Carnival Glory returns to service following refurbishment

The Carnival Cruise Line ship has a new casino layout, a Heroes Tribute Bar & Lounge, and more

Carnival Glory returns to service following refurbishment

Carnival Cruise Line

By Laura Hyde |

Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Glory has returned to service following a 21-day refurbishment project in Barcelona, Spain. The vessel departed on a 14-day transatlantic cruise destined for its new homeport of Port Canaveral in Florida, USA. 

As well as refreshed decor and furnishings across all public areas, the ship also now has a new casino layout and a Dreams Photography Studio. The ship’s Warehouse video arcade was refreshed, and upgrades were made to the ship’s spa too. 

Carnival Glory refurbishment

Carnival Glory has a newly expanded casino following the dry dock refurbishment

Carnival Glory also has a newly added Heroes Tribute Bar & Lounge, which is being rolled out across the Carnival fleet. The bar honours military veterans and service members on active duty. 

Carnival Glory refurbishment

Carnival Glory now includes a Heroes Tribute Bar & Lounge

The ship’s dedicated onboard youth space, Camp Ocean, has been redesigned to include a large video wall to enhance the Space Cruisers programme, a curriculum developed in partnership with Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

Carnival Glory refurbishment

For younger cruisers, Camp Ocean now has a Kennedy Space Center video wall

From 2 May 2024, Carnival Glory will sail three- and four-day itineraries to The Bahamas from Port Canaveral, which is also a homeport for three other Carnival Cruise Line ships: Carnival Freedom, Carnival Vista and Mardi Gras. 

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