AREAS, and OTHER
The Fun Shops on Carnival Breeze reflect
a change in direction by Carnival. Rather
than be one monolithic group of stores,
there are now 10 individual outlets each
with its own type of merchandise. The
different venues were also designed to have
their own identities and atmosphere.
The shops offer jewelry, perfumes and
cosmetics, souvenirs and logo items, as well
as duty-free liquor and tobacco.
Cherry on Top (below) offers candy and
items for special occasions.
In addition to the main Internet café, the Fun
Hub on Deck 5 (left), Breeze has smaller
Internet cafés distributed around the ship (e.g.
above). The ship is also equipped for
bow-to-stern Wi Fi and cell phone connections.
On Carnival Breeze, the library (above) is
multi-purpose. In its family area, it has board games,
a tabletop puzzle and digital screens as well as a
collection of books. In its adult area, it is a bar.
If you are traveling with a group, there is plenty of
space for meetings and events in Magic's
Conference Center (not shown).
The ship's Art Gallery on Deck 4 offers original
works of art for sale (left).
Pixels Gallery, surrounding the Magic Atrium on
Deck 4, is the ship's photo gallery (below left). It sells
the souvenir photos and portraits taken by th ship' s
photographers as well as cameras and camera
accessories. Guests can also arrange to have
portraits taken at the Dream Photo Studio (below
Circle C (left) is for passengers ages 12 to 14. It, the
adjoining teenage club and the video arcade are
located on Deck 4. The Circle C has a dance floor, DJ,
a video jukebox and Internet workstations.
Club O2 (below) is for teenagers 15 to 17. It has the
look of a modern nightclub with a soda bar,
music-listening stations and a state-of-the-art sound
and lighting system.
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Carnival Breeze has extensive space dedicated to
children and young passengers.
Carnival's supervised program is divided into three
Camp Carnival is for ages 2-11 and is located on
Deck 11 in 5,000 square feet of space. The area is
divided into three sections, each catering to a
different age group, i,e., 2-5, 6-8, and 9-11.
Facilities include arts and crafts, video games, and
large plasma screen TVs.
Although not limited to children,
the Warehouse (left) offers
video and arcade games that are
popular with young passengers.
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