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Carnival Cruise Line
Carnival Dream started sailing in 2009. Former names: none. The Carnival Dream is registered
in Panama City, Panama. The Carnival Dream has 1823 cabins.
You can expect between 3646 to 4558 passengers on a typical sailing. This means that at the higher number (usually peak and holiday sailings) Carnival Dream has a space ratio of 28.5. (A space ratio less than 33 means that you may find the ship crowded in areas. A space ratio greater than 39 means that there should be plenty of space for each passenger.) When this ship isn't sailing at capacity the space ratio can be as good as 35.7.
The Carnival Dream has 1369 crew members on board. There are 3 passengers for every crew member on board. There are self serve laudromats on this ship.
There are 35 special needs cabins on this ship. These cabins have been modified for accessibility purposes.
There are 14 on this ship. The highest deck number is 15. The number of decks with passenger cabins is 9.
This is the percent of the staterooms on board have balconies.
The abbreviation Carnival uses for this ship is DR. Maiden voyage was on September 21, 2009. There are 15 restaurants and 4 bars on board.
A unique feature to this ship is the wraparound exterior walkway, called the Lanai Promenade which has 4 hot tubs and plenty of seating. The most popular attractions on board are the dining spots, water slides, comedy shows, lip-syncing contests, and dance parties. The atmosphere is usually loud, with a lot of energy. If you prefer a little quiet, the adults-only Serenity area and the Cloud 9 Spa are great choices.
During drydock ending Feb 11, 2017 added Blue Iguana Cantina, Guys Burger Joint, Pig and Anchor BBQ, Bonsai Sushi, and Alchemy Bar.Completed During Dry Dock 6/24/21-7/08/21 routine hotel maintenance and cosmetic enhancements. New red, white and blue hull design and paint scheme. Non-Smoking Casino and Bar added (replaced the Conference Room).
There are 1823 staterooms on board, with the largest being the Grand Suites.
Dining options on board include:
Crimson Restaurant-744-seat forward Dining Room, two fixed dinner seatings and “Anytime Dining”)
Scarlet Restaurant-1122-seat aft Dining Room, two fixed dinner seatings, open seating breakfast and
lunch; Seuss At Sea-themed breakfasts for $5 cover charge
Wasabi Bar-sushi bar, complimentary; serves as salad bar during the day
The Gathering Lido buffet restaurant-825-seat self-service restaurant with various complimentary
takeaway food stations
The Chefs Art Steakhouse-108-seat, reservation-only specialty restaurant, seafood and prime beef
Seafood Shack-open only for lunch and dinner at an additional cost
Guys Pig and Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse-an open-air complimentary BBQ restaurant
Nightly entertainment can be found at the Encore Theater, the Dream Atrium, the Casino, the Burgundy Lounge, and the Caliente Disco and Nightclub. There are also plenty of lounges and bars to visit.
Children and teens can enjoy activities in the Circle C, which offers video games, parties, movies, and planned activities. There is also a teens only lounge called Club O2, and a video game arcade. Camp Carnival is a kids play area, and there is also a waterpark play area with 2 water slides and aquapark.
Adults and children of all ages can enjoy time at the SportsSquare complex which offers a mini golf course, ping-pong tables, and multi-sports court. There is also a Seaside Theater, which is a huge LED screen outdoors that shows movies, and has a stage for live performances. There are also plenty of pools and jacuzzis to use day and night.
Carnival Dream Ship Stats
|Expected Passengers||3,646 to 4,558|
|Expected Space Ratio||29|
|Decks with cabins||9|
Carnival Dream Features
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