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Carnival Magic Cruise Waterworks

If there’s one thing Carnival Cruise Lines has down, it’s fun on a cruise ship. They don’t call their fleet the “Fun Ships” lightly. They take fun seriously, not just for kids, but for all ages. While on the Carnival Magic inaugural cruise, I took some time away from touring, eating, and exploring the ship for a different kind of research – the wet kind.

Carnival Waterworks as seen from the Lido Deck of the Carnival Magic Cruise Ship

Last summer I took a family cruise with my kids and husband. One aspect of the Carnival Fantasy the kids loved was Carnival’s Waterworks. It’s a cruise ship sized waterpark with waterslides and splash zones for passengers. Parents can sit back in a lounge chair and relax as the kids go up and down Carnival’s Waterworks again and again. But Carnival’s Waterworks isn’t just for the younger passengers, adults are welcome to get in on the action.

Power Drencher on Carnival Waterworks Carnival Magic Cruise Ship

I couldn’t help myself. Each time I stepped out on the Lido Deck of the Carnival Magic, I could hear the bell ringing on the Power Drencher as the bucket filled, getting ready to dump water on cruise guests standing below. I caved in, put on my swimsuit, and set out to experience the largest Carnival Waterworks on the seas to date.

Carnival’s Waterworks is only one of the many fun and adventurous experiences cruise passengers can check out on the Carnival Magic. It was a fun ride down The Twister and gave me just the burst of excitement I needed. I couldn’t stop laughing and smiling. The Carnival Magic truly is a “Fun Ship” that offers something for everyone.

Special thanks to Carnival Cruise Lines for hosting my cruise experience on the Carnival Magic.

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