty first impression

Stepping onboard Carnival Liberty was like coming home for me. The first time I sailed the ship was back in December of 2011, after it received its Fun Ship 2.0 makeover. This was the first vessel in the fleet to get the makeover, which saw the addition of Guy’s Burger Joint, BlueIguana Tequila Bar, Alchemy Bar, and other enhancements. 

water slide Carnival

I’ve sailed on  Liberty  a few times since then, so I knew my way around the ship, including the layout quirk on deck three which, because of the placement of the dining room kitchen, you have to go up or down a deck if you want to walk from the front to the back of the ship.

The last time I cruised Liberty was in March 2017 when Tim McGraw performed onboard for a Carnival LIVE show, so it was nice to be back on board. It was sort of like going back in time, given that the ship looked pretty much the same, with the exception of everyone wearing masks and the signs encouraging guests to follow the current protocols. 

Carnival Liberty Inside Cabin

inside cabin carnival

If you’re wondering what a $10 per-night cruise fare will get you, it’s an inside cabin on deck two (room 2402). While I do love a balcony cabin because of my space issues, the inside worked fine for this particular trip because of my work schedule.

At home, I’m typically up and in my studio pretty early, so being able to sleep in a room with no windows and cold AC was very much welcomed as I got up early on this trip as well.

standard inside room carnival

My cabin was a standard inside room with two twin beds, three closets, a small fridge, vanity area, typical bathroom, and one outlet. If you get creative, you can use the razor outlet in the bathroom if you need a second one, just make sure you keep the bathroom light on or the outlet itself will turn off. 

Because this ship hasn’t had any major renovations since Fun Ship 2.0 back in 2011, there are no USB outlets in the room. That’s probably not terribly convenient for the average cruiser, let alone someone who travels with all of the equipment I use to put together the show. 

brown water from faucet

One weird thing: When we turned on the faucet, brown water poured out for about 20 seconds. It slowly cleared again, and we never really figured out what might have caused it. Maybe we were the first guests to stay in the room since the ship returned to service, or maybe there were rusty pipes. Whatever the case, it only lasted a few seconds and never happened again. 

After unpacking, we stored the luggage and our carry-ons underneath the bed. That’s something I’ve always loved about most staterooms I’ve encountered on cruise ships — the ability to put the luggage in a place that’s both convenient and out of the way, unlike most hotel rooms.

New Muster Drill is a Winner! 

new muster drill

Our muster station was located outside on deck four and, as has been the case ever since the process was changed, it couldn’t have been easier. We checked in with the attendant who walked us through the process and then asked our room number.

Recently, Carnival’s Brand Ambassador, John Heald, asked his Facebook followers if they hope to see the new muster drill process remain in place once things go back to normal. Not surprisingly, the response was an overwhelming “Yes!”

Lunch on Carnival Liberty

carnival liberty lunch

Remember I mentioned earlier that this was the ship on which Carnival first introduced Guy’s Burger Joint? Well, on the maiden voyage — and I’m not proud of this — I ate nine burgers over the course of the week.

Fast forward to 2022, and even the thought of eating more than one burger a day will destroy my digestive tract. Guy’s Burger Joint is definitely on the docket for this cruise, but it wasn’t on the schedule for day one.

smoked beef carnival

I tried to take a semi-healthy approach with a giant fresh salad from the lido, but since I was still hungry, I went up to deck 10 and grabbed a plate of Ol’ Fashioned BBQ as well. I went with chicken and beef with a side of mac and cheese. This is the same type of BBQ that is found at Guy’s Smokehouse on the other Carnival ships, just without the branding. They do have Guy Fieri’s sauces at the condiment bar, though.

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After lunch, we went up to Diamonds Steakhouse to confirm our reservation for night three. I like to get to know the dining team and always prefer to eat in the main dining room both the first night and last night. That leaves one of the nights in between for specialty dining. (A lot of people choose to eat in a specialty restaurant the first night in order to get the free bottle of wine offered for those who do.)

Disney Cruise Line

While we were exploring, Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Dream passed us for its four-night cruise.

Exploring Carnival Liberty

carnival liberty cruise ship

After lunch, it was off to explore the ship and see how different venues had fared after being laid up for so long without guests. The ship is very ornate, featuring a lot of iron rods and dark lights. It has this really cool but at the same time slightly eerie feel to it. 

