Carnival Breeze: first cruise from Venice
Carnival Breeze: first cruise from Venice

Carnival Breeze: first cruise from Venice

Carnival Breeze, the newest cruise ship of the Carnival company, departed for its first cruise travel on June 3, 2012. After staying in Venice the liner will travel for 12 days in the Mediterranean Sea to arrive at the port of Barcelona.

During its first cruise Carnival Breeze will visit such well-known Mediterranean cities as Dubrovnik, the port of Athens - Piraeus, Izmir, Messina, Rome port Civitavecchia, Livorno, Monte Carlo and Marseille. Among the non-standard ports is Palma de Mallorca, which the ship will visit on June 15 and September 7. According to the program, cruise ship will stop for overnight stays in Venice and Civitavecchia.

Carnival Breeze represents the Dream class, the largest type of ships of the Carnival Cruises, which also include such liners as Carnival Dream and Carnival Magic. It can receive up to 3690 passengers. The cost of the liner’s construction is estimated at $740 million. It was constructed at Fincantieri shipyard in Italy.

The liner presented a number of innovations from Carnival Cruise Lines. Here the company introduced a wide range of new entertainment and restaurants. Among them are Thrill Theater visual attraction and Bonsai Sushi - the first Japanese restaurant on Carnival ships.

Among the options available on the Carnival Breeze, but which are considered standard for all classes of Dream ships, are Cloud 9 Spa complex, promenade with jacuzzi and WaterWorks water park.

After the end of the season in the Mediterranean Sea the ship will move to Miami. Transatlantic cruise is scheduled for October 15, 2012 and departs from Barcelona. Carnival Breeze will operate in the Caribbean Sea during the whole winter season. Its first Caribbean cruise will start in Miami on November 24, 2012.

Ilya Kalachev

Date: 17/06/2012


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