Tuesday, August 5, 2008

This "Fun Ship" Is A Many-Splendored Thing

From a distance, Carnival Splendor may not appear to be substantially different than her fleetmates. She may not even appear larger, although at 113,300 tons she is the largest "Fun Ship" constructed by Carnival Cruise Lines to date. However, while there is no doubt that she is Carnival ship, Carnival Splendor is truly an evolution in design and function.

The new 3,006-passenger Splendor-class ship offers a striking view of "Splendid Things"—the design theme created by Joe Farcus, Carnival's ship architect. "When I thought about the name of this ship, it brought to mind all the splendid things there are in the world," Farcus said. "The central idea that ties the rooms together is the concept of fine, luxurious, sumptuous elegance."

Just how did she measure up? CruiseDiva.com checks out all the new features and reviews Carnival Splendor in All Things Splendid.

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