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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.

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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.

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