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Old 06-23-2008, 06:20 PM
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I just read that you can start booking the Dream on july 1.
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Thanks again, Raoul!

The link works great now. This is almost too much to digest at once. The two-bathroom staterooms will surely be a hit, along with the spa staterooms and suites!

I have to go back and read some more!

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I just read that you can start booking the Dream on july 1.
Yes! I am aready making plans.

I always get excited when they introduce a new class of ship. And, I am lovin' this one.

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It must be me but can someone explain what a cove balcony is? What is the difference between that and a regular balcony?
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It must be me but can someone explain what a cove balcony is? What is the difference between that and a regular balcony?
It must be a new Carnival term. The way Raoul explained it in this thread, is that they are balconies that are in the "hull" of the ship, rather than located above on the super-structure of the ship.

They must still have some tweaking to do with the page. The page describes the "cove" balconies as being on the Riviera deck. The Deck Plans are not showing any Riviera deck cabins with balconies.

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Dwayne,

I really look forward to hopefully being able to give her a try in the Mediterranean next year. However, I must say that on the other hand I am disappointed that from her deck plans she's not that different from the current "Conquest"-class ships.

I will be sailing aboard "Carnival Splendor" for a three-night cruise out of Dover in two weeks, by the way.
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Raoul,

I see your point about the design being simular to the "Conquest" class ships. At the same time, the new features are exciting to me. I hope they put a good barrier up for those Cantilevered Spas.

Hope you have a great cruise on the Splendor! Isn't it suppose to be the first Carnival ship with the WaterWorks as a new construction?

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Old 06-24-2008, 04:52 AM
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Hello everybody,

here are a couple of new renderings:


"Carnival Dream" with Waterworks


Lido Pool area


Exterior Promenade with Café


Exterior Promenade with Café & whirlpool
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Here is a link:

http://www.carnival.com/cms/fun/ship...px?shipCode=DR


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Thanks for the pics, Raoul. I might have to have a DOD before I get in that spa.

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