Cruisers will be amazed once they step aboard the Carnival Conquest. From the Murano-glass flower sculptures, hand-painted replicas of Degas ballet studios, Toulouse-Lautrec influenced theaters and lounges to Renoir and Monet paintings in the dining rooms it’s like stepping into a 19th century French Impressionists dreamscape. This ship elevates fun at sea to an art form, with multiple entertainment and dining venues including Guy’s Burger Joint, RedFrog Rum Bar and the SkyBox Sports Bar.
What is unique about this ship?
Beside the beautiful artwork, there’s fun everywhere you look. Folks enjoy people watching at the dance club, world class entertainment in the theatre and a one of a kind drink at the Alchemy Bar. And let’s not forget Seuss at Sea, which turns classic Dr. Seuss stories and characters into big fun for all. Kids will love WaterWorks for a fun day filled with waterslides, pipes, buckets and water filled activities. Race side by side with a friend on the Drainpipe or glide through hundreds of feet of looks on the Twister Waterslide.
Who is this ship best for?
This ship is great for families, groups, reunions and couples who enjoy soaking up the sun while enjoying the many amenities of a cruise. With delicious food, bars and entertainment, Carnival Conquest has a scene for everybody.