The Grinch to Appear on Carnival Cruise Line This Christmas

good deeds cardThe Grinch will make special shipboard appearances on all Carnival Cruise Line holiday sailings this December as part of its Seuss at Sea program. In both scheduled and spontaneous "pop-up" visits, The Grinch will playfully disrupt the onboard festivities and steal various items from crew members throughout the ship, all while decked out in his classic Santa Claus costume. He will also participate in the end-of-cruise holiday show.

Arts and crafts sessions where kids can create their own Grinch Christmas ornaments and masks, as well as Grinch-themed face-painting sessions, will also be available, while special screenings of both the live action and animated “Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas” will be shown on Christmas Day.

Kids will also have the chance to complete their own Grinch Good Deed Tracker and, once the card is filled, receive a certificate affirming that they, just like The Grinch famously says, grew their heart “three times its size.” The Grinch will also be incorporated into the Seuss at Sea’s Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast with The Cat in the Hat and Friends


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