AREAS, and OTHER
The Fun Shops on Carnival Dream
surround the Dream Atrium on Deck 5, the
Promenade Deck. They offer jewelry,
perfumes and cosmetics, souvenirs and logo
items, s well as duty-free liquor and tobacco.
At Celebrations (below left), guests can
obtain items for special occasions (e.g.
candy, wine, decorations).
An innovation on Carnival Dream is the Fun Hub where guests can connect to the internet or to a dedicated onboard intranet. The
intranet has options for social networking, information about the ship and its key officers and information about the day's activities.
While the main Fun Hub is located just off the Ocean Plaza, the 36 Fun Hub stations are dispersed in several locations in the public
areas of the ship. The ship also rents notebooks and is equipped for wireless access.
The Page Turner Library (above left) has board games and a small collection of books for loan during the voyage. It is a quiet
spot for reading and playing board games.
Nearby is the Chambers, Dream's conference center (above right). It has a 232 person capacity and can be sub-divided into
The Photo Gallery, surrounding the Dream Atrium on Deck 4, sells the souvenir photos and portraits taken by th ship' s
photographers. It also has cameras and camera accessories (below left).
Underscoring the popularity of purchasing art at sea, The Collection is a purpose-built art gallery with the look and feel or a
shoreside gallery. It is operated by Park West, who also hold champagne art auctions.
Circle C (above) is for passengers ages 12 to 14. It, the adjoining teenage club and the video arcade are located on Deck 4 in a
space that is on the previous Destiny-based ships the large cigar/jazz bar between the two main dining rooms. 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 Dream is very much a family-friendly ship. 19,000
square-feet of space are dedicated to children. Moreover, this
space is not tucked away in some forgotten corner of the ship but is
centrally located on the top decks and on the lower public rooms
decks. Still, a tribute to the success of Carnival's children's
programs is that children are seldom seen in the public areas.
Carnival's supervised program is divided into three age groups.
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. Activities include art programs, music-oriented
games, physical fitness programs and EduCruise, designed to
educate kids about the ship's itineraries.
Although not limited to children,
the Warehouse offers video
and arcade games that are
popular with young passengers.