When Carnival Jubilee launches later this year, guests can experience ocean-themed experiences in two new zones: Currents and The Shores.
Currents, located on Decks 6 and 7, is a space that changes throughout the cruise, from day to night. Guests can enjoy cocktails and various dishes in an immersive environment with six huge LED windows and a vast wave-shaped LED ceiling.
Within the Currents, bars such as Dr. Inks, Ph.D., offer ocean-themed drinks such as color-changing cocktails. A live band performs on stage while you sip cocktails inspired by precious gemstones and metals at The Golden Mermaid Lounge. Emeril Lagasse, the cruise line’s Chief Culinary Officer, also brings back the famous Creole cuisine at Emeril’s Bistro 717.
There are piers and beaches at The Shores, a space inspired by the seaside. From Deck 6 to Deck 8, the ship features a three-deck-high fish school art installation.
There is a Ferris wheel-inspired ceiling on the boardwalk within The Shores. A pizza can be enjoyed at Coastal Slice, or a sandwich or hot dog can be enjoyed at Beach Buns. Guests can also relax at the Marina Bar with coffee or cocktails.
Galveston will be the home port of the Carnival Jubilee that will depart from the year-round port beginning on December 23, 2023.
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