Cruise ship Carnival Miracle

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292.5 m (959'07")

Passenger capacity

2,680 unit


Carnival Miracle Carnival Miracle was the sixth cruise ship in a series of new Panamax-Max size cruise for Carnival Corporation and operated by Carnival Cruise Lines and Costa Crociere. The first ship in the series, Costa Atlantica, was delivered in June 2000, and the sister ships Carnival Spirit and Carnival Pride in 2001 and Carnival Legend in 2002, Costa Mediterranea in 2003. The Horatio's Restaurant behind the main pool area is a casual Lido-area that has a variety of special dining areas for breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets, and 24-hour pizza and ice cream. There is two-level health and fitness center, the Adonis Spa, four swimming pools, one featuring a retractable dome, five whirlpools, a large casino (Mr. Lucky's) and more than ten themed bars, lounges and public areas for activities and entertainment, including the Dr. Frankenstein's Lab dance club, the Frankie & Johnnie's jazz club and the Maguire's sports bar. In addition there is a big shopping area and a wedding chapel. There is also an internet library, a conference center and large facilities for children and youngsters, including a cascading water slide. Main Characteristics of the Carnival Miracle Length 292.50 m Breadth 38.80 m Draught 8.0 m Passengers 2680 Crew 930 Speed 22 knots


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