Carnival Introduces a New Category of Cabins

 

 

 

On Carnival's new ship, the Horizon which will begin service on April 2, 2018, there will be a new stateroom category in the Family Harbor Area with aft view extended balconies. Read about the new category and other new staterooms with tropical decor in the Havana area.

 

 

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They look nice. Family harbor area, me thinks that means kids.

Yes it does.  They also have this on the Vista, with a family area to be shared by these cabins.  A good place to avoid if you have no children.  Maybe a place to keep said children away from the adults. The other new type of cabin and area on the ship has the Havana Balcony. Below is a description. The cost is greater and they sell out quickly.

Havana Premium Balcony

There's more to a Havana Premium Balcony stateroom than just the extra outdoor space for staring out at the ocean. A view like this is entertaining, and this balcony is designed for sharing it. Invite someone special to come along and share the comfy interior as well, featuring classic Havana decor and exclusive daytime access to the Havana Pool area. (All Havana stateroom guests must be 12 or older.)

The decor looks beautiful.

The ship after the Horizon will also be introducing a new cabin category :  Container Cabin.  No windows, but plenty of space.

 

 

Nah!  The are putting windows everywhere these days. Now the color scheme might be right.....Wink

New spot on Queen Mary 2 for passengers.

 

 

Nice for families but how about Carnival adding a Singles area.   I know NCL has it on newer ships but I'd rather go Carnival then NCL.

Is that Darrbaby in his life vest ?

 

Wish cruise lines would all cater more to singles and give us a break.  Having to double the price does limit the cruises I can do.  Have to find a cruise partner someday. 

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