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Current position of Carnival Horizon : Oranjestad (Aruba)/Netherlands Antilles

  • Time since arrival 11 hrs 36 min from Miami (FL)/USA (at 09:00 h local time)
  • Time until departure 1 hrs 24 min to Bonaire/Netherlands Antilles (at 22:00 h local time)

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The current position of CARNIVAL HORIZON is at Caribbean Sea reported 2 mins ago by AIS. The vessel is en route to AW ORJ > AN KRA , and expected to arrive there on Nov 15, 11:00 . The vessel CARNIVAL HORIZON (IMO 9767091, MMSI 370039000) is a Passenger (Cruise) Ship built in 2018 (5 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Panama .


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November Update: Carnival Cruise Line Fleet Locations and Itineraries

  • November 10, 2023
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Carnival Jubilee river Ems

With ships repositioning to new homeports, Carnival Cruise Line is getting ready for the debut of the new Carnival Jubilee.

Set to enter service in December, the new vessel is in final stages of construction at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland.

Cruise Industry News tracked down the location and the itineraries of every Carnival ship as of November 10, 2023:

Carnival Jubilee Year Built: 2023 Capacity: 5,400 guests Location: North Sea

After concluding its conveyance up the Ems River , the Carnival Jubilee is currently undergoing its first set of sea trials. To be delivered to Carnival Cruise Line soon, the LNG-powered vessel is scheduled to depart on its inaugural cruise from Galveston in late December.

Carnival Celebration Year Built: 2022 Capacity: 5,200 guests Location: Eastern Caribbean

Completing its first year in service this month, the Carnival Celebration continues to offer a series of week-long cruises to the Caribbean. Sailing from PortMiami, the itineraries feature visits to popular ports, including Amber Cove, San Juan, Cozumel and St. Thomas.

Mardi Gras Year Built: 2020 Capacity: 5,200 guests Location: Eastern Caribbean

The Mardi Gras offers week-long cruises to the Caribbean departing Port Canaveral. Departing from its homeport in Central Florida on a year-round basis, the 5,200-guest ship sails to different destinations in the region, including Nassau, Grand Turk, Mahogany Bay, San Juan, and more.

Carnival Venezia Year Built: 2019 Capacity: 4,232 guests Location: Eastern Caribbean

The Carnival Venezia is presently offering an 11-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean. Sailing from New York City, the itinerary features visits to Grand Turk, Amber Cove, San Juan. St. Thomas and St. Maarten, as well as five days at sea.

Carnival Panorama Year Built: 2019 Capacity: 4,000 guests Location: Mexican Riviera

Sailing from Carnival’s homeport in Long Beach on a year-round basis, the Carnival Panorama offers six- to eight-night cruises to the Mexican Riviera. Ports of call include not only Mazatlán, Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas, but also Ensenada and La Paz.

Carnival Horizon Year Built: 2018 Capacity: 4,000 guests Location: Western Caribbean

The Carnival Horizon is sailing an alternating schedule of six-night cruises to the Western Caribbean and eight-night cruises to the Southern Caribbean. The program features visits to several popular ports in both regions, such as Grand Cayman, Aruba, Cozumel, and more.

  Carnival Vista Year Built: 2016 Capacity: 4,000 guests Location: Galveston, Texas

The Carnival Vista is wrapping up its homeporting operations in Galveston, Texas. After disembarking guests of a six-night cruise to the Western Caribbean today, the 2016-built vessel is deadheading to Port Canaveral – its new year-round homeport.

Carnival Breeze Year Built: 2012

Capacity: 3,650 guests Location: Western Caribbean

The Carnival Breeze continues to offer a series of short cruises departing from Galveston. Sailing to Mexico, the four- and five-night itineraries feature visits to three popular ports in the country: Cozumel, Costa Maya and Progreso.

Carnival Magic Year Built: 2011 Capacity: 3,650 guests Location: Eastern Caribbean

After repositioning to Miami in late October , the Carnival Magic is offering six- and eight-night cruises to destinations in the Western, Eastern and Southern Caribbean. This week, the ship’s itinerary features visits to Grand Turk, St. Maarten, San Juan and St. Thomas.

Carnival Luminosa Year Built: 2009 Capacity: 2,260 guests Location: Australia

The Carnival Luminosa is back in Australia for a second season in the region. Based out of Brisbane , the 2009-built vessel is sailing a program of cruises to the South Pacific, the Great Barrier Reef, the Australian Coast, and more.

Carnival Dream Year Built: 2009 Capacity: 3,650 guests Location: Eastern Caribbean

Departing from Galveston every weekend, the Carnival Dream offers cruises to either the Western Caribbean or the Bahamas. The alternating schedule includes six-night itineraries to Mexico and Belize, in addition to eight-night cruises to Key West and different destinations in the Bahamas.

  Carnival Splendor Year Built: 2008 Capacity: 3,000 guests Location: Australia

After returning to Australia in 2022, the Carnival Splendor continues to offer year-round cruises departing from Sydney. In November, the the 3,000-guest ship is scheduled to offer four- to ten-night itineraries to New Zealand, the South Pacific and the Australian coast.

Carnival Freedom Year Built: 2007 Capacity: 2,974 guests Location: Eastern Caribbean

Following a drydock in Spain , the Carnival Freedom resumed its regular schedule earlier this month. Sailing from Port Canaveral, the ship offers four- and five-night cruises to destinations in the Eastern Caribbean and the Bahamas, such as Bimini, Grand Turk and Amber Cove.

Carnival Liberty Year Built: 2005 Capacity: 2,974 guests Location: The Bahamas

The Carnival Liberty offers short cruises departing from Port Canaveral. Taking place on a year-round basis, the three- and four-night itineraries feature visits to several ports of call, including Nassau, Bimini and Princess Cays.

C arnival Valor Year Built: 2004 Capacity: 2,974 guests Location: Western Caribbean

The Carnival Valor continues to sail short cruises departing from New Orleans. Cruising to the Western Caribbean, the 2004-built vessel offers four- and five-night itineraries that sail to three ports in Mexico: Costa Maya, Progreso and Cozumel.

Carnival Miracle Year Built: 2004 Capacity: 2,100 guests Location: West Coast

After repositioning to Long Beach for the winter, the Carnival Miracle is sailing three- to five-nights to Baja Mexico and the Mexican Riviera. Later this month, the 2004-built ship is also scheduled to offer a 15-night voyage to Hawaii that features visits to Ensenada, Hilo, Nawiliwili, Honolulu, Kailua, and Kahului.

Carnival Glory Year Built: 2003 Capacity: 2,974 guests Location: Western Caribbean

The Carnival Glory is offering week-long cruises departing from New Orleans. Sailing from the Big Easy every Sunday, the 2,974-guest ship visits destinations in the Western Caribbean and the Bahamas, such as Cozumel, Mahogany Bay, Freeport, Montego Bay and Grand Cayman.

Carnival Conquest Year Built: 2002 Capacity: 2,974 guests Location: The Bahamas

Based in PortMiami, the Carnival Conquest offers a series of short cruises to the Bahamas and the Western Caribbean. Ranging from three to four nights, the itineraries feature popular ports in both regions, including Bimini, Nassau, Key West, Cozumel and more.

Carnival Legend Year Built: 2002 Capacity: 2,100 guests Location: U.S. Northeast

The Carnival Legend is currently offering cruises departing from Baltimore. In November, the ship is scheduled to offer a series of seven-night itineraries to the Bahamas that include visits to Freeport, Nassau and Princess Cays.

Carnival Pride Year Built: 2001 Capacity: 2,100 guests Location: Gulf Coast

After spending the summer in Europe , the Carnival Pride is currently returning to its winter homeport in Tampa. The Spirit-Class ship is now set to offer six- to eight-night cruises to the Western Caribbean, Central America and the Panama Canal starting on Nov. 12.

Carnival Spirit Year Built: 2001 Capacity: 2,100 guests Location: The Bahamas

After marking Carnival’s return to Mobile in October , the Carnival Spirit continues to offer six- to eight-night cruises departing from Alabama. Sailing to the Bahamas and the Caribbean, the itineraries sail to destinations in both regions, such as Bimini, Freeport, Cozumel and Mahogany Bay.

Carnival Radiance Year Built: 2000 Capacity: 2,984 guests Location: West Coast

Sailing from Carnival’s private cruise terminal in Long Beach, the Carnival Radiance continues to offer short cruises to Mexico and California. The ship’s year-round program includes a series of three- and four-night itineraries to Catalina Island and Ensenada.

Carnival Sunrise Year Built: 1999 Capacity: 2,984 guests Location: The Bahamas

The Carnival Sunrise offers short cruises to the Bahamas and the Caribbean departing from PortMiami. The four- and five-night itineraries sail to several ports in the region, such as Ocho Rios, Grand Cayman and Nassau.

Carnival Elation Year Built: 1998 Capacity: 2,040 guests Location: The Bahamas

The Carnival Elation continues to offer short cruises departing from Jacksonville. Featuring four- and five-night itineraries to the Bahamas, the vessel’s program includes Nassau, Princess Cays, Freeport and Bimini as ports of call.

Carnival Paradise Year Built: 1998 Capacity: 2,040 guests Location: Western Caribbean

Following a routine drydock in the Bahamas , the Carnival Paradise recently returned to its homeport in Tampa. The 1998-built ship is now offering a series of four- and five-night cruises to the Bahamas and the Western Caribbean.

Carnival Sunshine Year Built: 1996 Capacity: 3,000 guests Location: The Bahamas

Set to reposition to Norfolk in 2025, the Carnival Sunshine continues to offer different itineraries departing from the Port of Charleston. In November, the ship’s schedule features four- to six-night cruises to The Bahamas, visiting Half Moon Cay, Bimini, Nassau, and more.

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What’s on your horizon? As you look ahead to your plans for the future, make sure you set aside some time for some truly motivational rewards. You and your family can achieve much more when you know an incredible prize is waiting at the finish line. You can’t argue with science!

You can open up a new chapter in your life by bringing the whole family along on a cruise ship that’s radically new – Carnival Horizon ® . If your family is in or near Miami, you are just a few boarding passes away from a Caribbean cruise vacation on a ship from the future. Take a peek into what’s just ahead on the edge of tomorrow.

