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Why doesn't Carnival say a single word about the upgrades to Freedom in it's February 2019 dry dock.

 

It's the ship out of Galveston is irrelevant in their eyes.

 

Is it that they view Freedom as the trash barge of the fleet?

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it is just routine cosmetic and technical work that is required every few years. Very minor work, nothing new was added to the ship

 

If you paint a wall and replace carpet, do you tell the whole world about that? it does not make sense for carnival to do that too

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I don’t believe your comment is accurate.  They have added Waterworks and a Bonzai Sushi EX. Not sure what else. Why say nothing new was added if you do not know? 

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52 minutes ago, PeterB123 said:

Why doesn't Carnival say a single word about the upgrades to Freedom in it's February 2019 dry dock.

 

It's the ship out of Galveston is irrelevant in their eyes.

 

Is it that they view Freedom as the trash barge of the fleet?

Perhaps ask John Heald why ?  Freedom being one of our favorite ships before the upgrades.  Perhaps their so enthused on the new mega ship plans ?

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6 minutes ago, coffeeboy77 said:

I don’t believe your comment is accurate.  They have added Waterworks and a Bonzai Sushi EX. Not sure what else. Why say nothing new was added if you do not know? 

The new deck plan on Carnival.com has been updated with the changes...

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1 hour ago, PeterB123 said:

Why doesn't Carnival say a single word about the upgrades to Freedom in it's February 2019 dry dock.

 

It's the ship out of Galveston is irrelevant in their eyes.

 

Is it that they view Freedom as the trash barge of the fleet?

I found that odd too. I think they replicated the work from the Carnival Glory in 2017. I believe that over the next drydocks for the other Conquest-class ships, they will follow suit. 

39 minutes ago, shof515 said:

it is just routine cosmetic and technical work that is required every few years. Very minor work, nothing new was added to the ship

 

If you paint a wall and replace carpet, do you tell the whole world about that? it does not make sense for carnival to do that too

No, they added Waterworks. 

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16 hours ago, shof515 said:

Very minor work, nothing new was added to the ship

Shof515,

 

Is this accurate information?

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