1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2019
Vilburn the casino host was so nice... attentive to all game play Great personality and Kim the casino bar server was the most attentive ever... knew when and what time to switch my drinks up and always brought me water... the whole ... Read More
Vilburn the casino host was so nice... attentive to all game play Great personality and Kim the casino bar server was the most attentive ever... knew when and what time to switch my drinks up and always brought me water... the whole casino bar staff was great... I smoke and it was a little smoky for those who don't smoke... MDR food was very good... Nick and Nora's steakhouse was 5 star... ate 2 meals there... Lido buffet was ok... Pizza was my go to late night 3am most nights... delish... tried all of them... shows,comedians bingo were All very good I would definitely recommend this cruise to anybody...the ship definitely needs updated restaurants and cabins... alot of rust.. but I didn't care I was happy as a clam just to be on vacation... Belize is not an easy tender port for anyone who cant walk up or down 30 steps...my.mom had to stay back... Read Less
10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
We honestly chose this cruise because we booked too late to get the ships and price we wanted out of Port Canaveral. I was very hesitant to book and worried because of the size of the ship. Most reviews were good, but I was concerned it ... Read More
We honestly chose this cruise because we booked too late to get the ships and price we wanted out of Port Canaveral. I was very hesitant to book and worried because of the size of the ship. Most reviews were good, but I was concerned it would be too old and small compared to what we were used to (Magic and Dream). We LOVED this ship! There were 6 of us. 4 adults and 2 17 year olds. The embarkation process was the easiest we’ve ever had. We had 11:30-12 boarding and arrived at 11:25 and were on the Lido deck by 11:50 at the latest. Disembarking was just as easy. 2600 passengers makes a huge difference. If I had smaller kids, I would probably not go on this ship. It had one older water slide and the mini golf was shoved in the front with the basketball court which makes it very hard to utilize while sailing and blazing hot when in port. There are more than enough bars on this ship and yes we had the Cheers and Bubbles drink packages. Last year on the Magic it was too difficult and crowded to get a soda. This year we had few if any lines at all! The dining staff greeted us by name the first night and every night thereafter. We had Your Time Dining and had different servers most nights. They would greet us by name during the day throughout the ship. The Alchemy Bar was a hidden gem for sure. The Red Frog Pub was abosuley fun and there’s a really nice Sports bar to watch games as well. The comedy club was great, but overly crowded even though I think it’s a bigger room than on the Magic. The decor may be a little dated for those who get worked up over that sort of thing, but we could care less. The room was identical to the Magic/Dream. Lobby area same. The Serenity pool and bar are awesome. I love the fact they have 2 pools (in addition to the Serenity Pool) on the Lido deck. We never lacked a lounge chair. You always have the chair hogs, but we rarely sit anyways. My husband and I already talked about going on this size ship again. The 2 17 year olds did go to Club O2 and met lots of new friends. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
We chose the Carnival Miracle simply because it fit our schedule, driving distance and the price was very good. The only down side was a great majority of the staff seemed disconnected. She's a great ship. I never felt crowded or ... Read More
We chose the Carnival Miracle simply because it fit our schedule, driving distance and the price was very good. The only down side was a great majority of the staff seemed disconnected. She's a great ship. I never felt crowded or rushed. The dining room food quality is down from our last cruise only 6 months ago but it was still very good. I only ate the buffet once for lunch. The comedy shows were very funny. I spent a lot of time at the casino bar with Mario the bartender. He always recognized me and suggested some great whiskies and taquilas I would've never tried. We didn't feel safe in Belize so we just took the tender to the port and haggled for a souvenir iguana. We went to Margaritaville in Grand Cayman. It was fun watching all the graduates getting hammered. Mahogany bay was nice but very crowded. Luckily we got beach chairs floats and a clam shell through the on board excursions so we had our pick as we got there ahead of the crowd. Cozumel was great as always. We did the all adult private beach house excursion. We will definitely do that again. It was by far the best of all the ports we visited. The Serenity deck is amazing. The bar opens at 9am. The pool bar opens at 7am. The Miracle is not a typical Carnival cruise ship. She's a little more adult focused but still has all of the Carnival fun stuff. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
