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Sail Date: February 2018
I gave my wife for Christmas a cruise gift which it was Carnival Liberty on 1/28/18 we have a 8 month old baby which unfortunately got sick on the first day of the cruise took him to the doctor that is at Carnival Liberty he had a rash ... Read More
I gave my wife for Christmas a cruise gift which it was Carnival Liberty on 1/28/18 we have a 8 month old baby which unfortunately got sick on the first day of the cruise took him to the doctor that is at Carnival Liberty he had a rash and the doctor said it was measles he told us to stay in the room and don't take them out of the room until we got back to the port in Cape Canaveral we were stuck in a room for two and a half days after the first day I complaint didn't get a call or asked if we need it anyting it's a shame that they were worried of my son getting everybody on the ship sick which I Emma wife understood but they did not care about us they just stuck us in a room to fend for ourselves it's a real shame that the only ones that really tried to help it was two gentlemen from housekeeping and as soon as we got back to Cape Canaveral we were one of the first ones to get escorted out of the ship took my son to the hospital and ended up that was not the measles on top of that they sent Health Services of Orange County to my house it's a real shame what was supposed to be nice trip especially for my wife that's been a great mother it wasn't don't want any money or free Cruise from Carnival but kindness and caring for other people goes a long way Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2018
I have avoided Carnival because I have heard bad reviews and that the overall atmosphere is geared toward the "party crowd". I took this cruise because I won it, so it was free. I was apprehensive, but went into it with hopes ... Read More
I have avoided Carnival because I have heard bad reviews and that the overall atmosphere is geared toward the "party crowd". I took this cruise because I won it, so it was free. I was apprehensive, but went into it with hopes that Carnival would rise to the occasion and impress me, which for the most part, they did. The staff was outstanding! They were not only friendly and helpful, but very knowledgable! The ship was in surprisingly good condition and well maintained and clean! Yay! I did not care for the design as much.. It was difficult to get form one end of the ship to the other without going through the casino and breathing the second hand smoke. Yuck. And we went to talk to the crew about re-booking another cruise, but it was right next to the casino and the smoke was just too much. We said we'd come back, but never did. The food was ok. It was better in the Dining room than in the buffet. The Guys Burger joint was GREAT!! And the pizza was pretty good too. Service was excellent, and the shows were really good!! I was quite impressed with the production quality, given their space and technical limits. They did an outstanding job! The talent in the shows was fabulous!! We had the pleasure of meeting one of the performers- Naomi Murray. She is incredible! Beautiful voice, bubbly personality, and excellent performer! Meeting her and seeing the shows was definitely a highlight of our trip! We also saw the comedians at the Comedy Club. The new club manager, Kasey for Canada is charming and so funny!! She made everyone feel right at home!! And the best comedian i've seen on a ship was Doug Williams! He was HILARIOUS!!! We only went to his PG shows, and we were rolling in the floor! We really enjoy comedians who are funny without relying on crass humor and bad language. That is REAL talent!! Good job Doug, and thank you Carnival for continuing to offer PG shows!! There were some things for young children, like the Dr Seuss parade and story time. Also there was a build a bear workshop that was fun for little ones. We didn't see very many teens on board, and there's a reason for that. There is just not much for teens. It is definitely a party ship... There were always fun games and entertainment in the main lobby, usually hosted by Cookie, the new cruise director. He is HILARIOUS and SO FUN!!! The music trivia games were always packed to the top balcony with people on all levels dancing, singing and participating! He does a great job getting everyone involved and having fun! Our cabin was quite spacious with plenty of storage space. I thought the bathroom was quite adequate for a ship, except i prefer a split bath. Our cabin steward Apollonio? was great!! Always smiling when we saw him and he cleaned our room and left the most adorable towel animals!! I even did the towel folding class and bought the book! Overall, i was really impressed and had a great time. My biggest complaint (and i wasn't alone- i heard people commenting on this the whole cruise) was the lack of hand cleaning before dining. I've been on other ships where a crew member stands just outside the dining room / restaurant and dispenses hand cleaner to EVERYONE as they enter. I'm shocked that in the midst of flu season, they didn't do that, and some of the hand washing facilities near the restaurants didn't even work very well. I asked one of the crew who was