6 Carnival Sunshine Holiday Cruise Reviews

We had a very enjoyable week. This was our 5th Carnival cruise and most of our expectations were delivered. Firstly we do not use the Spa or the premium steak restaurants so we cannot comment on those. The Sunshine could easily have ... Read More
We had a very enjoyable week. This was our 5th Carnival cruise and most of our expectations were delivered. Firstly we do not use the Spa or the premium steak restaurants so we cannot comment on those. The Sunshine could easily have been mistaken for a new ship. We have been on several previous cruises on new ships and this one compares. The embarking and disembarking experiences were excellent as expected. The food was just Okay. the breakfast buffet was the same every day which became a little boring. You do have the option of the burrito bar which was good. Again the lunch buffet seemed to be similar each day which became a little boring. Food quality was Okay. We did try the stir fry which was excellent (which explains the lunchtime lines), and the pasta bar which was good. Also, the Burger bar was excellent and very popular as was the Pizza bar. Dinner was again acceptable but not excellent quality. Maybe what you would expect from carnival as compared to a cruise line that would be more upmarket. The showtime experience on the sunshine was not quite up to the level that we have come to expect from Carnival. The stage looks smaller and there is no orchestra pit. This is to cater for the theater doubling as night club where they want the extra dancing space. The other entertainment experiences were up to the standards that we have come to expect from carnival. Overall, a very enjoyable week. I would recommend the Sunshine and would have no problem recommending it to others. Read Less
Sail Date December 2014
Just off Carnival Sunshine where we celebrated a new year with Son and family. I am always comparing Carnival and Royal Caribbean as we sail on both. I will list topics as I review Sunshine. Embarkation -Arrived around 1 and on ship in 30 ... Read More
Just off Carnival Sunshine where we celebrated a new year with Son and family. I am always comparing Carnival and Royal Caribbean as we sail on both. I will list topics as I review Sunshine. Embarkation -Arrived around 1 and on ship in 30 minutes. Stateroom - 2 with balcony near front of ship Port side.My husband and I in 1 room with small love seat that would make a small bed. My son and his wife had bunk beds for their 9 and 12 year old. Adequate storage but narrow space between bed and shelves in both staterooms. Long shower with curtain. We had 3 problems with toilet but service came soon to fix. A problem getting through on phone at 11:30 New Year's Eve but finally successful.Plumbing was right outside our room so they fixed it in hall each time. Fantastic steward by Marta and assistant. Food - Again I say Desserts are fabulous on Carnival and just OK on RC. Best tip is to take your buffet food to Havana Bar on aft.A few Cuban items at bar. Also wok and Italian available at no cost at lunch in this area.We always ate in this area for breakfast and lunch. Burrito and taco bar and Guy Fieri hamburgers at pool near this area. All very tasty. We had anytime dining. Hour wait the first night and received a dessert plate with apology. Not sure why but maybe not enough crew in dining room as saw empty tables. The rest of the cruise we asked for Perwira from Indonisa who was the best ever. So sometimes waited 20 minutes for his table. Check in at deck 5 Alchemy Bar( my favorite on any ship) and then go to deck 3 aft. New menu with many selections. Children always liked their food and adults seemed to enjoy appetizers more than entres.Did not care for most desserts except Choc Molten cake and Bitter and blanc.Buffet lunch was hit or miss. A lot of fried food but one day carved turkey and interesting salads each day. Desserts we awesome. Choc cheese cake was my favorite.RC always has mashed potatoes but only on lunch buffet one time. Sea Day Buffet was perfect. Kids club - Not as good as Enchantment on RC. kids went some each day but didn't stay long if no sports. rope course was12 year old granddaughters fav and putt putt 9 year old grandson's fav. Slides on long day were long waits and not 1 chair available. Ship was full and very crowded in public areas. Ship-Crew was extremely friendly and helpful.but so is RC. Jamie is best cruise director ever. . Production shows were high tech,loud, and entertaining but go early as not a lot of seats. Casino- Slots were very, very good to me. Husband won on 3 card poker. 