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Carnival Splendor’s Inaugural Call in San Francisco Marked with Shipboard Reception

by Vance Gulliksen

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Port of San Francisco Deputy Director – Maritime Peter Dailey (left) presents Carnival Splendor Captain Giorgio Pagano with a plaque during a reception commemorating the ship’s inaugural call at the port earlier this month.

The largest ship in Carnival Cruise Lines’ fleet, the 3,006-passenger Carnival Splendor sailed on special two-day cruises from San Francisco and Los Angeles before repositioning to Long Beach for year-round seven-day Mexican Riviera cruises that begin April 5.

Representing a new class for the line, Carnival Splendor offers a host of innovations, including a 21,000-square-foot health and wellness center – the largest in the fleet — and the line’s most elaborate children’s facilities to date. Other features include 22 lounges and bars, four swimming pools, and a massive LED screen on Lido Deck displaying movies, concerts, sporting events and other programming.

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Linda Spyres March 30, 2009 - 5:23 pm

I just had the opportunity to sail on the Splendor and she’s absolutely beautiful! I can heartily recommend her to my clients! If anyone would like more information just email me at vac-r-us@swbell.net and I’ll be glad to tell you all about her!

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