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For Those Who Love Outdoor Fun:

Cruising used to be just about the destination, but that’s changed a lot in recent years. Now families look for cool activities and exciting adventures on board during the journey. Carnival Horizon ® takes this concept to the next level with original ways to enjoy sun and fun, like:

Dr. Seuss WaterWorks ™ – A tounge-twister themed waterpark with characters from your kid’s favorite author. They can slosh down the loopy drainpipe slide, try side-by-side racing or stand beneath the Cat in the Hat tipping hat that drenches them with fun.

SkyRide ® – Imagine a pedal-powered reclining ride that opens your eyes to incredible vistas high above the sparkling sea, with two lanes so you can share the experience Ride the next evolution of family cruising from high above the deck inside a safe and healthy workout pod.

Serenity, Adult Only Retreat ™ – Get away from it all while kids run wild on their own escapades. This is an onboard oasis where adults can lounge, work, meet new friends, or just lay back and relax in a place of peace, hammocks, cocktails and the silent sea.

Ropes Course  – This is where the thrill-seekers in your family can go all out in a safe and soft environment. Kids can strap into a safety harness and test their acrobatic skills on a course of narrow beams, tightropes, nets and daredevil fun.

boy happy to play on the dr. seuss waterworks onboard carnival horizon

For Those Who Love Indoor Fun:

Everyone loves different things, which is why Carnival Horizon ® is like a floating city full of fun things to do. Encourage your family to follow their dreams by checking out:

Lip Sync Battle ™ : Carnival – Don’t hide your singing voice. You belong in the spotlight, and you could come home with the Lip Sync Battle Belt!

Cloud 9 Spa ™ – Restore your mind and body to peak condition for all the adventures that lie ahead. Body wraps, facials, massage and a giant Hydrotherapy whirlpool.

Casino – Live the life of a high roller without leaving your comfort zone. Games abound for every risk-taker, from card tournaments to table games to scratch-off instant winners.

The Punchliner Comedy Club – If laughter is the best medicine, this live performance venue counts as a doctor’s visit. Choose from family-friendly or adult-only comedy shows.

Playlist Productions ™ – Come out and see the show! Broadway-style musical productions bring your ultimate playlist to life.

playlist production’s latin nights play onboard carnival horizon

For Those in Search of Delicious Dining:

You can’t have fun on an empty stomach. Savor every bite at a choice collection of cruise dining options fit for a royal family. You can even split up and compare notes! You’ll step up your foodie game when you sit down for a culinary feast at:

Guy’s Pig & Anchor Smokehouse Brewhouse – Get comfortable. You’re in for some Southern hospitality, BBQ style. Finger licking required.

Bonsai Teppanyaki – Japanese cuisine is so much more than sushi. Take a detour to the land of Samurai and Ninjas on your way to the Caribbean.

Cucina del Capitano ® – Mouthwatering Italian fare, just like countless Italian mamas used to make. Manga! You look thin!

JiJi Asian Kitchen ® – Good food and good fortune from all across the Far East, including Mongolian and Chinese dishes the kids will adore.

Guy’s Burger Joint – No frills, just faves, courtesy of celebrity chef Guy Fieri. Grab a seat for a rockin’ road trip to Flavortown.

BlueIguana Cantina ™ – Choose your own fresh ingredients for custom-built tacos, burritos and everything that makes Mexican a treat for the whole family.

bonsai teppanyaki chef cooking in front of guests onboard carnival horizon

For Those in Search of the Next Great Bar:

After the kids have had their fun, it’s time to treat yourself, too. Some of the best nightlife in the Caribbean is not found on any of the islands. It’s right here onboard your ship. Order up the next round at one of Carnival Horizon’s best evening bars and lounges, including:

Havana Bar – On your way cruising past Cuba, why not dance the mambo with a Cuba Libre? The next best thing to visiting Havana in the golden age.

RedFrog Rum Bar ™ – Get in the island spirit early with a poolside bar, umbrella drinks and new friends you haven’t met yet.

Alchemy Bar ™ – Refine yourself. Drop in at this vintage-themed cocktail “pharmacy” for unique elixirs and masterful remedies, with or without alcohol.

BlueIguana Tequila Bar ™ – The waters off the coast of Mexico are cool and inviting, like the margaritas and cervezas of this Mexican-themed hot spot.

bartender preparing drinks in the alchemy bar onboard carnival horizon

Even if your family has enjoyed a cruise from Miami before, they have certainly never experienced anything like this. Carnival Horizon brings the next generation of family cruising to a port near you. Follow the sun and bring the family. Book a cruise on Carnival Horizon in the year ahead.

Note: Onboard activities, shore excursions, and dining options may vary by  ship  and destination.

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New regeneration plans for Hull Docks include housing, medical technology campus and new location for cruise ship terminal

Posted: 14 November 2023 | Last updated: 14 November 2023

A new location for a planned cruise terminal in Hull is among plans to redevelop one of the city’s dockland areas set to go before councillors this month.

Cruise ships would dock at a new facility at the Albert and William Wright Dock, south of the A63 and west of Hull Marina.

The Western Docklands area plans also propose waterfront housing, attracting businesses to the Smith & Nephew site when the company leaves and keeping Hull’s Ice Arena in its current location.

Hull City Council Regeneration Portfolio Holder Cllr Paul Drake-Davis said the proposals would get the potential out of the area and bring huge benefits more widely.

The Western Docklands Design Brief, outlining the vision for the site between Hessle Road and Albert Dock including Kingston Retail Park, is set for further discussions this month.

It is due to go before the council’s Planning Committee on Tuesday, November 21 before then going to the Cabinet the following Monday for a decision.

If the Cabinet backs the plans, which went out for consultation between February and March, a final version will be drawn up.

The council is seeking to use the Design Brief to support existing local businesses in the area and promote further commercial activity in the area.

The draft Design Brief initially proposed a leisure and entertainment led regeneration but those who took part in the council’s consultation preferred keeping its employment use.

Proposals include a medical technology centre at the Smith & Nephew if plans for the company to relocate to the East Riding go ahead.

There would be potential for more leisure developments around the Ice Arena and at the Kingston Retail Park which would be better connected to the city centre.

Plans also propose more green spaces in the area and pedestrian and cycling routes.

Land south of Wellington Street West would also be earmarked for homes but proposed housing across the overall area would be scaled back following concerns raised in the consultation.

The cruise terminal would be located at the bullnose of the Albert and William Wright Dock, though this will be dependent on external funding.

The draft Design Brief stated the building should be a gateway to the city and built in line with its maritime heritage.

Traffic from visitors should also be directed away from any existing or proposed housing developments on the opposite side of the dock.

The location was chosen because of its links to the rest of the city.

Original plans for a cruise terminal at Sammy’s Point by The Deep were scrapped in July last year because of fears over its impact on the aquarium.

Cllr Drake-Davis said the council had listened to locals and businesses in drawing up the plans for the Western Docklands, including the new cruise terminal location.

The portfolio holder said: “The council sees real potential for positive regeneration and change in the West Docklands area and this new masterplan will help to make that a reality.

“This plan aims to bring employment and economic growth to the area, as well as the retention of the ice arena and expansion of leisure activities.

“Now, this new plan is an important stepping stone in getting the potential out of the West Docklands area and ensuring the rest of the city sees its huge benefits.”

New regeneration plans for Hull Docks include housing, medical technology campus and new location for cruise ship terminal

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Carnival Ship Experiencing Propulsion Issues, Cancels Ports

  • Doug Parker
  • November 6, 2023
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Carnival Panorama’s current sailing is experiencing a technical issue impacting the ship’s maximum cruising speed, forcing it to skip two ports on its current Mexican Riveria voyage.

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A letter to guests onboard from Captain Carlo Queirolo reads, “Regrettably, due to the reduced speed, we will not be able to visit Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan. However, we will be able to call on Cabo San Lucas Wednesday before returning to Long Beach Saturday.”

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The cruise line is giving guests $400 onboard credit per stateroom for the inconvenience, as well as refunding all taxes and fees.

Panorama will leave Cabo on Wednesday afternoon to start its 1,000-mile voyage back to Southern California.

Carnival told Cruise Radio , “Carnival Panorama has developed an issue that is affecting the ship’s maximum cruising speed. Our team of engineers is assessing the situation to determine our repair options.”

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Carnival’s Vista-class ships ( Carnival Vista , Carnival Horizon , and Carnival Panorama ) have had continuous propulsion problems since launching.

In 2019, the company had to take Carnival Vista out of service for two weeks to repair its propulsion units. To fix the issue, the world’s largest floating dry dock was brought down from Northern Europe, and the ship was lifted out of the water off the Bahamas coast.

At the end of 2021, Carnival Horizon was taken out of service and brought to Europe for repairs.

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Carnival Panorama will enter its first dry dock in Singapore next year. After a month-long dry dock, the ship will return to its year-round homeport of Long Beach.

Carnival Panorama sails year-round voyages from Long Beach, California, to the Mexican Riveria. The ship debuted just before Christmas in 2019.

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Medical emergency on cruise ship in New York Harbor prompts water rescue

  • Updated: Nov. 13, 2023, 9:56 a.m. |
  • Published: Nov. 12, 2023, 5:43 p.m.

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A medical emergency regarding two people on a cruise ship in the New York Harbor prompted a water rescue. (Dennis Rees for the Staten Island Advance) Dennis Rees for the Staten Island Advance

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A medical emergency involving two people on a cruise ship in the New York Harbor prompted a water rescue on Sunday evening, according to police.

Police responded to a 911 call regarding one person having a seizure and another person experiencing chest pains — both on a cruise ship — around 4:21 p.m. on Sunday, according to a spokesperson from the NYPD’s Deputy Commissioner of Public Information.

A helicopter could be seen flying above the ship as it was traveling towards the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge. The cruise ship was Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas, according to a Coast Guard spokesperson.

According to police, a water rescue was performed to transport patients from the cruise ship.

A Coast Guard spokesperson stated that the NYPD Harbor Unit conducted a medevac of two people from the cruise ship and were brought to Homeport Pier on Staten Island. They were met by emergency medical services (EMS) and transported to Richmond University Medical Center (RUMC).

Earlier Sunday, authorities rushed to the Hudson River to rescue a man who allegedly plunged into the body of water. He was said to be in critical condition after being rescued , but was pronounced dead around 1:45 p.m., according to 1010 WINS.

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Carnival Horizon cabins and suites

Carnival horizon staterooms review, floor plans, photos.

