Elation                                Dream

CARNIVAL ELATION                          

 Launched in 1998—upgraded in 2009. Smaller, easy-to-navigate ship offering short, reasonably priced itineraries out of the Port of New Orleans. 
INTERESTING soupçon (BITS)    * Adults-Only Serenity deck * Passengers with mobility issues find it easy to navigate
 * 4-day itinerary includes Cozumel    * 5-day itinerary included Cozumel and Progresso * Great weekend getaway for families, GNO (Girls Night Out) and reunions    * Casino onboard  * Balconies available only with suites and demi-suites *This itinerary is expected to remain at least until April of 2015.
CAMP CARNIVAL:    Programs are FREE; hours 9 a.m. until 10 p.m.
GRATUITIES:             Carnival recommends $11.50 per person, per day.  This amount is automatically added to your shipboard account, but can be adjusted at the guest service desk. PORT PARKING: * Credit Card or Cash: (rates subject to change by the Port Authority) $16.00 USD per day  (conventional vehicles)    * Full payment due upon entering the parking garage.  * Accepted forms of payment: U.S Dollars or Credit Cards  * 6-story building; garage on floors 3-6; 1000 parking spaces  * The garage is secure, lighted and patrolled.  * Handicap Parking available with proof of valid permit.  * No advance reservations required for conventional vehicles. INSIDERS TIP:           Camp Carnival accepts toddlers as young as 2—even if they’re not toilet trained! WANT TO SEE FOR YOURSELF?      www.cruisedeckplans.com


CARNIVAL DREAM

The DREAM arrived in New Orleans in grandiose style April 2014. This 7-day itinerary offers alternating Eastern and Western Caribbean sailings. The Western Caribbean itinerary ports include Mahogany Bay, Isla Roatan, Belize and Cozumel while the Eastern Caribbean itinerary offers Cozumel, Costa Maya, and Mahogany Bay, Islar Roatan. This itinerary is expected to remain until April of 2015. May 2015, the Western Caribbean itinerary will shift to include Montego Bay, overnight in Grand Cayman (wow! that’s neat!) then continue to Cozumel.  Eastern Caribbean will include Key West, Freeport, and Nassau. INTERESTING soupçon (BITS) *The Dream carries 3,646 passengers 
​ * It is the first of three ships in the DREAM Class—others are the Magic and the Breeze (NICE NAME!) * The largest ship to port in New Orleans     * A unique balcony cabin choice includes a Cove balcony on Deck 2 that gets you nearly eye level with flying fish!      * Jogging track is called the Lanai promenade, a 20-foot-wide outdoor walkway running the circumference of Deck 5 (2.5 laps = one mile) CAMP CARNIVAL:    Programs are FREE hours from 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. Programs are well organized include everything from mini-golf, outdoor movies on a jumbo screen and water park. GRATUITIES:            Carnival recommends $11.50 per person, per day.  This amount is automatically added to your shipboard account, but can be adjusted (up or down) at the guest service desk. INSIDERS TIP:           Shrimp cocktail is on the menu every night! Serenity deck for adults over the age of 21; located on deck 14 and 15.  Little hard to find but worth the effort if kids abound! PORT PARKING: * Credit Card or Cash: (rates subject to change by the Port Authority) * $16.00 USD per day  (conventional vehicles)    * Full payment due upon entering the parking garage.  * Accepted forms of payment: U.S Dollars or Credit Cards  * 6-story building; garage on floors 3-6; 1000 parking spaces  *The garage is secure, lighted and patrolled. 
* Handicap Parking available with proof of valid permit.  * No advance reservations required for conventional vehicles.  WANT TO SEE FOR YOURSELF?      www.cruisedeckplans.com
 

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