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A Closer Look at Carnival Breeze During Dry Dock

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We’ve been following the Carnival Breeze dry dock closely and in this latest post, we’ve got some more photos to show you. These are photos you might not usually see from the cruise line.

The Carnival cruise ship is currently going through a major refurbishment in Freeport, Bahamas. Carnival Breeze started its dry dock on April 16 and will be completed on April 29. We’re taking a closer look at all the gritty mess which happens on the ship as all the workers and contractors do their thing. In the photos below we get to see a wide range public spaces which are getting some much-needed work, this includes new tiling, carpeting, lighting, and maintenance.

Latest Dry Dock Photos:

Photos By: Russell Otway

The vessel might look like a mess now but workers usually work night and day to make sure all the enhancements and new features are complete. While we’re on the subject of features the Carnival Breeze is getting a new Alchemy Bar which can already be seen on many other ships in the fleet. The ship is also getting a new¬†Guy’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que which has proved to be a big hit on the Carnival ships it has already been added to.

Even More Dry Dock Photos:

Photos By: Carnival Cruise Line Miami Page

The 130,000 gross ton vessel will continue its service out of Galveston, Texas on April 30, 2017. Guests can sail 7-dat Caribbean cruises along with all the latest features the ship has on offer. We posted previous photos of the dry dock so go and take a look so you can see how it is coming along. As of writing this just 6 days until the refurbishment is complete, no pressure Carnival!

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