Carnival Horizon cabins and suites review at CruiseMapper provides detailed information on cruise accommodations , including floor plans, photos, room types and categories, cabin sizes, furniture details and included by Carnival Cruise Line en-suite amenities and services.

The Carnival Horizon cruise ship cabins page is conveniently interlinked with its deck plans showing deck layouts combined with a legend and review of all onboard venues.

Grand Suite

Layout (floor plan), ocean suite, havana cabana suite.

Special amenities offered in Carnival Havana Cabana cabins include:

  • convertible to King-size twin beds
  • bathrobes, premium lines, duvets, rain shower head
  • lounge furniture (sofabed, low table), patio furniture (2 chairs, 1 table)
  • convenient deck location (close to Havana Bar, Havana Pool, Havana Lounge)
  • daily (until 5 pm) exclusive access to Havana Pool and Lounge
  • reserved Lanai Deck area (1 hammock, 2 sunloungers)
  • Kids must be at least 12 years of age.
  • Note: 9 m2 (100 ft2) is actually the size of cabin's patio section.

Cove Balcony Family Harbor Suite

Premium vista balcony cabin, havana balcony cabin.

Special amenities offered in all Carnival Havana Cabana cabins include:

  • bathrobes, premium lines, duvets
  • lounge furniture (sofabed, low table), patio furniture (2 chairs, 1 table, 1 hammock)
  • daily (until 5 pm) exclusive access to Havana Lounge and Pool (reserved deckchairs)
  • reserved Lanai Deck area (2 sunloungers)

Balcony Cabin

Cove balcony family harbor cabin, deluxe oceanview family cabin, oceanview cabin, porthole cabin, walkway view interior cabin, interior cabin, small interior single cabin, cloud 9 spa staterooms, carnival horizon cabins review.

Carnival Horizon cruise ship has a total of 42 wheelchair-accessible cabins (for disabled passengers) and 104 "Cloud 9 Spa" cabins (28 Inside, 8 Oceanview, 62 Balcony, 6 Suite). The number of all cabin categories is 53.

Connecting rooms ("family cabins") are located on decks 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11. The list of connecting cabins grades includes: Balcony rooms (8A, 8B, 8C, 8D, 8F, and 8G), Cove Balcony (7C, and FM-Family), Oceanview (6A, 6L, 6M, and FE-Family), Interior (4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E, 4F, and FA-Family). Handicap staterooms (42 total) are in categories OS-Ocean Suite (1), Balcony (4), Oceanview (13) and Interior (24).

Follows the review of Carnival Horizon staterooms as amenities, furniture, and complimentary services:

Carnival Horizon Suites (Grand, Ocean, Havana Cabana, Family Harbor Cove, Cloud 9 Spa) have 2 twin beds (convertible to a King-size double bed, pillow menu), dressing area (walk-in closet, vanity table, chair), private bathroom (WC, shower, bathtub, bidet, double sinks, bathrobes), double sofabed, step-out terrace (with padded patio chairs and low tables). All balcony accommodations feature a private balcony with sliding glass doors (table, patio chairs, rail with clear glass panel).

All Carnival Cloud 9 Spa cabins have exclusive access to the Spa facilities on Panorama Deck 11. Their grades are Spa Suite (SS), Spa Balcony (8S, 8P, 8T), Spa Oceanview with obstructed views (6S, 6T) and the Spa Inside cabins (4S and 4T). Carnival Cloud 9 Spa rooms have the following complimentary amenities, services and perks (applicable for two guests per stateroom only): Thermal Suite and Spa Whirlpool (complimentary, unlimited access), 2 fitness classes (complimentary, Yoga or Pilates), 2 metabolism tests (complimentary), 1 Scrub Kit (complimentary, for the Thermal Suite), bathrobes, slippers, deluxe in-room bath amenities (by Elemis - shampoo, conditioner, sharp shower gel, vitamin-rich body lotion, 1 hand and 1 body soap disks), priority Spa reservations (must be made by 6 pm on embarkation day). Passengers booked in Cloud 9 Spa cabins also enjoy Spa treatment discounts while the ship is docked in ports of call - 20% off (1st), 30% off (2nd) and 40% off (3rd treatment).

Premium Vista Balcony cabins are located around the ship's aft corners and have same suite amenities (incl a wrap-around balcony). Extended Balcony cabins are in 2 grades - 8N and 8M (both with aft ship location). These staterooms have 50% larger balconies, 3 closets (in all grades balcony rooms), full bathroom (shower).

Oceanview cabins have a picture window and twin beds don't convert to king when both upper beds are in use. Some have a sofa and/or upper beds (Pullman) for 3rd/4th person. Spa Oceanview rooms are with obstructed views, and some are with upper bed (Pullman) for 4th person.

Inside cabins with windows have either Porthole Window (PT, on decks 1 and 2) or Picture Window (4J, on decks 6, 7, 9 and 10-Lido). Some Porthole cabins have a sofa bed for a 3rd person, some Picture Window rooms have a sofa and/or upper bed (Pullman) for 3rd/4th person. Small Inside cabins have bunk beds (upper/lower Pullman beds), living area (vanity, chair), bathroom (shower).

CCL Horizon ship's family cabins Family Harbor) are in categories FS-Suites, FM-Cove Balcony, FJ-Deluxe Oceanview, FE-Oceanview, FA-Interior. These staterooms for families are designed with larger living areas and bigger capacity (up to 5 passengers) via double sofabeds and additional bunk beds. Family Harbor staterooms are all located near the Family Harbor Lounge - an exclusive entertainment complex for families with 24-hour dining options, concierge service, board- and video games, movies. Children in all Family Harbor categories enjoy complimentary specialty dining (if accompanied by a paying adult) and one per cruise complimentary babysitting (at Night Owls/for up to 3 hours). At Family Harbor are offered self-serve Breakfast (6:30-9:30 am on port days/ 7:30-10:30 am on sea days) that includes deli meats, cereals, pastries, fresh fruits and juices, yogurt, coffee, tea, water. Self-serve afternoon snacks (3-5 pm) include pastries, sandwiches, cookies. Self-serve evening snacks (9-11 pm) include cookies with milk. Family Harbor also has 24-hour machines for ice cream and frozen yogurt.

All categories Havana staterooms (cabins and suites) are advertised as "private island resort" accommodations. All are located near the Havana complex (swimming pool, bar, club lounge). Havana Cabana Suites have a rain shower and a deluxe hammock on the terrace. Havana Cabana staterooms can be booked by families with children ages 12 or older. Cabin amenities include a step-out terrace (patio with 2 deckchairs, 1 low table), reserved Lanai sundeck area (with 2 padded sunloungers/in front of the patio), exclusive access to the Havana complex (including reserved deckchairs). Havana Cabana cabin types include Interior, Balcony, Premium Vista Balcony, Premium Balcony, Aft-View Extended Balcony, Suite.

All Carnival Horizon staterooms offer as standard/complimentary amenities a living area (vanity, seating), smart HDTV (infotainment system, Internet, on-demand-movies, bookings-reservations, Room Service ordering), direct-dial phone, electronic safe box and lifejackets (in the closet), hairdryer, en-suite bathroom (WC-toilet, shower, single sink-vanity, bathrobes, bathroom amenity basket/replenished upon request), custom-made beds (Carnival Comfort Bed System), beach towels, mini-bar/fridge, individual air-conditioning, complimentary 24-hour room service. Bibles (Gideon version) are provided upon request.

USB chargers (combined with power outlets) are located in the cabin's sitting area - right above the vanity desk (underneath its lighted mirror) and not near the beds. The available power plugs are three - two 120 V (3-prong, US standard) and one 220 V (European standard). USB outlets are 5 V (1000 mA). There is one power outlet in the bathroom (used only for electric razors). Guests are allowed to bring their own power strips, extension cords (without surge protectors), AC adapters and multi-plug boxes (powerboards with multiple electrical sockets).

The Carnival’s Sail & Sign card (cashless onboard credit account) doubles as stateroom key. The S&S credit program allows charges on purchases and tips/gratuities directly to a personal account throughout the Carnival cruise. The card has a designated owner and must be utilized for all money transactions on the ship as cash is accepted as a form of payment only at the casino. These cards are provided to all passengers (incl minors) immediately upon boarding the ship. Balance updates are provided at Guest Services desk (at any time). They can also be checked via the interactive TV in each stateroom.

The ship's interactive TV system allows passengers to purchase movies on demand, to order room service and to check the Sail & Sign account's status. The on-demand movie list has approx 25 films available for ordering at USD 5 per movie. Adult-content films cost USD 10 per movie.

Depending on satellite reception (Carnival Horizon location at sea), the complimentary in-cabin TV programming includes the following channels: ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, CNN (Domestic, International, Espanol), TCM (classic movies), cartoons (Boomerang, CN), TNT, TBS. There are 2 complimentary movie channels showing a film every 3 hours (both starting at 12 noon). One shows all-time favorites (PG -13 rated) and the other shows all-time family favorites (G / PG-rated). The following TV channels are Carnival-themed and also complimentary: Fun Finds TV, Cruise Director, Fun Aboard, Park West Art, Shore Tours, Ship Position, live cam views (webcams positioned forward and on lido deck), Audible Funtimes, Photo, Music. Sporting events (ESPN, ESPN 2) are shown only on big screens - at the ship's Sports Bar and Seaside Theatre (not in cabins/suites). All the TV's connection ports are intentionally disabled, which makes it impossible to connect it with personal devices (cameras, DVDs, USBs, iPods, gaming consoles, etc).

Bathroom amenities vary each time, so it's advisable you bring your own. Samples may include toothpaste, mouthwash, dental floss, body lotion, razor, antiacids. There is a wall-mounted dispenser in the shower stall (for liquid soap and shampoo). Electric power outlets are located in the desk/vanity area - one 110 V outlet (3-pronged, USA grounded) and one 220 V outlet (European standard). The bathroom's 2-pin plug can be used only for electric razors.

The new Carnival beds are Europe-manufactured exclusively for the company. The ensemble includes custom pillows (trademarked "New Generation Pillows", 100% cotton), duvet (100% hypoallergenic, ultra-fine, satin-striped), cover, deluxe sheets (high-quality cotton), pillowcases (ultra-fine, satin-striped), 8-inch / 20 cm spring mattresses (trademarked "Carnival Comfort"). Alternative (non-allergenic) bedding is also available. It includes 100% polyester blankets, sheets and pillowcases (60/40 cotton-polyester) and New Generation Pillows (100% cotton). Note: Trundle beds don't have Carnival Comfort mattresses.

