The Carnival Spirit is popular for its high energy, Las Vegas-style atmosphere with lots of glitz!  There are
many choices for excellent nightlife and daytime activities; alternative evening dining; spacious balcony cabins; large
fitness/spa facilities; enormous casino; large cabins, many of which hold three and four passengers comfortably;
excellent cuisine, and very friendly service staff!

This is the floating resort that introduced Spirit-class sailing and such innovations as the two-level promenade and the
reservations-only supper club. Among her outstanding features is greater speed, which makes it possible for you to
visit destinations that would take other ships much longer.  The Total Choice Dining, wide variety of onboard activities
and endless entertainment options complete a cruise experience like no other!

Onboard Experience
Carnival Spirit's exterior resembles a Mediterranean-style apartment building more than a cruise ship. On these new 88,500-ton
ships, Carnival's master architect/designer Joe Farcus interprets the Carnival "Fun Ship" motto as a high-energy, "let's party,
dance and gamble until dawn" experience. On Carnival's ships, the slot machines are operational at 8 a.m., while the library is
open one hour per day. This is a ship for people who want to be energized!  If this is your idea of fun, grab a cabin on aboard
one of these beautiful ships!

Things to Do...




Entertainment:
Carnival is well known for its lavish Las Vegas-style shows in the main showroom. These are multi-million dollar productions, with
nearly half a million dollars spent for the costumes alone! With nine female and five male dancers accompanied by two singers--
and often special guests--in the main show alone, the entertainment field is quite large. They also bring on featured entertainers
such as musicians, jugglers, comedians, ventriloquists, magicians, etc., so the evening shows will surely have something for
everyone. What's more, they have bands in the lounges and in the lobby, piano bar, and on the Lido Deck. Add to this the
games that the Cruise Director's staff comes up with during the day and evening hours, and you're guaranteed to leave
exhilerated!

Ship Description
The Carnival Spirit is popular for its high energy, Las Vegas-style atmosphere with lots of glitz; many choices for excellent
nightlife and daytime activities; alternative evening dining; spacious balcony cabins; large fitness/spa facilities; enormous casino;
large cabins, many of which hold three and four passengers; excellent cuisine, and very friendly service staff.

This is the floating resort that introduced Spirit-class sailing and such innovations as the two-level promenade and the
reservations-only supper club. Among her outstanding features is greater speed, which makes it possible for you to visit
destinations that would take other ships 10 days or more.  The Total Choice Dining, wide variety of onboard activities and
endless entertainment options complete a cruise experience like no other!

All staterooms are spacious and have carpeting, lots of drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet),
telephone, and color television showing first-run films. Staterooms also feature the luxury of a Carnival Comfort Bed, indirect
lighting, and individual climate control. Carnival SuperLiners all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable
cruise.

Activities
  • Delectable dining, endless entertainment and friendly casinos are just a small part of the Fun Ship onboard experience.
    Lounge on the sun drenched deck, get your workout in, soak in the Jacuzzi, or swim in a crystal-clear pool. The options
    are endless, so spend the day doing what you want. One thing's for sure; you'll never want it to end.
  • Swimming in any of the 4 pools
  • Nautica Spa with Steam rooms & beauty salon
  • Gymnasium which is fully equipped
  • Jogging Track - 15 laps equal a mile
  • Chippendale Library has a huge selection of books for your reading enjoyment
  • Shopping in onboard boutiques on Fashion Boulevard
  • Chapel
  • Monarch's Card Room
  • Photo Gallery
  • The Fun House - headquarters of the Camp Carnival program
  • Huge 72ft spiral waterslide into a pool on Deck 11
  • Kids pool
  • 4 Whirlpools
  • Organized onboard activities such as Ping Pong & Shuffleboard tournaments & much more.
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Fantastic Dining Choices...
  • Carnival's Total Choice Dining offers a variety of indoor/outdoor settings, flexible hours, and the choice of casual or formal
    settings to savor your superb meals. We invite you to come aboard and experience the many delicious surprises you'll find
    on your Fun Ship cruise.
  • Empire Restaurant - elegant main dining room, two stories high
  • La Playa Grille - provides fabulous bistro-style dining a the table of your choice
  • Pizzeria - open 24 hours
  • The Fountain Cafe
  • Nouveau Supper Club - two stories high (decks 10 and 11). This innovative, intimate restaurant complete with its own
    bandstand & bar is perfect for a special night out.

Entertainment...
Las Vegas-style shows, exciting nightclubs and live entertainment are just a few reasons Carnival's fleet of floating resorts are
known as the Fun Ships. Every Fun Ship in the Carnival fleet is unique. However, a virtually endless supply of entertainment
options is something you are guaranteed to find on each and every one of our floating resorts. Take a look around. There's
something for everyone. Our friendly Fun Ship casinos are some of the largest at sea and feature all of the great games of a
land-based casino. Fun and exciting times are a sure thing. Carnival's casino staff offers complimentary gaming lessons on each
and every cruise. So, roll the dice, spin the wheel, pull the lever and enjoy the excitement.
  • Pharoh's Palace - three story theatre to enjoy Las Vegas & Broadway style shows nightly.
  • Versailles Lounge
  • Dancin' Dance Club - two stories high where the music plays until the wee hours
  • Champions Bar with dance floor
  • Louis XIV Casino - one of the largest at sea
  • Deco Lounge
  • Napolean Room
  • Shanghai Piano Lounge - a sing-a-long bar
  • Techno Arcade - filled with state-of-the-art virtual reality games
  • Canopy Bar
  • Champion's Bar - the sports fan's favorite
  • Club Cool - jazz bar

