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OVERVIEW

Carnival Fantasy was the lead ship in Carnival's
Fantasy-class.  This design proved so successful that
eight ships were built based on the Fantasy.  For many
years, the Fantasy-class ships were the work horses of
the Carnival fleet and they continue to play an important
role in Carnival today.  

Built at a cost of $225 million, Fantasy entered service in
1990 and was at the time, one of the largest cruise ships
in service.  Indeed, Fantasy was billed as a modern
"superliner."

Cruise ships, of course, have gotten bigger since then.  In
fact, Carnival's latest Dream class ships are almost twice
as big as the Fantasy class.  But, as a result,  Fantasy
then
focused passengers looking for the intimacy of a smaller
ship.

The Carnival Fantasy
changed significantly from the
Carnival Fantasy that was launched in 1990.  The line
spent millions to keep Fantasy and her sisters viable in
the American market.  This included adding new features
such as the Carnival Waterworks and the adults-only
Serenity Retreat.  There
was also a change in focus over
the years so that the programming and amenities
became
more geared towards young families.

Although each of the Fantasy-class ships was built to the
same design, they are all quite distinct,  Interior designer
Joe Farcus used a different theme for each ship.  His goal
was to place the guests in a new and fun environment that
is unlike their commonplace experiences. For the
Fantasy, he used the theme "Mystic Muses".   

 Since the line's founding by Ted Arison in 1972,
Carnival's strategy has been to bring cruising to the
average person.  Carnival Fantasy d
id this in two ways.  
First, Fantasy offer
ed a quality cruise experience at an
affordable price.  Second, Fantasy, like several of her
sisters,
was based in a port that is not served by
numerous cruise ships.  This ma
de cruising more
accessible to the people who live in that part of the
country.

Carnival Fantasy w
ent out of service in 2020, a victim of
the COVID 19 pandemic.  She was sold for scrap.
       
CARNIVAL
FANTASY
PHOTO TOUR AND
COMMENTARY
The Guest Services Desk
is open 24-hours a day
providing information, doing
financial transactions, acting as
a lost and found and acting as
an interface between the guests
and management.
The Shore Excursions Desk
provides information on ports-of-call
and shore excursions and sells shore
excursions.
Imagination as a $1
million art collection
including large
abstract works that
dominate elevator
and staircase
landings.
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