Ship Info & Itinerary
March 1st – 8th, 2020 | 7 Days from New Orleans | Carnival Glory
Carnival Glory Itinerary
|Sunday, March 1st||New Orleans, LA||03:30 PM|
|Monday, March 2nd||At Sea|
|Tuesday, March 3rd||At Sea|
|Wednesday, March 4th||Mahogany Bay, Isla Roatan||08:00am||06:00pm|
|Thursday, March 5th||Belize||08:00am||05:00pm|
|Friday, March 6th||Cozumel, Mexico||7:00am||5:00pm|
|Saturday, March 7th||At Sea|
|Sunday, March 8th||Arriving New Orleans||08:00am|
There’s no need for a wand or cape, the magic comes naturally on the Carnival Magic. This super ship was the first ship to feature a ropes course at sea. The ropes course is a focal point of the SportsSquare where you and your friends can play miniature golf, table tennis or foosball. You could spend an entire day in the SportsSquare or the Carnival WaterWorks water park, just don’t miss out on the relaxing Cloud 9 Spa where a rejuvenating facial is calling your name. Then head to Cucina del Capitano for a family-style Italian dinner.
Tip 1: Book the Emerald Room Steakhouse on Embarkation Day
If you want to splurge on date night, head to the Emerald Steakhouse on Deck 10 for filet mignon, lobster tail, lamb chops and more USDA Prime meaty goodness. The $35 surcharge is steep when you can get plenty of free food in the Golden and Platinum restaurants, but if you make your reservation for the first night of your cruise, you will get a free bottle of house white or red wine — and your pick of dining times and tables, as it’s a slow night at the steakhouse.
Tip 2: Discover the Adults-Only Retreats
Carnival’s main pool might be the heart of the ship, but if you’re looking for respite from hairy chest contests, concerts on a giant LED screen, and squeals and splashes from the water slide, you can find serenity in the two-deck, adults-only sun deck of the same name.
Tip 3: Eat Green Eggs and Ham
There’s no age limit for enjoying Fruit Loop-coated French toast, multicolor pancakes and fluorescent scrambled eggs at Carnival’s Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast, held one sea day per cruise as part of the line’s partnership with Dr. Seuss. For $5 per person, you get a multicourse breakfast plus entertainment by and photo opportunities with beloved Dr. Seuss characters.
Tip 4: Become a Regular at Your Favorite Bar
Glory has an array of watering holes, from the competing pool deck bars — RedFrog Rum Bar for cocktails and Carnival’s house beer, BlueIguana Tequila Bar for margaritas and tequila drinks — to the lab-themed Alchemy cocktail bar and the EA Sports Bar for enjoying both virtual and real game play. Pick your favorite, and visit it often throughout the cruise!
Tip 5: Come Early for Comedy
Carnival has partnered with George Lopez to present a rotating roster of comedians, offering PG and 18+ shows in the Ebony Cabaret. The standup comedy is so popular that a line forms outside a half hour before showtime.