If you’re hungry, the deli is that way! But whether you’re a pickleball novice or kind of a pro, we’re serving up a spot on-board where you can meet up for some friendly competition. In this scaled-down tennis-like game — pop! — oh hey, that’s just the way it sounds when someone hits the ball, you’ll get used to it. This game’s history goes way back to the 60s but it’s gotten pretty popular lately, and best of all your cruise is a great time to learn the simple rules and take a whack at this game — pop! — yep, like they just did. So if you’ve ever played tennis, ping-pong or badminton, you might already have the skills. And even if you haven’t, just — pop! — pop on over for a game.

The Details:

Age Range: 18+
Cost: Included
Attire: Safety & Comfort

Attire: Safety & Comfort

Who said cruises are for chilling? It definitely wasn’t us, because Carnival also gives you so many chances to get active at sea.

Top speeds and high scores are cool, but doing it safely is important… and this actually starts with your clothes. That’s why we’re putting on our fashion-referee hat and laying out a few simple rules about what you can and can’t wear when you’re getting active on a Carnival cruise.

Activities (Basketball, Dodgeball, Outdoor Fitness, Pickleball, Ropes Course, SkyRide, Soccer, Volleyball)

Workout attire is required: no swimwear or backless shoes like sandals or flip-flops. Always wear sneakers and shorts/workout pants.

BOLT: Ultimate Sea Coaster

Closed-toe shoes and pants (or shorts) are required. That means you can’t just wear a bathing suit! If you wear glasses, secure ‘em with a head strap or just take them off.