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 Carnival Imagination

The Carnival Imagination is the fifth of the Fantasy - class ships. She looks a lot different now than she did during her inaugural cruise in 1995. As part of Carnival's 250 million dollar project for this class of ships, called "Evolutions of Fun", the Carnival Imagination has been re-imagined. This fun ship now has a Water Park featuring a four story, 300 ft. water slide, and a children's water play area, to name a few of the new additions. The main Lido deck pool has been been upgraded to a resort style pool. They didn't forget the adults during this ship's transformation. Men and women alike will enjoy the new Serenity Adult Retreat Area that is complete with two new whirlpools.

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 Professional Reviews

Nancy Norris, 2005-09-08Western Caribbean

Introduction: This cruise was planned as a mother/daughter adventure. My daughter, more

331users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Cassandra 26 2 Key West and Cozumel

    This was such a wonderful experience. Every year the "ladies" in my family take a short 4 day cruise just to have some fun. I admit, after hearing about Carnival's reputation as being a "party" more

    98 users found this review helpful.

    This was my wife's first cruise and my third. Check-in was smooth and quick, but we were a tad early (1PM). We were told that our cabin will not be ready until 1:30. That was no problem so we more

    34 users found this review helpful.
  • Megan 24 1 Western Caribbean

    I'll start off by saying, you get what you pay for! Considering this cruise was only $400 a person. I booked this cruise with 6 girl friends for their spring break from grad school. That was more

    46 users found this review helpful.
  • E Paul 41 4 Bahamas

    If you enjoy being trapped in a Wal-Mart and like being Nicholed and Dimed for everything then this is the cruise for you. The ship is dated, the clientele less then glowing and the more

    44 users found this review helpful.
  • Nancy Robins 53 2 Western Caribbean

    I went on this cruise with my husband and 18 and 22 year old children. It was our second cruise. We'd heard that the ship was not new, but refurbished. It was well kept up and clean. Staff was more

    26 users found this review helpful.
  • Andrea B 39 1 Nassau Bahamas

    Start of cruise from day 1: This is were it all begins: We arrived on Imagination Ship Friday, June 26th 2009. Upon check in we all established that we didn't want to have the Fun more

    36 users found this review helpful.
  • Melissa Taylor 39 1 Nassau Bahamas

    I was so looking forward to this and was pretty disappointed. Not only were the foreign guests absolutely rude but the so called "unlimited" food and entertainment was NOT unlimited! Most of more

    21 users found this review helpful.
  • Shep Curl 47 4 Western Carribean

    This cruise was my first time on Carnival as I wasn't expecting much. When we entered our stateroom, it smelled of cigarette smoke. We asked for the situation to be fixed. Within an hour, the more

    25 users found this review helpful.
  • Donna 38 3 Western Caribbean

    Had great fun on this cruise, had orginally booked to cruise as I wanted to go to Cozumel, but due to swine flu breakout Carnival had to move our port to Nassau. A tad disappointed at this, as more

    17 users found this review helpful.
  • Michael Ramos 37 1 Bahamas

    I took my wife and son on our first cruise. Our ship was Carnival Imagination and our destination was Nassau Bahamas; having nothing to base an experience on we found in enjoyable, but a more

    31 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Carnival Cruise Lines
  • Capacity (double occupancy):2052
  • Builder:Kv�rner Masa-Yards
  • Full Capacity:2594
  • Inaugurated:1995
  • Space Ratio:34.3 / 27.1
  • Gross Tonnage:70,367gt
  • Crew:920
  • Length:855 ft. / 261 m