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14 Night Panama Canal & Central America Cruise from Baltimore

14 Night Panama Canal & Central America Cruise from Baltimore

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    Baltimore
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    Cruising
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    Half Moon Cay
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    Ocho Rios
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    Cruising
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    Puerto Limon
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    Panama Canal
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    Grand Turk
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Carnival Pride

Carnival Pride - Carnival Cruise Line

Pros

Three swimming pools keep crowds down; good dining variety; great entertainment

Cons

Due to the ship's layout, it's hard to get to some areas, and the decor is dated

Bottom Line

The Fun Ship 2.0 additions provide great value without the crowds of larger ships


Cruise Reviews

Went on my first cruise, carnival pride and was not impressed at all, the food was subpar and some of the staff didn’t seem like they wanted to help and seemed bothered if I stopped them to ask a question. Our neighbors had there kids ... Read More
Went on my first cruise, carnival pride and was not impressed at all, the food was subpar and some of the staff didn’t seem like they wanted to help and seemed bothered if I stopped them to ask a question. Our neighbors had there kids unattended running up and down halls all night and slamming doors and we reported it several times and finally the day before we got home the noise stopped. So many young kids running around without parents that we couldn’t play miniature golf because they were breaking the clubs then we docked home 6 hours late, the one positive thing was the guy that cleaned our room, he was fantastic and we even tipped him extra!!! I’m not sure I’ll ever take another cruise and if I do it will NOT be with carnival pride. We wanted to go to movie night and there were not enough chairs and the ones that were taken had sleeping kids on them so we never got to do movie night and the serenity pool was nice but people came up to save there chairs at 6am by putting towels there then went back to room so chairs stayed saved and empty for hours so it was hard to find a chair to lay out, people who couldn’t find chairs did let staff know that seats are saved and empty for hours and they didn’t seem to care so I went over and removed all the towels so the 6 women could sit and I gave towels to employee and told them and they just took towels and didn’t even I spoke to them. Never again!!! Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
I booked this cruise because it went out of Baltimore and it was the best deal I could find. I had very low expectations, and just wanted to get away for a week with my family, see some new places, and not have to cook or clean. The ... Read More
I booked this cruise because it went out of Baltimore and it was the best deal I could find. I had very low expectations, and just wanted to get away for a week with my family, see some new places, and not have to cook or clean. The Carnival Pride surpassed my expectations in every way. The musicals at night were awesome. Our cabin was perfect. My kids had so much fun in the pool and doing the water slides over and over again. I had read reviews saying that the food on Carnival Pride was lukewarm and not good-- we ate mostly in the main dining room, and the food was wonderful and always hot. My husband did wish there had been a live dealer for poker in the casino. I had also read reviews saying that the passengers on the Pride are rude-- this was not our experience at all. Everyone was friendly and seemed to be having a great time. The other passengers did not act annoyed by our children, which I had been a bit concerned about as this is supposedly a "party boat." Many people stopped to talk to my kids and really seemed delighted by them. The ports were decent-- we swam and hung out at the beach in Princess Cays, and did a glass bottom boat Carnival excursion in Freeport. Those were both nice. We explored Nassau on foot and went to the Pirates Museum and the restaurant next to it for lunch. I enjoyed getting out of the cruise terminal area and walking to the museum-- we were able to talk with several local people who helped us with directions, and it was nice to interact with these kindhearted Bahamian souls. Nassau was my favorite port out of the three because it felt like we got to experience a bit of the true culture of the Bahamas. Ultimately, this cruise was so much fun and my whole family can't wait to do it again. Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
We have been on numerous Carnival ships as well as on several other cruise lines. Pride was the worst maintained I have seen. Extensive exterior rust even salt buildup inside the windows on the lido deck. The roof over the midships pool ... Read More
We have been on numerous Carnival ships as well as on several other cruise lines. Pride was the worst maintained I have seen. Extensive exterior rust even salt buildup inside the windows on the lido deck. The roof over the midships pool leaked like a sieve. My wife looked in the refrigerator the 4th night and found a plate of rancid food and several drinks. Don't know how long they had been there but it stunk. Took 2 trips to customer service to get it all removed. The at sea brunch menu was not as good as it used to be. The first day service was horrible but we saw the maitre d being very pro active after that and it got much better. Dinner service was very good. Food seemed to be ok but some items we have always enjoyed are greatly different and not as good. Two examples are appetizers stuffed mushrooms and escargot. The day we were in Freeport it rained quite heavily which is no ones fault. However, they only had the gangway exit/entrance able to handle one person at a time. So all of those waiting to go back aboard had to wait in the rain while people were getting off. The pier was about 2 inches deep in water we had to stand in it waiting to reboard. Everyone was drenched! The ship got to the Baltimore pier about 9AM on our return. We walked off the ship at 1230. The cruise director marty kept announcing there was a problem at the gangway and they would be calling people to leave soon. That went on for nearly an hour, meanwhile people were sitting in the buffet area on deck 9 watching people leaving and getting in their cars and drive away. I suggest they begin telling the truth unless they believe people are blind or stupid and a lot of us have lots of cruises under our belts. I thought it might have been customs/immigration issues but that part was one of the smoothest and well run we have experienced. All in all it wasn't a bad cruise however if we cruise again it will be about as cheap and more enjoyable to fly to Florida and visit some better ports. Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
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