1500 points on slots and you get free drinks.Every 15 minutes if you drink that fast. lol New year's eve seemed better on RC ,no chairs out on lido deck.Lobby also had a party and balloon drop but small area.some chairs available on serenity deck if you got there early. Miss the chairs and tables around pool which we have on RC. We loved serenity for pool days as a quiet place to read and some shade.But that separated us from family so sometimes sat with them on 2nd level. Jan 1 football day was the best!! pompoms and games on large screen. lido deck was full of cheering fans. Excursions- Only Grand Turk, son and family did flow rider and snorkeled and they loved it. My husband and I got on open-air free trolly in San Juan and it was really interesting and pleasant weather.We like to eat at Mojitos for local cusine. yummy but very busy and slow service this visit. You get cell service in San Juan so nice to keep in touch as this was a problem on ship. We get free drink vouchers on RC which makes the cruising experience different so hard to compare. My final thoughts- Carnival is trying hard to make the cruise fun and our family had a great week. Not a rowdy group maybe because it was an expensive week to cruise. We found a deal through a timeshare.   Read Less
Sail Date December 2014
We took a family Christmas vacation on the Carnival Sunshine. We had 4 adults and two children (9 and 6). Absolutely wonderful vacation. The boat was nice, tons of activities for everyone. Waterpark on the boat is awesome for both adults ... Read More
We took a family Christmas vacation on the Carnival Sunshine. We had 4 adults and two children (9 and 6). Absolutely wonderful vacation. The boat was nice, tons of activities for everyone. Waterpark on the boat is awesome for both adults and children. Food was all amazing. Loved the selection and quality. The night shows are awesome, very high quality. Kids loved the camp, the Dr. Seuzs theme is great. All the staff were incredible, they all treat you like royalty. Second time on Carnival, both cruises have been amazing. Can't wait to go back.   Read Less
Sail Date December 2014
We just got back from our Thanksgiving Week cruise aboard the Carnival Sunshine and had an absolutely fantastic time! This is our family's second cruise with Carnival (we have previously cruised on Royal Caribbean and Disney). Last ... Read More
We just got back from our Thanksgiving Week cruise aboard the Carnival Sunshine and had an absolutely fantastic time! This is our family's second cruise with Carnival (we have previously cruised on Royal Caribbean and Disney). Last year we traveled on the new Carnival Breeze for 8-days in the Southern Caribbean and this year wanted to experience the same amazing Fun Ship 2.0 options. We were certainly NOT disappointed! In fact, we felt the Sunshine provided a lot more! EMBARKATION Getting on the ship went extremely fast - even though we didn't purchase the "Faster to the Fun" option. We parked off-site at the Radisson "Park and Cruise" area for about $7.00 per day (highly recommended). I dropped my wife and two kids (ages 10 and 7) at the port to check-in, drove over to the Radisson and took the shuttle bus to meet them after security. It took less than 30 minutes and we were on-board the ship by 12:30pm. Once on-board, we were able to drop off our carry-on items in our staterooms and headed up to the Lido deck for lunch. After lunch, we went exploring and found that there were so many places to hangout and relax, for both the adults and the kids! When we returned to our staterooms before the Sail Away Party, we found all of our luggage being delivered to our rooms. We unpacked, made it to the Lido deck for the Sail Away Party and our fun aboard the Sunshine began! DINING Some of the reviews on cruise critic have been very negative towards the Sunshine as far as food options are concerned and I have to STRONGLY disagree! We never had a bad meal on this ship! BREAKFAST Each morning we either went to the Lido Marketplace for the buffet, the Blue Iguana breakfast burrito stand (outstanding Mexican style eggs), or the Main Dining Room - my kids and I loved the pancakes (especially the blueberry) and the french toast covered in Frosted Flakes or Honey-Nut Cheerios! We sat in the calming Havana Bar a few days for breakfast where they served made-to-order omelets and non-traditional offerings. LUNCH For lunch the options were endless - Guy's Burgers (amazing), Blue Iguana (fantastic shrimp burritos), the Lido Marketplace (salads, sandwiches from a REAL deli, excellent shepherd's pie), Cucina del Capitano (pasta bar and pizza), JiJi Asian fusion (Mongolian wok), and the Taste Bar (deck 5). DINNER We ate dinner in the Main Dining Room 5 of the nights and each meal got better and better! We sat at a table for 4 n the Sunrise Dining Room (much bigger and more beautiful than the Sunset Dining Room) at table 548 (second level of the dining room). We were originally concerned that we'd be stuck at a table with strangers, but Carnival has eliminated that by providing each family a table for themselves! Our wait staff, Imade and Edgar were fantastic! Each night they knew exactly what the kids wanted to drink, had wine glasses on the table for my wife and I (we bought the Premier Wine Package - only $150 for 5 bottles of excellent wine selections), kept bringing tasty baguettes and rolls, and made sure that each dish was to our