Carnival Breeze Cruise Ship: Expert Reviews & Passport Information

Carnival Breeze Overview

Length Overall1004 Feet (306 meters)
Under Flag ofNo
Built ByFincantieri
Width (Beam)121 Feet (37 meters)
Tonnage128052 gross ton
Year Built2012
The cost to Build at Time$740,000,000
Owner and or Operated byCarnival Corporation & PLC
Speed in Knots/mph23 knots,26 mph
Number of Passengers3690 – 4428
Number of Crew1386
Decks with Cabins9
Last Refurbishment2017

In 2012, Carnival announced the newest addition to its luxury cruise line as the Breeze made its debut voyage. Weighing a stunning 130,000 tons, the ship carries up to 3,690 passengers and features amenities offered by the company’s $500 million Fun-Ship-2.0 projects.

When it comes to activities, this cruise line has more than you could ask for. Adults looking to enjoy a night-out experience while aboard the ship can venture out to the Liquid Nightclub. A Piano Bar is available to those looking for a quieter musically-theme night out. Cloud 9 Spa and the Serenity Adult Retreat make for a relaxing addition to any voyage. The Seaside Theater offers “dive in” movies, complete with blankets and popcorn.

Carnival Breeze Details

  • Home Port: Galveston Texas
  • Destination: Eastern Caribbean, Western Caribbean, and Southern Caribbean
  • Capacity:3690 Passengers
  • Port of Registry: Panama
  • Crew: 1386

The Carnival Breeze is a complete family cruise ship, too. Deck 11 features a massive play area for children aged 2 to 11 called Camp Carnival. Separate areas for Tweens (ages 12-14) and Teens (ages 15-17) include Wii video games, dance-floors, and more. Other children activities include Seuss at Sea, Camp Ocean, and Night Owls.

For those looking to get a little wet on their voyage, the Carnival Breeze does not disappoint. The ship presents its own onboard water park, the aptly-named “Waterworks.” The ship features water slides such as the Drainpipe and Twister, the PowerDrencher dump bucket, three pools, seven hot tubs, and a “spray-ground.” Knowing fun in the sun is not all water-based, the ship also offers the SportsSquare. This includes a 230-foot rope course, a jogging track, sports court, foosball, and two-level miniature golf course all built in.

An all-inclusive fun in the sun adventure, the Breeze perfectly combines luxury with a family cruise atmosphere. With cruise prices ranging from $400 to $1,600 per person, there is absolutely no reason not to book your cruise now.