The Carnival Dream debuts on September 21, 2009 and will be Carnival’s most innovative ship yet.Â
The Gathering sounds interesting andÂ fun.Â It features different ethnic cuisine including a Mongolian Wok, a burrio bar, a large salad bar, pasta bar and Indian dishes from the tandoori oven.Â This restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and has no additional charge.Â
For all of you who love sushi, Wasabi will serve complimentary sushi on the promenade deck.
Chef’s Art Steakhouse has a surcharge of $30 per person and recommends reservations.Â The specialty here is dry-aged beef, sounds great to me!
The Carnival Dream has some other new features that have been recently announced including onboard social networking.Â Also just introduced is aÂ behind the scene ship tour.Â Called “Behind the Fun”Â aÂ three-and-a-half-hour tour is a behind-the-scenes look at the lineâ€™s shipboard operations. Participants pay $95 to get access to ship areas that are normally off limits to passengers, such as the laundry room, galley, crew’s dining room, crew’s gym and training center according to an article from Travel Weekly.Â Princess has also implemented this programÂ last year called The UltimateÂ ShipÂ Tour.Â Wonder what really happens below deck 🙂