We saw two short features, each about 8-10 minutes long. The first starred Sponge Bob, and our seats shook, shifted, vibrated, and bumped during an exciting chase. We also had bubbles flying around and water misted in our faces. Very funny! Not so sure about the ??? that was periodically tickling my legs. The second short animated movie starred Mumbles the penguin in a wild ride in Antarctica. The temperature in the theater cooled slightly and I could almost feel the snowy climate. This feature included a slide down an icy mountain, filled with bumps and spills. It also included being chased by a ferocious elephant seal. When the seal emerged from the sea and blew water from his nose, we were all sprayed by a mist. A little scary in some parts, but exhilarating and hilarious.
The Carnival Breeze Thrill Theater should be great fun for most age groups. Parents will need to decide about how their children will take to the experience. The shows run every 30 minutes, and most features run less than 10 minutes. Two features are shown at each sitting. The cost is $7.95 per person, or $14.95 per person for an unlimited pass. Since the Carnival Breeze shows about 10 different features, the unlimited pass is a good buy if your family loves high-tech multi-dimensional experiences like this one.
The 3,690-guest Carnival Breeze is a sister ship to the Carnival Dream and Carnival Magic. The new ship, launched in June 2012, also has many other new features like several new dining venues, new production shows and entertainment like the Comedy Brunch, and new bars and lounges. She's certainly a great addition to the "Fun Ship" fleet.