Cruise Ships

Carnival Victory

A big ship with even bigger ideas

Carnival Victory, which joined the "Fun Ship" fleet in August 2000, boasts a host of on-board amenities, as well as a diversity of public rooms with striking interiors inspired by the world's most famous bodies of water.

She also offers a variety of casual and full-service dining venues, including twin two-level main restaurants, a patisserie and a two-deck-high poolside eatery offering alternatives for breakfast, lunch and dinner, a New York-style deli, specialty areas serving Asian and American favorites and a 24-hour pizzeria.

Carnival Victory

Other highlights include

  • An expansive duty-free shopping area
  • A 9,000sq-ft casino with more than 325 slots and tables games
  • A 15,000sq-ft “Nautica Spa” health and fitness club
  • A high-tech 1,300sq-ft children’s play area, part of the line’s fleetwide “Camp Carnival” programme
  • The ship’s 13 passenger decks house 18 bars and lounges, including intimate live music venues and a stunning three-deck-high show lounge showcasing lavish Las Vegas-style entertainment, as well as 1,379 staterooms, 62 percent of which will offer an ocean view with 60 per cent of those featuring private verandahs.

    There are thee large pools, King of the Seas, Triton, and Sirens, all with whirlpools, and a 208ft Twister Waterslide winds its way down to the King of the Seas pool. There is also the Serenity adult only retreat next to the waterslide entrance. There is a kid pool near the Camp Carnival. The ship’s atrium is green, top to bottom, and has 4 glass elevators.

    Vital statistics

    Operated by Carnival Cruise Lines
    Built at Fincantieri, Italy
    Entered service: August, 2000
    Registered: Panama
    Gross tonnage: 101,509 tons
    Cost: $410 million
    Speed: 22 knots
    Passengers: 3,473
    Decks: 13
    Lifts: 18
    Crew: 1,100, international
    Officers: Italian
    Cabins: 1,379 including

    Length: 893ft
    Width: 116ft
    Draught: 27ft
    Engines: Diesel-electric


    Two main dining rooms, Atlantic and Pacific, (four sittings), alternative dining options, casino, library, three outside swimming pools (one with magrodome), three-level show lounge, gymnasium, self-service launderette.

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