How Many Cruise Ships Does Carnival Cruise Line Have?

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Carnival cruise ships in port

Carnival Cruise lines is the largest cruise line in the world right now in terms of the number of passengers it carries on a yearly basis.  Its parent company owns 11 other cruise lines including some of the more popular ones like Princess, Holland America, and Costa Cruise Lines.

You might be wondering how many ships in are in the cruise line’s fleet because it will give you more options to choose from when going on a cruise vacation, but there is a reason Carnival has so many great ships to sail on.

But how many cruise ships does Carnival Cruise Lines have right now?

With the brand new Carnival Dream and Carnival Magic the cruise line has 24 cruise ships.

This will be 2 more than Royal Caribbean, which has 22 cruise ships with the addition of the mega ships, Oasis of the Seas and the Allure of the Seas.

Carnival has become world reknown for creating shorter cruises that people of all ages can enjoy.  They cater to families and a younger audience, but also offer a lot of amenities for those in their golden years of life as well.

“The Fun Ships”  is what Carnival calls their fleet of vessels that carry fun-loving passengers all over the world.  These ships also carry with them the award winning youth program called Camp Carnival which has been a huge success.  And if the kids are happy on the cruise ship, it makes for a better experience for everyone right?

With so many ships from Carnival it shouldn’t be hard to find a ship at a port near you.  You can read a few of our Carnival ship reviews here, and check out some of the cool features that each one has.

Here is a list of all of the cruise ships Carnival has right now:

Dream Class
Carnival Breeze
Carnival Magic
Carnival Dream

Fantasy Class
Carnival Fantasy
Carnival Ecstasy
Carnival Sensation
Carnival Fascination
Carnival Imagination
Carnival Inspiration
Carnival Elation
Carnival Paradise

Sunshine Class
Carnival Sunshine

Triumph Class
Carnival Triumph
Carnival Victory

Conquest Class
Carnival Conquest
Carnival Glory
Carnival Valor
Carnival Liberty
Carnival Freedom

Splendor Class
Carnival Splendor

Spirit Class
Carnival Spirit
Carnival Pride
Carnival Legend
Carnival Miracle

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Comments

  1. Elvis Irvan says:

    we have never been on a cruise so our whole family decided to go on one ,the cruise was fun but when we arrived at the bahamas it was very complicated to get off the ship on the 3rd floor needed to be marked better also took so long getting off the boat at the end they announced on the speaker for decks 11 and 7 to exit ,when we got in the hall way on deck they told us if we put our bag out by the door then we had to wait so 200 people went by us then they told us to go to level 9 and wait for 1 hour finally they called our zone 10 what a mess then when we went through customs they was taking oranges and banannas out of peoples bags and purses that was from the ship so we saw a line that they wasn’t so we went under the rope and he was so nice just checed our i.d. and said come on through ,we was told that the ft lauderdale port was so much better .another thing was we called and asked if we could bring a small fan from home and they said if if was packed in our bags we could so when we got on ship they brought our bags and ,no fan they took it but my son had his fan and he was in the room next to me same kind of fan ,your rules are very confusing you need to give people a sheet of do’s and don’ts other than that the cruise was great service was great the food was bland anyway just thought you should know oh yeah no fountian soda’s ?only tea and lemonade to drink

    • Hmmmmm…..sounds like you would be better off to go camping at the creek than to go on a cruise. It takes a certain amount of class to actually function in a public setting.

  2. Scott Lewis says:

    This article reads like a press release from Carnival. It lacks credibility and balance.

  3. cameron Jones says:

    Im glad that carnival cruise lines is such a success. I am one of the original crew members. of the very first cruise . on the Madi Gras,the carnival and the festival .Boy did we struggle to get things going in those days. Seem like every cruise some thing would go wrong. But the old man hang in there with carnival . And it has paid off.

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