Liberty is one of the ships designed by Joe Farcus and, like the other older ships on which he was involved, the style is distinctly different than what you’ll find on more modern ships in the fleet. The public areas are almost eccentric, with bright lights and unusual statuary, as opposed to newer ships which tend to have a quieter, less extreme look.

theater area carnival

We wandered through the Serenity area and past the aft pool deck, then wandered up to the mini-golf course. The ship seemed to be in good shape and ready to show us a great time. 

A few things we noticed right off the bat: On this sailing, smoking was forbidden in the casino. That meant if a guest wanted to smoke, they needed to do so outside (no matter the weather). Only a few days later, Carnival announced that smoking would once again be allowed in the casino as of February 14th for all sailings.

precautionary measures carnival

Also, there were many signs reminding people where masks were required and urging them to wash their hands. But the handwashing station at the entrance to the Lido was out of service and, judging by various photos posted in Facebook groups, has been for a while. You’d think getting that fixed would be a major priority under the current circumstances.

A Quick Fix

quick repair carnival

Carnival Liberty has been plagued with propulsion issues for years. Every time they got a grip on the thruster issue, something would happen again. The three-night cruise before ours  must have been the straw that broke the camel’s back with the propulsion issue because it returned to port 12 hours early so they could get repairs done. 

In 25 years of cruising, this was the first time I’d experienced a thruster being replaced while we were at the dock. It was a very cool sight to see involving cranes, trucks, dive vans, and cargo trailers along the pier. It was a huge undertaking with a lot of coordination between the underwater divers and the crew on the dock. 

We finally set sail around 8 p.m, and it was a chilly sail away for central Florida with temperatures in the mid-50s.

Carnival Liberty Main Dining Room

Although I usually prefer late dining, we went with the early seating this time so that nothing would interfere with the evening’s activities. We were seated at the back of the aft dining room, which gave us a great view of the work being done on the ship. I’m sure that might have made some people nervous, but I found the whole thing fascinating.

Carnival main dining room

Tonight’s dinner was candied salmon for a starter and grilled salmon for the entree. Even though I was really eyeing the Warm Chocolate Melting Cake, I skipped dessert. After all, it’s not a Carnival cruise unless you have some, right? But it was only night one. There’d be plenty of time for that.

candied salmon Carnival

We were seated at a long table that could seat 12, but only four showed up. There’s always that awkward thing under these circumstances when you’re sitting with strangers and waiting for someone to break the ice. Fortunately, within a couple of minutes, we were all chatting and getting to know one another.

carnival cruise line sunset

I’ll admit that at first, part of me just wanted to sit with my friends, which is what I normally do. But in hindsight, I’m glad we wound up joining others. We met some new people who I was sure we’d wind up palling around with over the next few days.

Welcome Aboard Show

Welcome Aboard show

Typically, the Welcome Aboard show is done twice on the first night. But since the ship was operating at limited capacity, it was only being offered once, at 9:30, giving the folks who had late dining time to wrap up and catch the performances.

Welcome Aboard show

The Cruise Director, Dustin, walked us through the entertainment we’d be experiencing throughout the cruise, followed by the Playlist Production team giving us a small sampling of the shows they’d be putting on. The first Playlist show, Flick, is being staged tomorrow night.

This is where the first day ends because I woke up at 4 am this morning, worked until 10:30, then drove down to Port Canaveral.

T omorrow is our one and only Fun Day at Sea this voyage, and if you know me, that means we’ll be hitting the Seaday Brunch!

We’ll save you a seat.

Don’t miss my other  Carnival Liberty  trip reports:

  • Day 2: The Perfect Sea Day
  • Day 3: Nassau and a Subpar Steakhouse Experience

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Carnival Liberty

About Carnival Liberty

Bring the whole family, because the 110,000-ton, 2,978-guest Carnival Liberty offers a fabulous cruise vacation for everyone. Upgrades to this Conquest Class ship in 2011 included a top-to-bottom makeover, with such new features as an assortment of unique bars with diverse offerings, chic lounges and dining venues — including a poolside burger joint. One of her highlights is a stunning nine-deck-high atrium that is crowned by a huge chandelier with octopus-like arms with lights that continuously change color.