Where do I start? Cruise Director Frankie was awesome. He is high energy and seemed to be everywhere. Giving tips, seeing cruisers off for their excursions, welcoming them back, MC-ing just about everything and providing updates though ... Read More
Where do I start? Cruise Director Frankie was awesome. He is high energy and seemed to be everywhere. Giving tips, seeing cruisers off for their excursions, welcoming them back, MC-ing just about everything and providing updates though out the day. Look, this cruise was by far the best cruise my 10 y.o. daughter and I have been on. I could write a book on how well run this ship and crew were but don't have the space here. Looking back after a month I'd say the crew leadership made the difference, i.e., Frankie and the ship's officers. Both were out in force the whole cruise providing full oversight and leadership down to the smallest detail. As prior military I recognize and credit the effectiveness of the first rate leadership performance on this ship as being what set it apart from other ships we've sailed on. Frankie and the officers were everywhere. Very impressive. Some details: -At full capacity (2600+) but hardly any lines (imo great ship design and planning). We never waited more than 5 mins for My Time dining even when the line was 20+ long we were in in 3 or 4 mins. Everything my daughter wanted to do we were able to do without waiting. She didn't get picked for The Game Show but we played (and won) Trivial Pursuit and Sorry events. In classic Carnival style we just looked at the tear-off planner and said "hey, you wanna to this, it's starting in 10 mins" and off we went. We always got in and were never disappointed with the quality of the entertainment. The staff were fantastic. -Nothing was in short supply or ran out, not even the 24/7 soft serve ice cream. -Dining room staff were fantastic. One evening we came in for dinner before going to The Game Show. We told our waiter Kasimir (tall, bald, eastern european) we had 15 mins before the show. He said order everything at once and he will bring it out and not to worry we'd make the show. I counted. He had everything on the table in under 2 mins. Two courses for my daughter and one for myself. We made it to the show on time. Just wow! -Very clean ship and crew was doing touch ups and detailing work even though it's going into dry dock later this summer. Shows a high level of dedication to passenger experience. I could go on and on but this ship was just perfect on the 2 June sailing. I credit the cruise director and the officers most. They set and enforce the standards. I thought about it and I think Carnival's 'Fun Secret' is the cruise director has much more authority than on other cruise lines. He interacts with the passengers constantly and picks up on deficiencies much quicker than crew members so issues can be resolved before they become bigger issues other passengers experience. I didn't see this in action because there were NO ISSUES on this cruise but it is my hunch based on seeing Frankie interact with passengers and officers responding to anything and everything. On other cruise lines the offices are hardly ever seen and it shows in the crew's performance. On Miracle's 02 June cruise I saw officers out and about moreso than any of the other 5 cruises we've taken. On the worst cruise we ever went on, HOTS June '18, the officers were basically absent until the 5th day of the cruise when they came out to fix deficiencies. And there were a lot on that cruise. We like the smaller ships. We've been on a mega ship and will never go on one again. They're a gimmick and hopefully a fad. We love the Miracle but unfortunately it's not going to be in Tampa much longer. I've already booked our next 3 Carnival cruises, up to Jan '21. I've decided we will only cruise with Carnival from now on. Time is too short to take chances and Carnival has never disappointed. You know it's a good ship when you can't wait to get back on the ship from an excursion. Bottom line: I took a 7 day cruise on the Miracle and when I returned I felt like I was away from work for six months. A month later I'm still relaxed. Now, THAT is what it's all about.. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: May 2019
This cruise was a chance for our entire family to enjoy a cruise together. We booked this a few weeks after we got off the Carnival Glory in 2018. This was our 12 year old son's 1st cruise and our 19 year old daughter's 3rd ... Read More
This cruise was a chance for our entire family to enjoy a cruise together. We booked this a few weeks after we got off the Carnival Glory in 2018. This was our 12 year old son's 1st cruise and our 19 year old daughter's 3rd cruise, but 1st one in 13 years. This was also a chance to do a full family vacation before our daughter goes off on her own. Why the Carnival Miracle? - We wanted a cruise that would allow us to go after our kids were out of school, but back before our daughter had to report to her Summer job. We happen to like Carnival and also had not sailed on a Spirit Class ship. We had done cruises on Fantasy class (Carnival Inspiration) and Destiny class (Carnival Destiny) ships, so this helped us get on a different class of ship. Pre Cruise- We flew into Tampa the day before from DFW. Had a great flight and we went mid day so congestion in the airport was minimal. We stayed at the Tampa Airport