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Cruising, at least in the way that we know it today, has been a popular vacation choice since the late 1970s.But there have been a lot of ways that the cruising experience has changed over the last 40 years thanks to continued advances in technology, especially given the shift in the reliance on the internet since the 1990s.Okay, so most ships still use the tried-and-true method of printing your cruise photos for you to find on display at the photo shop onboard.But, almost all of the newest ships – as well as many that have undergone refurbs – have made the switch to a digital photo gallery.
Even just two decades ago, Chances are that in a few years the paper daily planners will become another item of the past.
From bumper cars to robot bars, the onboard cruising experience has changed drastically over the years.
While years ago it was a big deal when a Carnival ship got a water slide equivalent to what some people have in their own backyard pools, nowadays the stakes keep getting higher for what ships can offer onboard.
It would also appear that items such as escargot and creamed spinach — long a regular sidedish in most land-based steakhouses — have been removed from the revised menu.
Read More: 7 Reasons to Dine at Carnival’s Steakhouse The new Carnival steakhouse menu is expected to roll out to more ships in the coming months.