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Carnival Miracle, Carnival Cruise Line


Entered Service:
April 2004
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Number of Swimming Pools:
3 (1 w/ sliding glass dome)
88,500 Gross Tonnage


Ship Amenities

Fun and games on the Carnival Miracle start by the pool with its WaterWorks play area. This splash zone includes water-spray fountains and a long, twisting water slide. Get out of the water and relax on the open deck for a spot of sunbathing, or venture to the Sanctuary for a bit of adults-only quiet time. This separate pool area offers its own retreat with a hot tub and bars on hand to help you relax away from the kids. Inside, you’ll find two entertainment decks lined with public bars, eateries and lounges. The Yellow Brick Road is a fantastic promenade walkway that connects these rooms, with venues like the Club Merlin Casino close at hand. Visit the atrium lobby to relax, book an onshore excursion or simply admire the view from the lobby bar. There’s also a shopping street filled with boutiques, a photo gallery, a wedding chapel, and a video games room to keep you busy!

Cabin Amenities

All accommodation onboard Carnival Miracle includes twin beds that can be converted as desired into a queen-size double. There’s also an infotainment system, telephone, and air conditioning to keep you comfortable. Some cabins offer bedding for a third and fourth passenger, making them ideal for families. At the higher end of the luxury spectrum, there are spacious ocean-view suites with private teakwood balconies and additional living areas.

Dining Options

The ships’ main dining room is called Bacchus, featuring seating on upper and main levels and panoramic ceiling murals to admire. You’ll be able to choose between flexible or fixed-time dining here, with a menu showcasing all of the classics like grilled chicken and fish. Carnival Miracle also offers an array of alternative dining outlets, including Horatio’s Lido Restaurant for buffet-style service day or night. This bright and cheerful food court offers 24-hour pizzeria, Asian corner, salad bar, rotisserie, and deli sandwich corner. For more upscale dining, visit Nick & Nora’s Steakhouse for juicy steaks in an intimate setting.


Phantom Show lounge is the primary theatre onboard Carnival Miracle, dramatically decorated with spiral stairways and plush seating. It hosts a bevvy of cabaret acts and high-energy song and dance shows to keep you entertained in the evenings. There’s also Sam’s Piano Bar, Jeeves Lounge, and the Jazz Lounge with live music on offer each evening, along with a disco for dancing and karaoke. Check out Hasbro, The Game Show for live versions of your favourite board games, or venture to the stylish Alchemy Bar for a pharmacy-inspired craft cocktail.

Sports and Wellness

Relax in the SpaCarnival facilities, spanning two decks with a solarium, treatment rooms, thermal suite and beauty parlour. There’s a sprawling gym here with state-of-the-art workout equipment, ocean views and fitness classes to get you moving. If you prefer to exercise in the fresh air, head to the outdoor jogging track to get some steps in!



Miracle To Alaska Changed Itinerary Disappointing!


Baillie, Clacton-on-Sea, 2nd Jun 2014

The places we did visit were amazing, the entertainment on board was the best I've seen, and the cruise director John Heald was terrific.


Party Is Name Of Game.


Gibb, Lark Hall, 15th Oct 2013

I would sail Carnival again because it was good to see everyone enjoying themselves. With the number of drinks consumed, we did not see one problem so all in all a good time was had by all.

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