Carnival Liberty Overview & Video Tour

On my final day of Cruise3Sixty, I had the opportunity to take a tour on board Carnival Cruise Lines’ Carnival Liberty. I have cruised on two of Carnival Liberty’s sisters before, the Carnival Freedom and the Carnival Valor, and I honestly love the Conquest Class vessels. The design of the ship is different kinds of flowers and other plants, and it was pretty cool! The Carnival Liberty’s layout is pretty easy to learn, and by walking down the promenade you can basically connect to half of the public rooms on board. The main reason I toured the Liberty was to actually check out the brand new Fun Ship 2.0 Upgrades which include: Guy’s Burger Joint, Blue Iguana Cantina, Blue Iguana Tequila Bar, Red Frog Rum Bar, Cherry on Top (which because of its weird location, I completely missed) and the Alchemy Bar. Now, I turned 16 yesterday, so I am still under the legal drinking age, so therefore I could not sample the bars, but I did eat at Guy’s Burger Joint. Best burger I have ever had in my entire life. That’s all I really need to say about this burger. I had the Pig Patty which had a patty completely encrusted in bacon, covered with cheese, topped with lettuce, tomatoes, and a crazy mayonnaise sauce! It was delicious! The other restaurants on board were just as good, especially the Fish & Chips up on Deck 10. The Carnival Liberty is almost a separate ship from the rest of the Conquest Class vessels thanks to her Fun Ship 2.0 upgrades. The Carnival Liberty is a great ship for anyone who wants a fun, food-filled, and relaxing cruise!

I also took a ton of photos while on board so here is a quick photo tour I put together!


I want to say thanks again to all the great people over at Carnival Cruise Lines and Cruise3Sixty who gave me this great opportunity to tour a beautiful ship, especially on my birthday!

Have a great Sunday everyone!




Mike Faust

Mike Faust is an avid world traveler, often found traversing city streets in Asia and Europe rather than his home city of Boca Raton. Mike has touched down in 39 countries, set sail on 35 cruises, and flown over 400,000 lifetime miles.