Some Carnival Breeze ship facts:
Inaugural cruise in: 2012
Maximum number of passengers: 3690
Carnival Breeze set sail on its first cruises in June 2012, splitting the year between Europe and the Caribbean. While in Europe, Breeze makes 12-day trips through the Mediterranean. The rest of the year is spent taking 6- and 8-night cruises from Miami to the Caribbean. (In May 2016, Breeze will relocate to Galveston.) Available staterooms range from windowless interior rooms to balcony and balcony-less rooms with ocean views. The Grand Suite, Ocean Suite and Junior Suite are available to those who are looking for a little more on-board luxury.
Befitting a ship that can carry over 3,600 passengers, there are many places to grab something to eat on Carnival’s Breeze. The main dining rooms are called Blush and Sapphire. Guy Fieri (Food Network’s Mr. Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives) is contributing to “Guy’s Burger Shack”, near the pool. The BlueIguana Cantina features tacos, burritos, chips and salsa. The Sushi Bar is available for those with an affinity for chopsticks and an aversion to fire. The Lido Marketplace is a “food court”-style eatery, with everything from deli to Indian to Mongolian to Italian. Cucina del Capitano is the “specialty” Italian restaurant on Breeze (extra fee required). Similarly, high-quality beef is on the menu at Fahrenheit 555 Steakhouse.
The Cloud 9 Spa offers all kinds of therapies, ranging from the vitamin-enriched “thalassotherapy pool” to the dry heat “tepidarium” to the fitness equipment in the world-class gym. Up on the top deck, the SportSquare is the place for basketball, soccer, jogging, mini golf…even foosball, table tennis and the first-ever SkyCourse (a “ropes course”).