liking! It was made very clear from the first night that if there was anything we wanted they would completely accommodate our requests - and they did! We had a fantastic Thanksgiving dinner, dessert was always perfect, and the food was always hot when it was supposed to be! One evening, we ate at the Cucina del Capitano Italian restaurant and had an amazing meal. Being Sicilian and having eaten outstanding Italian food my entire life, I always am skeptical when it comes to imitators making Italian recipes! Cucina del Capitano did not disappoint - the food was phenomenal! It is served family style, of course, and the portions we so huge that we could not finish. Everything on their menu is was authentic. Even the mid-meal music was spot on for a real Italian experience! All of this for $15/pp (only $5 for the kids ordering off of the kids menu)! One evening, my wife and I ate dinner in the Fahrenheit 555 Steakhouse (sent the kids to the kids club for dinner of chicken nuggets and mac n cheese - they loved it). We ate in the Steakhouse on the Breeze and really enjoyed the meal. This time, on the Sunshine, the meal became a truly memorable dining experience! Of course, for $35/pp, you would expect a good meal at a decent restaurant, but at Fahrenheit 555 you get an outstanding meal, impeccable service, and a 5-star restaurant steak! First, they bring out homemade bread and three dipping sauces along with a chef's specialty appetizer - nice touch! I ordered a Crab Cake, an 18-ounce Rib Eye rubbed with 5 spices, and mashed potatoes! My wife ordered the Ahi Tuna (huge portion), the Filet Minot and creamed spinach. Everything was so well prepared that the steak just melted in your mouth! Then the dessert came - a selection of four delicious chocolate concoctions and an enormous raspberry cheesecake! We only got through half of both so the waitress offered to give it to us to take back to the kids. We thought that this was a nice gesture and when she returned she had two plates - one with the rest of our cheesecake and another WHOLE slice for the kids! Again, made the meal into an experience! For late night, there was two 24-hour soft-serve ice cream stations, room service and (our favorite) thin-crust pizza (some of the best pizza this Italian ever ate)! ENTERTAINMENT What we experienced on the Breeze was that Carnival had taken a back-seat to other cruise lines as far as entertainment, so our expectations we not that high when we went on the Sunshine. Man, were we wrong! Carnival definitely has something great in their Cruise Director Jamie! She is 110% energy, yet so personable and friendly! She does everything - from the Sail Away Party, to the Dr. Seuss Parade, to the Hasbro the Game Show - and Jamie (as well as her crew) take the time to get to know everyone! The Playlist Performers were extremely entertaining - the Epic Rock show should not be missed (ten times better than the performances on the Breeze)! The EA Sports Bar showed a ton of NFL and College Football games (even our USF game on Friday at noon) and the bartenders (Andres) were excellent! They have two X-Box systems and the kids can play all of the EA Sports games they wanted! The Red Frog Pub was our hangout on the Breeze so we immediately made it our after dinner destination for a drink, some dominoes, and good music. On the first night we got to the RFP, there were only a few people in the bar, no sports on their big screen TV's and a musician who my wife referred to as James Taylor (because he was playing very boring, elevator music) turning our favorite hangout into a disappointment. But then, on the third night, we heard Kimberly playing the guitar from the Ocean Plaza and made a bee-line to the RFP. She was joined by another talented singer and together had quite a crowd! Apparently, we missed the memo on these two because they had a following! We ended up in the RFP for another two performances on other evenings and the RFP totally redeemed itself (although Carnival should allow for sports to be televised on the TV screens in the RFP - they would have twice the crowd). The Seaside Movie Theater was a great experience, too. We sat in the Serenity Deck cushioned seating area, grabbed a few drinks, and watched a great movie, The Fault in our Stars. Each night (when there weren't deck parties) there were either movies or NFL games (Thanksgiving Night) showing, There was always free popcorn and blankets available to sit back, relax, and enjoy the show. CAMP CARNIVAL Our kids loved, loved, loved Camp Carnival!!! Each day and each night they asked to go to "the club"! They have games, movies, parties, events and the staff there were amazing! Uncle D (Dezmond), Natasha, Kiki, Chelsea and Raquel (plus several others) were fantastic with the kids! My kids never had a bad experience and met so many new friends! They made so many crafts that their Camp Carnival Night Owls backpacks were overflowing! We always felt safe leaving our kids with the staff there and never thought twice about having