Carnival Destiny cruise ship

Name: Carnival Destiny
Registry: Bahamas
Builder: Fincantieri
Country Built In: Italy
Ship Completed Date: 10/24/1996
Christened By: Lin Arison
Call Letters: C6FN4
Refurbished Date: 9/7/2008
Capacity: 3400
Number of Crew, Nationality: 1050, International
Gross Tonnage: 101353
Stabilized: Yes
Average Speed: 21 knots
Maximum Speed: 22.5 knots
Length: 893 feet
Beam: 116 feet
Space Ratio: 38.1
Number of Passenger Decks: 12
Number of Inside Rooms: 519
Number of Outside Rooms: 802
Number of Restaurants: 4
Number of Pools: 4
Number of Elevators: 18
Voltage: 110/220
Non-Smoking Dining: Yes
Non-Smoking Ship: No

Carnival Destiny began life as the world’s largest passenger ship, but hasn’t let this fact go to her head. She’s still among the most fun, something you’re sure to notice during  your cruise.

A spectacular vacation is in your future on the Carnival Destiny. The Caribbean's most popular floating resort offers ocean views and balcony rooms in over 60% of the staterooms. But the Caribbean isn't the only stunning view. Inside, the Rotunda atrium soars nine decks up to an incredible glass dome, creating a great place to people-watch or enjoy drinks. Savor delicious cuisine in the Galaxy or Universe Dining Rooms, or dine more casually in the Sun & Sea Restaurant and 24-hour Pizzeria. A massive, tiered, multi-deck entertainment area features 4 pools, 7 whirlpools, a 214-foot spiral waterslide, and extensive spa facilities. Where Destiny leads, fun is sure to follow.

What sort of fun, you ask? Well, for starters, you have your choice of live entertainment, as well as spots to take it all in, like the Palladium or the Criterion Lounge. We’ve got what you’re hungering — or thirsting — for too, with great spots to enjoy them like the All Star Bar and Point After Dance Club. And for the younger ones, we’ve got the fun they’re looking for with kids their own age at supervised youth spaces Camp Carnival, Circle “C” and Club O2. And do you know anyone, young or old, who doesn’t love a good waterslide?

Recommended for:

  • Budget-minded passengers of all ages
  • Families, young couples and baby boomers
  • Active, fun-loving, value-conscious travelers

Not recommended for:

  • Passengers looking for peace, quiet, and leisurely travel
  • The "country club" set

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