This is a Carnival Cruise Lines ship that I have designed. I will be sending it to Carnival to see if they like it. It is for small/charter cruises to destinations worldwide. It can hold 44 Lego sixed people; 28 passengers and 16 crew members. It has five decks, two life boats, 14 staterooms, gym, two restaurants and an outdoor spa area on the top deck. It is 49" long, 13" wide and 19" tall.
About this creation
This deck one for crew only. I didn’t make an engine room because in real life it would be under the water line. So instead I made a cargo area and a garbage room. Also you can see the crew rooms.
This is a close up on the cargo and garbage area.
This is the Empress Deck (deck two). This deck has five staterooms, doctor area, the main restaurant and the main galley.
The main restaurant has lots of seating and a welcome area with a host to greet you in.
This is the main galley of the ship. This kitchen runs 24/7 and serves most of the ship.
This is the guest relations area of the ship. This is the first thing you see when you board the ship on the Lido deck (deck three).
The discovery lounge is the main source of entertainment on the ship as well it houses the main bar.
This is at the back of the Lido deck. The Lido grill is a fun place to sit, eat and watch the sea. You can get everything from pizza to ice cream here.
The Verandah deck (deck four) which houses the bridge, gym, muster stations and the verandah staterooms.
This is the front of the boat looking at the bridge.
This is the bridge, where all the sailing and navigation is done to run the ship.
The front deck of the gym and the stairs leading up to the Sun deck (deck five) is shown is this photo.
The gym has in wall TVs, weights, bench-press, treadmill and bike.
This is a photo of the port muster station.
Behind the ships horn you can see the hot tub and chair area on the front of the Sun deck (deck five).
The band with a drummer and a singer plays as the ship sails.
The dance floor is being danced on while the band plays. Also you can see the bar area.
You can see the start of the funnel and of the bar area.
One of the verandah guests out on his verandah enjoying the views.
The stern of the ship.
In this photo you can see the life boats down and ready to go.
The starboard life boat being lowered to the water.
The bow of the ship houses the crane and docking lines and you can also see the forward radar area.
The ship is docked at the port and loading up for another fun cruise aboard Carnival Cruise Lines.
A close up on the terminal building.
The forklift below is busy loading cargo and baggage onto the ship as the passengers travel above on the boarding bridge onto the ship.
The cargo area where trucks can come and drop off their loads for the ship.
The last photo shows a K-9 unit checking out some cargo before its loaded into the ship. You can also see the dock lines.
Wow amazing ! I built a yacht and cruise. Tell me if I should post. The cruise has detail but is a little small. The yacht is a little bigger but less detail. Tell me to post before i use parts from them. There really cool. Trust.me you will like it. Anyway nice cruise best I have ever seen! Great size and detail!! Did you build the loading terminal all by your self? You should post pics on the terminal!!! Great job. See ya!!!!
How neat that is! Love the details and the sheer size of this cruise ship. How heavy is sit? The port and the docks are really cool surroundings, too - it´s an awesome scene. Wish I would have more time to build now - would love to continue working on my big jet... But I know that one day, my airport/airfield layout will be completed. And it´s gonna be great - once I get the chance I´ll put all my time and energy in it... But right now, no way (I´m writing on the final thesis of my studies). Maybe after this year, for the layout:)... Anyways, great job! Steffen