A crew member who works for Carnival Cruise Line put together a stunning video when Carnival Dream underwent a major dry dock.

We often get a chance to share with you latest drydock photos of various ships but for the first time, a crew member has gone even further by producing an amazing dry dock video. Azhar Deen is a photographer for Carnival and when Carnival Dream was at the Grand Bahama Shipyard in Freeport for two weeks back in February he made the kind of video which makes you really appreciate the effort put in by the crew.

Watch Carnival Dream Dry Dock Video

The documentary that I did during the Dry Dock of Carnival Dream. It was a great pleasure working on this project. I owe my thanks to so many people especially Costi, Anastasiia, and many more for trusting me on taking over this documentary. Special thanks to Carnival Cruise Line for keeping us, the crew members safe and happy.It was a two weeks of continuous shoot till the very last hour and got no more than 3 hours to edit, compile and retouch the 150 GB of footage. It wasn't an easy task, thanks to Jessica & Vira for being a great suppor through out.Camera equipments used, Nikon D800E, Nikkor 50mm f1.8, Nikkor 24-80mm f3.5 & GoPro 5 Black

Posted by Azhar Deen on Wednesday, September 27, 2017

The Carnival cruise ship received a lot of new enhancements including Guys Burger Joint, Alchemy Bar, Blue Iguana Cantina, Pizzeria del Capitano and Guy’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que. Also as seen in the video, general upgrades were done along with new carpeting. The ship had some external work done along with some technical aspects.

Azhar Deen posted the following:

The documentary that I did during the Dry Dock of Carnival Dream. It was a great pleasure working on this project. I owe my thanks to so many people especially Costi, Anastasiia, and many more for trusting me on taking over this documentary. Special thanks to Carnival Cruise Line for keeping us, the crew members safe and happy.

It was a two weeks of continuous shoot till the very last hour and got no more than 3 hours to edit, compile and retouch the 150 GB of footage. It wasn’t an easy task, thanks to Jessica & Vira for being a great suppor through out.

Camera equipments used, Nikon D800E, Nikkor 50mm f1.8, Nikkor 24-80mm f3.5 & GoPro 5 Black

Also Read: Carnival Dream Completes Dry Dock With New Spaces

Carnival Dream resumed its service out of New Orleans on February 12 and now thousands of cruise ships passengers are enjoying all the new additions. The ship sails week-long Caribbean cruises and is 130,000 gross tons carrying over 3,600 guests at double occupancy.

Feel free to share this video so other cruisers can see the amazing footage he put together. Hopefully, it was worth all his effort and would love to see him make more.