working the food service on the buffet line why there weren't crew members making people sanitize their hands as they entered, (especially in a buffet!) and he said, "Oh we only do that if there's a Government Inspector onboard". That is not ok. The major drawbacks (aside from the hand cleaning neglect) were the smoke from the casino, the layout of the ship which makes it had to get around without going through the casino, and the attire of some guests. I don't understand why it's ok for guests to were thong bikinis at the family pool area. I guess if they want to wear them, the adult area would be ok, but I don't want to see people's butts when i'm walking around the ship or swimming in the pool, and how is that sanitary for them to be sitting in chairs like that?? Ick. Also, i hated the spa. The atmosphere was not at all soothing or relaxing feeling.. it doesn't even LOOk like a spa. The staff in the spa were the only rude people we encountered on the ship. The sauna, however was the nicest one i've ever seen! I was disappointed that my husband and i couldn't together in the sauna, there are separate sauna for men and women. Sad face. Our excursion was to Atlantis for Beach Day. I would NOT recommend paying for the water park there if you are on a cruise, you can't get off the ship before the park opens and by the time you would get to the waterpark, the lines are already long. The price for the waterpark for cruisers should be considerably less. If i were staying at the resort a night or two, i would totally pay for the waterpark. But for cruising, i think the beach day is the best for the price (for Atlantis). The beaches are pristine, the aquarium and exhibits are really nice and fun to explore! Very Disney! On the beach, of course the vendors are very aggressive. You have to just smile and say "no, thank you" over and over. But it didn't bother me. They are just trying to make a living, and they aren't rude, just persistent. And I HIGHLY recommend pay for Faster to the Fun!! We zipped through embarkation, debarkation, and lines at Guest Relations, easy peezy!! And there were a few other perks... Totally worth it! Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
ust got off our cruise on the Ecstasy out of Charleston, and I thought I'd share a few notes with you all. The embarkation went faster that we had hoped in Charleston. We arrived at the port at 11am and were onboard and in our cabin by ... Read More
ust got off our cruise on the Ecstasy out of Charleston, and I thought I'd share a few notes with you all. The embarkation went faster that we had hoped in Charleston. We arrived at the port at 11am and were onboard and in our cabin by 11:30. Eating lunch 10 minutes later. Having FTTF helped. Guys Burgers were great, as were the tacos and burritos at Blue Iguana, pizza at Pizza Pirate, and sandwiches from the deli. All great. Not so great were the Lido buffet each night. This was our 11th cruise with Carnival and the first time we've felt the buffet food quality has declined. But with the above mentioned options were we well fed every day. One positive note: The deli was still making sandwiches to order. No premade sandwiches stacked on shelves like other ships have gone to. Never had a problem finding a table or chairs on Lido deck to sit and eat or relax. Never waited longer than a few minutes for food at any of the eateries. That's always been one of the perks of the smaller ships for us. Princess Cay was very nice. Enjoyed our time there. Nassau was Nassau. We walked around downtown and in the Straw Market. Souvenir prices have gotten outrageous there, and also on Princess Cay. The ship itself is showing considerable wear. Had a couple of issues with our stateroom. One was fixed asap (loose toilet seat about to come off), and the other issue they said they couldn't fix (very low water pressure in the shower). They suggested showering at off hours when not so many were also showering. Tried that. Didn't matter. We made the best of it. A few holes in the cabin curtains, a very hard bed, but nothing we couldn't deal with. Debarkation went just as fast as embarkation for us. With FTTF we walked off the ship at 8am with no wait. In our car and heading out at 8:30. All in all a good time, but I think we will pass on the Ecstasy for future sailings. Regards, Oletruckdude Read Less
Sail Date: February 2018
I chose the ship because close to home 6 hours away and inexpensive. The entertainment was great. The rock show outstanding. The band sunset blvd was excellent. The only problem they were near the casino so some people smoked at the ... Read More