Super amenities add to a fabulous vacation experience where you can be as active as you like or simply relax and soak up the sun at the four swimming pools. Thrill-seekers will love the 214-foot, three deck high waterslide and drencher, sure to delight the kids and those young at heart. Catch some rays and melt your cares away at the seven whirlpools.

The ship offers a host of supervised activities for kids designed according to their age group — like a summer camp at sea. Teens also have their own area where they can listen to music, dance and play games at the video arcade.

Carnival Liberty boasts plenty of places to enjoy conversation with new-found friends. She features 22 bars, including one for wine enthusiasts, and several comfy lounges, some with an elegant ambiance. Designed for pure pampering, the immense spa offers an extensive menu of relaxing treatments and the fitness center has state-of-the art equipment. Escape from the daily routine as you melt your cares away at the blissful adults-only retreat where you can watch the passing views from a comfortable lounger as you sip on a refreshing cocktail.

Savor a variety of dining options that include a pair of two-level main dining rooms, an intimate steakhouse and a two-story Lido buffet boasting a variety of food stations for American, Italian and Asian dishes as well as pizza, burgers, New York-style deli sandwiches, plus more. Specialty restaurants include a New York-style supper club and another for Mexican cuisine. Delicious hot pizza is available 24/7 as well as room service.

Make yourself at home in a variety of accommodations, all with comfortable furniture with light wood and generous storage space. The ship features a high percentage of oceanview staterooms and some with private balconies. Watch first-run movies on the TV from your super comfy bed.

Exciting entertainment includes a huge disco, a fun piano bar where you can join in on singalongs, a game show that the family can enjoy together and watch movies, concerts and sports events on a jumbo 270-square-foot LED screen for an incredible experience. Try your luck at the slots and other exciting games at the exciting casino, share the laughs at the comedy club and chill-out at the jazz club.

Feel the freedom as you experience the cruise of a lifetime on the fabulous Carnival Liberty.

Cruise on the Carnival Liberty to the Bahamas and the Caribbean.

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Captain's Suite

This is the best room you can get… without bunking up with the guy himself. A Captain’s Suite aboard Carnival Liberty features tons of indoor space, and a huge balcony when you need a little more. Back inside you’ll find a king-size bed, two full bathrooms (one with whirlpool tub), plus a separate living room that sleeps another three. And VIP check-in? Naturally.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code GS (Grand Suite)

Grand Suite

A Grand Suite aboard Carnival Liberty features even more space than the standard suite — plenty of room in your room! This stateroom is loaded for an unparalleled experience: VIP check-in, a huge balcony, and even a convenient dressing area with vanity.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code OS (Ocean Suite)

Ocean Suite

A Carnival Liberty suite is the ultimate way to cruise. With more space for stretching out indoors, plus a large balcony for kicking back outdoors, try an Ocean Suite to experience private, luxurious relaxation. Ocean Suites also include VIP check-in, walk-in closet and bathroom with whirlpool tub.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code JS (Junior Suite)

Junior Suite

As you step into a Junior Suite aboard Carnival Liberty, you can't help but feel that you're stepping into full-size luxury, just in a smaller package. In a Carnival Liberty Junior Suite you'll find everything there is to love about a suite, including VIP check-in, a walk-in closet, a full-size balcony... and even a whirlpool tub for relaxing.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 9C (Premium Vista Balcony)

Premium Vista Balcony

Premium Vista Balcony staterooms were designed to wrap around the aft corners of Carnival Liberty, giving you a unique vantage point from which to enjoy luxuriously panoramic views of the sky and the sea — and yes, take in even more of that sunshine.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 9B (Premium Balcony)

Premium Balcony

Step into a Premium Balcony stateroom aboard Carnival Liberty and it’s easy to see exactly what you’re getting: one seriously spacious stateroom. It’s about more than just the room itself, you’ll find… step onto your oversized balcony and you’ll find that when there’s a sea breeze in your hair, there’s no limit to the relaxation you can have.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 8N (Aft-View Extended Balcony)

Aft-View Extended Balcony

Aft-View Extended Balcony staterooms feature a larger balcony for more lounge-around room, more kick-back space… not to even mention some of the best stern-side views you'll find anywhere. Get ready to relax as you gaze upon Carnival Liberty's gentle wake from your spacious balcony.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 8M (Aft-View Extended Balcony)

