PHOTO TOUR AND
Shops, Children's Areas,
Other Public Areas
Above: An activity that has become quite popular on cruise ships is shopping for and purchasing works of art. To serve this demand,
Destiny has its own Art Gallery.
Below: Purchasing souvenir photos and portraits is also very popular on cruises. The Photo Gallery also offers cameras,
accesories and makes a video of each cruise..
Above: The Library is a nicely decorated room that has puzzles and board games in addition to books..
Below: For more high-tec information access, Destiny has an Internet Cafe. There is also Wifi access in most of the
FOR YOUNGER CRUISERS
Destiny is a family-friendly ship. As
Carnival explains: " Carnival Destiny
offers organized programs for three
different age groups – Camp Carnival
for 2- to 11-year-olds, Circle “C” for
12- to 14-year-olds, and Club O2 for 15-
to 17-year-olds – with supervised
activities and expansive, modern
facilities for each. Carnival Destiny
also houses four swimming pools,
including a children’s wading pool and
an aft pool offering a 214-foot-long
Pictured here are: The Virtual World
arcade (above left) the entrance to
Circle C (left); Carnival Water
Wars (below left); the children's
wading pool (right) and Club O2
Surrounding the central atrium on
Promenade Deck are The Fun Shops duty
free shops selling everything from souveniors
and logo clothing to spirits and fine jewelery
and other luxary items.
Formalities (below) was originally
designed to enhance the ship's formal nights.
However, as true formal nights have given
way to elegant nights, Formalities now offers
items to make special occasions more special.
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