Carnival Dream Features Two-Level Adults-Only Retreat

Carnival Dream, which debuts September 21, will feature a bi-level adults-only retreat called Serenity. The area, spanning the forward section of Sun Deck 14 and Sky Deck 15, will feature a fully-loaded bar in a shaded area on the lower level while the upper level will offer two whirlpools providing magnificent sea views. It will be able to accommodate up to 200 guests, who can select from seven different styles of seating, from plush chaise lounges and chairs to shaded sun loungers and even hammocks.

Carnival Dream will debut with a series of a 12-day Mediterranean cruises followed by a trans-Atlantic crossing and two eight-day voyages from New York. Carnival Dream will then reposition to Port Canaveral, FL, for a special nine-day cruise then launch year-round
seven-day Caribbean service December 12.

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