Carnival Unveils Interactive Web Site

Travelers can now take a virtual cruise through Carnival Cruise Lines' new interactive web site. The site allows customers to see what it's like to ride down the twister slide or throw some dice at the craps table. "These days, more travelers are turning to the internet to research their vacation options," says Christine Arnholt, Carnival's vice president of marketing services. The new site can be accessed at [www.funshipisland.com].

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