them stay until midnight! PORTS OF CALL Cozumel - My wife and I have been to Cozumel several times, so we were not initially excited to visit this port again. Once again on this trip we were pleasantly surprised! We took a cab from the port to Paradise Beach (about a 5-10 minute ride). There, for $18/pp we were able to enjoy a huge swimming pool; tons of water trampolines, slides, climbing structures, etc.; access to paddle-boards and kayaks; and a bungee-trampoline my son absolutely loved! The restaurant and bars were fantastic making Cozumel an entirely new experience for our family. The cab ride back to the port was quick and easy. All of the shops near the port were great - purchased some fantastic locally made tequila and hot sauce; pure vanilla extract; a Christmas ornament for my wife; and a hand-made dress for my daughter. Roatan - My wife booked an excursion through Island Marketing (highly recommended) for a beach day at Bananarama on the West Bay Beach (total of $120 w/tip). We had to walk through the port area and through the security gates to meet our tour guide, Carmen. She took the four of us in a private car through the mountainous island (about a 30-40 minute ride) to West Bay Beach. She told us all about the country of Honduras and how Roatan is a much more desirable island to live on - home prices were unbelievable compared to the US! Once we got to Bananarama, we had access to a full beach area with a restaurant and bar. My wife immediately signed up for a snorkel tour ($30 for almost two hours, including gear and a private tour guide) that took her to the second largest barrier reef in the world (her favorite part of the trip)! Meanwhile, the kids and I enjoyed playing in the water, eating lunch, and playing giant Connect-four and Jenga. When my wife got back, I was taken to down the beach to a secluded area for a much needed massage (ask for Diana - only $20 for 40-minutes). After another hour or so, we got changed and Carmen took us on a tour of the island. She stopped and let us take pictures at several locations, allowed us to go to the Roatan Rum Company for some locally made rum samples and rum cake (bought a huge bottle of rum), and continued to tell us about the island. We were back at the port, did some shopping and back on the ship by 5:00pm. *The only thing about Roatan is that, at the beach, there are tons of people trying to sell you stuff. Just say "no, thank you" and they move on! Belize - We were supposed to tender to the island of Belize, but the winds were 50 mph and the seas were so rough that we could not make it - so Carnival decided to move past Belize and head to Costa Maya - the staff and crew made it as pleasurable on board as possible to enjoy another day at sea. *We had another excursion booked through Island Marketing (they refunded us our deposit immediately) Costa Maya - We arrived to a very overcast and breezy port. My wife was in contact with Steve at the Tropicante - a restaurant and "resort" on a nice strip of beach in Costa Maya. My wife reserved two lounge chairs and two adirondack chairs with an umbrella for us to use. Steve doesn't charge for the use of the facility or the chairs, but simply asks if each person spends $10-15 on food and drinks while at his beach area. After an $8 cab ride (need to catch a taxi outside of the port area), we arrived at the Tropicante where a staff member greeted us, took us to our chairs (which were already set-up for us), and took our drink order. Now, I must say that this area doesn't look like much, but the service and food quality was fantastic! The free wi-fi was a plus because it was Thanksgiving day and wanted to face-time our families. We stayed a few hours, enjoyed some free shots of tequila (thank you Steve), and headed back to the port for some shopping before the 1:30pm departure. DISEMBARKATION This process is what you make of it. We had one of the last numbers called for disembarking so we just hung out on the Lido deck, enjoyed the sun and the coffee and waited our turn. We were off the ship and through customs by 11:30 and at our car in about an hour (long line for the Radisson). 2015 We will be back on the Sunshine next Thanksgiving for the 8-day Eastern Caribbean cruise! We cannot wait!   Read Less
Sail Date November 2014
Myself, 46, wife 42, son 13 son 3 decided to spend our thanksgiving cruising. We took this cruise this time of year to get our platinum status before carnival changed the vip policy. The seas were terrible, which was no fault of carnivals. ... Read More
