WIN 10 DAY fam­ily cruise aboard the Car­ni­val Leg­end


Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - FRONT PAGE - Karen Neu­mann

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YOU KNOW that hol­i­day re­frain, “I’m bored”? You won’t hear it on a Car­ni­val Cruise Line ship.

With more than 45 ac­tiv­i­ties over 12 decks, the big­gest chal­lenge will be de­cid­ing what to do.

Chil­dren will be kept happy with Green Thun­der – the steep­est and fastest wa­ter slide at sea and a key fea­ture of the top-deck wa­ter park Car­ni­val Wa­ter-Works ™ – as well as a host of kids’ club ac­tiv­i­ties.

Grown-ups can head to the Seren­ity ™ Re­treat, an adults-only space with its own sun­deck, bar and pool. The wicker lounge pods are the per­fect place to curl up with a book or have a si­esta.

Sports fans will love the SKY­BOX Sports Bar, which boasts 16 flat-screen TVs and an LED ticker with re­al­time scores and head­lines.

In the mood for pam­per­ing? Un­wind with a mas­sage or fa­cial treat­ment in the day spa.

For evening en­ter­tain­ment, cruis­ers can choose laughs at Punch­liner Com­edy Club or try their luck in the casino. Mu­sic lovers have a range of sounds to choose from, in­clud­ing clas­sic hits with Mu­sic Manila or the DJ’s dance beats.

Playlist Pro­duc­tions shows in­clude the 88 Keys Rock’ n’ Roll Pi­ano Show; a high-tech recre­ation of clas­sic beach flicks in Get­away Is­land; Epic Rock, a cel­e­bra­tion of ’70s and ’80s rock­ers; and a ly­cra ex­trav­a­ganza, ’80s Pop to the Max.

If you like the sound of your own voice, The Shang­hai Pi­ano Bar has karaoke in the early evening, or if the sounds of si­lence are more your style, chill on the up­per deck un­der the stars.

Cruis­ing is the com­fort­able way to travel. Board, un­pack, re­lax, be waited on, sleep in a comfy bed and wake up re­freshed in a new des­ti­na­tion.

Af­ter my first cruise, I un­der­stand what peo­ple rave about. Now, where did I put that brochure?

The writer trav­elled on Car­ni­val Spirit as a guest of Car­ni­val Cruise Line

Car­ni­val Wa­ter­Works ™ of­fers thrills for young and old, while the adults-only Seren­ity ™ Re­treat is the per­fect spot for mum and dad to re­lax while chil­dren are off hav­ing fun.

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