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The Ultimate Guide to Carnival’s “Bottomless Bubbles” Package

If you are sailing with kids — or you just like soda yourself — then you’ve likely considered the “Bottomless Bubbles” package offered by Carnival. Put simply, this package offers unlimited soda and juices for passengers during their entire cruise.

Bottomless Bubbles is Carnival’s soda program on the ship. Below, we cover all the details of the program and if it’s worth the money.

While the concept is simple, you might still have plenty of questions about the package such as if Bottomless Bubbles is worth it, how the package works, what’s included, and how much it costs.

We’ve rounded up details on the package to help you learn more and decide if purchasing this drink package is the right move for your next cruise.

What Is Carnival’s Bottomless Bubbles?

Bottomless Bubbles is Carnival’s unlimited drink package for soda and juices. With this program, you pay one daily rate to

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Carnival Celebration Live Blog (Days 6 & 7): What’s the Verdict on Carnival’s New Ship?

Note: Carnival welcomed its newest ship to the fleet earlier this month with Carnival Celebration now sailing from Miami. Cruzely was invited to sail on one of the first voyages. The seven-day cruise departed Miami headed to Cozumel, Costa Maya, and Mahogany Bay (Roatan). I’ll be live-blogging the experience each day to share what sailing the new ship is like.

You can view other days here:

The trip back to Miami meant two days at sea. And while the sky was clear, the wind was blowing hard, putting a bit of a damper on outdoor activities (and a rocking to the ship).

So far the cruise aboard Carnival’s newest ship has been packed with so much happening. There was embarkation day and an initial day at sea to explore Carnival Celebration for the first time. That was followed by three days with three different ports. But as the ship makes

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Cruise to Hawaii: Top Attractions to See

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Tunnels Beach, Kauai

When you cruise to Hawaii, you certainly are not traveling all that distance just to hang out on the ship while you are in port. You go to Hawaii to experience all the culture and natural beauty that the islands have to offer. But with so much that qualifies as unmissable on these lush and majestic islands, you’ll want to know where to go and what to look for when you arrive. To get you started, check out our guide to some of the most important must-see attractions on each of the major islands you are likely to visit on any Hawaii cruise.

Oahu: The Start of your Hawaii Cruise

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The view of Oahu from the top of Diamond Head State Monument

Most of the time, embarking on a cruise from Hawaii means leaving from Honolulu, on the island of Oahu. While you are in town,

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