Balcony Staterooms

Balcony staterooms were designed for maximum sea breeze and the most stunning views, so look to a balcony if you’re looking to cruise aboard Carnival Liberty. Any time you’re in your room, you’re just steps away from your own personal outdoor oasis, featuring the sort of sea view you can also feel.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 8E (Balcony Staterooms)

Oceanview Stateroom

A picture window gives you views of scenery you won’t find anywhere on land, all from the comfort of your stateroom.Dedicated stateroom attendant, Soft, cozy linens, Plenty of closet and drawer space, In-room safe for valuables, Television, Stateroom climate control.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 6B (Oceanview Stateroom)

Interior with Picture Window (walkway view)

Your picture window gives you a view beyond your stateroom, to the observation deck outside, including a great sky view. (Note: view will be partially obstructed.)Dedicated stateroom attendant, Soft, cozy linens, Plenty of closet and drawer space, In-room safe for valuables, Television, Stateroom climate control.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 4H (Inside Stateroom)

Inside Stateroom

This is an affordable way to cruise without leaving out the comfort or convenience! Great for curling up after a long day of fun.Dedicated stateroom attendant, Soft, cozy linens, Plenty of closet and drawer space, In-room safe for valuables, Television, Stateroom climate control.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 4G (Inside Stateroom)

Inside Porthole

A pair of round windows in your room give you the classic seafarer’s view times two, a view of the ocean without breaking the budget.Dedicated stateroom attendant, Soft, cozy linens, Plenty of closet and drawer space, In-room safe for valuables, Television Stateroom climate control.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 1A (Upper/Lower Inside Stateroom)

Upper/Lower Inside Stateroom

These staterooms are great for a pair of cruisers on a budget, creatively maximizing space with a different layout — featuring one Twin bed, and either an upper Pullman or sofa bed.

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Plan for 14 Sky Deck

Emile's Lido Restaurant

Deck: 9 Lido

Emile's Lido Restaurant.

Golden Olympian Restaurant

Golden Olympian Restaurant

Decks: 3 Lobby 4 Atlantic

Golden Olympian Restaurant.

Silver Olympian Restaurant

Silver Olympian Restaurant

Decks: 4 Atlantic 3 Lobby

Silver Olympian Restaurant.

Jardin Cafe

Jardin Cafe

Deck: 5 Promenade

Jardin Cafe.

Dining Room Annex

Dining Room Annex

Deck: 3 Lobby

which side does the fork go on?” is a question you’ll never have to ask at a dining room dinner aboard a Carnival cruise… we set the table for you. We also bring to the table a full three courses in an experience that’s filling, but never stuffy — after all, you’re just as likely to catch waiters table-dancing as you are to order dessert.


Seafood Shack

A good seafood dish is quite the catch. However you like yours served — whether it’s on a roll or a platter — Seafood Shack’s the place to cast your net. Imagine a New-England-style seaside spot where you can take it all in, enjoying a great meal complete with a side of ocean view. On a Carnival cruise is where you’ll find this shack by the sea, wherever in the world you happen to be

Grand buffet

Grand buffet

Grand buffet.


Mongolian Wok

Chow down on some delicious Asian goodness. First, select your noodles and veggies. Then tell one of our chefs which sauce and meat you want in the wok. Will it be mussels and Szechuan? Beef and Thai barbecue? Chicken and black bean? Don’t worry, the decision doesn’t have to be final — you can come back to Mongolian Wok and try all the combos your heart desires!

Guy's Burger Joint

Guy's Burger Joint

We went looking for someone to help us grill up the best burgers at sea, and we found just the guy. Carnival has teamed up with best-selling author, restaurateur and Food Network personality Guy Fieri to bring all the authentic appeal of a roadside burger shack to Guy’s Burger Joint, the cool poolside spot for hot burgers and hand-cut fries. Try a fresh-off-the-grill burger Guy’s way, or take it off-road to our toppings bar and truly make it your own.

