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Carnival Dream, Carnival Cruise Line


Entered Service:
September 2009
Length (ft/m):
Beam (ft/m):
14 (Guest)
Number of Passengers:
Number of Crew:
Number of Swimming Pools:
128,251 Gross Tonnage


Ship Amenities

This spacious ship has something for everyone, starting with the Carnival WaterWorks aqua park. Kids love racing their way down its Twister and Power Drencher water slides. A Seaside Theatre complements this feature nicely, hosting an LED laser light show and Hollywood blockbusters by the pool. Those who wish to get away from it all can head to the adults-only Serenity lounge instead, with its secluded sun loungers. A sports activity deck, walk-around promenade deck, and scenic whirlpools round out the outdoor facilities. Inside, décor is bright and trendy, with social areas centred around Dream Street and Upper Dream Street. The Dream Lobby features glass-walled elevators, letting you take in the birds’ eye views, and there’s a library, casino, and Jazz Bar stationed nearby.

Cabin Amenities

There are six different types of cabins and suites to choose from, all including Carnival’s Comfort Bed with super plush mattresses and high-quality linens. Some cabins can accommodate up to five passengers with the addition of upper berths, making them a top choice for families. There are also spa cabins offering direct access to the Cloud 9 Spa, as well as additional privileges for guests.

Dining Options

There are two primary restaurants available on the Carnival Dream, ready to serve passengers with an array of tasty flavours. These include Crimson and Scarlet, both offering a choice of fixed time or flexible dining. The ship’s self-serve buffet is called the Gathering, lined with different stations for ethnic cuisine from around the world. Whether you fancy Mongolian food or Italian pasta, you’ll find plenty of choices! There’s also a fast food grill and pizzeria by the pool, along with the Chef’s Art Supper Club for a super classy meal served on fine china. Wasabi rounds out the options with an artful selection of sushi.


Nights are lively onboard Carnival Dream, with its varied entertainment and live music at every turn. Visit the Encore Show Lounge to enjoy lavish Vegas-style productions from a team of talented performers. You can expect plenty of sequins, feathers, and flash here! There are also cabaret shows accompanied by a live show band. A secondary venue is the Burgundy Lounge which seats 425 guests at a time. It includes a dance floor and large bar, encouraging you to get up and get your groove on. At night, it offers comedy acts as well as live music. And for a fun Latin dance party, visit Caliente nightclub.

Sports and Wellness

As the name suggests, you’ll be feeling blissed out after a visit to Cloud 9 Spa. This spacious health and wellness complex covers three decks of space, sprawling out with indoor and outdoor spa relaxation areas. The list of body treatments is extensive, ranging from Rasul mud treatments to dry flotation rooms and couples’ massages. The Thermal Suite treats your body to a range of stimulating environments, including aromatic steam baths, heated chambers and cooling pools. In addition to this range of spa areas, there’s also a full gym on offer, fully kitted out with all the equipment you need to look and feel your best!


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Bahamas On Carnival Dream 2018.


Wood, Stockton on Tees, 10th Sep 2018

The food on board was very good the steakhouse was well worth the money best steak I've ever tasted. There was always plenty of options for all tastes throughout the ship.

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Good First Impression Of Carnival.


Freeman, Stafford, 2nd Nov 2017

The Alchemy bar was my favourite they made some great cocktails and the band Mic Control was incredible, there was a great atmosphere every night.

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