Cruise News First Look at Carnival's Newest Cruise Ship Waterpark

First Look at Carnival’s Newest Cruise Ship Waterpark

Carnival Cruise Line continues to pour millions in updating their cruise ships and Carnival Glory recently returned from drydock with the addition of the cruise line’s WaterWorks waterpark.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held aboard Carnival Glory to officially mark the grand opening of an expansive WaterWorks park featuring the new AquaTunnel slide, as well as the line’s signature Twister slide, which were added during a recent renovation. Located on Deck 12, WaterWorks also features a 75-gallon PowerDrencher tipping bucket and kiddie area with dual mini-racing slides and a variety of water toys, promising lots of splash-tastic fun.

AquaTunnel is an exciting new water slide concept for Carnival, providing both the young and the young at heart an exhilarating ride while they enjoy spectacular views zipping down a 203-foot-long enclosed translucent tube. Also featured is a 212-foot-long Twister slide, a thrilling corkscrew water attraction full of heart-racing twists and turns.

WaterWorks complements the wide range of family-friendly offerings available on Carnival Glory, including Seuss at Sea, an exclusive partnership with Dr. Seuss Enterprises; Hasbro, The Game Show, with larger-than-life adaptations of the company’s iconic games; all-ages shows at the Punchliner Comedy Club, and fun, supervised programming for kids in three age groups.

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Carnival Glory operates year-round seven-day cruises to the Caribbean from the Cruise Capital of the World, PortMiami.

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Cruise News First Look at Carnival's Newest Cruise Ship Waterpark

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  1. You’d think from reading this that the slides went in during the 2-week drydock, when in fact, construction was over 6 weeks, including at least 4 weeks at sea with passengers aboard. For atleast 2 of those cruises, passengers were not advised of the loss of the existing waterslide or of the construction noise that they would experience in the pool area.

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