For 2018 we will be releasing information soon!
Prices below include the port fees / taxes / etc.
ATTENTION: *YOU NEED TO BOOK WITH THE GROUP # TO GO TO THE BAND SHOWS, COUNTRY DJ, LINE DANCING AND OTHER EVENTS FROM BOOTSONBOARD*
Interior: Inside cabins are 185 square feet, with a fake window. (Pull the curtains and you're looking at a blank wall.) While most offer two twins that convert into queens, some offer one twin bed and either a sofabed or a Pullman bunk bed. Inside cabins sleep up to five people. Storage space is plentiful for two people or a family, but four or five adults sharing a cabin -- especially if you've brought multiple outfits for each day -- might max out the space.
Oceanview: The 185-square-foot outside cabins have either one picture window or two small portholes. They also can sleep up to five people, with the same storage issues as inside cabins.
Junior Suites: On the Verandah Deck (Deck 11), the 26 Junior Suites are essentially what you'd call balcony cabins on bigger Carnival ships. Each 220-square-foot cabin has a convertible sofa and coffee table, as well as a small 30-square-foot balcony with two chairs and a small drinks table. Some have obstructed views. Junior Suites can sleep up to three passengers. Passengers booked in Junior Suites get VIP check-in.
Suite: The 28, 330-square-foot Grand Suites are not true suites but rather one large cabin. All are located on Deck 6 and include a bathroom with a tub and shower; a small walk-in closet with drawers, shelves and hanging space; a king-size bed (that converts to two twins); unstocked mini-fridge and shelves with glasses; and a 70-square-foot balcony with several chairs and a drinks table.