I chose the ship because close to home 6 hours away and inexpensive. The entertainment was great. The rock show outstanding. The band sunset blvd was excellent. The only problem they were near the casino so some people smoked at the bar ugh!!! The show heart and soul very good. They only had 7 singers and dancers but made the shows work. The show Diva was good not great. Kevin the cruise director was full of energy and did music trivia in atrium area. He sang and performed and was so funny. The staff were very helpful. We did your time dining so we were able to meet a lot of people. We had some interesting conversations. Half moon cay was beautiful. The sand soft and very relaxing. We did not eat on the island. The ship had Guy's Bugers and Blue Iguana. The comedy a lot to be desired. Tom Foss was terrible and John Wessling was ok. Glad we didn't have to pay extra. Go to tea time in piano bar was nice. The buffet choices not great. Some of the dinners were good and some not. The prime rib fatty and wasn't good. I love it on Royal Caribbean. No lobster. Esgargot wasn't good and rabbit ugh. The salmon was good and steak was good. There wasn't a welcome back party. I am gold and all you got was a bottle of water each and 1 drink on last day after 5 pm. Pretty pathetic. They want either platinum or diamond or suite. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2018
This cruise was booked for a birthday celebration. The group included 11 ladies split between 4 different cabins. This review is solely based on my cabin and experience. Charleston is a convenient port for those in the areas of ... Read More
This cruise was booked for a birthday celebration. The group included 11 ladies split between 4 different cabins. This review is solely based on my cabin and experience. Charleston is a convenient port for those in the areas of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and areas within driving distance. Although you can fly, the airport is a quick taxi ride to the port, this would get so much more use if they had more ships. Several people shared that the city of Charleston is only wanting one boat at a time using the port. Carnival is switching out the Ecstasy for the Sunshine in 2019. Embarkation was speedy, I made it through security and over to the check-in counter with ease. I was on the gangway within 10 minutes.Get there by 11 and you can get on the boat. They give you a special time on your boarding pass but it didn't seem to matter. Once on the boat the party was revving up on the Lido Deck. Guy's Burger Joint was ready as was the Blue Iguana Cantina and the lunch buffet. The pizza place at the very back of the Lido Deck was great, the Caesar salad was a HUGE hit. If you have the bubbles package (sodas, not alcohol) you need to pay SC tax while in port. Also, the bubbles/alcohol packages cannot be used on the private island or on room service. We were allowed to our cabins promptly at 1:30 and many bags were already there. We loved our room, small TV (not a ton of channels, not good if you are seasick or stuck in your room, thankfully we weren't). Bathroom was tiny but that's to be expected. Water pressure was not good, fuse blew when too many people were drying their hair and some cabin bathrooms had a slight odor but essential oils took care of that issue. We mustered around 3:30. This was a typical muster, we listened to the rules, walked up to where our lifeboat was and that was it. We didn't need to bring our vests. We sailed away and toured around the ship. It's a smaller ship, maybe 2000 people on board but, unless you walked the length of the boat on our deck (Deck 5 Main) we had to weasel in and out of rooms (mostly the casino on Deck 9) which was filled with cigarette smoke. There was awesome nightly entertainment near the China Town bar but the smoke kept us away. Piano Bar was fun, comedy was great, shows were great, the Love and Marriage show is always a winner and we were even able to watch the Super Bowl in the two lounges as well as the Lido Deck. The Alchemy Bar was awesome, martini tastings were a big hit and there were wonderful areas at the bar and in it's vicinity to sit and enjoy your drink. We had the late seating for dining and we LOVED it. Our server, Lucy, knew our names almost immediately, catered to the specialty dishes some of our party needed and was a delight over the entire trip. Support staff in the dining room was wonderful as well. The food was quite tasty overall, I have to admit, I was very pleasantly surprised (just ask the 8 pounds I brought home with me hahaha) Day 2 was all day at sea, the boat is older so we felt LOTS of rocking. Some didn't like that and had some sea sickness. Thankfully I didn't and found the rocking to be soothing and relaxing. Sea Day Brunch was another pleasant surprise- get the steak and eggs. The steak was tender and seasoned well. Omelets were good too I heard but on both sea days, during the brunch I got steak and eggs. The private island, Princess Cay, was great, the water was chilly and it was windy but we found a great pavilion with plenty of seats both in and out of the shade. The island lunch was okay, burgers with accouterments. Some of us headed back to the boat (you have to take a tender to and from the main ship) and before boarding you need to go through security so plan accordingly. I heard that as the time to board got closer, the lines were long, the sun was hot and if you wanted shade there were limited seats on the bottom of the tender. The next day we got to Nassau and opted to go to the Nassau Hilton, its right next door to Senor Frogs. $79 got you a day pass that included a $40 food/beverage credit to use, access to their private beach, pool, chairs, umbrellas etc. It was worth every penny. It was clean, quiet, not crowded at all. I would go there again in a heartbeat. The food was pricey, a burger was $19.75- so your credit doesn't go too far. Beachy adult beverages averaged around $10 as did a shot. Yup. A shot was $10. Note that there is a tax added to the food and drinks but gratuity is already included. On our way back, our second sea day, it was chilly- windy and somewhat cloudy so time on deck was limited. We had fun sleeping in, going to the sea day brunch, playing BINGO and taking naps. For our final dinner we headed back to the dining room (we went every night, the choices were great, rarely was there an issue choosing something yummy) and followed it up with the comedy club and show. The morning of debarkation was loud as I said above, the boat is old but don't let it deceive you, it was a really fun time. Plenty of places to relax, unwind and enjoy yourself. It's not a mega ship, it has few modern features but the size of it can be a good thing. The private beach day wasn't crowded, the deck always had seats available, getting on and off the boat happened with minimal wait time. We made our way back to the security building, grabbed our luggage (we left it outside our doors by 11pm the night before, you could carry it if you wanted to) and made it through customs quickly. I grabbed a taxi to the airport but others in my party waited in line for a shuttle to get them to the parking deck. If you are looking for a fun getaway, this is great for those on the east coast who don't want to go to the major ports. I may need to return when they put the Sunshine on rotation. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
This was our 6th cruise and our first with Carnival. This was a cruise for my 67th birthday. We drove to Port Canaveral and parked at The Park Port Canaveral lot behind the Radisson Hotel, which was reserved online. The embarking was ... Read More
This was our 6th cruise and our first with Carnival. This was a cruise for my 67th birthday. We drove to Port Canaveral and parked at The Park Port Canaveral lot behind the Radisson Hotel, which was reserved online. The embarking was the best ever as was the disembarkation. We always carry our own luggage off the ship. Our cabin was 8384, a balcony cabin that was lovely. It had tons of storage and a large balcony that had comfortable chairs and a table. Our cabin attendant Lasta was the best ever and made sure that our room was cleaned twice a day. The food on the ship was delicious and again the best out of all of cruises. The variety of restaurants that were complimentary was amazing. My favorite was the steak and eggs on the last day brunch in the main dining room. Our waitress, Windy table 128 was excellent. She welcomed us by name and knew what we liked and disliked after the first day. Truly the friendliest. most respectful; and professional staff we have ever seen on a cruise line. We sound out the day of the cruise that we could have brought an 18 pack of soda on board. That would have been nice to have known. Ok now for the warning: the ventilation system on the ship doesn't appear to have been updated to remove cigarette smoke from the air. I suffer from asthma and could not attend the shows in the main theater due to the presence of smoke in the theater. The staff said that it was because of the proximity to the outside smoking and the casino. These were areas that I also, had to avoid. So, WARNING TO ASTHMA suffers...this is not a ship for you. Many areas smell of smoke and if it is something that sets off an asthma attack - then avoid this ship. Another younger passenger was having the same problem. We did feel that the ship was populated by a lot of young passengers (20's) that were there to drink and party. With that in mind I would not want any of my grandchildren on this ship. There were many x rated exhibitions by the revelers and the hot tubs were overrun by passionate couples. Guess I will have to stick with Princess and Royal Caribbean and Norwegian in the future. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2018
We chose this cruise at the last minute as we had to cancel the one for Norwegian Dawn that set sail 2 weeks later due to work. We prefer 5 to 7 day cruises as you have more time to peruse the ship and all that it offers. However, since ... Read More
We chose this cruise at the last minute as we had to cancel the one for Norwegian Dawn that set sail 2 weeks later due to work. We prefer 5 to 7 day cruises as you have more time to peruse the ship and all that it offers. However, since this was our second time aboard the Liberty, we thought we would be just fine. We had a balcony room on the 11th deck and had the wonderful room steward Lareston. He asked us our preferred times for room service (I had never been asked this before) and tried his best to accommodate. However, with 2 teenagers in and out of the room, it was a challenge for him but he managed. Loved the balcony (although it showed its age a bit), and what needed to work in the room did. We loved our dining crew in the MDR (Golden Olympian), although the food was "meh." It lacked a bit of flavor. But because of our waitstaff, we ate dinner every night in the MDR, which is a rare feat for us. Elegant night was okay, although now on Carnival, most people seem to opt out of dressing up. We did not go ashore in Nassau, so I cannot comment on that experience. Entertainment was fine; my husband loves the casino and trivia, so that's a 5 star rating for him. We did not see the shows like Flick ( previously seen on Magic) only caught one comedian Caroline Prickard (sp?) for her family show and she was hilarious. Overall, good ship. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
