Yesterday, Carnival Cruise Line announced a monster $200 million renovation that will transform Carnival Triumph into Carnival Sunrise. The cruise ship is scheduled to go into dry dock in March 2019 where the entire ship will undergo a radical transformation.
In addition to the many new public areas (restaurants, lounges etc), Carnival Cruise Line is adding 115 new staterooms on the cruise ship. From new suites to six Scenic Ocean View staterooms, here is a rundown of the stateroom changes that will be on Carnival Sunrise.
Carnival Triumph currently features eight ocean view Grand Suites and 42 Ocean Suites and Junior Suites. Carnival Sunrise will have two balcony Captain Suites, 10 balcony Grand Suites, and 41 balcony Ocean Suites. The ship will feature three more suites after the transformation.
Carnival Sunrise will have 6 of the popular Scenic Ocean View staterooms. These cabins are often reserved six months or more in advance on the few Carnival ships that have them.
There will be 30 additional balcony cabins added during the dry dock bringing the total on the cruise ship to 502.
Carnival Sunrise will have 302 ocean view and 512 interior cabins. In addition, there will be 17 ocean view and interior staterooms that will have upper/lower and twin/sofa beds.
The ship will have a total of 1492 cabins including 46 Accessible Staterooms (up from 31 on Carnival Triumph). The rundown of each cabin type is:
- 2 balcony Captain Suites
- 10 balcony Grand Suites
- 41 balcony Ocean Suites
- 502 balcony staterooms
- 6 Scenic Ocean View staterooms
- 302 ocean view window staterooms
- 512 interior staterooms
- 17 ocean view and interior upper/lower and twin/sofa bed staterooms
Staterooms on Carnival Sunrise will feature: telephone, 110 AC power outlet, individual climate control, Carnival Comfort Bed Collection, non-stocked mini bar unit, hair dryer, safe and interactive flat-screen TV.
For more information on the transformation of Carnival Triumph into Carnival Sunrise, click here.