Inside Look: What to Expect on Mardi Gras

A look inside Carnival 's Mardi Gras - Photo by Carnival Cruise Line

Carnival Cruise Line’s Mardi Gras is one of the most highly-anticipated new ships launching in 2021. Before its official debut on July 31, we got a special sneak-peek look at the ship courtesy of one of our members and friends, CruisinDrew, as the vessel was getting ready for its long-awaited maiden voyage. 

Here is a special look inside what you can expect to find when you cruise on Mardi Gras:  

BOLT - The first-ever roller coaster at sea:

Thrills ahead! The entrance to ride the BOLT roller coaster. 

Twist, turn, and drop as you coast over the open seas while riding BOLT. 

A look at the ship’s numerous dining venues and lounges on Mardi Gras. Cruisers will find a mouthwatering blend of exciting new dining options and Carnival eatery staples:

Enjoy New Orleans-inspired fare and cocktails at Emeril's Bistro and the Brass Magnolia lounge. 

Fahrenheit 555 is an elegant American steakhouse. 

Enjoy a cocktail (or two) at the Alchemy Bar. 

Bonsai Sushi serves sushi rolls, sashimi, and sake in an elegant setting amidst expertly pruned bonsai trees.

Relaxation Ahead! Inside the Cloud 9 Spa & Fitness Center 

One of the massage rooms at Cloud 9 Spa.

Kick back and relax at the Thermal Suite in the Cloud 9 Spa. 

There’s no shortage of machines at the onboard Fitness Center. 

Laissez bon temps rouler - let the good times roll! Onboard pools and entertainment venues:

Soak up the sun as you relax at the Beach Pool.

Test your luck with Family Feud Live! A special feature to Mardi Gras, this game brings the tv show to life. 

One of the private pool cabanas. Who wouldn’t want to relax with a cocktail in hand here?

Want to cruise on Carnival’s newest ship? In the Summer and Fall of 2021, Mardi Gras will sail a number of 7-night Western and Eastern Caribbean itineraries throughout the end of the year. Eastern Caribbean port stops will include visits to San Juan, Puerto Playa, and Nassau. Western Caribbean port stops include Cozumel, Costa Maya, and Roatan.  

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