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Carnival Valor, Carnival Cruise Line


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December 2004
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110,000 Gross Tonnage


Ship Amenities

There’s a wealth of amenities both inside and out aboard the Carnival Valor, starting with its bustling open deck. This is a hub for daytime activities, featuring a massive water slide that spans multiple levels alongside a Seaside Theatre movie screen. Pull up a deck chair and soak in the sun or take part in the audience participation events throughout the day. If you’re in search of a quieter environment, you can head to the adults-only retreat called Serenity. It offers tranquil sunbathing space along with a separate pool to cool down. The ship’s indoor spaces include dozens of bars and lounges along with a spacious central atrium for meeting up with friends or just people-watching. Facilities include a sports bar, Shogun Casino, Iliad Library and Winston’s Cigar Bar.

Cabin Amenities

Whether you’re travelling alone, with a partner, or bringing along the whole family, you’ll find a cabin to suit your party’s size and needs onboard. There’s a vast range of accommodation and price points, from standard cabins with private bathrooms and storage space to spacious penthouse suites with private balconies. All rooms include complimentary toiletries and built-in storage for belongings, along with room service and interactive ‘Fun Vision’ entertainment systems.

Dining Options

Choose from flexible or fixed dining times within the main restaurants, Lincoln and Washington. Both offer a classic cruise menu with plenty of grilled fish, chicken and hearty side dishes. If you prefer a more informal setting, you can head to the self-serve buffet, open 24 hours to suit those late-night cravings! There’s a NYC deli, Chinese stir fry station and all-night pizzeria. A recent addition to the Valor is Guy’s Burger Joint, developed in collaboration with Food Network host Guy Fieri. Speciality dining options include Scarlett’s Steakhouse for USDA steaks and seafood, well worth the extra cost for its romantic setting and succulent fare.


In addition to the cigar lounge, piano bar, and bustling lounges, you can spend your evenings taking in Vegas-worthy productions at the Ivanhoe Show Lounge. It’s spread out over three levels to provide excellent sightlines, with professional-quality sound and special effects to dazzle you! For late-night entertainment options, you have your choice of dancing in one of the ship’s nightclubs or heading to the Eagles Lounge for a bit of cabaret and comedy.

Sports and Wellness

There’s no excuse for slacking on your fitness routine during your time at sea, with instructor-led fitness classes, a spacious gym and jogging track. The gym space is part of the multi-level Spa Carnival, allowing you to enjoy inspiring ocean views during your time on the treadmill or weights machines. If you prefer wellness of the more relaxing variety, hit the spa for indulgent massages, facials, body wraps and beauty treatments. There’s a solarium, sauna and steam rooms and hair salon on hand to leave you feeling pampered and blissed-out.



We Loved Carnival Valor In The Caribbean!


Hunt, Bridgetown, 26th Jul 2013

Don't expect a European ambience, things will be different. If you like Costa, you'll probably find Carnival a good deal better, if American...lol!


Cruise Virgins... Carnival? Yes Definitely!


Pearson, York, 11th May 2013

This was our first cruise, we were slightly hesitant about booking as it was a bit of a gamble being a whole new experience. However, we loved it!

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