Carnival Glory is scheduled for dry dock between February 25 through March 10, 2017 and Carnival.com has added that WaterWorks is “Coming Soon” to the description of the cruise ship.
While the configurations of WaterWorks differ from each ship, here is the description that is listed on Carnival’s website:
Select ships have side-by-side racing slides, which make serious competition seriously fun. Wear your speed suit for Speedway Splash, which features hundreds of feet of racing action, plus special lighting effects you’ll experience on the road to victory. DrainPipe ends with one major swirl of a finish, while PowerDrencher takes soaking seriously — imagine the biggest bucket of water you’ve ever seen, raining down on you from above. And this isn’t just kids’ stuff — the young at heart are encouraged to zoom and splash around too! (WaterWorks configurations vary by ship.)”
Carnival.com states that the waterpark is “coming soon” to Carnival Glory and Carnival Horizon.
Carnival Glory is a 100,000 GT Conquest class cruise ship that debuted in Summer 2003. The nearly 3,000 passenger cruise ship is based out of PortMiami and sails 7-night cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.