The Dream Class
The Dream Class is operated by Carnival cruise lines. Alongside the Carnival Dream, they include the Carnival Magic, and tthe Carnival Breeze.
Launched in 2008, the Carnival Dream was the first of the Dream Class ships and is the largest and longest ship ever constructed by Carnival. A gargantuan yet elegant vessel soaring 11 decks in height, the Dream offers a wealth of dining lounges, fun facilities and non-stop entertainment, which perfectly demonstrates what the Dream Class is all about!
Unique features aboard the Dream Class
There is so much to see and do aboard the four Dream Class ships. On the Carnival ships, in addition to the much-loved WaterWorks waterpark, there’s the Dive-in Movies outdoor cinema, Seaside Theatre and indulgent adults-only Serenity Spa.
The Ocean Plaza (on Dream and Breeze) is an impressive live music venue and cafe, boasting a large circular dance floor and comfortable outdoor ocean-view seating on the half-mile long promenade that encircles the ship. Also on the promenade, passengers can enjoy a dip in one of the four whirlpools that also offer breath-taking ocean views.
Cloud 9 Spa
For many passengers, cruising the oceans is all about relaxation. Carnival’s Dream Class ships are home to one of the largest spas afloat - the two-tiered Cloud 9 Spa. Here you can be preened and pampered from head to toe, where manicures, facials, body wraps and massage are just a taste of the indulging treatments available. Finish off your afternoon with a soak in Cloud 9's Thalassotherapy Pool - a unique sea-water pool fitted with water jets for underwater massage.
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