CARNIVAL SPIRIT cruises Glacier Bay . . .

Owned by the Carnival Corporation of Miami, Florida, the 85,920 gross ton CARNIVAL SPIRIT is registered in Panama. The ship was constructed at the Kvaerner Shipyard in Helsinki, Finland, starting with the keel laying in 1999. The ship entered service in April 2001. The ship's propulsion and hotel electrical load is provided by six Wartsila diesel engines driving two azipod thruster units at the stern. The ship is approximately 960 feet long with a 105.6 foot Panamax beam. She draws about 26 feet of water. She carries 2680 passengers on cruises to Alaska in the summer and then she cruises to Hawaii and Mexico during the winter months.

 

At the Franklin Dock in Juneau . . .

Ship towers over the Juneau waterfront . . .

Steering and azipod controls . . .

Maneuvering controls and ECDIS . . .

View of foredeck from the bridge . . .

Magnificent atrium with glass elevators provide access to passenger decks . . .

Covered swimming pools and hot tubs can be used even in while cruising Alaskan waters . . .

Spacious fitness center with gorgeous view forward . . .

Chapel for worship services . . .

Video arcade for young cruisers . . .

Informal dining . . .

Internet connectivity available . . .

CARNIVAL SPIRIT from Mount Roberts Tramway . . .