PHOTO TOUR AND
AREAS, and OTHER
The Internet Cafe continues the English Restoration decor of the adjacent Oxford Bar (above
left). The Washington Library (aove right) has a quiet elegance condusive for reading or
playing board games.
The TRIUMPH Fun Shops carry a selection of
name-brand items including fragrances, watches
and jewelry. There is also duty-free liquor as well
as logo and souvenir items. Formalities (upper
right) is a standard feature on Carnival ships
where one can buy or rent items for the formal
evenings or obtain items (e.g., flowers, wine,
candy) to enhance special occasions.
With family travel increasing, the cruise
lines are devoting more space to
children's facilities and TRIUMPH is no
exception. It has an extensive organized
children's program. (See onboard
handout about Triumph's program)
Increasingly popular on cruise ships are art auctions and galleries in which guests can purchase original works. The Art
Gallery is located on Main Deck in an area that opens upward into the Atrium (above left). There is also an extensive
Photo Gallery for purchasing sou vernier shots and portraits done by the ship's photographers as well as cameras and
accessories (above right).
Camp Carnival is for
children 2 to 11 years old.
There are both indoor facilities
with toys, games, computers, and
a large plasma screen for movie
nights as wellas outdoor
Circle C is for passengers 12 to 14 years. There is a Circle C Lounge with games, arts and crafts
supplies and video equipment
Club O2 is for teenagers 15 -17 years. Its lounge features
a DJ booth for parties as well as video games and
Tokyo is the ship's
video game arcade.
The name was selected
because Japan plays a
leading role in the
video game industry.
The decor was selected
because so many video
games feature caves.
Cruise ship photo tour - Carnival Cruise Lines -Carnival Triumph - page 3