Carnival’s Cuba ship getting upgrade

Carnival's Cuba ship getting upgrade

The Carnival Paradise, a ship that sails Cuba cruises from
Tampa, is undergoing an extensive month-long refurbishment in Freeport, Bahamas.

When the 20-year-old ship returns to service on March 26, it will have a
water park, 38 new cabins, 98 balconies added to existing staterooms, and new
bars and restaurants.

Among the new accommodations are two Grand Vista suites with
floor-to-ceiling windows, 22 junior suites, two oceanview cabins and 12
interior accommodations. All staterooms will have new island-inspired interiors
with bright colors.

The new dining and drinking options are establishments that
are on many other Carnival ships:

The complimentary Guy’s Burger Joint and BlueIguana Cantina,
and the RedFrog Rum Bar and BlueIguana Tequila Bar.

The BlueIguana Cantina is a complimentary restaurant on the pool deck.

The WaterWorks Aqua Park on the Verandah Deck features the
enclosed 300-foot-long Twister water slide, two 82-foot-long racing slides, and
a splash zone for kids. 

A nine-hole miniature golf course has been relocated to Deck
14.

The Camp Ocean play area for kids ages 2-11 showcases the
wonders of the sea and offers ocean-themed activities, including arts and
crafts and science-oriented programming.

The Carnival Paradise’s retail shops are being redesigned, and
will include Pandora and Guess.  The
Cherry on Top sweets shop is also being added. The printed photo gallery is
being replaced with a digital Pixels-branded platform that allows guests to
identify and purchase images via their smartphones or at a nearby kiosk.

The Carnival Paradise’s schedule includes four-day cruises
to Cozumel and five-day cruises to Cozumel or Roatan, Grand Cayman or Key West.
The ship also sails to Cuba with four-day cruises visiting Havana, five-day
cruises calling at Havana and Cozumel or Key West, and eight-day voyages to
Havana, Key West and Grand Cayman. 

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