Overview: Carnival Freedomshares the same generally balanced profile as sistersCarnivalConquest,CarnivalSunshine,CarnivalGlory,CarnivalLiberty,CarnivalTriumph,CarnivalValor, andCarnivalVictory. It is too big to transit the Panama Canal. Immediately recognizable is the swept-back wingtip funnel, Carn
Carnival Cruises is owned by Carnival Corporation; the largest cruise company in the world who also own the likes of P&O Cruises, Holland America Line and Seabourn. Founded in 1972, Carnival Cruises have since introduced more than 20 new ships to their fleet.
Carnival’s slogan is “Fun for all. All for fun”, and it is clear to see with all of their ships. With fantastic entertainment options, some of the best kids’ facilities at sea and endless dining choices, ships certainly live up to the expectation of fun that they carry. They are not only for children though, Carnival Cruises offer fun for all ages, including a Hasbro game show, EA sports bar, burger joints designed by Guy Fieri and great Wi-Fi access. Better yet, dress code is extremely casual.
By Langton, Southsea on Jun 24 2015 01:43PM
First time on Carnival as I am from UK so mostly go with Princess cruises. This particular cruise was included in a Cosmos tour starting in Memphis and moving on to New Orleans (by train, 6.50am to 3.30pm, on time!) Getting from curbside to my cabin did not take long, but involved a lot of waiting in line. Once on board I thought the decor was not as bright as I expected but it was more so than Princess ( Regal Princess 2014), the glitter surrounding the lift banks was impressive. My cabin was a balcony and as a single person I usually find the size of the cabin and the storage space more than sufficient, it was so in this case, plenty of drawer space, 3 small wardrobes, one with...
By Siery, Luton on Aug 29 2015 10:10PM
By Smith, Blackpool on May 27 2015 01:06PM
By Parker, Walsall on Aug 11 2015 06:25PM
Real Cruisers Photos