Yesterday saw the Carnival Dream head off on its inaugural six-day cruise from New Orleans, and with her 3,646 passengers. This is a special cruise because it takes in several key ports, one of which is the Erato Street Cruise Terminal following its $2.3 million refurbishment to allow for larger ships like the Dream.
Once back from this cruise, the Carnival Dream will begin her seven-day cruises that will run year round from April 20, 2014. There are three itineraries in all, and they are all very distinct in the ports that they call at, all of which can be found on the Carnival website.
However, we can tell you that these cruises are categorized by western Caribbean, with two distinct itineraries in each, and a Bahamas/Florida route. However, there are also five-day cruises to Mexico, although to us five days doesn’t seem to be enough on such a great ship.
We say this because there is so much to do on Carnival Dream that you will often pray that you had more days at sea, as this will give you time to explore the ship and enjoy all its facilities, especially if you are a kid, or a child at heart.
This is because there is the awesome Twister water slide, which measures 303 feet in all. However, there is far more to this ship than having fun, as there are also some great places to relax, so why not book a cruise on Carnival Dream now, which you can do so here.