The 2,124-passenger Carnival Miracle is the progeny of former Carnival architect Joe Farcus, who's known for his glitzy, over-the-top style. Love it or hate it, it’s original, from Frankenstein’s Lab nightclub with its chained, oversized “creature” to the grape-infused purple of the Bacchus Dining Room, to the Alice In Wonderland-inspired Mad Hatter’s Ball.
The Carnival Miracle was introduced in 2004 as part of the Spirit class, and these ships have the most passenger space and best passenger-to-crew ratios in the Carnival fleet. No wonder the Spirit Class blueprint has been adapted and modified for other ships in the company, including for Holland America, Costa, P&O, and Cunard.
After a major refurbishment in 2015, the ship was given some of Carnival's most popular food and entertainment features.