A new WaterWorks Park has been added to the Carnival Glory after weeks of renovation before, during and after its recent dry dock.
Guests on the Carnival Glory are now able to get some new thrills on the ships all new expansive WaterWorks Park. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held onboard the Carnival ship to open up the new space which is located on deck 12 mid ship.
The new Waterpark features AquaTunnel slide and a Twister slide. The park also caters towards kids and fun takes center stage with a 75-gallon PowerDrencher tipping bucket, kiddie area with dual mini-racing slides and a variety of water toys.
The AquaTunnel is one of the main highlights, a 203-foot-long enclosed translucent tube which also provides thrill seekers stunning views. The ship’s 203-foot-long enclosed translucent tube called Twister Slide also is thrilling and will keep passengers going back for more.
A lot of the work on the new WaterWorks was done during the ships 2-week dry dock from February 25 to March 10. The WaterWorks refurbishment actually started before dry dock which many passengers were not happy about. During a cruise, the lido deck looked like a construction site as workers constructed the WaterWorks. Carnival ended up compensating guests for the inconvenience for the on-going work.
Carnival Glory is a 110,000 gross ton vessel currently based out of Miami, Florida and sailing weekly Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises all year-round.