Cruise lines have committed billions of dollars into renovating their cruise ships. Carnival Cruise Line has announced that one of their cruise ships has returned to service after a two week dry dock that saw new enhancements and innovations added to the vessel.
Carnival Cruise Line invested 350,000 man hours over 14 days upgrading Carnival Spirit. The cruise ship spent two weeks at a dry dock in Singapore and now boasts new updates and additions to the family friendly entertainment offerings onboard.
Carnival Spirit is the first ship in Carnival’s fleet to receive the brand new creative studio named SoulPlay, launched specifically for its Australian guests. Designed for all age groups, this is the ideal space to have fun with the family while participating in creative and trendy craft activities and desigining colourful pieces of art to take home or gift to others.
The Pixels Digital Photo Gallery has been added to the ship allowing guests to view and purchase their photos via their smartphones or on iPads located at the upgraded kiosk.
The retail experience has been totally re-designed to include an enhanced, state-of-the-art and world class duty-free shopping, offering an ideal mix of local and global sought-after brands such as Seafolly, Quay Australia, Swarovski, Swatch, Lacoste and Clinique.
The Warehouse, the highly anticipated video arcade, has been added to Carnival Spirit. The arcade boasts a wide range of the latest arcade games that appeal to tweens and teens.
An updated Fitness Centre onboard now offers guests the latest in cardio fitness equipment to continue their fitness routine while cruising.
Carnival Spirit is a 88,500 gross ton cruise ship that carries 2,124 passengers. The ship went into service in 2001 and currently sails a variety of three to 10 night cruises from Sydney, Australia.