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Yes, there’s a reason our ships are called the “Fun Ships


®


Treat yourself. ”. We’ve left no


stone unturned in loading them with imaginative and innovative features. Here are just a few of our favorites.


Slip and slide.


You don’t have to be a kid to get a kick out of splashing around Carnival WaterWorksSM† or slipping down Carnival’s Twister WaterslideTM


. It’s sure to make


you feel the need to have a waterslide in your life, permanently.


Have a ball.


Play nine holes on the mini-golf course, shoot hoops on the basketball court† or try your hand at table tennis. If sports aren’t your speed, head to the fitness center to work out with ocean views. Or take an indoor cycling, yoga or Pilates class.* Then there’s onboard shopping. That’s exercise, right?


You know what one of our favorite things is on board? You. So be sure to make time for the spa and fitness center to take care of yourself. Relax in the sauna or steam room. Indulge in a therapeutic thalassotherapy soak,† get a facial or visit the salon.*


Surf the Web.


Our ships’ onboard cell phone service◊ and Wi-Fi capability* mean you can keep in touch with friends and family back home. They’ll love to hear you boast about all the fun you’re having.


Bet on it.


The casino is open day and night while the ship’s at sea. So go ahead. Pull the lever and go all in. You choose the game and let the chips fall where they may.


Just say ahhh.


Kick your feet up and relax awhile. There are plenty of ways to let go while your ship is on the go. Plop down in a spacious deck chair by the pool and enjoy the view, or enjoy some adult only time in our Serenity


SM relaxation area,† complete with chair-side service.


Waterslide points for style: *Not included in cruise fare.


†Available on select ships. ◊International roaming charges apply. Contact your service provider for details.


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There’s nothing easier than letting


gravity take its course while you slide down a slippery slope. But what we – and everyone else on the Lido deck – want to hear are some creative usages of “Woo Hoo!” “Yowzers!” and “I Want My Mommy!”


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