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Accessible elevators with tactile controls and audible signals
Accessible routes and signs throughout the ship
Accessible dining options available
Pool lifts on select ships
Fully Accessible Cabins (FAC) for guests with limited mobility
Fully Accessible Cabins – Single Side Approach (FAC-SSA) for one-bed staterooms
Ambulatory Accessible Cabins (AAC) for guests with mobility limitations
Standard Cabins with limited accessibility
Personal Mobility Devices
Guests encouraged to inform about wheelchairs/scooters in advance
Gel, dry cell, absorbed glass mat, or lithium-ion batteries allowed
Scooters must fit within stateroom doorway
Safe handling and driving guidelines apply
Guests encouraged to bring their own mobility devices
Rental options available from preferred vendor Scootaround
Hydraulic lift transfer available for guests with mobility limitations
Request in advance; 500 pound weight limit
Limited supply of wheelchairs for boarding and debarkation
Deaf / Hard of Hearing
Portable room kit available with visual-tactile alerts and TTY
Blind / Visually Impaired
Braille signage and large print format available
Only service/working dogs allowed on board
No therapy/companion dogs or service dogs in training permitted
Special Dietary Requirements
Chefs trained to prepare food for various diets
Smoking only allowed in designated exterior deck areas and casino
Minimum age for alcohol consumption and casino entry is 21
Casual daytime attire, formal evening attire on specified nights
Respectful clothing and accessories required
Holidays/Events, Carnival Journeys
Special outfits for themed events and cruises available
The cruise line's medical centers meet or exceed the standards set by the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) and the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP).
Qualified physicians and nurses staff the medical centers, with staffing levels varying based on the size of the ship.
Ship's physicians meet or exceed credentialing guidelines set by the cruise ship medicine section of ACEP.
Medical facilities on board are equipped with standard lifesaving equipment and advanced medical technology, including defibrillators, external pacemakers, thrombolytic therapy, electrocardiograph machines, lab equipment, pulse oximetry, and x-ray machines.
In the event of a medical emergency, the ship's physician will decide if an air evacuation or emergency disembarkation is necessary.
The Captain is notified immediately to coordinate with the physician and appropriate rescue agencies.
Disembarkation methods may include diverting the ship and transferring the patient to a shore-side medical facility, or using a helicopter or rapid boat when required.
Helipads are not available on the Carnival Cruise Line fleet.
Alcohol Policy and Drinks Packages
The minimum age for the purchase and consumption of alcoholic beverages on board is 21 years.
Guests are limited to purchasing a maximum of 15 alcoholic beverages per person per day.
Guests are prohibited from bringing water, sodas, and other non-alcoholic beverages in glass or plastic bottles.
On embarkation day, guests may bring a small quantity of non-alcoholic beverages (cans or cartons) and one 750 ml bottle of sealed wine or champagne per person in their carry-on luggage.
A corkage fee of $15.00 USD per 750 ml bottle is charged if guests wish to consume their wine or champagne in certain areas.
Bottled water can be purchased before the cruise or on board.
Distilled water is available for purchase, and guests can bring their own distilled water if needed for medical purposes.
Large coolers are prohibited, but small, personal-sized coolers are permitted as carry-on luggage.
Purchasing Liquor During the Cruise
Liquor purchased on board and taken home may be subject to Customs duty and must be declared on the Customs declaration form.
Alcohol purchased ashore or in The Fun Shops ports will be stored for safekeeping until the end of the voyage.
Medical centers meet or exceed standards set by Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) and American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP).
Staffed by qualified physicians and nurses with appropriate credentials and certifications.
Equipped with standard lifesaving equipment and advanced medical technology.
Emergency medical care provided for guests and crew, with comprehensive facilities available onshore for extreme emergencies.
Limit luggage to one bag per person on 3-5 day cruises, and two bags per person on cruises of 6 days or longer.
Each checked bag and carry-on bag should not exceed 50 pounds and must fit within specified dimensions.
Important documents, valuables, medications, and personal toiletries should be carried on personally.
What Not to Pack
Prohibited items include weapons, candles, irons, alcohol, and dangerous goods.
Prohibited items found during security screening will be removed and disposed of without compensation.
Ships provide satellite internet access with various Wi-Fi plans.
Social Wi-Fi Plan: Access to popular social websites and applications, but excludes streaming services and some apps.
Value Wi-Fi Plan: Access to social websites, email, news, and entertainment (excluding streaming services).
Premium Wi-Fi Plan: Access to all sites from Social and Value plans at the fastest speed.
Plans can be pre-purchased online or onboard, with certain restrictions and limitations.
Guests with Disabilities
Ships are equipped with accessible features for guests with disabilities.
Elevators, pathways, and dining venues have been modified for easier navigation.
Specially designed staterooms available for guests with mobility limitations.
Personal mobility devices allowed onboard with certain requirements and safety considerations.
Rental services for wheelchairs/scooters available through preferred vendor Scootaround.
Hydraulic lift transfer available for transportation from the airport to the cruise port for guests with mobility limitations.
Wheelchair assistance provided for boarding and debarkation.
Accommodations for guests with mobility limitations on water shuttles at certain ports of call are subject to safety considerations.
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