For Kids:
The award-winning "Camp Carnival" is available on all ships year-round, for kids and teens aged 2 to 15, with designated
areas for specific age groups that are supervised by youth counselors. Facilities are open from 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily,
and babysitting is available in port or at sea. Activities are geared by age group: toddlers (aged two to four years); intermediates
(ages five to eight years); juniors (ages nine to 12 years) and teens (ages 13 to 17 years). Cribs are available upon request, but
bring your own strollers.

Ship Review...

Cuisine:
Considering the moderate cost of these ships, Carnival constantly surprises with the quality of its food. It is amazing that they can
actually serve 2,000 passengers and almost 1,000 crew more than 10,000 individual meals daily and not only do it in an orderly
manner, but present really wonderful tasting and beautifully presented meals. You can find food available 24/7 either in one of
the restaurants, room service, the buffet, or specialty shops like the deli and pizza bar. New on these ships is a specialty coffee
bar with pastries and desserts, available at an extra charge.

Restaurants:
There are three restaurants on this class of ship: the informal La Playa Grill on the Lido deck; the semiformal Nouveau Supper
Club, where jackets for men and reservations are required (and a small charge is added to your Sail & Sign card); and the two-
level Empire Dining Room, which has an annex called the Napoleon Room with tables for eight and sometimes 10. The main
dining room has early (5:45pm or 6:15pm) and late (8:00pm or 8:30pm) seatings. The Supper Club is open from 6 p.m. to 9:
30pm, and so is the informal La Playa Grill.

Service:
You can expect personal and friendly, if somewhat informal, service from the staff. They will learn your names the first evening
and by the second night should have your personal preferences in drinks, extras, and breads ready and waiting for you. The
staff is using a new concept called 'team service' with a headwaiter and a number of assistants serving up to four tables as a
team effort--which seems to work better than the usual waiter/assistant waiter concept. After all this they still manage a warm and
friendly smile and perform dances and other entertainment almost nightly.

Attire:
While there are two formal nights, most men opt for dark suit instead of tux; jeans and shorts aren't allowed in the dining room
after 6 p.m. Daytime wear is strictly casual.

Ambience
Aboard Carnival Spirit, most of the public rooms are glossy bronze. Designer Farcus says the decor is art nouveau, with a
beautiful French design, touches of hand-etched glass, carved wooden banisters, high quality upholstery and marble floors. If
you love a high-energy atmosphere, this is the ship for you!

Public Areas:
You enter the ship on Deck 2 (Promenade), into what is called the Spirit Atrium. This is the area where you will find a nine-deck-
high ceiling with frescos painted all the way to the top. Additionally there are four glass elevators that will take you to Deck 9
(Lido), where you can take a glass stairway to the Nouveau Supper Club--the reservations-only, jackets-required dining area
featuring prime beef, seafood and the stone crabs from the famous Joe's Stone Crab Restaurant. There is a bar with a three-
piece orchestra for your enjoyment.  Deck 9 (Lido Deck) is where alternative dining, pools, spa etc. are located. Deck 1 forward
has the Versailles Lounge. Decks 2,3 and 4 also contain the main showroom called Pharaohs Palace. The arcade is located all
the way forward on Deck 4, and the Children's Funhouse is forward on Deck 5. There is a quiet place called the Jungle located
on Deck 3 that wraps around the main showroom, where you can sit and read a book, if you need time away from the activities
and the hustle and bustle of the ship.

Staterooms...
The Carnival Spirit has spacious staterooms! The standard cabin is a comfortable 180 sq.ft., tastefully decorated in beige and
peach. Very well designed and laid out, they seem larger than they are.  Amenities include a twin/king bed configuration, color
TV with three movies per day, enormous closets, refrigerator, hair dryer, large vanity, safe and sofa.  And the deluxe ocean-view
balcony cabin is very comfortable, at 230 sq. ft.  Suites are 275- 300 sq. ft.











Interior Staterooms feature two twin beds that convert to a king-sized bed, a private bathroom with shower, bathrobes, toiletry amenity basket, beach
towels, refrigerator, minibar, interactive TV, minisafe, phone, and hairdryer. Approximately 185-sq.-ft. stateroom.

Private Balcony Staterooms feature: furnished balcony, private bathroom with shower, bathrobes, toiletry amenity basket, beach towels, refrigerator,
minibar, interactive TV, minisafe, phone, and hairdryer. Approximately 185-sq.-ft. stateroom with 35-sq.-ft. balcony!  Many consider this the only way to
cruise.  Balcony accommodations allow you to experience panoramic vistas right from the privacy of your own stateroom. Enjoy sunset dinners for
two, then fall asleep to the soothing sounds of the open sea.  












Suite with Private Balcony :
The Suite features all the above amenities and either 1 queen-size bed or 2 twin beds convertible to 1 king-size bed. Some rooms will have 1 single
convertible sofa and some will have 1 upper bed. The room also offers a sitting area and private verandah.
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