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Carnival Cruise Line

More Magic from the cruise line that grows and grows ...

Carnival certainly believes in making waves. The new Carnival Breeze, sister ship of Carnival Magic, is the latest of a succession of superliners that have arrived over over the past few years, helping it to live up to its "Fun Fleet" reputation.

Not forgetting Carnival Sunshine which underwent a staggering $155m rebuild before being given a permanent berth at New Orleans where she cruises year-round.

It is the largest cruise line in the world, with 24 “Fun Ships” operating voyages ranging from three to 16 days in length to the Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii, New England, Canada, Bermuda, Europe and the Greek Isles.

The ships of Carnival Cruise Line
The Fun Fleet of Carnival Cruise Line sails to many worldwide destinations

The arrival of the 130,000-ton Dream-class ships Carnival Magic in May 2011 was followed by Carnival Breeze in May 2012.

Every Fun Ship is a unique floating resort designed with your fun in mind. Venture out of your spacious stateroom and experience the outdoor areas, wonderful restaurants, friendly casino, relaxing lounges, invigorating spa, exciting nightclubs and duty-free shopping.

The floating resorts offer so much variety, you can personalise your vacation to be as high-spirited or as low-key as you want.

It is a member of the exclusive World’s Leading Cruise Lines alliance which also includes Holland America Line, Cunard Line, Seabourn Cruise Line, Costa Cruises and Windstar Cruises.

Together, these member lines share a commitment to quality and value, offering cruise vacations that appeal to a wide range of lifestyles and budgets and sail to the some of the world’s most exciting destinations.

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