Carnival Triumph Cruise Ship: Expert Reviews & Passport Information

Carnival Triumph Overview

Length Overall892 Feet (272 meters)
Under Flag ofBahamas
Built ByFincantieri
Width (Beam)125 Feet (38 meters)
Tonnage101509 gross ton
Year Built1999
Cost to Build at Time$420,000,000
Owner and or Operated byCarnival Corporation & PLC
Speed in Knots/mph21 knots,24 mph
Number of Passengers2758 – 3310
Number of Crew1040
Decks with Cabins8
Last Refurbishment2016

In 1999, the Carnival Triumph made its maiden voyage on the open ocean as the second ship to enter the Destiny class.

Carnival Triumph Fabulous Amenities

The 101,000-ton, 2,758 passenger luxury cruise ship set the bar for all future Carnival cruise ships. Its impressive nine-deck atrium, 9,000 square foot casino, and stunning three-deck-high showroom with its one of a kind DNA-inspired chandelier. The Promenade deck is constantly buzzing with a variety of bars and entertainment venues surrounding it. Overall, 18 bars and lounges feature a variance of themes. Including a sports bar, wine bar, and a piano bar called the Big Easy. Big Easy features unique walls created from thousands of real oyster shells collected from New Orleans’ famous Acme Oyster House. A classic disco room displays lavish purple chairs and glass panels filled with bubbles. While those looking for a more elegant, subdued feel can visit the lounge one deck below for cocktails or a cigar.

Exquisite Dining

Diners have the option of several eateries to keep things fresh throughout their voyage. Two 2-deck high dining rooms featuring stunning ocean views. There is also a casual 2-deck high indoor/outdoor buffet. You can stop at the sushi bar. Or, the 24-hour pizza place. The café provides a range of dining choices for passengers to sample, including Asian to deli-style sandwiches, burgers, salads and more.

Those looking to experience a more water-base vacation have access to four swimming pools and seven hot tubs. The kids will love the 214-foot long three-deck-high spiral water slide. Not forgetting the children, the Triumph is a great all-ages family cruise. A 1,300-square-foot indoor-outdoor children’s play center is located on a top deck and contains its own pool, a video arcade for kids of all ages, and a teen club complete with a dance floor and soft-drink bar.

When you book a cruise aboard the Carnival Triumph you are bound to find enjoyment on every deck.



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