Marriott and had a quiet room that looked out the back of the hotel (only taxiway back there). We took an Uber to Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant and had a great diner with relatives. Food and drinks are great, but make sure to get a reservation. We did take an Uber back to the airport, but had to work in a stop at Target to get a replacement piece of luggage as one of the wheels exploded on the the way from baggage claim to the hotel. Embarkation Day- We took advantage of Carnival's airport shuttle to the pier. Went down to baggage claim and found the agent and waited about 15 minutes for a bus. Bus was new, clean and nice room and our driver got us to the port in 20 minutes. We had Faster To The Fun and curb to the FTTF waiting area took all of 5 minutes. Got a chance to meet Captain Carnival as he welcomed all the guest by area (Platinum & Diamond, Suites, FTTF, General boarding) We got there by 10:45, so only had to wait 15 minutes. They started letting people on the ship at 11AM. The called FTTF and we were on the ship by 11:15!! When we got on the ship, we went straight to our cabin and dropped off our things and went for lunch. DW had an issue with a spa appointment prior to sail away due to new staff coming on board that were not trained yet, that we got cleared up after sailaway. Muster drill went well as it was overcast and everyone seemed to be at their stations, with the exception of a few who ended up getting their own "Special" muster drill exercise. 1st Impressions - Carnival Miracle 1st sailed in 2004 and has gone through a few upgrades and a partial Funship 2.0 upgrade. Ship was done in classic early 2004 decor that has been taken care of and has aged well. While some areas could use some more tender care, overall I was happy with the condition of the ship. Miracle is slated for drydock when it repositions later this year. The theme throughout the ship was cool and the eleven-story atrium with a ruby-red glass ceiling was awesome! Cabin- We had cabins 7321 & 7325 on Verandah Deck 7 on the starboard side of the ship near the aft. These were category 8D. Spirit class ships do have a small cooling refrigerator that worked well on keeping our water cool. Both cabins were in good shape and well maintained. Flat screen TV and hair dryer in the room. Room has 1 110v and 1 220v outlet. Would be nice if they add an extra outlet during next drydock. We had maintenance open the panel between the two balconies and it made for a nice place for everyone to hang out. Our room steward James did a nice job of keeping our room in tip top shape. He made sure that we had our ice bucket filled twice a day and that made us happy. Food- MDR - We had early seating in the Bacchus Dinning room about midway toward the Starboard side of the room on a 4 top. Our service in the main dining room was done very well. We ate in the MDR most mornings and five out of the seven evenings (see below for other two). Carlos and his team took great care of our family. They made sure that we had all we needed and even took time to give our kids some extra attention. We were celebrating our daughter's birthday and they made sure she got a small cake and a song. All dishes were well done and if we asked for an extra item, no trouble at all. Steakhouse - We did the Nick & Nora's Steakhouse first night so we could take advantage of the free bottle of house wine. The restaurant is located right under the whale tale in the red glass area.Food was fantastic and worth the price. Service was a little lacking, but that may have been due to a slight understaffing. Enjoyed the red glass roof as it provided a nice lighting of the area. Chef's Table - This is started in the galley and the formal dinner is done in Frankenstein's laboratory. Multiple course dinner with wine flowing throughout the dinner. They have slowed the pace of service which allowed us to enjoy the dinner vs our chef's table the previous year on Glory. Great food experience and met some great people. Only slight issue was that the event started a little late, but the group got a chance to see a couple get engaged in the Metropolis Lobby. Pizza Pirate - Outstanding pizza every time, all the time. The Grill - my DW and I thought that the burgers had a very good taste and would give Guy's burgers a run for the money if it was just the burgers on their own. Guys wins due to the options available. Lido General - It's Lido food. was ok to eat but not my 1st option if the MDR is open. Entertainment- The 88 Keys show was well done. Music around the ship was good. There was a steel drum duo that played on deck, but it was odd that they had them play near the Alchemy Bar. Frankie was a great Cruise Director and kept everyone engaged. Sea Day- Sea days were fine. The Lido was a little crowded at lunch. If you wanted a quiet place, they were available. Never felt crowded overall. Tea time was a nice change and we enjoyed it. Ports of Call - Grand Cayman - quick and smooth tender ride. Did explore Grand Cayman by sea and land. The sea part of the excursion our boat did not have air conditioning that worked and trip was cut short. The land part was very good and we had a great tour guide/driver. Went to the Turtle farm, HELL, and a rum cake place. When we got back on the