Carnival-logoed Beach Towels are provided in each cruise accommodation for passengers to take ashore. Beach towels are also available for purchase (at $22). Bathrobes (2) are provided in all cruise suites and also in "Cloud 9 Spa" cabins/suites. Additional bathrobes are provided upon request. For all other cruise accommodations, bathrobes are provided (upon request) during the turndown service on the first evening. Bathrobes can be purchased at $49 (adult size) and $24 (children sizes /2-4 yo and 6-8 yo).

Life jackets are used in cases of emergency only (not at the ship pools). Lifejackets are located within passenger/crew cabins (in the closet). They are available in 3 sizes - adult, child, and infant.

Each of the cabins has a safe (located in the closet) with approx dimensions (inches/centimeters) - width (10/25), height (9/23) and depth (8/20). Cabin safes can be accessed by any magnetic strip card. It is advisable not to use a valid credit card (or driver's license), but an old expired card (or some rewards card) instead. Some safes are with a keypad (personal code). Safes can be opened also by the ship's security.

All cabin and suite mini-bars are stocked with premium liquors ($6-9,25), beer ($6,25), energy drinks ($5), soft soda/beverages ($2), bottled water ($3,75). In-cabin babysitting is not available (read more at Camp Ocean below). Cribs in cruise cabins are provided complimentary (upon request). In Main Dining Rooms are provided complimentary high chairs and booster seats.

Smoking in cabins/suites and on their balconies is prohibited. On Carnival Horizon, smoking allowed areas (cigarettes /incl electronic cigarettes) are the Casino (designated areas) and Vista Bar (deck 4 lobby bar). Smoking (incl of cigars and tobacco pipes) is allowed on designated outdoor areas on Deck 11 starboard (aft).

Funville@Sea is free of charge Intranet service providing information on onboard activities and events schedule, bar and restaurant menus, deck maps, Fun Times (newspaper), FunAshore (tour guides), Carnival cruise news, itinerary-related weather reports, onboard social network (tracking/messaging other passengers). The complimentary service is available via the Infotainment system (in all cabins) and also at the FunHub stations around the ship.

Current Carnival cruise ship gratuities (per day per person) are USD 12,95 (for standard cabin passengers) and USD 13,95 for suite passengers. The list of perks for all suites includes: priority embarkation/debarkation/tendering (all ports), priority main dining room reservations, complimentary bottled water in cabins, a complimentary bag of laundry (one per cruise), enhanced turndown service.

Since 2017, Carnival Cruise Line offers a new program allowing ship passengers to customize their steward service by choosing to have the cabin serviced in the morning, at night or both (twice a day). All guests can choose from a list of additional cabin amenities, among which are bathrobes, extra pillows, blankets, closet hangers. All guests can also specify how often the bed linens to be changed during the cruise. Your personal preferences can be selected from a services menu card left in each of the ship's staterooms. By default, if you make no selections on the card, your room service steward will service the accommodation twice daily.

Cruise Ship Room Service

In 2016, Carnival Cruise Lines rolled out fleetwide for-fee (chargeable) room service menu, which items can be ordered 24/7. The new menu still has free of charge items - hot and cold sandwiches, salads, desserts, beverages, Continental Breakfast selections. At extra cost (ranging between USD 1,50 and 6) are items that include shrimp, also sushi, pizza, quesadillas, cheesesteaks, chicken wings/tenders, fries. Bar drinks orders through room service are at regular bar menu prices (no extra fee added).

Complimentary room service menu

  • Continental Breakfast (upon request)
  • Sandwiches are served with potato salad, coleslaw, potato chips/pretzels, bread (white, whole wheat, rye, gluten-free). The list of sandwiches includes Tuna Salad, Roast Turkey, Ham & Cheese, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Bacon-Lettuce-Tomato, Grilled Cheese, Grilled Reuben (corned beef, Swiss cheese).
  • Salads - Garden, Caesar, Vegetable Platter (with dips)
  • Desserts - cheesecake, cookies, chocolate cake
  • Beverages - juices (tomato, orange, apple, grapefruit), tea (hot, iced), hot chocolate, milk, soft drinks (club soda, ginger ale, tonic water, coke, and sprite /also diet)
  • Beers - domestic (Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Coors Light, Samuel Adams), imported (Heineken, Corona, Stella Artois), also available are beer buckets and wines by the bottle.

For-fee room service menu

The following items are available for ordering 24 hours but are at an additional charge.

  • Chicken Wings ($5) - choice of Honey BBQ, Teriyaki, Garlic Parmesan, Buffalo Sauce, Caribbean Jerk
  • Chicken Tenders ($5) - choice of sauce (BBQ or Honey Mustard)
  • Firecracker Shrimp ($6) - fried with chili ginger, served with fries
  • Chicken Quesadilla ($5)
  • Philly Cheesesteak ($5) - served with fries
  • Pan Pizza ($5) - handmade and baked-to-order (Cheese, Pepperoni, Ham, and Pineapple)
  • French Fries ($1,50), Sweet Potato Fries ($2), Banana Split ($4).

Continental Breakfast room service menu

The following items are available for ordering free of charge.

  • Cereals and Fruits - Banana, Melon, Frosted Flakes, Special K, Raisin Bran, Rice Krispies, Corn Flakes, Fruit Loops, Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Cinnamon Toast Crunch
  • Bakery - toasts (white, wheat, gluten-free), danish pastries, muffins, croissants, bagels
  • Yogurt - plain, strawberry, peach, raspberry
  • Drinks - juices (orange, apple, tomato, grapefruit), hot tea, milk (also skim and chocolate), fresh coffee (regular and decaf)
  • Half-and-half (milk-cream), butter, margarine, cream cheese, jelly (grape, diet, strawberry, guava), honey, orange marmalade.

Carnival Horizon cabin and suite plans are property of Carnival Cruise Line . All floor plans are for informational purposes only and CruiseMapper is not responsible for their accuracy.

Coast Guard searching for man who jumped from Carnival cruise ship

NEW ORLEANS ( WAFB /Gray News) - The United States Coast Guard is searching the Gulf of Mexico for a man reported missing from the Carnival Glory cruise ship, WAFB reports.

According to the U.S. Coast Guard, the passenger who is unaccounted for was identified by family members as 28-year-old Tyler Lee Barnett, of Houma, Louisiana.

In a statement issued Tuesday, a spokesperson with Carnival Cruise Lines confirmed the Glory’s security team began an “immediate search” of the ship after a guest was reported missing Monday morning by a family member.

“The Carnival Glory security team has confirmed that after multiple reviews of the shipboard surveillance video, it appears that the guest reported missing on Monday jumped from the ship’s Deck 4 at approximately 1:40 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 13. He can be seen climbing on a lifeboat and jumping from there. Only on Tuesday were we advised of the possibility of him wearing a different shirt, which allowed our security team to change the profile of the guest as we searched onboard video,” Carnival Cruise Lines said in a statement.

The ship was cleared to proceed to Montego Bay, Jamaica, as scheduled and is expected to arrive on Wednesday.

The Coast Guard confirmed that air crews spent several hours Monday off Louisiana’s coast after the man was reported missing. It searched a 200-square-mile area of the Gulf of Mexico.

Barnett’s sister, who is on the cruise ship, posted that he was last seen Sunday at 11:40 p.m. and that an onboard search started Monday around 7 a.m.

The Carnival Glory left port in New Orleans on Sunday for a weeklong cruise with planned stops in Montego Bay on Wednesday, Grand Cayman Island on Thursday and Cozumel on Friday before returning to New Orleans on Nov. 19.

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Carnival Horizon

About Carnival Horizon

The fun-filled 133,500-ton, 3,934-guest Carnival Horizon is the second of Carnival Cruise Line's ultra-popular Vista Class ships, following her sister, Carnival Vista. When she arrives in 2018, she will boast many of the same exciting features, such as lots of fabulous restaurants, a popular pub and brewery, a thrilling bike-ride-in-the-sky attraction, an IMAX movie theatre and a huge water park with an exhilarating 455-foot-long water tube slide and much more.

This spectacular "floating resort" offers everyone in the family something special and fun, including three pools, unique dining and bar concepts and spectacular outdoor spaces. With nearly 30 dining and drinking venues and an extensive variety of accommodations to suit everyone's needs — including many for families. Get a soothing treatment at the immense two-deck spa, which also boasts a thermal suite. Go for a run on the padded jogging track and keep ship-shape at the fitness center. Enjoy a variety of services at the beauty salon.

Lots of fun amenities and activities such as a sports court, a ropes course, mini-golf and a kids club with a variety of age-specific activities , as well as teens and tweens, make this the perfect family cruise ship. Enjoy indoor and al fresco dining, fun bars, thrilling entertainment and more.

Paradise will be yours during the day at Carnival Horizon's peaceful retreat — a special bar and pool, which transforms to a hot dance spot when the sun goes down. Sip on specially handcrafted cocktails and enjoy the relaxing ambiance.

After an exciting day, you will feel right at home in your comfortable accommodations. The ship offers a wide variety, including spa staterooms, with exclusive privileges at the spa, extra-roomy staterooms in special family-designed staterooms and suites and more.

Delight you palate at a diverse range of dining venues , including two main dining rooms and a buffet that features mouthwatering dishes from around the world. Seafood-lovers will head to a venue just for them with a New England-inspired menu, offering both indoor and alfresco seating, and you can enjoy 360-degree views while enjoy such traditional fare such as lobster and crab cakes. Savor Asian specialties, Italian and Mexican cuisine, as well as a steakhouse. A fun burger joint is a casual place for all your favorites.

Feel like you are retreating to your own tropical islands at the Caribbean-inspired suites, that are beautifully appointed and even have their own rain shower in the inside bathroom. All boast a large private outdoor patio where you can sink into comfy lounge chairs and enjoy the sea breeze from a hammock. They offer exclusive access to a bar and pool, for an ultimate away-from-it-all experience. Spa staterooms were designed to have a calming effect with easy spa access and more.

Exciting entertainment includes productions shows, an IMAX Theatre showing Hollywood blockbusters, documentaries and more on a three-deck-high screen. It is part of the a huge complex that also features a theater for thrills — a multi-dimensional special effects experience, complete with popcorn. A comedy club with both family entertainment and adults-only shows will keep everyone filled with laughter. Go dancing at the disco and try your luck at the bustling casino.

