Carnival Dream Enters Drydock

Posted September 12th, 2012

Last weekend, Carnival Dream entered a Bahamas drydock to undergo a massive renovation, as part of Carnival Cruise Line's $500 million enhancement program called Fun Ship 2.0.

During the 2 week drydock, Carnival Dream will receive 2 new bars - RedFrog Rum Bar and Blue Iguana Tequila Bar. The RedFrog Rum Bar offers guests Caribbean rums, Carnival's signature ThirstyFrog Red draft beer and Caribbean beers, while the Blue Iguana Tequila Bar is focused on tequila drinks and Mexican beers.

Carnival Dream will also receive merchandise store, Cherry on Top, where guests can purchase candy, apparel and sweet treats. Carnival Dream will also be getting Punchliners Comedy Club & Brunch, presented by George Lopez, and DJ Irie, during the drydock.

Carnival Cruise Line's Fun Ship 2.0 program is set to transform the line's onboard guest experience, as it is rolled out to the line's entire fleet through the end of 2015. A variety of new features will be added on a ship by ship basis. “Through breakthrough partnerships with some of today’s biggest talents and most popular entertainment brands, plus our very own new branded experiences and on-board destinations, Carnival fans and those new to our cruises are destined for an incredible vacation experience” said Gerry Cahill, president and CEO of Carnival Cruise Lines.

This is the first drydock for Carnival Dream, which was launched in 2009. Carnival Dream will resume year-round 7 night sailings from Port Canaveral on September 22, 2012.

For more information on Carnival Dream and her itineraries, please call one of our Cruise Specialists on 1300 954 661 today!

Source: Cruise Radio, 10 September 2012

 

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