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Carnival Victory

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After undergoing an extensive bow-to-stern refurbishment in 2020, the renowned Carnival Victory will become the stunning Carnival Radiance. Having first been launched back in the year 2000, this 2,746 capacity ship has served extremely well, taking all kinds of cruisers on some fantastic holidays all over the world. Maintaining the high standards and continuing to offer cruisers the very best in comfort, entertainment, and cuisine, the refresh will only amplify the Carnival Victory experience.

You'll know you picked a winner for your cruise as soon as you board the ship when you see the stunning, nine-story Seven Seas Atrium. You'll be smiling from ear-to-ear as you experience her four shimmering pools, a wide variety of delicious dining options, endless entertainment venues, a friendly casino, a state-of-the-art Spa Carnival and - of course - spacious staterooms.

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/01/2000
Tonnage 101509
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 25
Number Of Decks 13
Number Of Elevators 18
Number Of Pools 3
Number Of Restaurants 4
Formal Nights Yes
Kids Clubs Yes
Maximum Capacity 2758 (3473)
Crew 1100
Refurbished 01/01/2011

Ship Facilities


Carnival Victory offers a range of great dining options, from a comprehensive a la carte menu at the Pacific Dining Room, to some fantastic complimentary room service should you be wanting a relaxing evening in your stateroom. Other options include:

  • Mediterranean Restaurant
  • Spa Carnival Selections
  • Sushi Bar and European Style Café
  • 24-Hour Pizzeria and Ice Cream Bar
  • After the 2020 refurbishment, even more dining options will be available to guests. Cucina del Capitano, Fahrenheit 555 Steakhouse, and Guy's Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse.


Carnival Victory offers some fabulous entertainment opportunities onboard. Try your luck in the South China Sea Club Casino, or watch a range of live music, comedy, and productions in the Caribbean Show Lounge. Those looking for a more relaxed evening can spend time in the Ionian Lounge, for a fine cigar and their favourite short. Or there's the Irish Sea Bar, a comfortable piano bar which is great for a sing-along or simply to sit back, relax, and listen. Club Arctic is also on hand if you want a night out dancing and socialising.

After 2020, the well-loved Limelight Lounge and English-style RedFrog Pub will also be onboard.

Things to do


There are no shortage of ways to spend your free time onboard Carnival Victory. During the day, guests can put their skills to the test in a mini-golf or paper airplane competition, or try out one of the ship’s interactive game shows. Alternatively, you could use your time on the ship to learn a new skill with towel-folding lessons or dance classes.

If you have a spare moment, check out the vast literature collection at the library, the perfect place to escape the crowds for a peaceful few hours lost in a book.

No holiday is complete without a spot of retail therapy so have a walk through the onboard shops, selling perfumes, jewellery, clothes and accessories, to see if anything catches your eye.

Spa and fitness

As well as three fantastic outdoor swimming pools, Carnival Victory also boasts a fully-equipped gym for those wanting to keep on top of a health and fitness regime during their holiday.

And to relax, there are seven Jacuzzis and a stylish spa at which you can indulge in a range of treatments like massage and facials. The 2020 refurbishment will see the spa upgraded to become the gorgeous Cloud 9 Spa, which has proven to be very popular onboard other Carnival ships thanks to its calming atmosphere and opulent design.

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