Carnival Glory

Cruz, Georgina
March 2005
Cruise Travel;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p30
The article author informs that shortly after she and her husband set sail from Port Canaveral on a seven-day voyage to the Eastern Caribbean on Carnival Cruise Lines' Carnival Glory, her husband and she stood out on deck and gazed at a completely blue world; cloudless skies as far as the eye could see above, plus calm indigo waters below. And while the panorama outdoors was made up only of shades of blue, inside they had a veritable rainbow. The 110,000-gross-register-ton/2,974-passenger Carnival Glory embraces color, and does so to such an extent-- each public room celebrates shade of the rainbow--that color becomes her theme. INSET: MS CARNIVAL GLORY FACTS & FIGURES.


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