Carnival Victory upgrades dining and accommodation

Carnival Victory upgrades dining and accommodation
The 17-day dry dock is taking place between 4-21 January 2018 in The Bahamas (Image: Carnival Cruise Line)

Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Victory is undergoing a multi-million-dollar dry dock that is adding new food and beverage and accommodation options onboard including two Captain’s Suites and new ocean view staterooms.

The 17-day dry dock is taking place between 4-21 January 2018, at the Grand Bahama Shipyard in Freeport, The Bahamas.

New dining options include Guy’s Burger Joint, developed in partnership with chef and restaurateur Guy Fieri, serving hand-crafted burgers, the BlueIguana Cantina, a Mexican eatery serving burritos and tacos, the upgraded onboard deli will feature a new menu, the Bonsai Sushi Express and Cherry on Top confectionary and gift outlet.

Carnival Victory will also offer guests a selection of bars including the RedFrog Rum Bar serving Caribbean rum-based frozen drinks and beers, including Carnival’s own private label draught brew, ThirstyFrog Red and the BlueIguana Tequila Bar, an outdoor bar offering tequila-based frozen drinks and beers.

Upgraded accommodation options will include ocean view staterooms and Captain’s Suites featuring a large balcony, two full-size bathrooms, separate sleeping quarters and a large living room.

These spaces add to Carnival Victory’s current onboard facilities which include a 14,500-square-foot spa, a 214-foot-long water slide, a Punchliner Comedy Club and Seuss at Sea, an exclusive partnership with Dr Seuss Enterprises.

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Elizabeth Robinson
By Elizabeth Robinson
Tuesday, January 16, 2018