The 130,000-ton Carnival Dream is one of Carnival Cruise Lines' largest ships. She was officially named in November 2009. The Carnival Dream is a new class of ship for Carnival, with many exciting amenities and facilities, including the Ocean Plaza, a large indoor outdoor cafe/music venue.
The Carnival Dream also has some new types of cabins such as family cabins with two bathrooms, the cove balcony cabins near the water's edge, and the Cloud 9 spa staterooms.
These images provide a glimpse of the new Carnival Dream cruise ship.
The WaterWorks aqua park is a fun place for all ages, and these slides provide lots of thrills.
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Carnival Dream Miniature Golf Course
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Carnival Dream - The Gathering Lido Deck Food Court
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Carnival Dream - Carnival Cruise Lines' Carnival Dream at Sea
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Carnival Dream Wasabi Sushi Bar
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Carnival Dream Crimson Dining Room
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The Waterworks on the Carnival Dream is Carnival's largest onboard waterpark.
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Carnival Dream Seaside Theater
The Carnival Dream Seaside Theater overlooks the pool and provides entertainment day and night,
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Carnival Dream Ocean Plaza
The Carnival Dream Ocean Plaza is an indoor/outdoor dining and entertainment area.
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Carnival Dream Ocean Plaza
The Ocean Plaza is an indoor/outdoor entertainment and dining area on the Carnival Dream.
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Carnival Dream Crimson Lounge
The Crimson Lounge adjoins the Crimson Dining Room and can be reserved as a private dining room for groups traveling together.
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Carnival Dream Cloud 9 Spa
The Cloud 9 Spa on the Carnival Dream will be Carnival's largest spa.
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Carnival Dream Balcony Stateroom
Balcony cabins include stateroom categories: 8A, 8B, 8C, 8D, 8E, 8F and 8G on the Carnival Dream.
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Carnival Dream Cove Balcony Cabin
Cove cabins include stateroom category 7A and feature cozy balconies on the the Carnival Dream.
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Carnival Dream Dance Club
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Carnival Dream Kid's Splash Park
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Carnival Dream Lido Deck Lounge Chairs
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Carnival Dream Lido Deck and Pool
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Carnival Dream Deluxe Oceanview Cabin
Includes stateroom categories: 6B, 6C and 6D. Staterooms feature full bathroom with shower, plus a separate washroom with sink and junior tub.
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Carnival Dream Outdoor Cafe at The Piazza
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Carnival Dream Cloud 9 Spa Cabin
Includes stateroom categories: 8P and 8S. Spa staterooms feature private access, special amenities and priority reservations at Cloud 9 Spa.
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Carnival Dream Waterworks
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Carnival Dream Scenic Whirlpool
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Carnival Dream Interiors
The Carnival Dream interiors are striking and dramatic, but seem a little less "over the top" than previous ships.
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Carnival Dream Outdoors - Lanai, Pool, and Serenity Areas on the Carnival Dream
The Carnival Dream features three exciting new outdoor areas -- The Lanai, WaterWorks, and the Serenity adults-only retreat. With easy access from the Ocean Plaza, The Lanai is a half-mile, open-air promenade encircling the ship on Promenade deck 5. That's only two laps to the mile for us walkers!
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Carnival Dream Lounges
Most cruisers love to congregate in the numerous lounges and bars on a cruise ship, enjoying the entertainment, having a drink, and socializing with new or old friends. In addition to the main show lounge that seats 1,964, the Carnival Dream has at least nine lounges and bars, all of which are different and fun.