Sister ship to the Carnival Sunshine, this megaliner boasts an outdoor entertainment area that's three football fields long. Among its features: several pools, Jacuzzis, a 214-foot spiral waterslide, shaded bars, cafe tables, stages, an outdoor movie screen, a dance floor and, of course, plenty of room for sunning. There's a three-level theater for Vegas-style shows and a club that features cabaret acts. Stop in at the Vienna Café for a cappuccino, catch up with your favorite team at the EA Sports Bar or have an after-dinner drink and cigar at the Oxford Bar. For kids, there's Children's World (an expanded Camp Carnival) and the cavern-like Underground Tokyo video arcade. Dining options include two traditional dining rooms, the bistro-style South Beach Club Restaurant and the poolside 24-hour pizzeria and grill. Of Triumph’s 1379 staterooms, sixty percent offer ocean views and more than half of those rooms feature a verandah.
Cruises departing before September 1, 2016:$12.00 per guest, per day. Cruises departing on or after September 1, 2016: $12.95 per person, per day for guests sailing in standard staterooms and $13.95 per person, per day for guests in suite accommodations. These amounts are automatically charged to onboard account (amount can be adjusted according to quality of service received). 15% tip included on beverage orders. No tips required for children under 2.