Experience this exciting ship for yourself and bring the whole family along, as you experience fun and excitement on the Carnival Horizon.

Cruise on the Carnival Horizon to the Caribbean.

Carnival Cruise Line

Grand Suite

A Grand Suite aboard Carnival Horizon features even more space than the standard suite — there’s plenty of room in your room! This stateroom is loaded for an unparalleled experience: VIP check-in, a huge balcony, and a convenient dressing area with vanity. And outside your room, you’ll even enjoy access to the Havana Pool.(Guests 12 and up for this pool, please.)

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Havana Cabana Suite

You could call the Havana Cabana Suite the creme de la creme… but that's French. So here's your Spanish lesson for today: la habitación mejor. In "the best room" you'll find all the luxury of a suite, all decked out in Cuba-inspired decor. Outside your Havana Cabana Suite lies a private lounging area with your own deck chairs and hammock, plus exclusive access to Havana Pool area... not to mention amenities like VIP check-in, a walk-in closet, and a bathroom with one luxurious rain shower. (All Havana stateroom guests must be 12 or older.)

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Cloud 9 Spa Suite

A Cloud 9 Spa Suite is the ultimate in both stateroom and spa accommodations. There's room for you and your things — with a large room and balcony — and a walk-in closet. The soothing in-room whirlpool tub will help you stay relaxed after your relaxing spa treatment. And like all suites, a Cloud 9 Spa Suite features VIP check-in, which lets you easily get right up to your amazing stateroom.

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Family Suite

Family life is the sweet life, whether on land or at sea… and especially when in a Family Harbor Suite. Your whole crew will enjoy not only the stretch-out space, huge balcony and other perks a suite offers, but a nautical décor specially-designed for Family Harbor staterooms. And while you sail along, the kids and the adults can make use of exclusive access to the nearby Family Harbor Lounge, plus other exclusive perks around the ship. In-room, there’s a full bathroom… plus the convenience of a separate washroom. A private yacht it’s not… but leave the sailing to us — you’d rather be relaxing anyway.

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Ocean Suite

A Carnival Horizon suite is the ultimate way to cruise. With more space for stretching out indoors, plus a large balcony for kicking back outdoors, try an Ocean Suite to experience private, luxurious relaxation. Ocean Suites also include VIP check-in, walk-in closet and bathroom with whirlpool tub.

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Junior Suite

As you step into a Junior Suite aboard Carnival Horizon, you can't help but feel that you're stepping into full-size luxury in a smaller package. Featuring a standard-size balcony, in a Carnival Horizon Junior Suite you'll find everything else there is to love about a suite, including VIP check-in, a walk-in closet... and even a whirlpool tub for relaxing.

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Havana Premium Vista Balcony

Since no other one will do, we'll go ahead and invent a Spanish word to describe the Havana Premium Balcony stateroom: balconissimo. In this 'balconiest' of Havana staterooms, you'll find classic old-time Cuban decor that's practically overflowing with flavor. And outside — oh, that balcony! — it wraps around for maximum coverage, and the most sea-breezed private lounging area. For a mid-day change of scenery, you'll also have exclusive access to the Havana Pool area. (All Havana stateroom guests must be 12 or older.)

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Havana Premium Balcony

There's more to a Havana Premium Balcony stateroom than just the extra outdoor space for staring out at the ocean. A view like this is entertaining, and this balcony is designed for sharing it. Invite someone special to come along and share the comfy interior as well, featuring classic Havana decor and exclusive access to the Havana Pool area. (All Havana stateroom guests must be 12 or older.)

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Havana Aft-View Extended Balcony

For a stateroom with that classic Havana decor larger balcony and a great view, just look back. A Havana Aft-View Extended Balcony puts you in the rear of the ship, prime location already for enjoying a view of the sea and the ship's wake as you sail along... but perhaps even more so thanks to the larger balcony. And let's not forget about all that Havana flavor — both in-room and out — with exclusive access to the Havana Pool area. (All Havana stateroom guests must be 12 or older.)

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Havana Cabana Balcony

There are amenities by the handful in this Havana-flavored stateroom, but the one that'll excite you most of all is likely to be this: Havana Cabana staterooms come with an outdoor patio — complete with your own loungy deck chairs — right outside your room. They also feature Cuba-inspired decor, exclusive access to Havana Pool area and loads of sunlight with floor-to-ceiling window, but like we said... your very own deck chairs! (All Havana stateroom guests must be 12 or older.)

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Premium Balcony

We designed Carnival Horizon balcony staterooms for maximum sea breeze and the most stunning views, and this stateroom features a balcony that's even wider than our standard balcony. Enjoy the extra outdoor space, along with all the standard Carnival stateroom amenities.

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Cloud 9 Spa Balcony

Whether you're warming up for your spa appointment or winding down after your treatment, there's no better place to do it than on your Cloud 9 Spa Balcony. Breathing is important — take the ocean breeze in, then let it out — you're already getting the hang of the whole spa thing!

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Family Harbor Aft Balcony

This special room type features a unique nautical décor, full bathroom, generous amenities and exclusive perks that families love. But we’ve gotta talk about that balcony! First of all, “aft-view” means that your room faces backwards — the best way to watch the flow of the ship’s calm, gentle wake as we sail along. Oh, and the balcony you’ll enjoy it from is even bigger than in a standard balcony room! What we’re saying is that with this room you’ll have great choices about how to spend your time: curling up to comfort indoors, really stretching out outdoors… or enjoying the nearby exclusive Family Harbor Lounge!

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Family Cove Balcony

If your group likes to sail a little closer to the waves — or just in a calm location at the aft of the ship — choose a Family Harbor Cove Balcony stateroom. You’ll find your outpost a wave-watcher’s paradise… and while we can’t promise, you just might catch a living, swimming marine biology lesson from your railing! This stateroom features a unique nautical décor inspired by the craft of seafaring itself. The whole family will also enjoy exclusive access to the nearby Family Harbor Lounge, plus more great perks around the ship.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 8G (Balcony)

Balcony staterooms were designed for maximum sea breeze and the most stunning views, so look to a balcony if you're looking to cruise aboard Carnival Horizon. Any time you're in your room, you're just steps away from your own personal outdoor oasis, featuring the sort of sea view you can also feel.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 8F (Balcony)

Cove Balcony

Love the sea? Carnival Horizon Cove Balcony staterooms are the best way to see the sea — these rooms get you close to the waterline, and feature balconies that let you make the most of your location. Enjoy things from a whole new perspective: one amazing up-close view of the wake and sea foam as the ship cruises along.

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Guaranteed Balcony

Balcony staterooms are proof that while it’s great to be cruisey… on vacation, breeziness is a virtue too. And any time you’re in your well-appointed Balcony stateroom aboard Carnival Horizon, you’re just steps away from the outdoors by way of your private open-air oasis. Designed for kicking back al fresco, you’re in for some amazing ocean views… views so stunning you’ll just have to feel ‘em to believe ‘em.

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Cloud 9 Spa Ocean View (obstructed view)

The best way to enjoy the relaxing, invigorating Cloud 9 Spa while on a cruise is in a spa stateroom, and this one fits the bill, providing comfy accommodations and convenient, priority access to treatments and services at the Cloud 9 Spa. (Note that rooms of this type have obstructed views.)

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Family Deluxe Ocean View

Let the whole family — especially the little ones — experience the wide-eyed wonder of a room with a view: a Family Harbor Deluxe Ocean View stateroom. Not only are the sky, the sea and the sights beautiful to behold from your window, but Family Harbor staterooms feature a unique nautical décor inspired by the craft of seafaring itself. And while you sail along, the whole family will enjoy not only exclusive access to the nearby Family Harbor Lounge and more great perks around the ship, but a convenient full bathroom… plus a separate washroom.

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Deluxe Ocean View

On Carnival Horizon, Deluxe Ocean View staterooms are a great choice for families who want to let the sun shine in as they sail. Rooms of this type feature great views, a full bathroom — plus a separate washroom — and while stateroom configurations vary, certain Deluxe Ocean View rooms have space to sleep up to five cruisers.

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Family Ocean View

Let the whole family — especially the little ones — experience the wide-eyed wonder of sailing in a room with a view: a Family Harbor Ocean View stateroom. Not only will a vacation with a view like this help cultivate a lifelong love of the ocean, but Family Harbor staterooms feature a unique nautical décor inspired by the craft of seafaring itself. And while you sail along, the whole family will enjoy exclusive access to the nearby Family Harbor Lounge, plus more great perks around the ship.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 6B (Ocean View)

A picture window gives you views of scenery you won’t find anywhere on land, all from the comfort of your stateroom.Dedicated stateroom attendant, Soft, cozy linens, Plenty of closet and drawer space, In-room safe for valuables, Television, Stateroom climate control.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 6A (Ocean View)

A picture window gives you views of scenery you won’t find anywhere on land, all from the comfort of your stateroom. Dedicated stateroom attendant, Soft, cozy linens, Plenty of closet and drawer space, In-room safe for valuables, Television, Stateroom climate control.

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Guaranteed Ocean View

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Cloud 9 Spa Interior

We've taken the warm essence of our Cloud 9 Spa and infused it into your room, plus you’ll get exclusive spa perks for maximum relaxation. Dedicated stateroom attendant, Soft, cozy linens, Plenty of closet and drawer space, In-room safe for valuables, Television, Stateroom climate control.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 4S (Cloud 9 Spa Interior)

Havana Interior

This room is all flavorfully decked out in Old Havana style, plus there’s exclusive perks! (All Havana stateroom guests must be 12 or older.) Dedicated stateroom attendant, Soft, cozy linens, Plenty of closet and drawer space, In-room safe for valuables, Television, Stateroom climate control

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Family Interior

An affordable way to keep the family close, featuring a unique nautical décor and exclusive perks the whole gang is sure to love.Dedicated stateroom attendant, Soft, cozy linens, Plenty of closet and drawer space, In-room safe for valuables, Television, Stateroom climate control.

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Interior with Picture Window (obstructed view)

Your picture window gives you a view beyond your stateroom, to the observation deck outside, including a great sky view. (Note: view will be partially obstructed.) Dedicated stateroom attendant, Soft, cozy linens, Plenty of closet and drawer space, In-room safe for valuables, Television, Stateroom climate control.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 4I (Interior)

This is an affordable way to cruise without leaving out the comfort or convenience! Great for curling up after a long day of fun.Dedicated stateroom attendant, Soft, cozy linens, Plenty of closet and drawer space, In-room safe for valuables, Television, Stateroom climate control.

