Sprawling, Expansive Ocean views, with design & ambiance onboard. Jim Berra, marketing VP, "We're starting to use the ship names as a touchstone how we think about design, extremely open to the ocean... why people are cruising. They want salt air, ocean breeze, look out to the horizon & see ocean, so a lot of what we're thinking about in design and the inspiration for the design."
“Fun ships” offer at least 3 swimming pools, casino, duty-free shopping, health/fitness facilities and camp carnival for children. 3 to 17 days from ports in the Southern United States and travel to remote destinations like the Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexican Riviera, Alaska, Hawaii, Europe, New England/Atlantic Canada and Panama Canal.
Dining includes set meal service or alternative dinner services, 24 hour pizzerias, Las-Vegas style entertainment and activities round the clock. Meal options include casual fast food or buffet style meals with standardized menus or main dining rooms with two or more seating’s.
Average traveler without promising a luxury cruise experience, cuisine & entertainment. The average passenger is 45+, good for first cruisers, couples, singles, generational families traveling together.
Entertainment: bingo, dance, movies, art auctions, boutique shopping, outdoor activities – pool, ping pong, shuffleboard, volleyball, live shows, casinos, spa, and gym. Every ship has three swimming pools, one with a slide.