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Ship Layout • Fun Fact: It takes sunlight eight minutes to travel to the earth. Soak it up from the Lido deck.


WHO KNEW THAT INSIDE THAT HARD EXTERIOR THERE’D BE A SCRUMPTIOUS CENTER?


Jogging Track Jog while enjoying 360-degree views.


Sliding Sky Dome over Aft Pool Rain? What rain?


Late-night Show Lounge


When the stars come out, the show goes on.


Jazz Club It’s cool. Real cool.


Lido Restaurant Grab a table with a view, inside or out.


Mini Golf


The course record is nine. No pressure.


Club O2® OMG! LOL!


Steakhouse


Make reservations for you, your date and a really good steak.


Basketball/Volleyball On and off the court, this vacation scores major points.


Carnival’s Seaside TheatreSM It’s like a drive-in, without a car, on a jumbo-sized LED screen.


Main Pool and Whirlpools How fast do you prune?


Two-level Aft Dining Room Something smells delicious.


Piano Bar Sing along and listen to the


ebonies and ivories. Cigar Bar Sophisticates welcome. Internet Café


Send a virtual “hi” to your friends back home.


Sushi Bar


How’s your chopstick technique?


Wine Bar Swirl and swill.


Dance Club Can you do the robot?


The European-style Café Coffee? Cappuccino? Cookie? Chai?


Two-level Forward Dining Room


“Mmmm” is on the menu. The Promenade


Here’s a game for you. How many of the ship’s bars and lounges can you count along the ship-long promenade?


Promenade Bar Share a toast, center-ship. 16


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