At the very front of Deck 09 are new suites that overlook the bow. The front half of the deck is all cabins. The cabins stop around the atrium.
As you head aft from the atrium, deck 09 becomes all outdoors until you hit the buffet later in the deck.
Flanking the pool on either side are the new Fun Ship 2.0 bars, the Blue Iguana tequila bar and the Red Frog rum bar.
Just past the pool area are two new food options.
Back inside you enter the ship’s Lido buffet called Restaurant Cezanne.
After you exit the Cezanne you arrive at the aft pool which extends to the very back of the ship.
Deck 10 contains an outdoor area at the front. This is considered the famous secret deck. It’s similar to those found on decks 06 and 07. However, since it sits atop the bridge, it extends out over the side of the ship. This is the ideal place to be when entering or leaving port.
The front third of deck 10 is all cabins. Those stop at the very top of the atrium.
After the cabins and atrium end, the deck is then outdoors. Encircling the glass dome over the atrium is the ship’s slide and small splash pool.
Past the first pool is the upper deck that encircles the main pool.
Past the main slide is The Point steakhouse.
Past the steakhouse is an outdoor area.
Back inside is the upper deck of the lido buffet.
At the very back is the glass dome that covers the aft pool.
Deck 11 is split into two separate parts. The forward end has the fitness and spa areas.
The aft part of the deck contains the jogging track, and sports deck.
Deck 12 is also split into two parts. The forward part contains the kids area, Camp Carnival.
The aft part of deck 10 contains the minigolf area and the unmistakable whale tail funnel.
Carnival ships do not have a deck 13.
Deck 14 only has a forward section. It is the highest part of the ship that passengers can go to. You can see the funnel in the background.
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