ship, the excursion desk was already processing a refund for the boat portion of the trip (Good job Carnival) Roatan - day at the beach and shopping in the port. Belize - Visit to Altun Ha. Great location to learn about Mayan Ruins. Tour guide was very informative about the site and ride over. On the ride back, she let everyone rest as it was very humid and hot. She was available to answer questions on the way back Cozumel - Shopping day. We went downtown and found some vanilla. Shopped back at the pier. Smoking - There was smoke in the casino and that did not seem to drift out into other areas very much. Seemed odd that there was smoking on the middle back pool area on one side. Disembarkation - We had FTTF and we had group 2. We had breakfast in the MDR , went back to our cabins and were on the upper floor of the MDR awaiting our permission to get off. only took about 20 minutes and we were off the ship. Cleared customs quick on got right on a shuttle back to the airport. Overall thoughts - Nice itinerary and getting in and out of Tampa was very easy. Miracle is a slightly older ship, but has held up well and was a nice mid sized ship. With the expected drydock coming up, I'm sure she will keep going for years to come and I would look forward to taking another cruise on her in the future! Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
We have always found Carnival's Spirit-class ships (Spirit, Miracle, Legend, & Pride) to be just the right size to provide big-ship comfort with small-ship service and a superb design that includes ample space in all of the key ... Read More
We have always found Carnival's Spirit-class ships (Spirit, Miracle, Legend, & Pride) to be just the right size to provide big-ship comfort with small-ship service and a superb design that includes ample space in all of the key common areas (lido deck on sea days, main show room, etc.). The Miracle certainly delivered on this cruise. The staff prided itself in outstanding service and delivered accordingly. Clearly a winning combination of talented, dedicated staff and outstanding leadership. We knew what to expect at the ports of call, having been to all of them many times. What made this cruise exceptional, however, was the time spent aboard, not ashore. The entertainment staff was talented, our room steward was superb, and our dining staff provided outstanding service. We had the opportunity to interact with several of the ship's senior officers, and it quickly became clear why service across-the-board was top-notch. This was certainly one of our most memorable cruises in the Caribbean. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2019
Going to Panama canal was the highlight of our cruise...friendliest people onboard crew was excellent, dining room very slow ..plan on spending 2 hours there ...shows old school nothing fancy, bands in red frogs excellent mainly ... Read More
Going to Panama canal was the highlight of our cruise...friendliest people onboard crew was excellent, dining room very slow ..plan on spending 2 hours there ...shows old school nothing fancy, bands in red frogs excellent mainly female front/male front musicians excellent...being a musician vocalist I love good harmonies great songs, karaoke was magical fun with great bunch of people...drawback ..karaoke was 3rd to 5th day and I think they should had it from 1st day to last night since everyone enjoyed karaoke. Excessive amount of Bingo and trying to push selling jewelry which was a turnoff. Excursions were excellent. Embarkation smoothly and debarkation smoothly. Panama canal was interesting ..would have enjoyed getting off ship to view from outside or even excursion of panama the city. The ship dining room was very unusual colorful and enjoyed it. Miracle is nice sized ship not too big or not too small. Enjoyed the cruise. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
This was cruise number 10 for us and one of, if not the best. We have previously sailed on Carnival, Royal Carribean, and Holland America. We found the Carnival Miracle to be in excellent condition, the service was top notch, and the food ... Read More
This was cruise number 10 for us and one of, if not the best. We have previously sailed on Carnival, Royal Carribean, and Holland America. We found the Carnival Miracle to be in excellent condition, the service was top notch, and the food was great probably 90% of the time. Only had a couple not so good dishes. The size of the ship is perfect. Not so big and not too small. Never felt crowded. Never waited in lines to disembark at ports or at buffet lines. Traveled with 2 small children who both had a great time. Camp Carnival staff was wonderful! Only complaints overall would be that the water slide has no water pressure so you get stuck all the time. My 6 year old who loves waterslides went on it once and didn't care to go back. And only one hot tub was hot the whole cruise which caused it to be crowded all the time. Overall we loved the ship, sad to see it go to the west coast later this year but we are excited that the Carnival Legend is replacing it which is the same class of ship but with all the new upgrades (Guys burgers, Blue Iguana, and Waterworks, etc). Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2019