Blue Iguana Cantina

Blue Iguana Cantina

Nobody knows Mexican dining like a blue iguana. Well, our blue iguana, at least. That’s why it should come as no surprise that the BlueIguana Cantina features freshly made tacos and burritos stuffed specially for your enjoyment. Throw our homemade tortillas and salsa into the mix, and you have a casual dining experience that will make you say “mmmm” (which is actually Iguanese for “more, please”).Nobody knows Mexican dining like a blue iguana. Well, our blue iguana, at least. That’s why it should come as no surprise that the BlueIguana Cantina features freshly made tacos and burritos stuffed specially for your enjoyment. Throw our homemade tortillas and salsa into the mix, and you have a casual dining experience that will make you say “mmmm” (which is actually Iguanese for “more, please”).

Diamonds Steakhouse

Diamonds Steakhouse

Deck: 10 Panorama

Turn your special vacation in the direction of delicious — book a table for an unforgettably delectable evening at the Steakhouse. Our menu features mouthwatering premium cuts of beef cooked to your exact specifications, as well as a fantastic selection of seafood, entrées, gourmet appetizers and an extensive wine list. The atmosphere pairs remarkably well with — and perhaps even enhances — the culinary creations of our gourmet chefs.

Ol'Fashioned BBQ

Ol'Fashioned BBQ

Ol'Fashioned BBQ.


Venetian Palace Main Lounge

Decks: 4 Atlantic 3 Lobby 5 Promenade

Venetian Palace Main Lounge.

Czars Palace Casino

Czars Palace Casino

Play cards like a pro at Carnival Liberty's Czar's Palace Casino. Poker's not your game? There's craps, blackjack, roulette, slots and more.

Antiquarian Library

Antiquarian Library

Deck: 4 Atlantic

Antiquarian Library.

Art Gallery

Art Gallery

Tapestry Conference Room

Tapestry Conference Room

Tapestry Conference Room.

Hot & Cool Nightclub

Hot & Cool Nightclub

Hot & Cool Nightclub.

Coney Island Pool

Coney Island Pool

Coney Island Pool.

Tivoli Pool

Tivoli Pool

Tivoli Pool.

Versailles Pool

Versailles Pool

Versailles Pool.

The Promenade

The Promenade

The Promenade.

Video Arcade

Video Arcade

If you love to play video games we've got just the spot for you - no matter your age. Enjoy our video arcade which is equipped with the latest high-tech video and arcade games.

Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery

Our photo gallery is located on the Atlantic deck and loaded with some of your best Carnival Liberty moments. Pick your favorites; then take home your fondest and funnest memories.

Club O2

Club O2. Hang out doing stuff like watching movies, listening to music from this decade, playing sports and video games, joining karaoke jam sessions… maybe even attending Carnival’s version of prom, all with other high schoolers ages 15 to 17.

Shore Excursions

Shore Excursions

Shore Excursions.

The Fun Shops

The Fun Shops

The Fun Shops.


Decks: 9 Lido 10 Panorama 11 Spa

When it comes to complete relaxation from the inside out, nothing beats a trip to the spa. From the minute you step inside, the soothing ambiance begins to work its magic. Renew yourself with premium beauty and wellness therapies, like hot stone massages, aromatherapy or full-body wraps. This is your time to be spoiled, indulged and even beautified. Lie back, close your eyes, and feel the stress sail away as your body and mind experience total tranquility. (Oh yeah, and this feel-good stuff isn’t just for the ladies — dudes, there are plenty of treatments on our menu for you too.)

Flowers Lobby

Flowers Lobby

Flowers Lobby.

Piano Man Bar

Piano Man Bar

Piano Man Bar.

Promenade Bar

Promenade Bar

Promenade Bar.

The Cabinet Bar

The Cabinet Bar

The Cabinet Bar.


Decks: 3 Lobby 5 Promenade

Victoria Aft Lounge

Victoria Aft Lounge

Victoria Aft Lounge.

The Garden Atrium

The Garden Atrium

Decks: 4 Atlantic 5 Promenade

First impressions are important — everyone knows that. We’ll let you in on a little secret: that’s why it’s so important to us that the atrium, your first taste of your Carnival cruise, tastes like ‘wow.’ From the moment you step aboard, the atrium — the heart of the ship — simply screams “welcome aboard!” It screams it with hustle, with bustle,

Circle C

What does the “C” in Circle “C” stand for? Well, “chill,” “connect” and “cool,” just to name a few. It’s where young teens ages 12 to 14 go to hang out, meet new friends, and enjoy some pretty awesome activities like dance parties, games, outdoor movies and more, in the special Circle “C” area or around the ship. It’s all supervised by friendly and fun-loving counselors who want your young teens to have the best vacation ever.


