Carnival Conquest cruise ship

Name: Carnival Conquest
Registry: Panama
Builder: Kvaerner Masa-Yards
Country Built In: Finland
Ship Completed Date: 12/1/2002
Call Letters: 3FPQ9
Refurbished Date: 1/18/2009
Capacity: 2974
Number of Crew, Nationality: 1180, International
Gross Tonnage: 110000
Stabilized: Yes
Average Speed: 21 knots
Maximum Speed: 22.5 knots
Length: 952 feet
Beam: 116 feet
Space Ratio: 37:1
Number of Passenger Decks: 13
Number of Inside Rooms: 577
Number of Outside Rooms: 910
Number of Restaurants: 4
Number of Pools: 4
Number of Elevators: 18
Voltage: 110/220
Non-Smoking Dining: Yes
Non-Smoking Ship: No

You don't have to know a Monet from a Manet to appreciate the new Carnival Conquest, inspired by the great Impressionist painters of the 19th century. Experience the excitement of the Moulin Rouge at the Toulouse-Lautrec Lounge. Cross the Sunflower Atrium to Vincent's for cool breezy jazz, or to the gleaming 15,000-square-foot health and fitness facility. Parents and children will love Camp Carnival, while everyone will be impressed by Carnival's culinary masterpieces. From an intimate supper club to a multinational indoor/outdoor buffet, you'll find everything from lobster to gourmet pizza. Hundreds of private balcony staterooms and 22 bars and lounges all add up to one incredible ship.

Longer than three football fields and taller than the Statue of Liberty, Carnival Conquest has more of everything you want in a cruise vacation. The award-winning stage shows, variety of clubs and lounges, Spa Carnival, her friendly casino and all the delicious dining options including a reservations only supper club make for one unbeatable onboard experience. And, with 60% of her staterooms featuring ocean views, and 60% of those having private balconies, there is no better way to conquer the Western Caribbean.

Carnival Conquest is a Conquest-class cruise ship owned and operated by Carnival Cruise Lines. Sixty percent of her staterooms have ocean views, and sixty percent of those (37% of all cabins) have balconies. The ship's interior decor is of a French Impressionist style designed to complement port city of New Orleans. Carnival Conquest was renovated in 2009, receiving a new Circle “C” club (for 12- to 14-year-olds) and a large outdoor LED screen. Eighteen ocean view staterooms were given balconies during this process.

The Godmother of the Carnival Conquest is Lindy Boggs, a former US Congresswoman for Louisiana. The Conquest Currently sails out of New Orleans Louisiana offering 7 day cruises to the Western Caribbean and 7 day Eastern Caribbean Cruises. On occasion she will sail 6 and 8 day cruises to the Western Caribbean.

Recommended for:

  • Budget-minded passengers of all ages
  • Families, young couples and baby boomers
  • Active, fun-loving, value-conscious travelers


Not recommended for:

  • Passengers looking for peace, quiet, and leisurely travel
  • The "country club" set


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