The chance to complete an awesome challenge, high above it all… now that's what you want in a good ropes course. An awesome ropes course, however, will let you do all that with a cool sea breeze and a view to match! Not sure that navigating a high-up-there challenge is for you? Did we mention that on this one you'll be safely strapped in, emboldening you to take on the kinds of challenges you may not normally feel up to? Here everyone — even kids — become thrill-seekers, testing their ability to make their way around the course, which features two levels of challenge, letting you increase or decrease the toughness as you go. So take to the sky!
||Fun For All
||Minimum height: 48" (4'0"). Weight limit is 275-300 pounds, per person (varies by ship).
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.