AREAS, and OTHER
The Fun Shops on Carnival Magic
surround the Magic Atrium on Deck 5, the
Promenade Deck. They offer jewelry,
perfumes and cosmetics, souvenirs and logo
items, as well as duty-free liquor and
A new shop that premiered on Magic is
Cherry on Top (left), which offers candy
and items for special occasions.
In addition to the main Internet café, the Fun Hub on Deck 5 (above left), Magic has several smaller Internet cafés
distributed around the ship (e.g. above right). The ship is also equipped for bow-to-stern Wi Fi and cell phone
Books and Games (above left) has board games and a small collection of books for loan during the voyage.
If you are traveling with a group, there is plenty of space for meetings and events in Magic's Conference Center (above right).
The ship's art gallery, Gallery On The Way, is so called because it is along Lower Magical Way, a corridor connecting the
forward and aft parts of the ship on Deck 4 (below left).
The Photo Gallery, surrounding the Magic Atrium on Deck 4, sells the souvenir photos and portraits taken by th ship' s
photographers. It also has cameras and camera accessories (below right).
Circle C (left) 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.
(see materials from one cruise)
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. (see materials from one cruise).
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Carnival Magic has 19,000 square-feet of space are dedicated to
children and young passengers.
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. There are also services for children under the age of
two (see handout from one cruise).
Although not limited to children,
the Warehouse offers video
and arcade games that are
popular with young passengers.
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