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Carnival Victory Cruise Review by LarCourt

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Carnival Victory
Carnival Victory
Member Name: LarCourt
Cruise Date: June 2012
Embarkation: San Juan
Destination: Southern Caribbean
Cabin Category: 8D
Cabin Number: 8356
Booking Method: Internet Agency
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Member Rating   5.0 out of 5+
Dining 1.0
Public Rooms 5.0
Cabins 3.0
Entertainment 5.0
Spa & Fitness 3.0
Family & Children (By Age Group)
Shore Excursions 5+
Embarkation 5.0
Service 4.0
Value-for-Money 4.0
Rates 4.0
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Outstanding Southern Caribbean Ports........
We arrived a day before the cruise and stayed at the Sheraton Old San Juan. Our one night stay was very nice. Had a room on the 4th floor and the room was very clean. No noise and we had a good night of sleep. Enjoyed the shops around San Juan and had no problems at all. Everyone that we met was very helpful during our stay.

The Victory is a nice ship and it was very clean. Some of the areas could use an update and I believe that will happen later this year. I reviewed the ship a lot before booking. We were in cabin 8356 and I never saw anything negative about this cabin, but there was a equipment locker across the hall from us and a pantry next to that, so I had a 0500 wake up call every morning from the noise from the pantry. Had to ask each day for ice and clean towels. My kid was looking forward to the towel animals, but we just received those the first two nights.

We ate in the dinning room the first three nights and that was it. I never had a bad meal on our other 5 cruises, but this one was "Hit or Miss" for sure. Other than the pantry noise, room cleaning and the dinners...It was a good cruise.

We went for the islands and not the ship for this trip. The ports of call were outstanding. St. Thomas: Scubadu Private Charters. Sailed over and around St. John. Barbados: Calabaza Sailing. St. Lucia: Herod's Land and Sea Tour. St. Kitts: Carambola Beach Club on South Friars Beach. St. Maarten: Soualiga Destinations with Capt Bob. All of the excursions were over the top and would do them all again except the Calabaza Sailing... They were good, but just not the same level as our other excursions. Getting on and off the ship was a piece of cake...Short lines and had no problems.

We had a late day flight, so we dropped off our luggage at the Barrachina Restaurant and enjoyed another shopping day in San Juan. Barrachins's just wanted a $5.00 tip to hold our 6 bags. We ate there and had a few drinks. That is a nice place with some very helpful people working there. Overall: I don't think you can beat the islands on this cruise. We had all kinds of fun at each port and the weather all week was perfect. The Victory was in good shape and clean...Just stay away from a cabin by the Pantry and hope you get someone that will clean the room each day. Breakfast each day was good, but they can keep that dinning room food...Go for the ports...they were Awesome...

Publication Date: 07/05/12
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