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The second ship in Carnival’s Triumph-class series, Carnival Victory boasts more than 500 veranda cabins, a nine-deck atrium with four glass elevators, a three-deck indoor theatre and a mid-ship “seaside” theatre with ample tiered viewing for all passengers.

Speaking of passengers, Carnival Victory can accommodate up to 3400 passengers with their 2748 cabins in various classes on multiple decks.  More than half of Carnival Victory’s cabins have an ocean view, and 60% of these have a balcony. Penthouse suites are 345 square feet; other suites are 275 square feet, and all other cabins measure in at 185 square feet.

Complimentary dining options are plentiful.  With two main dining rooms, named the Atlantic and the Pacific, you can enjoy a multi-course meal served by Carnival’s wait-staff.  For more casual dining, there is the buffet style Lido Restaurant that includes Mongolian Wok, Chef’s Choice, Salad Bar, Carnival Deli and moreto satisfy your craving.  It’s also where you can find Carnival’s pizza station and ice cream and frozen yogurt… both open 24 hours a day for those late night cravings.  And, if you prefer, the quiet and comfort of your stateroom, you can simply pick up the phone and order something from the tasty room service menu. And since you get hungry when you get hungry, room service is available any time of the day (or night) and delivered right to your door.

For relaxation between shows and a multitude of onboard activities, there are three large pools: King of the Seas, Triton, and Sirens, all including whirlpools in the immediate area. There is also a 214-foot-long (65 m) “Twister” waterslide that ends next to the “King of the Seas” pool. And of course, there is the spa, fitness center, casino and onboard shopping if those are more to your liking!

Carnival Victory was launched in 2000 as one of the largest cruise ships at that time, including an extra deck that differentiates them from the previously built Carnival ships.   The Carnival Victory is undergoing a major refurbishment in 2015, as part of Carnival’s $500 million Product Enhancement Initiative.   Everything will be fresh and ready-to-go for our charter in 2016!

Whether you are coming aboard for the abundance of concerts and workshops, or just to enjoy a few days in the sun and tropical ports of call, there is something for everyone on the Carnival Victory.

To view more information and deck plans, visit http://www.carnival.com/cruise-ships/carnival-victory.aspx

 

 

VESSEL’s Registry:  Panama, the Bahamas and Malta