Sample Cabin Image for Category Code 4H (Interior)

A pair of round windows in your room give you the classic seafarer’s view times two, a view of the ocean without breaking the budget.Dedicated stateroom attendant, Soft, cozy linens, Plenty of closet and drawer space, In-room safe for valuables, Television, Stateroom climate control.

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Interior Upper/Lower

These staterooms are great for a pair of cruisers on a budget, creatively maximizing space with a different layout — featuring one Twin bed, and either an upper Pullman or sofa bed.

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Guaranteed Interior

View Deck Plan

Plan for 15 - Serenity Deck

BlueIguana Cantina

Deck: 10 - Lido

BlueIguana Cantina is Carnival Horizon’s onboard taco-and-burrito place, featuring freshly-made Mexican faves. Because BlueIguana is all about you, we’ll make it with the ingredients you choose — tell us which meat, veggies, rice and beans you’re in the mood for — and then we’ll hand it over to you for the finishing touches. Here, that means a detour to the salsa bar to fire it up... or if you’re not feeling the heat, that’s cool too. Any way you dress it, expect a meal that’s suited up to satisfy.

Cherry On Top

Cherry On Top

Deck: 5 - Promenade

A cruise is the perfect time to treat yourself to something sweet, and Cherry On Top happens to be the perfect place. You'll find this well-stocked candy-and-more-store not only great for enjoying some of your confectionery favorites, but the place to pick up food and apparel gifts for that special someone, even if — admit it — that someone happens to be you!

Cucina Del Capitano

Cucina Del Capitano

Cucina Del Capitano.

Fahrenheit 555 Steakhouse

Fahrenheit 555 Steakhouse

Haute cuisine meets atmosphere at Fahrenheit 555, a dining experience that stands toe-to-toe with some of the best steakhouses on land. Except this one’s at sea — aboard Carnival Horizon. Ours features your choice of steak cuts, lobster, lamb and more… and inside, there’s even a full bar that pours great pairings. Outside, there’s seating for dining al fresco. These are the building blocks of an amazing experience — delectable elements that combine with great service to offer an evening to remember.

Forward Restaurant

Forward Restaurant

Deck: 3 - Lobby

Guy's Burger Joint

Guy's Burger Joint

We call Carnival Horizon’s onboard burger spot Guy’s Burger Joint… and that’s “Guy” as in Guy Fieri. We teamed up with him to design not just the burgers and fries, but to help bring in the kind of rustic atmosphere you’d find at a roadside burger shack somewhere off a coastal highway. All signs point to ambiance — and serious flavor — so try a burger dressed up the way Guy likes it, or take it off-roading… to the nearby topping bar, where you can make it your own.

JavaBlue Cafe

JavaBlue Cafe

Ji Ji Asian Kitchen

Ji Ji Asian Kitchen

Ji Ji Asian Kitchen.

Pizzeria Del Capitano

Pizzeria Del Capitano

Shake Spot

Need a break from all the fun and sun? Grab something downright refreshing at Shake Spot, where we offer more than just your average shake. Of course, we’ve got you covered if you’re looking for a classic, but since you’re cruising, why not go for something tropical… or for the adults, maybe even spiked? With a variety of tempting, handcrafted shakes and indulgent floats, Shake Spot is your cool spot for something sweet.

The Chef's Table

The Chef's Table

When you cruise on Carnival Horizon, make sure to reserve a seat at The Chef’s Table. At this small gathering of foodies you’ll indulge in a cascading series of delectable plates as our chef… honestly, kind of shows off a little! And that’s a great thing for guests gathered around the table for dinner. Close your eyes as you savor a series of courses for the main event, but prepare to have them opened during a galley tour — a behind-the-scenes appetizer event that offers a look at where all that magic gets prepared.

Bonsai Sushi

Bonsai Sushi

Bonsai Sushi.

Ocean Plaza

Ocean Plaza

Ocean Plaza’s where it all comes together — and all in all, it’s all kinds of delicious. Enjoy live music, coffee and snacks, dancing… and best of all the outdoors are right next door, so expect extra helpings of sunshine and sea breezes, simply ripe for the sitting and savoring. Oh, and when nature’s all done sunning for the day, Ocean Plaza transforms into a spot that’s seriously stunning for the night. Get your nightlife — not to mention your daylife — done at Ocean Plaza.

Seafood Shack

Seafood Shack

Seafood Shack.

Fresh Creations

Fresh Creations

Deck: 15 - Serenity

Sun, sea… salad? Yep! Leave the pizza and burgers for the kids — or maybe just for later — because we’ve got an all-grown-up chopped salad station right inside Serenity. Fresh Creations is free and it’s there when you need it most: on sea days, those lazy afternoons of lounging around and enjoying all the good stuff your ship has to offer. There’s plenty of good here, starting with nearly a dozen varieties of greens (really!), tons of protein and veggie options… only to be topped by dressings creamy, vinaigretty… and in some cases freshly made right there. While made-to-order salads are always appealing, our chef has also designed a few specialties, like “Zensalada,” “Just Arugula Guy” and “Romaine Calm.” (Very punny, chef.)

Bonsai Teppanyaki

Bonsai Teppanyaki

Bonsai Teppanyaki.

Guy's Pig & Anchor Smokehouse | Brewhouse

Guy's Pig & Anchor Smokehouse | Brewhouse

Guy's Pig & Anchor Smokehouse | Brewhouse.

Meridian Restaurant

Meridian Restaurant

Decks: 3 - Lobby 4 - Mezzanine

Meridian Restaurant.

Reflection Restaurant

Reflection Restaurant

Reflection Restaurant.

Ware House Video arcade

Ware House Video arcade

Ware House Video Arcade.

Carnival Multiplex

Carnival Multiplex

Carnival Multiplex.

Carnival Seaside Theater

Carnival Seaside Theater

Deck: 12 - Spa, WaterWorks & Sports

Carnival Horizon actually features two movie theaters next door to one another, and we call the whole great big thing Carnival Multiplex. Behind door number one is an actual IMAX Theatre in all its huge-screen, huge-fun glory. And behind door number two? Thrill Theater lives there, and you’re invited to the 3D experience where jump-off-the-screen visuals are only the beginning of a, shall we say, truly moving experience.

Imax Theatre

Imax Theatre

To compare the IMAX experience to “just seeing a movie” is like calling a Carnival cruise “just a vacation.” It sounds right… but experienced folks know better. That’s why stepping into the IMAX Theatre you’ll find on a Carnival cruise is more like taking a brief escape from life. On the other side of the amazing screen you’ll find a world of first­ run Hollywood blockbusters, recent hit films and IMAX documentaries, all in a huge format that makes normal theaters look like your smartphone screen. And the only place you’ll find IMAX at sea On a Carnival cruise.

Horizon Casino

Horizon Casino

Deck: 4 - Mezzanine

The Library

The Library

For relaxing times, check out The Library , where great literature meets great wine! This intimate wine lounge features state-of-the-art self-serve dispensers. So swing by, pour yourself a bit of vino and unwind with quiet conversation, a board game, or by simply plucking a new book off the shelves for a good read.


What does the “C” in Circle “C” stand for? Well, “chill,” “connect” and “cool,” just to name a few. It’s where young teens ages 12 to 14 go to hang out, meet new friends, and enjoy some pretty awesome activities like dance parties, games, outdoor movies and more, in the special Circle “C” area or around the ship. It’s all supervised by friendly and fun-loving counselors who want your young teens to have the best vacation ever.

Club O2

What a hangout! From the moment your teen (age 15-17) steps into Club O2 they'll hang with friends, watch movies, listen to the latest music, play video games, join Karaoke jam sessions and more.

Fun Hub

Breathe in the salty sea air as you relax in the jacuzzi, stroll along the half-mile-long promenade and get spoiled by views, each more intoxicating than the last.


The Club House

Internet Cafe

Internet Cafe

Is vacation a time for disconnecting? Yes! But isn’t it a great time to stay connected and share the good times you’re having with everyone back home? Also yes! That’s why your Carnival cruise gives you options for just how in-touch you want to stay. Looking to share every moment as it happens, hashtag it up and get all the Likes? You’re gonna love our onboard WiFi, which lets you do the social thing and connect your phone, tablet or laptop wherever you are on the ship. Or are you looking to check in every now and then — have a look at your email, check the news and send a note home? Stop in to your ship’s Internet Café, sit down at a computer and enjoy the kinda-connected life. Vacation purist looking to get away from all the news feeds and trending whatevers? We dig your style — a Carnival cruise remains the disconnectedest kind of vacation.

Beach Pool

Havana Pool

On Carnival Horizon, the Serenity Adult Only Retreat is a place to relax in complete peace, as smooth as a sea breeze through a palm tree. Serenity’s the place to do the stuff that’s so hard to do in everyday life — reconnect with your partner, finish that book… or do absolutely, blissfully, nothing at all. Adults take note: Serenity even has you covered with a chopped salad station that’s open on sea days, featuring a menu that starts with a grand choice of greens, and finishes with your selection from among tons of delicious ingredients.

Tides Pool

DR.Seuss Waterworks

Splash into big-fun and way-whimsy — you could, you would, and you definitely should at Dr. Seuss WaterWorks, only aboard Carnival Horizon. When you open the book of vacation fun, flip directly to “completely soaking wet” — this onboard waterpark is where you’ll find your favorite Dr. Seuss characters making a splash. The centerpiece is the two big slides: The Cat’s Hat slide takes you twisting down the red and white stripes of the world’s most famous top-hat, while the Fun Things slide take you through all the topsy-turvy of having the blue-haired pair appear in your living room. With side-by-side racing slides, splashy water-spray toys and a giant tipping top-hat, Dr. Seuss WaterWorks on Carnival Horizon features fun fit for a red fish, a blue fish… a you fish!

Mini Golf

Ah, imagine a perfect day out on the links, the golfer's zen of the ball, the hole and nothing in between but well-manicured fairway... plus one cactus, a treasure chest... and wait, is that a windmill in the way? Just who designed this course anyway? Whoever it was, they had one thing in mind — maximum fun for mini-golfers, big and small! That's precisely why you'll find a course on every Carnival ship, where you can hit the holes and take in everything you’d expect, like the sights and the sounds... plus the seagulls.

