Carnival Luminosa Cruises
Carnival Luminosa sails a variety of itineraries initially including visits to Australian favourites such as the Great Barrier Reef and Airlie Beach, and on to the South Pacific with Noumea, Lifou Island, Port Vila, Mystery Island, Papua New Guinea, and Fiji. After cruising seasonally from Brisbane, Luminosa will then move to Seattle for Alaska itineraries from May-Sep. Given the short timeline to get Luminosa ready for service with Carnival, the ship went through modest updates in 2022, which means she will not initially have all of the Funship 2.0 branded spaces seen across the rest of the cruise line’s fleet. She will however still offer the Carnival experience onboard, with great entertainment, helpful and friendly staff, and of course, lots of FUN!
The 90,700 GT, 2,060-passenger Carnival Luminosa entered service in 2009. She is a sister ship to Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth, and was more recently known as Costa Luminosa. It represents a new, smaller design for Carnival Cruises (that can traverse the Panama Canal). The interior is dazzlingly bright, as her name suggests. Read more
Other features include a 4-D cinema, roller skating, Sony Playstation3 game consoles in every stateroom, 18-hole golf simulator, outdoor putting green, Grand Prix racing car simulator, and an outdoor big screen on he central pool deck.
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