Built in 2004, this ship was refurbished in 2015, and at 88,500 tons carries 2,124. Carnival Miracle features onboard spaces inspired by elements of fantasy. Go check out a show at the Phantom Lounge, get a drink at the Odyssey Bar, lose yourself in a song at Sam’s Piano Bar or have a dance at Dr. Frankenstein’s Lab. Restaurants include the formal Bacchus Dining Room, Nick and Nora’s Steakhouse, and Horatio’s Restaurant – a casual eatery that takes its name and nautical theme from a C.S. Forester novel. The Alchemy Bar makes drinks into art and the laid-back RedFrog Pub radiates of the Caribbean. Fun in the sun waits outside, whether you want to take a slide down the Twister Waterslide or just get a tan. Kids and adults alike have their own private spaces as well, with Club Ocean and the Serenity retreat respectively. Carnival offers larger staterooms than most other cruise lines and most of the rooms on Carnival Miracle provide ocean views.