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Carnival Conquest emerge from the extensive drydocking

The 2,974-passenger Carnival Conquest resumed service this week from Galveston, Texas, following an extensive, multi-million-dollar renovation that included the addition of a new Circle “C” club for 12- to 14-year-olds and a massive LED screen on Lido Deck. Eighteen balconies were also added to existing ocean view staterooms. The Camp Carnival and Club O2 facilities for children and teens, respectively, were also updated.

The 110,000 gross ton Carnival Conquest operates year-round 7-night Caribbean cruises departing Galveston every Sunday. In addition to seven-day western Caribbean cruises to Montego Bay, Grand Cayman and Cozumel, the ship begins a new weeklong eastern Caribbean option Feb. 15, with calls at Key West, Freeport and Nassau. The Feb. 15 departure will be the first of 11 eastern Caribbean cruises this year.

“Carnival Conquest is already a popular cruise vacation option and with these new guest-pleasing features – along with an exciting eastern Caribbean itinerary – we’re making a terrific ‘Fun Ship’ even better,” said Roberta Jacoby, Carnival’s Senior Vice President of Hotel Operations.

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