A piece of shipbuilding history
When unveiled in 2009 at the Monfalcone yard, the Carnival Cruise Line flagship Carnival Dream was the largest cruise ship ever built in Italy, at 130,000 grt. The project went down in shipbuilding history as an enterprise that took more than 5.5 million hours of work over three years, involving around 5,000 full-time workers
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Simply the peak of design, technology and comfort
With her supreme technology standards and peerless passenger comfort, this cruise ship combines the majesty of her size with a modern, exciting design.
Thanks to some advanced engineering design, Carnival Dream’s public rooms, unlike her forerunners’, look outwards. Passengers can walk around the entire ship along the walkway on deck 5.
She also offers a wide spectrum of entertainments to fulfil an international clientele’s varied tastes and needs, such as the water park on the top deck with its four waterslides.
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