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Carnival Cruise Line’s Fun Police Celebrate Inaugural Moreton Island Visit

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David James, Director - Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort (left) and Carnival Spirit's Captain Adriano Binacchi.Carnival Cruise Line ensured the focus was firmly on fun in the sun during Carnival Spirit’s maiden call to Moreton Island last Thursday (May 5), with the fun police joining in activities on the island.

Roving the Tangalooma Resort precinct across the day, the resident fun policeman was responsible for ensuring guests had a great day during the ship’s inaugural visit, encouraging them to try new experiences and unleashing ‘random acts of fun’.

Dressed as an English bobby, the local copper kept the fun vibes alive amongst guests issuing rewards, as well as fun fines – in the form of popcorn and fairy floss vouchers – to those in need of a hand to reach their fun-tential.

During the inaugural visit, Carnival’s guests also became the first cruisers to try two new activities – sand sculpting and plaster painting – as well as the many adventure activities the resort is well-known for, including a snorkelling tour among local wrecks, parasailing and a wild dolphin feeding experience.

Fun Police_Tangalooma Resort on Moreton Island

Fun Police_Tangalooma Resort on Moreton Island

Carnival is currently operating back-to-back Moreton Island cruises with a second four-night cruise departing Sydney last Saturday (May 7). A further two Carnival Spirit cruises will depart Sydney for Moreton Island on September 9 and 13, 2016.

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