The Carnival Victory which debuted in 2000 is following her sister fun ships Carnival Destiny and Carnival Triumph with a massive shipwide makeover.
This transformation will cost 200-million dollars.
Carnival Victory will enter drydock on 18 March 2020 in Cadiz, Spain.
The capacity of this ship is 2,764 passengers and 1100 crew members, it belongs to the Carnivals Destiny class ships.
Following a 38 day dry dock the ship will emerge as the Carnival Radiance and offer guests many of the best features found across the Carnival fleet and some brand new ones as well.
-Bonsai Sushi (charge on price)
-Chef’s table (The cost of the Chef’s Table experience varies by ship)
-SHAQ’s Big Chicken ( additional fee)
-Cucina del Capitano (lunch Free, dinner $15 per person)
-Guy’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que (Free)
-Pizzeria del Capitano
-Fahrenheit 555 Steakhouse ($35 per person)
On Lido deck, you’ll find BlueIguana Cantina, BlueIguana Tequila Bar, RedFrog Rum Bar, Deli, Lido Buffet, Guy’s Burger Joint and Seafood Shack.
New Ship will receive additional suites as well, bringing the capacity of the ship to 2,984 from 2,764.
With sailings on Carnival Radiance commencing April 29, 2020, the revamp ship will first sail from Barcelona, Spain to the Mediterranean through June 2020, then to Bermuda, Canada, and New England, Caribbean, and Cuba from New York City through September 2020, from Norfolk Virginia to the Bahamas and Cuba through November 2020, and from Port Canaveral, Florida, the Cuba and the Caribbean, starting in November 2020