Viewing these virtual tours is extremely easy. I will give you a step by step tutorial on how to find these virtual tours on Carnival's website:
1) Go to Carnival Cruise Line's official website. The Carnival Celebration has its own separate ship page & profile that contains a variety of photos, information, deck plans, and more. To make this easy on you, here is a direct link to this page: https://www.carnival.com/cruise-ships/carnival-celebration.aspx (Link will open in a separate window)
2) Once you are on the Carnival Celebration's page on the Carnival website look for a page called "Deck Plans". When this first comes up you may have to click another button that says "View Deck Plans". If this is the case for you click on "View Deck Plans". When you have the screen below appear you will be in the right place:
4) When you click on the deck of your choice, it should appear. You can zoom in using a scroll bar at the bottom of the deck plan. Find a public area with a red circle that has a white cross in it. This means that you are able to see more on this public area. Click on that red circle and a little pop-up should open that pertains to that area. At the bottom of this little pop-up you should see "Images" and "360-View". Click on the "360 View" to view the virtual tour. If "360 view" is not listed, that probably means this area of the ship has no virtual tour available.
These Areas Have The 360-View Virtual Tours Available On The Deck Plans:
These areas have 360 views (in no particular order):
Deck 4: Family Harbor Lounge
Deck 5: Cloud 9 Spa & Thermal Suites
Deck 6: Theater, Cloud 9 Spa, Piano Bar 88, Java Blue Cafe, & Cherry on Top
Deck 7: Theater (same view as Deck 6), Casino, & Fahrenheit 555 Steakhouse
Deck 8: Havana Bar, Bonsai Teppanyaki, Bonsai Sushi, The Watering Hole, Guy's Pig & Anchor Smokehouse, & Patio Pool
Deck 16: Blue Iguana Cantina, Beach Pool, Red Frog Tiki Bar,
Deck 17: Red Frog Tiki Bar (same as Deck 16) & Guy's Burger Joint
Deck 18: Serenity Adults Only Retreat, Sportsquare, & Carnival WaterWorks
These 360 views (virtual tours) Carnival has provided are of renderings. The ship is still under construction, which means the actual public areas are not finished yet.
Thank you Carnival for providing this feature on the Carnival Celebration's deck plans! While these are only renderings, cruisers can still use these to tour the ship and get excited about their upcoming vacation.