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7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral

7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral (Orlando)

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Cozumel
  • Day 4
    Belize City
  • Day 5
    Roatan
  • Day 6
    Costa Maya
  • Day 7
    Cruising
  • Day 8
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)

Carnival Breeze

Carnival Breeze - Carnival Cruise Line

You'll love Carnival Breeze if you're traveling with kids, love a diverse crowd and casual environment, and want tons of choice in dining, activities and entertainment.

Carnival Breeze is not for you if you prefer high-brow entertainment and fine dining, can't handle crowds and dislike an informal party atmosphere.


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: March 2019
We first decided to return to Carnival, after not sailing that line since 2007 (sailing RCCL and NCL) because I had reward points to redeem, giving me a pretty great deal. I booked it, keeping an open mind. As the year went on since ... Read More
We first decided to return to Carnival, after not sailing that line since 2007 (sailing RCCL and NCL) because I had reward points to redeem, giving me a pretty great deal. I booked it, keeping an open mind. As the year went on since booking it, I read some fabulous reviews, and began getting more and more excited. Let me tell you we were very pleasantly surprised. Carnival was 100% more fun than the other lines, totally living up to their slogan as the Fun Ships. Our CD was “Donkey”, and I can honestly say he was the best CD we ever had in all our cruises. The ship had entertainment galore, music happening everywhere, and we caught comedy shows nearly every night. Top it off with Dive In Movies out on Lido deck, was a great way to unwind at night. There were plenty of bars, but we loved the Red Frog Pub. The food was out of this world! Great grab-and-go choices for day, and the MDR food was always hot and tasty and varied. We had YTD, in Sapphire Dining Room on Deck 3 fwd, and requested Roxanne and Jenni every night as head waitress and assistant waitress. They were the best!! We were a little shocked at the buffet lines, though. We did not experience that on RCCL or NCL, as they were set up as “stations” that you just popped over to, but Carnival had a long line into their buffet, which pretty much kept us away from the buffet, unless we showed up at 7am when it opened, and most people were still sleeping. We ate at the Sea Day Brunch on both sea days, and loved it. We ate lunch every day at either Guys Burgers, Pig and Anchor BBQ, Blue Iguana Cantina, the Deli, our the Pasta Bar. All great choices, and helped us avoid the crazy buffet lines. That is one area Carnival needs to redesign and improve on. The other area that we disliked, was all the smoke in the casino. I thought smokers had to stay in a separate area, but they were everywhere, and it kept us out of casino most times. But all in all, Carnival deserved the high over all rating I gave it as it was a truly fabulous cruise, and excellent ship. Can’t wait for my next one! I have the Magic booked for my 50th Anniversary in 2020. This cruise was my 49th Anniversary celebration. Oh, BTW, we had FTTF, which I will buy hands down any time it’s offered. I loved that it took me only 10 minutes from hotel shuttle to seat in priority waiting area, then right on ship and to cabin before the huge masses board. FANTASTIC and worth every penny, in my honest opinion. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
Traveled with a group of adult family members. Embarkation at Canaveral was very efficient. Staff on board were very friendly and helpful. Grand Turks and Puerto Rico were great ports. Amber Cove and St. Thomas were okay. Definitely ... Read More
Traveled with a group of adult family members. Embarkation at Canaveral was very efficient. Staff on board were very friendly and helpful. Grand Turks and Puerto Rico were great ports. Amber Cove and St. Thomas were okay. Definitely visit Jack’s Shack in Grand Turks. Worth the walk. Explored the forts in Old San Juan PR which was really enjoyable and has some great views. Food on board was okay. Marketplace buffet on the Lido deck did not seem to have as many options as I’ve seen on other ships and the lines were always very long. Burgers were good, but again the line was always long. It was nearly impossible to get a chair up on deck to lay in the sun and bar service on deck was hit or miss. Ordered a few drinks that we never even got. Serenity area was always packed too so we could never get chairs together. Biggest complaint was that our cabin (deck 1) was directly over the crew lounge. Every night the staff had what sounded like very loud parties. We could hear yelling and very loud music from about midnight until 2-3 am. This made it impossible to sleep. We called multiple times to complain and they did eventually turn the music down but we could still hear the yelling and partying. We talked to guest services who did offer to move us mid week but all of our family was near us on deck 1 and we didn’t want to move away from them plus we had already been unpacked and settled in our room. My suggestion would be to avoid the even number cabins on deck one to hopefully avoid this noise. Read Less
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Sail Date: February 2019
This cruise was a sibling reunion - 5 brothers/sisters and spouses. We booked 5 oceanview rooms at the back of the boat, deck 2. It was wonderful to hear the hum of the engine as we slept and to see the wake, but be aware that when ... Read More
This cruise was a sibling reunion - 5 brothers/sisters and spouses. We booked 5 oceanview rooms at the back of the boat, deck 2. It was wonderful to hear the hum of the engine as we slept and to see the wake, but be aware that when docking (and occasionally other times) there is a lot of engine noise. Our room steward (Silvana) was great! The rooms were clean and adequate. Walls and ceilings are magnetic, so bring magnetic clips! We sat at a large round table for dining and chose late dining (8:15). It was a bit later than we would have liked, but the early dining was too early. We loved our servers!! (Olga, I Madi and Widi). They made dining a highlight of the cruise. The food and selection was very good - much better than we expected! One comment (complaint actually) is that they have stopped putting tablecovers on except for formal nights, and the noise in the dining room is extreme - we couldn't talk to the people across the table from us! The entertainment was disappointing - not bad, per se, but lacking in variety and imagination. I'm not sure who they are catering to, but it didn't seem to be very popular with any group! Some cruises we have been on have had full broadway shows, cirque du soleil type acrobatics, professional ballroom dancers, music for all eras, lots of color and costumes, etc. The comedians were fine, the magician was okay - we never made it to the piano bar. The ship itself was clean and had nice amenities - fun mini golf and water slides and a nice outdoor theater, good hot tubs. The central atrium wasn't very exciting or beautiful. We had beautiful weather and wonderful stops, so all in all this was a great cruise. Read Less
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