You can now visit a water park at sea thanks to Carnival Cruise Line

Have you ever dreamed about hanging out at a water park in the middle of the ocean? Well, now you actually can!

Carnival Cruises just debuted their newest wet world called WaterWorks, which is set hundreds of feet in the air — and it's as epic as it sounds. While most cruise ships have onboard activities to keep their guests entertained (think along the lines of shuffleboard, live performances, board games, etc), Carnival has taken things to the next level — literally.

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At WaterWorks, you can choose a few ways to get wet. For starters, pick between riding down the 300-foot long Twister waterslide or the 455-foot long Kaleido-O-Slide, which is as twisting and turning as the name suggests, for some daring fun. Plus, a few select ships even have side-by-side racing slides, so you can compete against your family and other passengers.

If waterslides aren't your thing, don't worry, you can still get in on the fun by heading over to the Splash Zone. Featuring the "PowerDrencher," which unleashes 300 gallons of water at any moment, you can get soaked with friends or do the soaking by picking up one of the 30-plus spray toys. We expect that you've never sailed like this before...

Check out the video above to see what WaterWorks is life in person (water park configurations vary by ship) and plan your next trip on a Carnival Cruise today!

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