The Carnival Liberty is a large mainstream cruise ship owned by Carnival Cruise Lines that sails 7-day cruises from Miami to the eastern and western Caribbean
year-round. The ship carries over 3000 guests and was launched in 2005. The Carnival Liberty was the first Carnival ship to undergo the $500 million fleetwide Fun Ship 2.0
enhancements in late 2011, and these changes included the addition of some great new casual dining venues on the cruise ship. The 2.0 changes will be rolled out to the entire Carnival fleet through 2015.
There's at least a dozen places to dine on the Carnival Liberty, each offering a variety of cuisines. Except as noted below, all are included in the base cruise fare.
In addition to these dining venues, the Carnival Liberty also has a special Chef's Table dinner with a surcharge of $75 per person. This dinner starts with hors d'oeuvres in the gallery, followed by dinner designed by Carnival's master chefs in either one of the dining rooms or in a intimate, quiet room on the ship like the library. These dinners are limited to 12 persons.
The Carnival Liberty also has 24-hour complimentary room service.
Carnival Liberty Dining and Cuisine Photo Gallery.