We sailed on this ship 2 years ago on almost the same itinerary. We picked it because of Half Moon Cay and it lined up with our flights. We were very pleasantly surprised with the new improvements. The cabins had been updated, the ship ... Read More
We sailed on this ship 2 years ago on almost the same itinerary. We picked it because of Half Moon Cay and it lined up with our flights. We were very pleasantly surprised with the new improvements. The cabins had been updated, the ship was newly remodeled to a less tacky decor color scheme and the new food venues were fantastic. One recent review stated the vents in the cabin doors let in noise. I couldn't agree more. I had to sleep with earplugs and that still didn't drown out all the sounds from drunk people yelling in the halls at all hours of the night and the dreadful steel drum music that played from 6 pm until 10 pm. I got headaches from all the noise and it was hard to relax and go into your cabin to just sleep when you needed it. The vents do help with smells in the cabin, but bad from noise control. Guy's Burger joint is so yummy and fun. The Blue Iguana gives made to order burritos, tacos for breakfast and lunch options. The buffet has gone downhill however. This is especially true for Dinner. The food one night was just awful. It was a weird combo of dishes: veal parmesan, pasta with peas, rice, top round, succotash...I pretty much went hungry that night and we checked the dining menu that was the same. The bad thing is that Guy's closes at 6pm and Blue Iguana closes even earlier. The buffet needs serious improvements! I really missed the chicken tenders that used to be served at lunch too. Breakfast is pretty good in the Lido restauant, but they need to put fruit in the express area. You can wait over a half hour in line just to get fruit. Our cabin was remodeled with woods that gave it a spa feel. We were in 8272. It was a horrible location. We were next to the cleaning closet, so the stateroom attendants would park their carts on both sides of the door and talk non stop at all hours of the day and evening loudly and bang around. People would seem to congregate by our door talking and sounds from the lobby (steel drums) would carry up to our room as it was located right at the opening. Avoid this room at all costs!! The mattress is hard as a rock and pillow hard or lumpy. It wasn't the comfortable beds we have been used to on Carnival. The entertainment on the ship needs an overhaul. The exact same shows as two years ago with less talent. The comedy "all ages" show was lames as heck. The first night, the second guy (Derek) basically rehashed the first show's material. The second night, Derek, couldn't produce any laughs. He seemed ill prepared. The Vegas style show "Livin' in America" was awful. The girls were g-string style clothing that is inappropriate for kids especially and the singing was bad. We lasted 10 minutes and bailed. The Love and Marriage show was good though :) I love the exercise facilities on the ship. There are many new weight machines and tons of cardio equipment. One of the best cruise ship gyms I have been in. Many of the tv's on the machines are broken. The girls working in the spa and night very nice and when I asked for a price list, they said they didn't have one. They gave me a $50 random credit in the spa for the Half Moon Cay day, but services were so pricey, I couldn't find anything to spend the credit on ($160ish for a massage or facial)? The ship colors have been changed from Multi-disco rainbow bright colors to turquoise and coral/orange but looks like someone sponged turquoise on all the gold painted trims to update it. The carpet is new. The ship was clean and in good repair. The walkways especially in the dining area were very cramped. There is only tea/coffee, lemonade and hot cocoa to drink on board without paying extra, but I noticed people bringing one 12 pack of soda each onboard to use. Embarcation went pretty smoothly. We'd arrived at 11:35 am for our 11-11:30 am appointment and bypassed the line. Debarkation was awesome! They made an announcement at 7 am that if you had all your luggage with you, you were cleared to leave right then (although the info sheet the night before stated you could only get off per deck starting at 8:15 am). I noticed a lot of conflicting info. The cruise director would announce one thing (like if you are near your cabin at muster, to grab your life jacket) but when we did, the stateroom attendant told us to leave them in our room. Another time they said that if you were near your stateroom, you could watch the muster on your tv, but they made it very clear at muster, that you HAD to attend no matter what. Muster took a ridiculous amount of time to complete. Mostly, it was because people took so long to get to their muster stations. They need to speed this up more. We were supposed to depart