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Top 49 Things That Carnival Cruisers Miss the Most

It’s been exactly one year since cruises from the U.S. were shutdown due to the ongoing health pandemic. This week, Carnival Cruise Line celebrated their 49th birthday and they asked their loyal guests to rate the “Top 49 Moments Guests Miss About Cruising”.

So what do Carnival cruisers miss the most about cruising. Here are the top 49 things that include everything from Guys Burger Joint to sailaway parties.

49. Late night strolls
48. Waking up in a new destination
47. Lounging by the pool
46. Going on shore excursions in port
45. Family time
44. Eating at Blue Iguana
43. Brunch on sea days
42. Trivia
41. Partying with the Fun Squad
40. 24/7 pizza
39. Skyride on the Vista class cruise ships
38. Funnel horn
37. Star gazing from the top deck at night
36. Havana Club
35. Chef’s Table
34. Exploring the islands of the Caribbean
33. Drinks on Serenity Deck
32. Visiting the bridge
31. Cruise director announcements
30. The shows
29. Sunsets and sunrises
28. Alchemy Bar
27. Sea days
26. Being able to unplug
25. Free ice cream
24. Sailaway party
23. Elegant night
22. Piano Bar
21. Cocktail on your balcony
20. 80s night
19. Chocolate Lava Cake
18. Waiters singing and dancing during dinner
17. Water slides
16. Room service
15. O2
14. The crew
13. The sound of the ocean at night
12. Not having to cook or clean
11. The casino
10. Redfrog Pub
9. When you first walk onboard
8. Half Moon Cay
7. The spa
6. Punchliner Comedy Club
5. Ocean views
4. Meeting new people
3. Guys Burgers
2. Late night movies
1. Sailaway

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Over the years, Carnival Cruise Line has grown to become the “World’s Most Popular Cruise Line” carrying more than 90 million satisfied guests as well as serving as the flagship of Carnival Corporation, a global vacation leader with a portfolio of nine cruise lines.

Carnival’s 50th birthday festivities begin in March 2022, the cruise line’s birthday month, with a series of commemorative cruises.

The cruises will feature at-sea ship meet-ups off the coast of The Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexico and Australia, as well as special entertainment and activities continuing all year long, all culminating with Carnival Celebration’s arrival to PortMiami in November.

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