Conservatory Aft Atrium

Decks: 4 Atlantic 5 Promenade 3 Lobby

Conservatory Aft Atrium.

The Stage Bar

The Stage Bar

The Stage Bar.

Internet Cafe

Internet Cafe

Internet Cafe.

Sky Box Sports Bar

Sky Box Sports Bar

Sky Box Sports Bar.

Cherry on Top

Cherry on Top

A cruise is the perfect time to treat yourself to something sweet, and Cherry On Top™ happens to be the perfect place. You'll find this well-stocked candy-and-more-store not only great for enjoying some of your confectionery favorites, but the place to pick up food and apparel gifts for that special someone, even if — admit it — that someone happens to be you.

The Garden

Decks: 6 Upper 7 Empress 8 Verandah 9 Lido 10 Panorama

The Garden.

Red Frog Rum Bar

Red Frog Rum Bar

Guests have told us we hit on something special with the cool Caribbean chill of the RedFrog Pub. We've taken the best parts and brought them poolside with the RedFrog Rum Bar, where the frog keeps the fun hopping day and night with all the island flava you know and love. Join the party at this poolside bar featuring a great selection of frog-approved Caribbean rum-based concoctions available by the glass or pitcher, plus plenty of Carnival’s signature private-label draft beer, ThirstyFrog Red.

Carnival Seaside Theater

Carnival Seaside Theater

Carnival Seaside Theater.

Sliding Sky Dome

Sliding Sky Dome

Sliding Sky Dome.


Deck: 11 Spa

Jogging Track

Jogging Track

Jogging may not immediately come to mind when you think of things to do at sea, but it probably should. You don’t have to walk on water, you just have to get on a Carnival cruise. After all, if you’re going to jog, you’d be hard-pressed to find a place to do it with a more scenic view, or a more refreshing breeze — both of these are available in abundance when you go for an open-air jog on the upper-deck. Jogging tracks are available on all Carnival ships, and are even padded for long-distance comfort.

Sports Deck

Sports Deck

Sports Deck.

Fitness Center

Fitness Center

We have some bad news for you — your ship has a gym. In other words, there’s no excuse for leaving your fitness routine back on land. That’s great news, however, for your body, which will definitely benefit from all the extra energy that vacationing pumps directly into you. And let’s not forget the extra time you’ll have, since you won’t be waking up and spending most of the day at the office or anything like that.

Massage Room

Massage Room

Cruising always feels good, but it doesn’t usually — ooh, right there. Right where? Sorry, we’re at the onboard spa, where they do these amazing massages by hand. But they don’t just stop there — they’ve got tools to enhance the benefits too. Select from different hands-on experiences featuring seaweed for detox, herbal poultice for energy, bamboo for deep tissue penetration and hot stones for — ahhh — for perfection. We know you’re all about feeling good, and so are these massages.

Fitness Studio

Fitness Studio

Fitness Studio.

Beauty Salon

Beauty Salon

A trip to the salon is an opportunity to relax, to chat with others, to focus on yourself. It’s about more than just getting your hair or nails done… but it’s definitely about getting your hair or nails done! Even though you’re on vacation, you won’t have to settle for anything less than the salon style you’re used to back on land. And these good looks go beyond the usual — we even offer services like teeth whitening… great for taking those ‘I’m on vacation and I’m looking great!’ smiles to the next level.

Camp Ocean

Deck: 12 Sun

When families cruise Carnival, even the smallest fish in the pond have a big, awesome time. Okay, so it’s actually way more than just a pond — it’s Camp Ocean. At Camp Ocean, 2–11 year-olds stay busy, keep active and have fun as they enjoy all new ocean-themed activities and entertainment made for kids.