from Miami at 4 pm, but the ship didn't sail until after 6 pm, which was fine with me, but just strange and inconsistent. Most of the crew seemed to be trying really hard to be friendly and nice. We were on anytime dining and so the first night, we got one waiter who was very rude. He didn't say two words to us, didn't pour our drinks and barely showed up. We waited forever to get each course of our dinner. Their were only us two at our table and it took 90 minutes to get through dinner. I'm not sure what his problem was. I also experienced sea sickness on the 2nd and 3rd night. The ship was rocking quite a bit. We were worried about Half Moon Cay being cancelled due to strong winds. The winds were between 15-20 mph and we still were able to do Half Moon, but it was only 72 degrees and not warm enough to get into the water there with the wind. We still enjoyed it very much and had shade (although it was behind the clam shells which blocked our view of the ocean. Over all, we weren't expecting much since before on this ship, things were pretty bad. We were very pleasantly surprised and liked our cruise despite a few issues. We are glad that Carnival is stepping it up a bit and hope they work on a few things to make the experience even better. This is our 7 cruise (5th on Carnival and 2nd time on the Victory). Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
Got a great last minute cruise deal on the Victory way to cheap to turn down. Downside was the cabin 1a upper lower 1201. Bottom of the ship first cabin starboard side. Looked around on cruise critic for pixs of the cabin saw none so I ... Read More
Got a great last minute cruise deal on the Victory way to cheap to turn down. Downside was the cabin 1a upper lower 1201. Bottom of the ship first cabin starboard side. Looked around on cruise critic for pixs of the cabin saw none so I took few posted below. This cabin is a porthole cabin so have a limited ocean view. The cabin is very quiet only when pulling into port and front thrusters are right under you so be prepared for early wake up on port days. Other then that very quiet no vibration or noise of any kind. I slept in upper and had room steward put it up during the day. Surprisingly comfortable some of the best night sleeps ever on board. Room big enough for second bed not sure why they don't have on but allows for much better space during the day. The only thing I found unusual was the bathroom floor being all plastic was spongy. I assume the glue holding it down has come loose but still solid once you step on it. The shower drain for some reason appears to be in the wrong corner for tray fills up in back but does drain without over flowing into rest of bath. We just took our foot after shower directed water to drain then threw the towels down in shower afterwards not a big deal to us. Now climbing in the bunk not for the old and frail especially with ship swaying in the water. I had no issue but if you have trouble moving around this would not be the room for you. The Victory herself is a very small ship or maybe I just got use to bigger ones. Walk one end to the other is nothing. She shows a lot of aging but kept in very good shape by an excellent crew and staff. Still had lots of things going on to keep you busy and kinda like the smaller ship. You into speciality restaurants and ton of outdoor activities not so much on this ship. Shows outstanding as usual but still Carnival thinks louder is better and way too loud. I take out my hearing aids and still too loud. The comedians had us crying laughing totally awesome. Even the the R rated shows which are sometimes to nasty with every other word the F word much more tasteful and more true to life. Both excellent and you'll love them as well. The food and service are excellent according to MDR crew 2nd best in the Carnival fleet. I must agree they did outstanding job speed, accuracy, taste and temperature of food perfect. I still love the Flat Iron steak very tasty and not tough or filled with grizzle like some other cruise lines. Wife had to have her chocolate lava cake as usual when on Carnival and did not disappoint. Our waiters Damireux and Sishui not sure about the spelling probably wrong think they pronounced it as Day-mar and Seesh but both did an outstanding job. The buffet food very good as well but Guys burgers one of our favorites for lunch. The new deli was also nice touch. Long lines for buffet especially in morning on port days but you'll find you go to back of ship in the pizza pirate and the fish place they will make your eggs the way you want and have most of the same things with small line or none at all. We set the bar low for this cruise for the price of $50/day for both of us and OBC would have to be terrible for us not to be happy. I must say this was much better cruise then our MSC cruise on larger beautiful boat but lacked the service and quality of the Victory and much more expensive. All in all this cruise set the bar high for the next cruise in September. No complaints what so ever and CCL went out of their way to make everyone cruise a pleasant experience. Hope to get another chance to cruise her again if the price is right of course. Read Less
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