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Another Carnival ship gets adults-only area

Yet another Carnival cruise ship has been upgraded to have an adults-only retreat on one of its top decks.

The 2,124-passenger Carnival Miracle emerged last week from a two-week overhaul in dry dock that included the addition of one of the line’s signature, adults-only Serenity areas at the back of the vessel.

Carnival began adding the adults-only areas across its fleet in 2007, and they’re now available on all but three of the line’s 23 ships.

The Serenity areas generally include whirlpools; plush chaise lounges and chairs; and hammocks. The Carnival Miracle’s Serenity area also has a pool and a full bar.

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The overhaul of the Carnival Miracle also brought new flat-screen televisions for every cabin; updated main pool and children’s wading pool areas; and a refurbished night club.

The Carnival Miracle currently sails from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on eight-night Caribbean voyages and will launch the line’s first-ever year-round Caribbean service from New York starting on April 12. It’ll then move to the West Coast in early 2013 to offer cruises to Mexico, Hawaii and Alaska.


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