Sky Ride

Deck: 14 - Spa

SkyRide is a bit like riding a bike — you’ll never forget it. But SkyRide is also completely unlike riding a bike, because when was the last time you biked around a ship, high above the deck and even higher above the sparkling blue sea? Zip safely around our two-lane suspended course in a pedal-powered go-mobile, in search of your biggest racing victory, a lower-body workout… or simply the greatest view.

SKYBOX Sports Bar

SKYBOX Sports Bar

Get hands-on with a game, a drink… and high-fives galore! SkyBox Sports Bar gets you right onto the 50-yard line of onboard sports action. Grab a drink or order some snacks — they’re great while kicking back and watching your favorite teams on one of the big screens, or just dropping by to check out real-time scores and headlines on the panoramic ticker. And if you’re feeling lucky, feel free to grab a controller and get a little competitive with the latest sports game titles. They’re free to play, so find a friend or three and get set for some serious play-action.

Fun Shops

Decks: 4 - Mezzanine 5 - Promenade

Everything from t-shirts to high-end timepieces, lockets to your favorite spirits (duty-free) - That's what you'll find at the shops of Carnival Magic located on the Promenade deck. Find the perfect "Fun Ship" gifts for friends, family or yourself.


Dreams Studio

Pixels Photo Gallery

Pixels Photo Gallery

Dance Floor

Dance Floor

When you’re on a Carnival cruise, there are plenty of places to bust out your moves when the mood strikes: in the dance club, at a deck party, in line for tandoori. Some people are born with all the right moves, but the rest of us need a little instruction to smooth the sharp edges off of ours. That’s why you’ll find a host of free dance classes that sail along with you, helping you make the most of your cruise… which is perfect because a cruise is just the kind of vacation that puts you in the dancing mood!

Shore Excursions

Shore Excursions

The best way to fill your day on shore is to explore our vacation destination's hot spots.

Dr. Seuss Bookville

Dr. Seuss Bookville

The Salon

A trip to the salon is an opportunity to relax, to chat with others, to focus on yourself. It’s about more than just getting your hair or nails done… but it’s definitely about getting your hair or nails done! Even though you’re on vacation, you won’t have to settle for anything less than the salon style you’re used to back on land. And these good looks go beyond the usual — we even offer services like teeth whitening… great for taking those ‘I’m on vacation and I’m looking great!’ smiles to the next level.

Cloud 9 Spa Treatment Rooms

Cloud 9 Spa Treatment Rooms

Decks: 14 - Spa 12 - Spa, WaterWorks & Sports

True or false: cruises are a time for relaxation. Our answer: whether you’re all action all the time, or chill to the core, everybody needs a chance to take it easy! And nobody will find an easier spot than Cloud 9 Spa aboard Carnival Horizon. This is an oasis built from the ground up for relaxation, from a full complement of traditional spa services like massages, facials, body wraps to the carefully-designed climates of Cloud 9’s thermal suites… rooms swirling with moist or dry air, each heated very precisely. It turns out it’s true: anyone can find a reason to say “ahhh” at Carnival Horizon’s Cloud 9 Spa.

Fitness Center

Fitness Center

We have some bad news for you — your ship has a gym. In other words, there’s no excuse for leaving your fitness routine back on land. That’s great news, however, for your body, which will definitely benefit from all the extra energy that vacationing pumps directly into you. And let’s not forget the extra time you’ll have, since you won’t be waking up and spending most of the day at the office or anything like that. If those were some of your go-to excuses, we’re sorry, but we all know this is important.

Relax Room

Sky Fitness

Hey, who left a gym on top of the cruise ship? Whoever it was, they’ve done us a favor! If you’re gonna sweat it out during your cruise, why not do it outdoors and enjoy a great sea breeze… and the greatest view? Grab some gloves and work the bag, grab a seat and work the bike, or work your way around the vita course for a little of everything. Speaking of variety, why not switch off between SkyFitness and the standard indoor gym, to work a little change of pace into your daily workout?

Thermal Suites

Thermal Suites

To be the king or queen of the thermostat — doesn't it feel great? While bending the elements to your will, finding that perfect temperature for relaxation is awesome… even better is not needing to. Carnival's Cloud 9 Spa thermal suites are dedicated relaxation zones with a variety of available environments, each carefully developed by our master climate artists. Whether you prefer to lounge in the dry heat of the Laconium or Tepidarium, or like a little soothing moisture in the air (in which case try the Oriental or Aroma steambaths), prepare to experience temperature nirvana.

Thrill Theater

Thrill Theater

Guest Sevices

Guest Sevices

So you're in the mood for some good eats, but you’d rather stay in your comfy, cozy stateroom? Really, who could blame you? Simply pick up the phone and order something from our tasty room service menu. And since you get hungry when you get hungry, room service is available any time of the day (or night) and delivered right to your door. Best of all — and you may not believe this — the food's even included in your fare.

Alchemy Bar

Alchemy Bar

You don’t need to be a mix-master to appreciate Alchemy – you just have to be up for trying something new. We’ve been stirring up some magic behind the scenes here at Carnival to produce a tasty series of all-new cocktails served at this unique vintage-themed cocktail “pharmacy.” Let our cocktail specialists prescribe you something from the bar, with both nonalcoholic and alcoholic elixirs to remedy what ails you. Or, create your own custom concoction from a variety of unique ingredients.


Blueiguana Tequila Bar

Havana Bar

A spot that's intriguing by night and friendly anytime, step into the Havana Bar and be transported to antebellum Cuba preserved today in old postcards, vintage literature… and classic delicacies. Take in great ocean views as you try something authentically Cuban, like café Cubano (that’s Cuban coffee!) or handcrafted Cuban cocktails (think daiquiris, mojitos and more). And this spot definitely doesn’t cool down when the sun goes down, with music and dancing keeping things hot well into the night.

Horizon Lobby & Bar

Horizon Lobby & Bar

Piano Bar 88

Piano Bar 88

Plaza Bar

RedFrog Rum Bar

Tides Bar

Family Harbor Lounge

Lido Marketplace

Lido Marketplace

Liquid Lounge

Liquid Lounge


Jogging Track

Jogging Track.

Horizon Atrium

Horizon Atrium


Decks: 15 - Serenity 10 - Lido 5 - Promenade


Lower Promenade

Lower Promenade.

Carnival Adventures

Carnival Adventures

Carnival Adventures.

Horizon Atrium and Bar

Horizon Atrium and Bar

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Grand Princess cruise ship bound for Adelaide suffers dual COVID-19, gastroenteritis outbreaks

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SA Health says a cruise liner bound for Adelaide from Queensland is dealing with outbreaks of both COVID-19 and gastroenteritis.

Key points:

  • SA Health says a cruise ship heading to Adelaide is dealing with outbreaks of COVID and gastro
  • SA Health has not confirmed how many people on board are infected
  • SA is experiencing a rise in both gastro-related illnesses and COVID cases

The Grand Princess — operated by Princess Cruises — is expected to arrive in Port Adelaide on Monday.

Grand Princess passenger, Maureen Monk, said there was a lack of communication onboard that she believed created an "unsafe environment" for passengers.

"The communication was not there at all, none of the guests really knew what was going on," she said.

Ms Monk set out on a 14-day cruise around Australia on the Grand Princess but said it became apparent on the second day of her trip that some passengers were becoming unwell.

"The first two days there was nothing in place … we took it upon ourselves to sanitise, which a lot of people weren't doing," she said.

Ms Monk said crew began serving guests food, including at buffets, due to illness and staff were stationed near hand-washing points. 

"I felt so sorry for them," she said.

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SA Health has not confirmed how many people have been infected with either COVID-19 or gastroenteritis on the ship, which has a total capacity of 4,000 including crew.

Ms Monk said she noticed an increasing number of passengers confined to their rooms.

"There was a cabin across from me that was served breakfast, lunch and dinner for 10 days," she said.

Ms Monk said the captain announced there were COVID-19 cases on board about a week after they said people were sick with gastroenteritis.

"Speaking to other guests, it was quite common that the person they were travelling with was confined, or just come out of confinement, or sick," Ms Monk said.

"If there was two in the room and one was sick, one could leave and one couldn't.

"[The rules] didn't make sense to me."

The ship's operator, Princess Cruises, didn't respond to questions by the ABC.

In a statement, SA Health said the cruise ship operator has strict processes to manage outbreaks of communicable diseases.

'Significant COVID spike' in SA

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South Australia has been experiencing a rise in gastro cases , as well as being in the middle of a COVID wave.

"There's a significant COVID spike underway and that's having an impact in the community," South Australia's Premier Peter Malinauskas said.

On Friday, SA Health reported a total of 2,493 COVID-19 cases for the previous week — 793 cases more than the previous reporting period.

SA Health said there were 33 patients in hospital during the reporting period, including three in intensive care.

"When we see a spike of the number COVID cases in an environment when people aren't testing themselves anymore you know there's a lot in the community," Mr Malinauskas said.

"It's having an impact on the health system."

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What were we thinking of when we designed the new Sun Princess? You.

We pondered everything, so you can feel the love on the cruise vacation of your dreams.

Because here, the sun revolves around you.

Park19 – an adventure that’s tops

We know you love spending time with your favorite people, so we created a (tip)top-deck space everyone can enjoy...together. Soar like a bird 19 decks above the waves on the Sea Breeze Rollglider®, a first at sea.(You can even go for a ride now with this AR preview!) It's just a taste of what you'll find at this wonderland for kids and adults alike.

Sea Breeze Rollglider® and The Net Ropes Course

Infinite horizon tilt wall, coastal climb, splash pad & the lookout, be spellbound on sun princess.

What’s behind the black door? Spellbound, a spectacular one-of-a-kind experience created in partnership with The Magic Castle™. This Victorian-themed bar features magicians performing mind-bending entertainment, themed rooms and theatrical cocktails served with sleight of hand. Feel like you’ve stepped into Hollywood’s iconic Magic Castle™, where time stands still and your imagination runs wild.

Inaugural Cruise : 2024 | Guest Cabins : 2150 | Guest Capacity : 4,300 | Number of Decks : 21 | Tonnage : 175,500 | Length : 1,133 feet

Get ready for the greatest entertainment under the Sun.

This glass-enclosed dome is multilevel AND multipurpose: pool by sunlight, stage for shows by starlight. It features acrobatic performances created in partnership with the renowned Cirque Éloize .

