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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Miami
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Nassau
  • Day 4
    Miami

Carnival Victory

Carnival Victory - Carnival Cruise Line

Pros

Signature Carnival dining and bar options, refreshed staterooms and abundant activities

Cons

Outdated design is apparent in public spaces and it lacks on-deck sports features

Bottom Line

This midsized ship combines popular culinary options with fun choices in entertainment


Cruise Reviews

1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
A lot of staff members gave us wrong information. We paid for FTTF but were told to get in the regular line when boarding. After boarding, we were supposed to have immediate access to our room, but there were signs on the doors saying, ... Read More
A lot of staff members gave us wrong information. We paid for FTTF but were told to get in the regular line when boarding. After boarding, we were supposed to have immediate access to our room, but there were signs on the doors saying, "Do not enter. Rooms available at 1:30." I went to guest services and spoke to 3 different people explaining that I had FTTF and was supposed to be able to access my room. They didn't seem to know what I was talking about and kept repeating that my room would be available at 1:30. As a 1st time cruiser, I read all of the dress code rules for dinner and packed accordingly. However, the dress code rules are not enforced in the dining room at all. Most people had on flip flops, slides, tshirts, and basketball shorts. When I asked on the 1st night, i was told that it was because people hadn't received their luggage. However, people were dressed the same on the other nights, too. I could've saved a lot of room in my suitcase if I'd known. The safety briefing was also very stressful because no one could tell us where to go. We asked multiple crew members and was told something different each time. We went upstairs and then downstairs and then back up over and over again. Massage in the spa - don't waste your money. We were told no couple massages. My husband's massage room had no windows for views of the ocean. My room was right next to the hair salon, so the noise from hair dryers and people talking was not relaxing at all. The package included a mini facial but was told I had to receive it at the same time as the massage. Due to our assigned dinner time, I didn't have time for the facial and was not given any other option. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
My congratulations for the Excellent service which was provided by Retno in the Atlantic Dining Room. My commendations to her, she made our dinner experience very happy. She was courteous willing to accommodate and please us to ensure ... Read More
My congratulations for the Excellent service which was provided by Retno in the Atlantic Dining Room. My commendations to her, she made our dinner experience very happy. She was courteous willing to accommodate and please us to ensure that we would be happy with the food and service provided by the ship. Her great service made our dining experience looking forward to the next one and hoping we would be seeing her again. Retno (Rojo No ) as she translated her name to my in-Laws who did not speak English only Spanish caused a feeling of comfort and of welcoming. She described the food to my in-Laws in Spanish with our help The service and food was spectacular, the performance at the of the dinner on our last evening by all of the crew members dancing was awesome. My congratulations also to Felipe the Ship Director for his excellent performance in entertaining all the cruisers. Every aspect of the trip was great !!! Elevators took long but it was more than understandable considering the number of people on the ship. The coordination of disembarking was excellent. Nothing but a great weekend experience. Thank you ! Read Less
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4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
The Carnival Victory is a ship that needs to be put out to pasture. The ship looks about as old as they get, despite Carnival's supposed "refurbishment." From what I can tell, all they did was add two fast-food stations to ... Read More
The Carnival Victory is a ship that needs to be put out to pasture. The ship looks about as old as they get, despite Carnival's supposed "refurbishment." From what I can tell, all they did was add two fast-food stations to the pool deck to help with the lunch overflow. You get what you pay for in the cruising biz and this ship was every bit as cheap as its price-tag. The Pro's - Check in was a breeze. Guy's Burger Bar is pretty good. The gym was decent. The Con's - They lost our luggage despite the fact we paid for "Faster to the Fun." The FOOD WAS TERRIBLE. Worse than a school cafeteria. I'm not joking. There were no "stations" at the buffet, only a perpetually long line, filled with annoyed people looking to further fatten themselves. Oddly, there wasn't really much in the way of "hand cleanliness" as found on other cruise ships. The room was passable, except for the balcony, which had signs of rust everywhere and windows in need of cleaning. The public spaces on the ship wanted to be a "South Pacific" style, but come off looking very cheap and dated, like one gigantic bad porno set. Tacky tile everywhere the eye can see, filled with dim multicolored signs for the various bars/lounges. The casino was NOT very giving, but that might just be my luck. Also, it was toxic in terms of its smoke content. The aft deck is completely a waste of space. The mini golf course is falling apart and laughable. There is a large "sunning" deck that would be better used as a sports court. The activities were minimal on the ship, with little in the way of actual planning or coordination. The lobby bar was minuscule - most trivia events happen here and there isn't much seating. We had to always wait to get seated in the dining room - 20 minutes was the minimum. Elevators take forever to arrive. The staff is pretty unfriendly overall. I could go on an on about how terrible this ship and our experience was. TRUST ME on this - you will be disappointed. Even if you think I'm one of those negative nellies - you'd be wrong. I'm a pretty forgiving sort. I was actually rooting for the cruise to be good at every turn as I don't get much time off. So....yeah. Buyer beware. Read Less
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