Carnival Celebration to Feature The Golden Jubilee Bar
Carnival has announced a new bar that will be on Carnival Celebration called The Golden Jubilee.
It will be on deck 6, in the same spot where The Brass Magnolia can be found on Mardi Gras.
The venue will be filled with Carnival memorabilia, highlighting the line’s evolution of ships over the last 50 years.
Highlights will include an original mahogany partition wall with window panes from the original Mardi Gras’ casino, reproductions of hand-drawn sketches by architect Joe Farcus, and nightclub doors from TSS Carnivale. The venue will serve modern versions of popular cocktails through the decades since 1972, which is the year the cruise line was founded.
Carnival Celebration’s inaugural voyage is scheduled for November 21 out of Miami.
Disney Dream to Sail Europe in Summer 2023
Disney Cruise Line has announced that its ship Disney Dream will sail in Europe in summer 2023 for the first time ever.
The vessel will start off the season homeporting in Barcelona and Rome, operating four to 11-night Mediterranean voyages. From late summer to early fall, the ship will move to Southampton, England, offering voyages throughout northern Europe.
Also on the summer 2023 schedule, Disney Wonder will spend the season in Alaska, offering five to nine-night cruises from Vancouver. Disney Wish, Fantasy, and Magic will homeport in Florida, offering voyages to the Caribbean and Bahamas.
Norwegian Prima and Viva to Feature Cruise Industry’s First Charcoal Saunas
Norwegian Cruise Line’s upcoming ships Norwegian Prima and Viva will feature the first charcoal sauna at sea. According to the line, the sauna will use a radiant heat system with an outer charcoal layer, helping boost circulation, reduce toxins, and treat muscle tension.
The spa’s thermal suite will also feature an ice room, floatation salt pool, experiential showers, and a two-story indoor waterfall.
Norwegian Prima is set to debut this summer, and Viva is scheduled to launch in June of next year.