The one pool stays packed with kids and families, so don't plan on swimming laps when the ship is at sea. There's plenty of time for that in the sea when the ship is in port! Many passengers are content to relax in either the shade or the sun on the comfortable lounge chairs. Serenity, the adults-only retreat area aft on deck 9, features teak-style decking, large colorful umbrellas, plush chaise lounges, and thatched roofing. Adults looking to escape from their kids can drop them at Camp Carnival right next door to Serenity. The kids will enjoy being with their friends, and the parents will appreciate the relaxation time and an icy drink from the bar. Serenity does not have a pool, but does have two whirlpools.
Carnival added a large WaterWorks aqua park on the Verandah Deck during the 2008 upgrades. Waterworks has a twisting four deck high, 300-foot water slide, dual racing slides (82-feet long), and a wide variety of water spray toys. Although it sounds like an area for kids, many adults got into the action, and kids of all ages seem to love playing in the water.
In addition to the pool and deck areas, the Carnival Fantasy has a walking/jogging track over the spa, and it surrounds a miniature golf course and driving cage for those who want to keep up their skills. Golfers can also sign up for personalized lessons or play top golf course in the Bahamas or Key West while the ship is in port.
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