Mini Golf

Ah, imagine a perfect day out on the links, the golfer's zen of the ball, the hole and nothing in between but well-manicured fairway... plus one cactus, a treasure chest... and wait, is that a windmill in the way? Just who designed this course anyway? Whoever it was, they had one thing in mind — maximum fun for mini-golfers, big and small! That's precisely why you'll find a course on every Carnival ship, where you can hit the holes and take in everything you’d expect, like the sights and the sounds... plus the seagulls.


Decks: 12 Sun 14 Sky

Blue Iguana Tequila Bar

Blue Iguana Tequila Bar

BlueIguana Tequila Bar is the onboard spot to chill and enjoy a slushy tequila drink or an ice-cold Mexican cerveza. The menu offers up Mexican favorites, including several brands of tequila and a slew of Mexican brews. There’s a lineup of frozen concoctions, cocktails and margaritas served by the glass or by the pitcher, and even a special Mexican beer cocktail (yes, really). Where can you find this little slice of Mexican paradise? Next to the pool, of course. So stay cool and take in the bar’s vacation vibe while you kick back on your cruise – that’s what official bar mascot Blue the Iguana would tell you.

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Alchemy Bar

No magic spells are required to enjoy a cocktail creation at Alchemy Bar, our unique vintage-themed cocktail "pharmacy" — all you need is a willingness to be surprised, to try something new. We’ve flipped through dusty old texts to uncover enticing combinations: select spirits, fresh juices, infused syrups, spices… and other tantalizing secrets performed before your very eyes by the true mix-masters: our bartenders. Choose a remedy from the menu, or let us prescribe you a custom elixir just for you, with or without alcohol.

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  • Antiquarian Library
  • Art Auction *
  • Beauty Salon *
  • Dance Classes
  • Deck Parties
  • Hot and Cool Nightclub
  • Evening Kids Programs *
  • Fitness Center
  • Fitness Classes *
  • Czars Palace Casino *
  • Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast *
  • Groove For St Jude *
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  • Jogging Track
  • Lip Sync Battle
  • Massage Room *
  • Photo Portraits *
  • Whirlpools (8)
  • Seuss_A_Palooza Parade and Storytime
  • Retail Shops *
  • Spa Carnival *
  • Spa Parties *
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  • Steam Room *
  • Video Arcade *
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  • Wine Tasting *
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  • Circle C _ Tweens Club
  • Camp Ocean _ Kids Club
  • Club O2 _ Teens Club
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  • Comedy Shows
  • Live Nightly Music
  • Outdoor Movies
  • Venetian Palace Main Lounge
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  • Golden Olympian Restaurant - Main
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  • Cherry On Top - Candies *
  • Promenade Bar - Casino Bar *
  • Emiles Lido Restaurant - Buffet
  • The Cabinet Bar - Clubby Bar *
  • Jardin Cafe - Coffee & Pastries *
  • Guys Burger Joint - Pool Grill
  • Seafood Shack - Seafood *
  • The Stage Bar - Jazz Bar *
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  • Alchemy Bar - Martini Bar *
  • BlueIguana Cantina - Mexican
  • Piano Man Bar - Piano Bar *
  • Pizzeria - Pizza
  • RedFrog Rum Bar - Pool Bar *
  • BlueIguana Tequila Bar - Pool Bar *
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Carnival Splendor Virtual Tour

Three weeks ago I had the opportunity to board the Carnival Splendor in Port Everglades (Ft Lauderdale).

While I was touring the vessel I took the opportunity to photograph the ship for CruiseInd. This review will cover the public areas and staterooms.

All Carnival ships have a theme and some are more subtle than others. The Splendor’s theme is s plendid things. It’s also predominantly pink all over.

The ship is quite unique to Carnival’s fleet but not to Costa. Costa has 4 similar ships in their Concordia-class of vessels. (Yes- THAT Concordia !). She’s essentially an evolution of the Conquest-class ship with some minor changes. The Splendor was originally ordered as part of a 6 ship Concordia-class order with Fincantieri. However Carnival Corp. transferred the last ship to Carnival Cruise Lines to bridge the gap between the Carnival Liberty and the Carnival Breeze. As a result there is only one ship like her out there. However she will be transferred to P&O Australia in 2019.

Let’s start the tour with our noted obligatory photos.

Obligatory elevator lobby photo

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Obligatory stairway landing photo

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The bottom-most deck normally accessed by the public contains only cabins. There’s both inside and outside cabins with windows and portholes on this deck.

