Friday, June 22, 2012

3 cool things about Carnivals newest ship

Introducing Carnival Breeze, Carnival's newest 3,690 passenger, 15 deck ship that's now on water.  Here's three cool features about her...

#1.  Thrill Theater.  
Tucked onto Deck 4 near the Breeze's teen club, this new-for-Carnival, 24-seat venue offers a high-tech escape for adults as well as kids. Combining 3-D projection technology with motion simulation, it's home to short productions under 30 minutes. Moviegoers wear special 3-D glasses, and special effects include squirting water and blowing air. Tickets costs $7.95 per person for a single entry, but an unlimited entry ticket is available for $14.95.

#2. WaterWorks. 
You don't have to be a child to appreciate the appeal of this sprawling water play area -- one of the largest at sea. Looming above the ship's main pool deck, WaterWorks offers two water slides that rival anything found at a land-based resort: The scream-a-minute, 312-foot-long Twister and the towering, funnel-style DrainPipe. There's also two side-by-side miniature slides aimed at the littlest tots and a 300-gallon "dump bucket" that sends water cascading over a wide area when you least expect it. In short: Prepare to be soaked.

#3. SportSquare. 
As if WaterWorks wasn't enough deck-top fun for one cruise vacation, Carnival has devoted another generous chunk of the ship's exterior space to this smorgasboard of gee-whiz amusements. Among the attractions is a suspended-in-the-sky ropes course and an outdoor weightlifting area -- new-for-the-industry concepts that first debuted last year on the Carnival Magic. SportSquare also offers a two-level miniature golf course; a jogging track; Vita exercise course; ping pong and foosball tables; and a lighted multi-purpose court designed for basketball, volleyball and (so they say) soccer.

Learn more about Breeze here:

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