Myself, 46, wife 42, son 13 son 3 decided to spend our thanksgiving cruising. We took this cruise this time of year to get our platinum status before carnival changed the vip policy. The seas were terrible, which was no fault of carnivals. 12'! It is very obvious in the cutbacks that carnival has made in the last two years. Im not sure if it has to do with the triumph and concordia incidents or what..... This was our tenth cruise with carnival, we have been on the biggest to the smallest of their fleet. We were expecting good things from a boat that just had 15 million dollars spent on upgrading it. Easiest way to show changes ive witnessed is simply listing them. 1. No waitstaff on lido to bring drinks. you want a drink go get it. 2. lounge and showroom are now one! terrible idea. chairs that slide and are stacked up to turn into a lounge at night. 3. sewerage smell on deck 4 that you could not handle! and several other areas of the ship. 4. I was taking platinum cruise but when we went to embark, I was issued a blue(first timer) card. Which by the way was not located in the vip lounge. So our embarkation process took longer than even the normal process and we werent even in a line. 5. debarkation was difficult for platinum as well instead of making it easier they herded all platinum member to the dining room and made us sit for half an hour. 6.Shows were terrible! there were only 8 dancers on the entire ship. Hard to put on much of a production with 8 people. 7. Cruise director Jamie was basically a boppy dancer. No personality kinda acted 12. 8. ship was hard to navigate and some areas of ship pretty hard to find actually. 9. Decks and floors were almost always wet. there is no drainage built into lido so when the pool sloshed from the waves the had guys with squeegies constantly pushing water away splashing all on areas where icecream and burgers are served. 10. There was no aft pool and only 1 little bitty pool on lido. So guess where the kids were? yep in the hot tubs! 11. Guest services were very rude to some people I saw, but not to me. 12. The midnight buffets and gala presentations are no longer existent! we were waiting on an elevator on the 5th floor and a big piece of metal ttrim work just fell off the roof. Luckily no one was under it. 13. The ship was obviously ruched back into service way too soon. There was still a lot of construction going on and a whole lot of repairs that needed to be made. 14. Our toilet would not flush at times and maybe 5-10 minutes after you tried to flush it it would do it all by itself. 15.We ate in the sunset dining room everynight. The waitstaff did not sing or perform. Not even the night when they tell you goodbye. 16. the bars were way understaffed. It took upwards of 10 minutes at times just to get waited on. And one bartender in the atrium gave our 13 yr old son a "virgin" pina coloda that was about as virgin as well........ 17. waterworks and sportsquare were pretty small and almost always taken over by the same kids. 18. The food on lido was terrible. The guys burgers were pretty good but were heart attacks on a platter! lol 19. The captains party was a real joke! it was basically the captain standing in the walkway in the casino and you could walk up and take a picture with him (with your own camera). No drinks or snacks or even formal gathering. 20. comedy show lounge is so small if you arent there 45 minutes before show you probably wont get a seat or will be forced to sit in back where you watch it on a monitor. 21. areas you used to could explore like on the front bow of the ship etc are off limits now. I could keep listing things but surely this gives you an idea. All this put on top of terrible weather, 12' seas and 1 port rained out. = pretty bad investment! This was our platinum cruise with carnival but probably our last. We will be using royal carribean in the spring and see what they are like. Carnival has definitely went to "get em on get tier money and get them out" mentality. Read Less
Sail Date November 2013
This was the first 7-day sailing out of the US for the Sunshine, so it was loaded with loyal repeat cruisers. Over 200 passengers were Platinum. On top of that, it was a Thanksgiving cruise, and my 3 kids had the whole week off, so the ... Read More
This was the first 7-day sailing out of the US for the Sunshine, so it was loaded with loyal repeat cruisers. Over 200 passengers were Platinum. On top of that, it was a Thanksgiving cruise, and my 3 kids had the whole week off, so the ship was loaded with kids. Not a typical week at all. The weather was bad all week, so the seas were rough, especially on the first and last full days. As the former Destiny, the first cruise ship over 100K tons, the Sunshine has enough size to minimize the motion. It was never difficult to walk, and items were not sliding off flat surfaces, but some people felt seasick, just the same. We had just been on a cruise off Novia Scotia that was worse, so it did not bother me or my family. The second Fun Day at Sea was much better, and the sun even came out for a while. That day and the morning in Jamaica were the only times we saw the sun. That being said, it was not cold and did not rain much, so you could still relax in the pools and hot tubs on the lido deck with protection from the wind, and enjoy the new water slide. Wind, sometimes increased by the forward motion of the ship, complicated miniature golf on the top accessible deck. I give Carnival credit because we did not cancel