Carnival Cruise Lines’ SuperLiner Fantasy was the first of the generation of 70,000-ton SuperLiners to enter service in the ‘90s, setting the standard for three and four-day cruises to the Bahamas. Fantasy has spacious cabins, a shopping mall, individually themed bars and beautifully designed dining rooms. Its standout features include the seven-deck-high atrium designed by artist Yaacov Agam, a double width promenade stretching 450 feet and Spa Carnival, for exercise, relaxation and pampering.
|Passenger capacity: 2056-2610|
|Passenger Decks: 10|
|Total Cabins: 1028|
|Cabins (Balcony): 0|
|Cabins (Outside): 620|
|Cabins (Inside): 408|
|Gross Tonnage: 70367|
|Swimming Pools: 1|
|Exclusively For Adults: No|
The Grand Spectrum – a seven-deck-high atrium rising seven decks from a 20-foot-high kinetic sculpture designed by renowned artist Yaacov Agam to an immense skylight.
Via Marina -an enclosed, double-width promenade stretching nearly 450 feet which provides access to most major public rooms. An Internet café is also located along the Roman-themed promenade.
The Universe Lounge — more than a place to see shows, it’s also a place to be seen. The multi-deck showplace seats more than 1,300 guests amid a lavish decor accented by black marble and color-changing luminous trim.
CLUBS AND BARS
Club 21 — one of the largest casinos afloat, its entrances are flanked by color-stained wood veneer laminate pillars and Rossorai marble.
The 21st Century Bar — centers around a sculpture of varying hues and features an electric-bulb sign that flashes information of interest to guests. The bar is made of varieties of marble.
Cats Lounge — inspired by the smash Broadway musical, its entrance is a giant mock-up of an empty Pet Milk can. The environment inside this live-music dance lounge projects that seen from a cat’s perspective with oversized replicas of food containers, beer cans and various household items.
Electricity Dance Club — copper tubing, stainless steel columns, neon arc lights and gold mirrors create a sizzling experience on two dance floors.
Bistro on Century Boulevard — guests can enjoy specialty coffees and sweets while taking in ocean views from a cozy cafe setting.
Majestic Bar — an elegant lounge from which a grand marble staircase and gilt-trimmed columns lead down to the Jubilee Dining Room.
Jubilee Dining Room — a marble, wood and brass motif accented by neon tubes with programmed color changes.
Celebration Dining Room — decorated with three layers of wood veneer color-stained in light lavender, pink and black. The floors of both dining rooms are gently raised at their center, affording scenic views for all diners.
Cleopatra’s — an intimate piano bar with the piano on a centrally located turntable. Its Egyptian decor is complete with sarcophagi and hieroglyphics.
Pavillion Library — elegantly contemporary in decor with original artwork. A library by day; quiet, intimate cocktail lounge by night.
Conference Center – a 3,900-square-foot conference facility with amenities found in traditional land-based meeting venues, including projection screens and audio-visual equipment.
Galleria Shopping Mall — a fantastic array of boutiques. A separate jewelry shop is located along Century Boulevard.
Children’s World — a 2,500-square-foot play area with Apple iMac computers and toys and games for children of all ages.
A 12,000-square-foot spa for exercise, relaxation and pampering. The gym features more than 35 top-of-the-line exercise machines, along with six massage rooms, two whirlpools, sauna, steam room, locker facilities. Above the spa is a one-eighth-mile jogging track.