This was our first cruise and we chose Carnival because of the price and that it covered our birthdays. Our trip started well with the shuttle from the airport it was easy to use,( they found us) quick and our luggage was well taken care ...
After leaving such a negative report on the Ovation of the Seas in Jan I thought it only fair I should leave a report on our last cruise on Carnival Spirit in March.
We first cruised on this ship back in 2001 doing the Los Angles to ...
Everything from the staff and crew, accommodation, food, entertainment, shore excursions, embarking and debarkation, was awesome. Our first cruise and there wasn't one thing we weren't over the moon about.
Our cabin was totally beyond ...
We chose this ship because we were taking (grown up) Grand Daughter and Great Grandson for their first cruise and thought the facilities would be more their liking than our 'usual' ships - Princess, Holland America, Royal Caribbean & ...
The ship was great and the service from the carnival staff was exceptional from the wait staff, drink staff to the cabin stewards, (especially Moses and the other bar staff at the Red Frog Rum Bar).
While the twenty four hour pizza was ...
We chose this cruise to relax, have fun and make lasting memories for our family. We succeeded! It was truly an amazing, pampering experience. To not have to think about cooking, house work, food shopping was a blessing.
My family and I decided to go on a Carnival cruise for my grandfathers' birthday since none of us had ever been on a cruise before and it sounded like something the kids would enjoy as much as the adults. And I've got to say... I am very ...
In 2001, my family thoroughly enjoyed an earlier cruise around the Caribbean on Carnival Triumph which had fantastic food, first grade entertainment and an absolutely brilliant Cruise Director who was all over the ship organising amazing ...
We choose this cruise as it appeared that it would have enough options to keep us and our teenagers (15 & 16) entertained. We were right. The teenagers immediately became part of the O2 Club and we barely saw them, other than for ...
If anything, this is definitely a fun boat. Lots of activities for everyone and a great energy.
While the service is inconsistent it's generally positive.
The process of getting on board was particularly patchy. The number of times ...
People told us it was fun so we took our first ever family holiday.
At first we were worried but by night 3 we were in the swing of things and loved it.
Just don't rush. sleep in if you want. for me the nights rocked. loved the food ...
Arrived on our boat and went to our room at the back of the ship and couldn't believe the size of our room and the huge 6 metre balcony. Looked for 1 of our suitcases that was not at the door so I asked the staff were it was cause it had ...
This was our first cruise and we traveled as a family of four (kids are 13 and 10). It was a wonderful family holiday and we're already trying to plan another!
Embarkation and debarkation - excellent and so smooth. It was quite a ...
Cabin: 7147. Conveniently located to the Forward lifts. Right above Pharaoh and Versailles venues and the children/teen venues so perfect in the late evening. A five minute walk to the Empire Dining Room located Aft. Only noise was the odd ...
This Cruise was booked so we could tick one off our Bucket List the "Melbourne Cup Carnival". What better way to travel in style to the Cup than by a Beautiful Big Luxurious Ship.
My husband generally drives to our holiday ...
We are a family of 5 and have never cruised before. Our cruise with Carnival Spirit was the most Incredible experience. We are already planning our next one. The food was great..... and endless. We went to all of the shows and trivia ...
We found the crew to be excellent. They were friendly, helpful and informative if you asked them a question. Any regular crew members recognised you and called you by your first name.
We stayed in a balcony room. The beds were ...
This was our first cruise with Carnival. We selected this cruise as it fit in with our available free time from work commitments.
First off, I will mention the good things about the cruise.
Embarkation, we made out own transfer ...
We chose this cruise through friends who had booked.
Ours was a balcony cabin on deck 5, with a double for the adults and bunks for the kids.
The first complinment must go to the our cabin staff who each day were so cheerful and ...
Thought we would try another cruise line for a change. Carnival Spirit had a small five day cruise from Sydney to Moreton Island,and return.
First the good news. Getting from the airport to the ship was made easy by electing to use ...
Cruise number 14 for us, a quick last minute (3 days prior to sailing) booking on a 4 day cruise to Moreton Island. Price was better than land accommodation for the same time period. Have sailed once before on the Spirit on its first ...
We were 1st time cruisers,2 adults and boys 19 and 15,
easy to board as all crew were helpful , luggage delivered 1 hrs after. dinner at Norveau rest 1st night, food was so delicious and the desserts were delicious but had chocolate ...
This was our first cruise and we loved it. Embarkation went pretty smoothly and we did not have to wait for long. The ship was beautiful and clean.The luggage was delivered to the room before 5 pm. Our room steward Rick was great.
Embarkation was fine, nothing impressive, but I never felt like I was bored waiting, maybe I was just too excited at the time?
Disembarkation was a bit more painful, we chose the last slot to disembark, but I think the machine broke ...
I chose this cruise for my Birthday and after 16 cruises this would be my first where I would actually have a cake and celebrate it on the day.
I also chose Carnival as I had in the past had such great times.
Embarkation was smooth ...
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