Deck 02 also contains only cabins.

Deck 03 is where the public areas start. It’s also where you enter the ship when first boarding. There’s a promenade on either side of the deck, but it’s not connected in the bow or stern. It’s usually pretty quiet out here during sea days.  At the very front of the deck is the ship’s main theater, the Spectacular Spectacular main lounge.

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Just past the entrance to the lounge are the guest services areas. On the port side is the shore excursion desk and on the starboard is the pursers desk. 

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Immediately aft of those is the bottom floor of the Splendor lobby. Direct above that is the Splendor atrium. 

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This is also where you enter the ship when you first board.  Walking through the lobby there is a small corridor with the art gallery on the starboard side.  At the end of that hallway is one of the two main dining rooms, The Black Pearl.

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At the very aft end of deck 03 is the second dining room. Deck 03 is one of those split decks that Carnival ships have. That means you can’t walk all the way from the front to back, as the galley sits in between the two dining rooms. If you click on the deck plan you’ll understand what I mean. Before entering the dining room, the Conquest-class of ships have this neat mini-atrium. On the Splendor it’s called the Golden Atrium.

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At the end of the atrium is the second dining room called The Gold Pearl.

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Deck 04 is slightly narrower as this is where the lifeboats are. On this class of ship, they are recessed inboard and adjacent to it is the boarding area. During normal ops, this area is only used during the muster drill. At the very front of Deck 04 is the start of the second level of the main theater.

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Exiting the theater, you walk down stairs, and past the forward elevators, you enter the second deck of the main atrium.

At the far end of the atrium is the ship library.

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Adjacent to the library is the photo gallery. Next to it  is the Circle C club for 12-14 year olds.

Hidden between the library and the photo gallery is the second entrance to the top level of the Black Pearl dining room.

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On the far side of the dining room you can enter a stairwell. Through that is a narrow corridor that takes you to the conference rooms.

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Through that is the Robusto bar and lounge.

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Through there is the second level of the Golden atrium.  Walking through there you reach the second level of the Gold Pearl dining room. The windows on the far side over look the ship’s wake.

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At the very front of deck 05 is the top level of the main theater. You mainly access the top level though the stairs on Deck 04. However there are also stairs that go to deck 05 as well.

Just past this is the start of the Fun Shops. These are the duty free boutiques onboard.

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Aft of the shops is the top floor of the main atrium. Although it continues to the very top of the vessel, this is the highest floor where you can walk around it.

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Surrounding the atrium on the port side is the EA Sports Bar.

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On the starboard side, towards the back of the atrium, is the candy store Formalities.

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As you exit the atrium towards the starboard side, you immediately enter the Oceanview Promenade. This is the ship’s main promenade. At the main entrance to it, the casino sort of spills out into it.

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Heading aft on the promenade you pass a small desk that had the sign up area for Carnival’s credit card and future cruises.

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Adjacent to that is the onboard internet cafe.

Right next to that is Cafe Fans. The specialty coffee bar onboard.

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Right next to that is the entrance to Club O2. The ship’s club room for teens.

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Hidden staircase down to the hallway in front of the conference room.

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Walking past that is the taste bar.

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Just past that is the ship’s arcade. Unlike the Conquest-class, the teen area and the arcade do not connect. I learnt this the hard way.

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Exiting the arcade, you’re back on the Oceanview Promenade. Located towards the end is the red-carpet entrance to the ship’s nightclub Red Carpet Dance Club.

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We’re now reaching the end of the promenade. This is where the El Mojito wine bar is located.

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Exiting the promenade you enter the top level of the Golden Atrium.  On the starboard side is the Grand piano bar.

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The Splendor’s  Blues bar, the Cool Lounge, is located on the starboard side off the Golden Atrium.

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At the very end of the Golden and continuing all the way to the end of the deck is the El Morocco aft lounge. This serves as the alternate lounge onboard the ship.

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Deck 6 contains cabins. It’s the first level where the outside cabins have balconies.

Deck 7 also contains cabins. The midship ones are all suites. Deck 06 and 07 also feature a fairly quiet open deck at the front. You have a fantastic view over the bow looking straight ahead.

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Deck 8 is also all cabins. At the front is the bridge and officer cabins.


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