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Aplmac - Those first few Carnival ships

Aplmac - Those first few Carnival ships
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1972–1993 -Mardi Gras.jpg

Apollon white.jpeg

Carnivale.jpeg

Carnivale.jpg

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Wow. Nice snaps.  I'm just wondering where I'd mount my 50 cal.  These vessels almost have a destroyer design to them 😎

 

Thank you for sharing.

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I wish there were more good quality photos of these great ships of this era

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As I come across them, I Save them like crazy
- they're rare as hen's teeth!

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On ‎2‎/‎3‎/‎2019 at 10:04 PM, plettza said:

Wow. Nice snaps.  I'm just wondering where I'd mount my 50 cal.  These vessels almost have a destroyer design to them 😎

 

Thank you for sharing.

You are right!  And not tall enough to have balcony rooms.  I wonder how many passengers on these early ships!  Cabins must be very small.  Wow, we've "come a long way baby"!

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I love this album, it really shows how much cruise ships have changed.

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Cabins on Carnivale were very comfortable.  Food was good too.  In fact we were married on Carnivale.  Everyone seemed to want to buy us champagne so some parts are a bit fuzzy but definitely pre-Farcus.🍸

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our first carnival cruise was on the Carnivale! 

 

3 nights out of Miami where we overnighted at Nassau  our 3rd cruise after two on NCL's Sunward II with their Bahamarama Monday hangover kits they'd hand out when you got off the ship and headed home on Mondays!

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On 3/16/2019 at 9:28 AM, buchhalm said:

Way fewer fat people on those photos!

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Interesting observation! You're right!

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On ‎3‎/‎16‎/‎2019 at 9:28 AM, buchhalm said:

Way fewer fat people on those photos!

 

Classy.   Lets see what you look like.

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Honeymoon cruise on Madi Gras July, 1983 to Cozumel, Grand Cayman and Ocho Rios. Many years later, Carnival wouldn't give us credit for the cruise because we didn't have the room key. 🤔  Back then, they used real, brass keys, not plastic cards.  

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My first Carnival was Carnivale. Dining room was low with no windows, lots of dark paneling. That was my first adventure with midnight buffets! Our cabin was large, with fixed beds. Fortunately, there was lots of open floor space!!

Jim

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