Carnival to Expand Popular ‘Seaside Theatre’ Concept to Five Additional ‘Fun Ships’

by Joyce Oliva

  

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             “Carnival’s Seaside Theatres” — jumbo-sized LED screens currently featured poolside on five Carnival “Fun Ships,” including the new 113,300-ton Carnival Splendor which debuted earlier this month – will be expanded to an additional five vessels over the next year.

            The massive 270-square-foot screens display a variety of programming, including movies, concerts, news, sporting events and the entertaining “Morning Shows” which are hosted by the ships’ respective cruise directors. Additionally, during Carnival’s lively deck parties, music videos, along with live shots of the band and party guests, are displayed. 

            The first “Seaside Theatre” debuted aboard the 110,000-ton Carnival Liberty in 2005 and the concept proved so popular with guests that the facilities have been incorporated into all of the line’s subsequent new ship projects, including the 130,000-ton Carnival Dream currently under construction and set to debut Sept. 12, 2009.

            The 101,000-ton Carnival Destiny and 102,000-ton Carnival Triumph will also be retrofitted with “Seaside Theatres” during scheduled dry docks later this year with the 110,000-ton Carnival Conquest and Carnival Glory set to receive the screens next year.   In addition to Carnival Liberty and Carnival Splendor, other ships equipped with Seaside Theatres include Carnival Valor, Carnival Freedom and Carnival Victory.

            The 12-foot-high by 22-foot-wide screens utilize the same technology featured in large stadiums and New York’s Times Square and can be seen during both the day and evening hours.  In addition to superior picture quality, the state-of-the-art entertainment system includes a 70,000-watt sound system, providing concert quality sound, even outdoors.

               

 

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4 comments

Carol July 17, 2008 - 7:48 pm

Yippee !! I am sailing on the Triumph after she gets her seaside theatre !!
I am excited !!

jackie August 8, 2008 - 12:35 pm

What date are you on the Triumph?

Dorris the Princess August 8, 2008 - 11:36 pm

I am so excited. I have two cruises planned next year, on Destiny and Victory. Victory already has the Seaside Theater, and now Destiny will get it prior to our cruise. I am so excited. I think some of the ladies will be pleased with this news. I will cut and paste the information above and send it in the next update email. This is a Ladies Only group cruising in February of 2009. I am so excited.

bob August 14, 2008 - 7:29 am

riding triumph in may 2009 out of norfolk, va will be neat to see the big screen outside.

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