2011 Carnival Dream Family Cruises
Carnival Dream entered service with Carnival Cruise Lines in September of 2009 and considered the biggest ship in their fleet at that time with a capacity of 3,652 passengers. Carnival dream is a dream of a cruise ship starting with a fabulous Atrium that will awe the passengers as they enter the ship and a host of other facilities and services that makes for a fantastic cruise experience.
Carnival Dream Cruise Ship
Some of the best features of Carnival Dream is the Ocean Plaza, a venue for live music that is also an outdoor indoor café that is designed to be a cozy refuge at day time and a bee hive of leisurely activities at night; The Lanai, a sweeping outdoor promenade on Deck 5 that encircles the ship and where guests can enjoy the magnificent ocean view while reading and sunning themselves in the promenade’s deck chairs, or submerge in sybaritic pleasure in four scenic whirlpools; Lido Deck 10, a most sophisticated and extensive open-deck section with a tropical resort-type Waves Pool, an adult-only refuge called Serenity, a LED screened seaside theater and much more. For the evening entertainment, there are a number of bars, lounges and nightspots complete with a dance club on board Carnival Dream and the expansive Cloud 9 Spa, the most sophisticated health and wellness center on Carnival cruise ship.
What makes Carnival Dream an ideal cruise ship for families are the many amenities designed for families and those exclusively for kids. The Carnival Water Works, a sizeable water park complete with thrilling water slides and water spray devices is expected to be enjoyed by both the young and the old. So is the two- tiered miniature golf course. There are exclusive facilities for Carnival Dreams’ three separate children’s programs, The Camp Carnival for children ages 2 to11, Circle C for kids of age from 12 to 14 and Club O2 for teens that are15 to 17 years old. The programs have lined up full-day activities for children of all age groups.