Sky Course on Carnival Breeze cruise ship

Some cruise ships tend to follow a similar pattern while others love to take cruising to another level, although you are sure to find something perfect for you thanks to the growing range of cruise variety. The Sky Course had been extremely popular on the Carnival Magic, so they decided to bring the Sky Course to Carnival Breeze.

When we think of taking a holiday on a cruise ship it’s normally for relaxing and seeing more than one part of the world, although some cruisers want to keep moving with different sports and gym/dance classes while onboard. Carnival understand this and offer a number of solutions for the cruise passenger that wants to keep fit and have active fun while on holiday.

We have included Carnival’s official video for the Sky Course below, which demonstrates the ropes course on Carnival Breeze. There are 20 different bridges and 10 different platforms, although each bridge being named after real bridges in the world shows the attention to detail. Carnival has created a fun activity with different levels of difficulty, which delivers an adrenaline rush and spectacular views.

It seems like this activity is something you’ll remember for life, and this comes from what we’ve heard already from Cruise Ship News readers about the SkyCourse. You’ll find this cruise activity on the Carnival Sunshine, Magic, and Breeze. If you have been onboard one of these ships and used the SkyCourse, then share a comment below.

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    We hear the ropes course on Carnival Magic is great. Makes better use of the top deck, which is often unused space on many cruise ships