Carnival Breeze Review

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The third of Carnival’s Dream-class vessels, Carnival Breeze launched in 2012 with a lighter, more tropical décor, new Italian and Asian specialty restaurants, and the Red Frog Pub. Additionally, all of Carnival’s “Fun Ship 2.0” features are in place, including casual dining options, poolside bars, and new activities and entertainment options. Carnival Breeze calls the Port of Miami her home, from where she sails on six-night cruises to the Western Caribbean and eight-night cruises to the Eastern Caribbean. Ports of call vary depending on sailing date, but it is possible to combine them for a back-to-back voyage that visits different ports of call on each itinerary.

Carnival’s Dream-class, the largest and longest ever constructed for their fleet, ushers in an exciting design concept for the line with a new layout, sleek hull, and distinctive profile. The line has made maximum use of the vessels' added size by creating some truly spectacular on-board facilities and amenities. Unique is the Ocean Plaza, an indoor–outdoor café and live music venue with a large, circular dance floor. A massive floor-to-ceiling curved-glass wall separates the room, creating comfortable seating areas with ocean views and, in a first for Carnival, a half-mile, open-air promenade encircling the ship.

Four “scenic” whirlpools located on the promenade cantilever out over the sea and offer maximum views while you're soaking. Higher up, the Lido deck is the most elaborate open-deck area of any Carnival ship, with a tropical, resort-style main pool complete with a Seaside Theatre LED screen; a two-level adults-only retreat (called Serenity) with comfortable seating, full bar service, and hot tubs; and a huge Carnival WaterWorks aqua park featuring one of the longest waterslides at sea. Dream-class family-friendly amenities include separate, purpose-built facilities for the line’s three distinct children’s programs, along with a full schedule of activities catering to each age group.

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