"It's about American history at its best," said Joe Farcus, Carnival's interior architect.
The ship was meant to display heroes and heroines, yet in the post-9/11 times when this ship was designed, patriotism was foremost in the minds of Americans. The atrium's floor proudly replicates Old Glory in wooden stripes; white repousse busts of American icons including George Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln and Harriet Tubman dot the balconies; and the ceiling mural honors outstanding U.S. locations such as New York, Philadelphia, Miami Beach and the Grand Canyon.
Throughout the ship, reminders are everywhere of heroics, real and imagined.
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