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Carnival Miracle To Be Refurbished In March 2015

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Carnival Cruise Line has announced that one of it;s Spirit class cruise ships the Carnival Magic will undergo a refurbishment this March 2015.

The 88,500 ton vessel will begin it’s huge multi million dollar dry dock on March 7th 2015 and will be complete by March 21st 2015. New additions to the ship will include popular FUN 2.0 upgrades that have already been added to many Carnival ships in the fleet.

Some highlights of the new features include the RedFrog Pub that has proved to be very popular on Dream class ships. This venue also features Carnivals very own ThirstyFrog Red drink. The Alchemy Bar is where the bartenders get creative and passengers get the chance to try all sorts of cocktails. Also included is the Hasbro, The Game Show, Cherry On Top, New SPORTS Bar and Spin U.

in 2014 Carnival also announced its new Seuss At Sea program with with the Cat in the Hat and Friends. Carnival miracle will have all the new dedicated spaces to the new program and the new activities to go along. The world of Dr Seuss will be available to kids onboard.

“We’re really excited that the Fun Ship 2.0 product enhancement program that began rolling out three years ago continues to bring innovative, fun and memorable dining, bar and entertainment options to the entire Carnival Cruise Line fleet and to the millions of guests who sail with us annually,” said Mark Tamis, Carnival’s senior vice president of guest operations.  “The fantastic renovations on Carnival Miracle will also provide our valued travel agent partners with an exciting new cruise experience for their clients.”

Carnival Miracle operates year-round departures from Long Beach, Calif., encompassing three different week-long Mexican Riviera cruise options:  a three-port itinerary featuring Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas; a two-port option that includes a stop in Cabo San Lucas, along with a two-day overnight stay in Puerto Vallarta; and a third choice featuring a day-long visit to Puerto Vallarta, along with a two-day call at Cabo San Lucas.

Carnival Miracle will also offer 15-day Hawaii cruises round-trip from Long Beach departing Oct. 17 and Nov. 28, 2015, and Jan. 16, 2016, along with a special one-time 13-day Mexican Riviera cruise departing Jan. 31, 2016. You can take a look at scheduled cruise ship refurbishments coming up this year and beyond.

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