Is Carnival Fantasy a good ship?

Is Carnival Fantasy a good ship?

Despite some crowding, the ship is ideal for first-time cruisers as it provides a taste of what Carnival cruising can be like — nonstop (often corny but fun) entertainment, over-the-top decor featuring Grecian and Egyptian statues, top-notch people-watching, ports of call with stunning blue waters (think Cancun.

Is Carnival Fantasy scrapped?

In 2020, due to the industry-wide COVID-19 shutdown, the line scrapped three other members of the Fantasy Class: Carnival Fantasy, Carnival Inspiration and Carnival Imagination. It also sold Carnival Fascination to another cruise line, which renamed it and ultimately scrapped it in 2021.

Is Carnival Fantasy Cancelled?

Review of Carnival Fantasy A total of 100x Carnival Fantasy cruises were cancelled – departures scheduled for the period October 3, 2020, through January 17, 2022. On July 23, CCL announced that Fantasy and Inspiration are sold but not to be scrapped.

How many staterooms does a Carnival Fantasy have?

Carnival Fantasy deck plan view at Cruisedeckplans showing the newest deck plan layouts, public venues and stateroom pictures and our own deck plan pdf (printable version). Carnival Fantasy cruise ship deck plan has 1028 staterooms for 2467 passengers served by 980 crew. There are 13 passenger decks, 5 with cabins.

What are the Carnival Fantasy-class ships?

Fantasy-class ships include Carnival Fantasy, Carnival Ecstasy, Carnival Sensation, Carnival Fascination, Carnival Imagination, Carnival Inspiration, Carnival Elation and Carnival Paradise.

When did the Carnival Fantasy cruise ship come out?

The Carnival Fantasy cruise ship was floated out on December 9, 1988, but was not completed until 1990, when it left its first home at the Helsinki New Shipyard in Finland.

Where does Carnival Fantasy cruise ship operate?

Primarily serving the Caribbean, Carnival Fantasy operated out of the Port of Miami for the first few years of its life, before relocating to Port Canaveral in 1993. In 2006, Carnival Fantasy was moved to Louisiana and New Orleans, making it the first Carnival cruise ship to return to the region following Hurricane Katrina.