Known as “The Fun Ships,” Carnival Cruise Line offers shorter, less expensive cruises, and is known for their Las Vegas-style decor and entertainment. Their iconic red, white, and blue funnel, designed to look like a whale’s tail, is their trademark and is quickly identifiable on the ocean.

Carnival Cruise Line sails to Alaska, the Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada & New England, the Caribbean, Cuba, Hawaii, Mexico, and Panama. It also offers Transpacific cruises.

Carnival Sensation in Nassau, Bahamas (Photo: Carnival)

Currently, the line has seven classes of ships: Fantasy, Destiny, Spirit, Conquest, Splendor, Dream, and Vista, and all are jam-packed with fun. Every ship has a wide array of dining options, bars, pubs, outdoor recreation, pools, games, live entertainment, and activities to keep the the entire family busy (and happy).

Depending on the ship you choose, you will also discover additional choices for dining, such as Guy’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que, the Steakhouse,  Bonsai Sushi, The Shake Spot, or Pizzaria del Capitano, to name a  just a few of the multiple food venues offered on Carnival Cruise Line.

Some ships have added entertainment and activities such as CLUE: The Murder Mystery, Thrill Theater, cooking demonstrations, art exhibitions and seminars, martini tasting, basketball, IMAX theater, and more.

Carnival Spa: Cloud 9 (Photo: Carnival)

The bottom line for any of these Carnival Fun Ships is that you will not be bored.

Below is a list of the Carnival ships by class so you can look at each ship’s features to find the one that suits your needs and vacation plans.

Fantasy Class

There are eight Fantasy Class ships, which have a guest capacity of between 2,056 – 2,130 people.

Carnival Inspiration: Cherry on Top Candy Shop. (Photo: Carnival)

Destiny Class

The Destiny Class has three ships. Two are classified as Destiny/Triumph; one is classified as Destiny/Sunshine. The guest capacity on these ships is between 2,754 – 3,002.

Carnival Sunshine: Cucina del Capitano (Photo: Carnival)

Spirit Class

Three ships are included in the Spirit Class, and these ships can all carry 2,124 passengers.

Carnival Legend (Photo: Carnival)

Conquest Class

Conquest Class has five ships, which are designed to carry up to 2,980 passengers.

Carnival Liberty: Guys Burger Joint (Photo: Carnival)

Splendor Class

There is only one ship in the Splendor Class and it can carry 3,012 passengers. It is actually a modified version of Concordia class cruise ship, which is operated by Costa,

Carnival Splendor: Coffee Shop. (Photo: Carnival)

Dream Class

Three ships are included in the Dream Class. They can carry between 3,646 – 3,690 guests.

 

Carnival Horizon: Havana Pool Bar (Photo: Carnival)

Vista Class

There are currently two ships in Vista Class, with a third to be added in December, 2019. They are the largest ships in the Carnival fleet. They can carry 3,934 – 3,960 passengers.

For more information about Carnival Cruise Lines, or to book a cruise,  visit Carnival’s website.

Bon Voyage!

 

 

Known as “The Fun Ships,” Carnival Cruise Line offers shorter, less expensive cruises, and is known for their Las Vegas-style decor and entertainment. Their iconic red, white, and blue funnel, designed to look like a whale’s tail, is their trademark and is quickly identifiable on the ocean.

Carnival Cruise Line sails to Alaska, the Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada & New England, the Caribbean, Cuba, Hawaii, Mexico, and Panama. It also offers Transpacific cruises.

Carnival Sensation in Nassau, Bahamas (Photo: Carnival)

Currently, the line has seven classes of ships: Fantasy, Destiny, Spirit, Conquest, Splendor, Dream, and Vista, and all are jam-packed with fun. Every ship has a wide array of dining options, bars, pubs, outdoor recreation, pools, games, live entertainment, and activities to keep the the entire family busy (and happy).

Depending on the ship you choose, you will also discover additional choices for dining, such as Guy’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que, the Steakhouse,  Bonsai Sushi, The Shake Spot, or Pizzaria del Capitano, to name a  just a few of the multiple food venues offered on Carnival Cruise Line.

Some ships have added entertainment and activities such as CLUE: The Murder Mystery, Thrill Theater, cooking demonstrations, art exhibitions and seminars, martini tasting, basketball, IMAX theater, and more.

Carnival Spa: Cloud 9 (Photo: Carnival)

The bottom line for any of these Carnival Fun Ships is that you will not be bored.

Below is a list of the Carnival ships by class so you can look at each ship’s features to find the one that suits your needs and vacation plans.

Fantasy Class

There are eight Fantasy Class ships, which have a guest capacity of between 2,056 – 2,130 people.

Carnival Inspiration: Cherry on Top Candy Shop. (Photo: Carnival)

Destiny Class

The Destiny Class has three ships. Two are classified as Destiny/Triumph; one is classified as Destiny/Sunshine. The guest capacity on these ships is between 2,754 – 3,002.

Carnival Sunshine: Cucina del Capitano (Photo: Carnival)

Spirit Class

Three ships are included in the Spirit Class, and these ships can all carry 2,124 passengers.

Carnival Legend (Photo: Carnival)

Conquest Class

Conquest Class has five ships, which are designed to carry up to 2,980 passengers.

Carnival Liberty: Guys Burger Joint (Photo: Carnival)

Splendor Class

There is only one ship in the Splendor Class and it can carry 3,012 passengers. It is actually a modified version of Concordia class cruise ship, which is operated by Costa,

Carnival Splendor: Coffee Shop. (Photo: Carnival)

Dream Class

Three ships are included in the Dream Class. They can carry between 3,646 – 3,690 guests.

 

Carnival Horizon: Havana Pool Bar (Photo: Carnival)

Vista Class

There are currently two ships in Vista Class, with a third to be added in December, 2019. They are the largest ships in the Carnival fleet. They can carry 3,934 – 3,960 passengers.

For more information about Carnival Cruise Lines, or to book a cruise,  visit Carnival’s website.

Bon Voyage!