Carnival Dream Cruise Ship: Expert Reviews & Passport Information

Carnival Dream Overview

Length Overall1001 Feet (305 meters)
Under Flag ofPanama
Built ByFincantieri
Width (Beam)121 Feet (37 meters)
Tonnage128251 gross ton
Year Built2009
Cost to Build at Time$740,000,000
Owner and or Operated byCarnival Corporation & PLC
Speed in Knots/mph23 knots,26 mph
Number of Passengers3626 – 4533
Number of Crew1369
Decks14
Decks with Cabins9
Cabins1813
Last Refurbishment2017

Carnival DreamCarnival has a track record for stellar cruise ships, but its largest vessel – the Carnival Dream – might just take the cake. Weighing in at a massive 130,000 tons, this luxury cruise is capable of carrying an astounding 3,646 passengers. More than any other Carnival ship out there.

Constructed in 2009, Dream is the most modern, high-end ship in the fleet when compared to its older siblings. That is saying something. Considering even the oldest Carnival cruise ships are constantly updated and offer the highest-ends in entertainment today. Dream takes the positives from its predecessors and innovates the cruise model to give a new, fresh experience on the sea.

Amenities

In terms of the indoor-outdoor entertainment, the Lanai is out of this world. Stretching from one end of the ship to the other. This entertainment space has a pair of gigantic ocean-view hot tubs, a cafe, and a bar. At night, the Lanai is host to a Carnival first: 15-minute laser shows that feature classic rock music from Pink Floyd, to Van Halen, to Boston.

Dining

If you are over 21 and in a partying mood, Decks 4 and 5 are made for parties. Outfit with several bars, these decks make bar hopping on the ocean as enjoyable as possible. But if a boozy evening is not your cup, the ship three-story lounge, two high-end restaurants, sushi bar, steakhouse, and two-story buffet might be more your speed.

The cabins are, as usual on Carnival cruises, roomy and comfortable. At 185 square feet, each cabin sports a small sitting space and mini-bar.

With prices ranging from $600 to $2,000, Dream is one of the best ways to book a cruise. Just be sure to snag a seat before they are all gone!

Comments

comments

More Relevant Articles

Passport vs Travel Visa: What is the Difference?

August 10, 2018 By waleed

Where Can I Travel With Just A Passport Card?

August 10, 2018 By waleed

Help! When Should I Update My Passport Photo?

August 10, 2018 By waleed

Say Cheese! Taking a Look at Passport Photo Requirements

August 3, 2018 By waleed

What Can Stop You From Getting a Passport?

July 9, 2018 By waleed

What Are the New Passport Laws for 2018?

July 6, 2018 By waleed