any of our port visits, as many other ships had to do that week in the Caribbean. We also did not strand anyone in a port because the tenders could not bring them back, as I heard happened in nearby Belize that week. The worst that happened is that we anchored on the south side of Grand Cayman instead of in the Georgetown harbor in the SW corner of the island. The tender ride was just as short, but the Spotts Bay alternate cruise terminal is in a residential area so you have to take a taxi to really do anything. There are resorts and a public beach within walking distance, but I did not know that at the time. Anyway, the weather was too rough to want to go to a beach. The food was the standard Carnival 7-day cruise menu, which I love, with the addition of tom turkey on Thanksgiving night. My fourth Thanksgiving on Carnival. The turkey is good but you don't get to see the whole thing and carve it up the way you want, as you would at home. You also have to turn down a nice steak to order the turkey. Actually, they would bring you both, of course, but I feel like a pig doing that! The cruise director's entertainment staff did a yeoman's job of entertaining passengers who were inside the ship more than they probably expected to be that week. All three of the young women running the trivia and karaoke were affable and effective. For us as well as a crowd that grew every night, the highlight was the ship's rock and roll band with lead singer Criss Cain, right out of college on his first contract. His voice was phenomenal, and he energized the crowd to dance for hours from his stage in the new Ocean Plaza in the middle of the promenade deck. We skipped a lot of the production shows just to see his whole sets. Alas, Criss's Sunshine contract is over, but he has started another one on another Carnival ship. At first I thought it was a cheap maneuver that Carnival renamed the ship. I would not have even gone on it had it not been in New Orleans, one of the easiest ports to get to for us. After being on it for a week, I can see why they renamed it. The interior was very significantly redone. Not just remodeled but redone. For example, while the highest cabins were on deck 10 previously, cabins were added to the front of the ship on decks 11 and 12, and a new deck 13 was put on. Actually they call it 14. Thus, the weight should be higher than 100,000 tons now. Some of the differences, I noticed on the website before the trip, but most of them I didn't notice until we got there. Several times I thought, they couldn't have changed that. I must be remembering it wrong. But later in the week I found a deck plan of the old Destiny, and found that all of my suspicions were actually correct. The midship dining room where we ate on the Destiny, is now a single level dining room, unique among Carnival ships. On what used to be its second-level, they have substituted a library bar/game room, the piano bar, the up-charge steak place, and an up-charge sushi place. The atrium bar is round and in the center of the atrium, rather than triangular and up against the glass elevators like it used to be. Our cabin was steps away from that bar, which was my favorite place on the Destiny. Our cabin was a strange configuration, being on an outside wall but not having a window or porthole. I did not remember there being cabins on deck three before. It was a great location. When we entered the main show lounge in the front of the ship, I thought it had been reduced from three decks to 2. Well, that is why. They removed the bottom deck and stuck some cabins in under it. A Carnival ship designer realized that the forward main lounge space went unused after the second show every night. A large space in the new restaurant in the back of the Lido deck would also go unused after dinner. The Destiny's disco took up prime space on the promenade deck. The designer realized that the Destiny disco's space could be reused as is the highly successful Ocean Plaza on the dream class ships. The three-level show lounge on the Destiny was too cavernous a space for a nightclub, but if it were reduced to two decks, it would be more intimate, the designer thought. Instead of having fixed seating, the bottom floor could have seats that are moved away after the last show to reveal a larger area on which people could dance. The Cuban restaurant already has great ambiance for salsa dancing. The idea was pitched to superiors and made it up to the top. As a result, on the Sunshine, late-night dancing is now held alternately in the back of the Lido deck (in the Cuban restaurant) or in the front of the fourth deck. Without taking up any permanent space. Read Less
Sail Date November 2013
Carnival Sunshine Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabin 4.0 N/A
Dining 4.0 3.6
Entertainment 5.0 3.6
Public Rooms 4.0 3.7
Fitness & Recreation 5.0 N/A
Family 4.0 3.8
Shore Excursions 3.0 N/A
Enrichment Activities 3.0 N/A
Service 4.0 4.0
Value for Money 5.0 N/A

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