The other day we discussed the Carnival Triumph repairs that had cost Carnival Cruise Lines $115, which also included several updates to some of the ships services, along with an all-important update to the ships fire suppression system and to its engine room.
It’s clear to see that this is a proud moment for the cruise line to put Triumph back into service, and it looks as though three and a half months of hard work has paid off. Loyal customers must be excited, as Triumph’s first cruise back in service had sold out quickly.
We thought you would like a video review of the changes that has been made, and the first Carnival Triumph review is looking more closely at the most-important feature, the fire suppression system. It’s sad to say this, but it has taken a fire to realize that there were issues, so just glad that Carnival has finally made these necessary improvements.
In the second video we love how the guy sells it to his viewers, saying that “Not only is she restored, she’s better than ever.” The thing is, he’s not wrong, which you can see for yourself below. He points out that there have been extensive changes behind the scenes, but in some guest areas they have gone through major upgrades, such as the Lido Deck.
The final Carnival Triumph video we get to see her sailaway party, where some high profile guests joined her. George Lopaz was the headline act to help celebrate the return of Triumph, but if you are a sports fan and a man, then we’re certain you would have headed to the EA Sports Bar, as the Houston Texans cheerleaders were on hand for some photo opportunities.
There was certainly a huge party vibe going on to help celebrate the return of Carnival Triumph, which as they say has been revamped and recharged.
Are you booked to go on a future carnival Triumph cruise?