Come fly away, "ooh" and "ahh" over artists who fuse acrobatics, dance, comedy and daring feats to visually dazzle you in the dome, a pretty breathtaking venue in its own right. that's just a taste of what you expect from three new dome shows created in collaboration with world-renowned cirque éloize ..

We know you enjoy sweeping views, so we built our Piazza in a sphere of glass.

See the world in a whole new light.

It’s more than ocean vistas in every direction; it’s being immersed in the world around you like never before. The heartbeat of our ship, our Piazza may have been inspired by the town squares of Europe, but her evolution is out of this world.

The Venues of The Piazza

Coffee currents, bellini's cocktail bar, alfredo's pizzeria, international cafe, princess arena.

We know you want amazing entertainment, so we made our theater a showstopper.

Our most technologically advanced performance space can shapeshift into different designs, even in the round, to suit all our new production shows.

Vallora, a pirate quest, stage struck, viva la música, horizons dining room.

We know you love great food, so we’ve elevated our dining – three decks high.

When it came to our main dining room, we dreamed big...or should we say "tall"? Three stories, an elegant design, multicourse meals guests rave about and a different experience for each level.

Whether new favorites or fan favorites, when it comes to dining, the flavors shine through., crown grill, sabatini's italian trattoria, world fresh marketplace, umai teppanyaki, o'malley's irish pub, the promenade, wheelhouse bar, good spirits at sea, soak up the relaxation.

We know you crave relaxation, so we created even more places to come feel the "ahhh!"

The views revolve around you.

In these all-new spaces, all you gotta do to recharge is take in the ocean vistas. Our Sea View Terrace sets the tone at the front, while the new Wake View Terrace features an infinity pool and aft life redefined.

Soak up the fun.

We've surrounded this preferred poolside spot with lots of options for food and drinks: Lido Grill, Lido Slice by Alfredo’s, Lido Tacos, Lido Greens, Coffee & Cones and THREE bars.

Lotus Spa® - Now Two Stories!

The sanctuary, sea view terrace, family & kids.

Psst...kids, want your own space? Firefly Park, Neon Grove and The Underground are ALL YOURS.

With games, themed events and activities all reserved for you. So let the adults have their fun; you’ll have yours too.

Firefly Park Kids Club

Neon grove tweens club, the underground teen lounge, accommodations, we know you want new accommodations, so we designed a variety of them.

Reserve Collection, debuting on Sun Princess®, includes premium location Mini-Suites and Cabanas, plus exclusive access to a private restaurant and additional luxuries.

Introducing the Signature Collection, exclusively on Sun Princess®. In addition to premium stateroom amenities, Signature Collection Suites include access to the Signature Restaurant, Signature Lounge and private Signature Sun Deck, a private area of the Sanctuary.

Signature Sun Deck

Signature lounge, signature restaurant, reserve collection restuarant, cabana deck, premium accomodations.

Some things just go together, like relaxation and premium accommodations. The bonus? Staterooms that take lounging and views to the next level with more possibilities than ever before. See what we mean!

From the moment you step aboard, we want you to feel welcomed and right at home. And with attentive service from a friendly staff that knows what hospitality means, you’ll find your Princess® ship truly is your home away from home.

Photos, floor plan diagrams, amenities, and furnishings represent typical arrangements and may vary by ship and stateroom.

  • Signature Sky Suite
  • Signature Collection Suites
  • Cabana Mini-Suite
  • Deluxe Balcony
  • Premium Oceanview
  • Wheelchair-Accessible

Our Largest, Most Premium Stateroom With Accommodations for Up to Five Guests

The exceptional features of a Signature Sky Suite include luxurious appointments, an expansive stateroom and balcony featuring two bedrooms, two bathrooms, one with a full bath with tub and separate shower, a seating area and sofa bed. Along with special suite-only benefits, this stateroom includes access to the Signature Restaurant, Signature Lounge and private Signature area of The Sanctuary.

In addition to premium stateroom amenities, Signature Collection suites include access to the Signature Restaurant, Signature Lounge and Signature Sun Deck, a private area of the Sanctuary.

  • Approx. 1,262 sq. ft., including balcony
  • Pre-Cruise Shoreside Concierge
  • Seamless curb to suite experience
  • Suite Experience Manager to service your every need
  • Reserved Princess Cays® bungalow ~
  • Premium Champagne upon arrival
  • Two full bottle bar setup & mixers
  • Complimentary Princess Fine Wine Tasting
  • Private shopping concierge
  • Complimentary Ultimate Balcony Breakfast and Dinner
  • Luxury balcony furniture 
  • Living area with sofa that sleeps one ▲
  • Master bedroom with Princess Luxury Bed
  • Private master bathroom with bathtub and separate rain shower
  • Spacious closet and vanity/desk in master bedroom
  • Second bedroom with Princess Luxury Bed (queen or pair of twin beds) ▲
  • Spacious closet and vanity/desk in second bedroom
  • Luxury bedroom and bathroom linens
  • Upgraded bathrobes and slippers
  • Luxury bathroom amenities
  • Portable hairdryer
  • Nespresso machine

▲ 3rd/4th/5th berths available ~ Applicable on voyages that visit Princess Cays

The Most Relaxing Accommodations at Sea

Surrounding you with deluxe accommodations, a spacious Signature Penthouse Suite with balcony includes all the amenities of our Signature Collection, including access to the Signature Restaurant, Signature Lounge and Signature Sun Deck, a private area of The Sanctuary. Enjoy more living space, a separate seating area with sofa bed, enhanced amenities that range from priority embarkation and disembarkation to a complimentary mini-bar setup in suite and so much more.

  • Approx. 304 to 636 sq. ft., including balcony
  • Luxury balcony furniture
  • 2 floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors
  • Separate sitting area with sofa bed, chair and 2 tables
  • One complimentary mini-bar setup and free daily bottled water
  • Spacious closet
  • Complimentary laundry and professional cleaning services
  • Complimentary dinner at specialty restaurant on embarkation evening^
  • Priority reservations for specialty restaurants and shore excursions
  • Priority disembarkation at tender ports
  • Comfortable queen or two twin beds ▲
  • Refrigerator
  • Two flat-panel televisions
  • Private bathroom with tub and separate shower ‡
  • 100% cotton, high-thread count linens
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service †
  • Desk with chair
  • Hair dryer & fine bathroom amenities
  • Digital security safe

▲ 3rd/4th berths available in select cabins. ‡ Separate tubs are available in Signature Sky Suites, Signature Owner’s Suites and Signature Penthouse Suites. † Charges apply for balcony dinner, pizza delivery and beverages. Subject to change. ^ Applicable on cruises six days or longer. Reservations can be made once onboard your ship.

Enjoy Breathtaking Views in This Resort-Style Stateroom

The Cabana stateroom features a balcony, a private cabana, unique outdoor furniture and an extra-large private lounge space that lets you take in the fresh sea air. Unwind inside with a separate sitting area with sofa bed and premium bathroom amenities. Enjoy Reserve Collection upgrades on select Cabana Mini-Suites. In addition to the great amenities found in all Cabana Mini-Suites, you will receive Reserve Collection upgrades, including access to the Reserve Collection Restaurant.

  • Approximately 329 sq. ft., including balcony and cabana
  • Balcony with 2-4 chairs, table and ottoman
  • Private cabana beside your balcony for an extra-large outdoor lounge space
  • Access to the Cabana Deck, an outdoor lounge space exclusively for Reserve Cabana staterooms
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors
  • Separate sitting area with sofa bed & coffee table
  • Complimentary welcome glass of bubbly on embarkation day
  • Luxury mattress topper and pillows
  • Hair dryer & bathroom amenities

▲3rd/4th berths available in select staterooms. †Charges apply for balcony dinner, pizza delivery and beverages. Subject to change.

Treat Yourself Every Time You Walk Into Your Stateroom

A complimentary glass of bubbly isn't the only perk you enjoy when you choose a Mini-Suite. It's substantially larger than a balcony stateroom and includes a separate seating area with sofa bed as well as two flat-panel TVs. Need a little extra space for your family or group? A Mini-Suite is the option for you. Enjoy Reserve Collection upgrades on select Mini-Suites. In addition to the great amenities found in all Mini-Suites, you will receive Reserve Collection upgrades, including access to the Reserve Collection Restaurant.

  • Approximately 303 sq. ft., including balcony

A Front Row Seat for Beautiful Scenery

This inspired stateroom offers the added indulgence of a private balcony with well-appointed outdoor furniture and a relaxing view of the scenery that surrounds you, whether a rainbow-colored sunset over the ocean or a new city to explore. It’s also the perfect setting for cocktails before dinner or a leisurely breakfast.

  • Approximately 235 sq. ft., including balcony
  • Balcony with 2 chairs and table
  • Comfortable queen or pair of twin beds ▲
  • Flat-panel television
  • Private bathroom with shower

▲3rd/4th berths available in select cabins. †Charges apply for balcony dinner, pizza delivery and beverages. Subject to change.

A Room With an Expansive View

Whether the calm of the deep blue sea or the adventure of a new city on the horizon, the Premium Oceanview stateroom ensures picture-perfect snapshots from the comfort of your room. This stateroom includes all the amenities of an interior room and the added benefit of ocean views that bring an airy openness to the space.

  • Approx. 212 sq. ft.
  • Stunning ocean-view window

▲3rd/4th berths available in select cabins. †Charges apply for pizza delivery and beverages. Subject to change.

Our Most Affordable Option for Guests Who Just Want a Comfortable Spot to Recharge

An interior is the perfect place to recharge your batteries. Our most affordable option, these staterooms feature two twin beds or a queen-size bed and the basic amenities you expect, from flat-panel TV to in-room refrigerator.

  • Approx. 136 to 145 sq ft.
  • Comfortable queen or pair of twin beds ▲♦

▲3rd/4th berths available in select cabins. ♦Single-occupancy interior staterooms with queen bed available.

For Guests with Limited Mobility

Princess offers a selection of staterooms that provide full wheelchair-turning space. In addition, these staterooms include either a roll-in shower or transfer shower equipped with grab bars and a fold-down bench seat, an easy access closet and accessible writing desk.

Note: ADA accessible stateroom shown is on board Sky Princess®. Amenities and stateroom arrangements vary by ship. Certain stateroom categories may vary in size and configuration by ship. Call Princess for more information or send inquiries to the Access Office via email at  [email protected] .

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