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Available Aboard Carnival's Newest and Largest 'Fun Ship'

MIAMI (10/07/02) – As the largest “Fun Ship” ever constructed, the 110,000-ton Carnival Conquest will offer an unprecedented array of formal and casual dining options, everything from a reservations-only supper club to a pair of two-level main dining rooms, a patisserie and an expansive two-deck-high poolside restaurant with a 24-hour pizzeria, a New York-style deli and Asian and American specialty venues. 
The 2,974-passenger vessel – the first in a new series of “Fun Ships” – is slated to begin year-round seven-day western Caribbean service from New Orleans Dec. 1.

The launch of Carnival Conquest also marks the continuation of Carnival’s relationship with Miami Beach’s Joe’s Stone Crab restaurant, whose world famous crab claws will be among the featured menu items in The Point, a “steakhouse-style” supper club offering U.S.D.A. prime beef, seafood and other upscale cuisine. Carnival Conquest becomes the fourth “Fun Ship” to offer the sought-after seafood delicacy.

Located at the top of the Conquest’s soaring 11-deck-high atrium, The Point will offer a stunning décor featuring the works of Impressionist Georges-Pierre Seurat, with colorful images inspired by his famous painting “Le Cirque (The Circus),” created in the artist’s distinctive “pointillism” style, comprised of thousands of tiny dots, or points.  The Point will carry a nightly $25 per person reservations fee.

This Impressionist theme is also carried out in the Conquest’s two-level Renoir and Monet formal restaurants, which will offer an extensive menu of eight different soups, salads and appetizers, seven main courses, including the ever-popular broiled Caribbean lobster tail once each cruise, and six desserts nightly, all served by friendly and efficient staff.  “Spa Carnival Fare,” delicious guilt-free items lower in fat, calories, sodium and cholesterol, and vegetarian and children’s selections, will be available nightly, as well.

The selections at the casual Restaurant Cezanne, located poolside on Lido Deck 9, will be just as varied, with full breakfast and lunch buffets featuring dozens of hot and cold items; a New York-style deli with sandwiches and traditional side dishes; Asian and American specialty areas; “Taste of the Nation” featuring different cuisine from around the world each day; a rotisserie offering broiled meats and chicken; and a 24-hour pizzeria, serving seven different kinds of pies and calzone, along with Caesar salad and garlic bread, ’round the clock. 

Also housed within the sprawling 1,200-seat restaurant will be pasta and meat-carving stations, extensive salad and dessert bars and 24-hour self-serve ice cream and frozen yogurt stations.  The restaurant also will serve as the venue for Carnival’s popular “Seaview Bistro” alternative dinner-time service.

Much like the name implies, the décor of Restaurant Cezanne will incorporate design elements from the artist’s post-Impressionist’s paintings.  Evoking the atmosphere of a 19th-century French café, the two-level restaurant will be distinguished by hand-painted ceramic wainscoting and authentic reproductions of the artist’s works including "Chateau Noir," and "House of Pere Lacroix in Auvers."

Guests in Carnival Conquest’s 1,487 cabins will also enjoy complimentary 24-hour stateroom service with newly revamped menus featuring such items as Focaccia Sandwich with Grilled Zucchini, Fresh Mozzarella and Portobello Mushrooms, and Whole Wheat Wrap with Cheddar Cheese, Refried Beans and Lettuce, along with a variety of sandwiches, chips, fruit, desserts, etc.

Carnival Conquest will also include a patisserie, Café Fans, on Promenade Deck 5 serving flavored coffees, espressos, cappuccinos, liqueurs and lattes, as well as decadent confections such as chocolate covered strawberries, banana splits, carrot cake and apple strudel.

All of these options comprise Carnival’s Total Choice Dining (SM), cruising’s the most comprehensive dining program with the most culinary choices at sea.
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