Carnival Miracle...his was our third cruise and second with a couple who are our best vacationing companions. This is the FIRST time we've sprung for a balcony and man was it amazing! It will be hard to do another cruise WITHOUT the ... Read More
Carnival Miracle...his was our third cruise and second with a couple who are our best vacationing companions. This is the FIRST time we've sprung for a balcony and man was it amazing! It will be hard to do another cruise WITHOUT the balcony! Coffee and a croissant while watching the gentle ocean lap onto the ship - what could be better?! MUSTER DRILL - OMG what is so confusing about this drill?!! They need to fix this and fast. If muster is at 3:00 and only 30% of the ship arrives at 3:00, the ones who are there should be respected and the drill should commence! Those who are late should have to come at a different time. We literally waited 40 minutes for late arrivers. I told them I needed to sit down and went inside. Why in the world would you wait 40 minutes?! People were literally showing up at 3:40. So those of us who thought it was mandatory and showed up on time were punished. This was the biggest beef I had and thankfully it was at the start of the cruise and everything else was excellent. I do think Carnival needs to work on the logistics of the drill. Our cabin was #8222. Perfect cabin in every way, even had an extended balcony. We were directly below the dining room so it was quiet whenever quiet was important. We only saw our room steward one time but everything was always done and done right. We had early dining - we're older, that works for us. The first night the food was only "ok" on the first night and to be honest, we were a little concerned, but it got better after that. I was a little taken aback that you can no longer order a good steak if nothing else appealed to you. Now there is a $20 for each and every steak (as well as some other things.) There is skirt steak on the menu every night but that is just not a great cut and I really didn't like it. Also, breakfast is free for room service but there are many items that now have a charge for room service for all other times of day. I felt bad about that. I feel like Carnival is nickel and diming people. I have mixed feelings about the room service charge. Every hotel in the world charges for room service but cruising was always different. The only thing we ordered was a pizza and paid $5 for it. Valarie Storm - the Comedian - was HILARIOUS! I would go to see her if she came to our city. I still chuckle when I think about her routine. Kyle, one of the solo musicians, was very good. We saw him in Alchemy and Red Frog Pub. There was one band that was really good but, unfortunately, I can't remember their name. One afternoon we did Tea Time in Bacchus dining room. I thought it was relatively funny that it's "tea" time and they CHARGE $1.00 for the good tea!!! Yet they are giving out 4-5 different desserts and 2 kinds of little sandwiches. Cut down the amount of sweets and let people have the stinkin tea!! It's called "tea time" not "dessert time!!" I thought that was ridiculous. Service was wonderful at every turn. It did seem as though they were short staffed but we didn't "suffer" because of it! We did two trivia events...Seinfeld and the Beatles. It was a lot of fun and Oscar, the MC, was very funny. Excursions. I booked three excursions on this cruise all through Viator. They were excellent. Our favorite was in Belize. We hired a guide for a "Taste Bud Explosion Tour" and it was so fun! The tour company was Royal Beliazian Ambassadors and the owner, Percy, was our guide. He took us to fun food spots that he frequents. Best excursion by far. I highly recommend it. We had a three hour driving tour, learned a lot and ate a lot! Cozumel was Mr. Sanjos. Not my favorite day resort but it was still fun. Had a massage on the beach and ate and drank as if tomorrow may not come. It was fun. Isla Roatan we also did a day resort with a guided tour of some of the island. It was fun but very crowded and not really worth it. We would have been better just getting the tour of the island and going back to the ship. Grand Cayman I didn't book anything but we ended up booking a 2 hour tour on a bus. It was ok. Next time we'll go to the beach. Favorite hang outs...Alchemy Lounge is relaxing. We would go there right before dinner every night. Red Frog Pub has a happy hour special some days...it's $11 for a pitcher of a drink! That's a deal! We did not get the bubbly program because both people in the cabin have to purchase it and that would have been an additional $850!! That's crazy to us so I purchased drinks - up to 5 per day. My husband did get the soda package for $70. I'm not sure he got his money's worth of that but we did it. Debarkation was easy. We were at the airport by 9:30 am with a flight out at 12:55 pm. It was perfect for us. We really enjoy cruising. It's not overly expensive and we get to enjoy the sun, sea and have fun all the time. We have only done Carnival Cruises and I'm ok with that. Why leave a good thing?! Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
I heard the Carnival Miracle has the most elbow room on all the ships, its true, it seemed to have a lot less people all over the ship, the food and waiters / waitresses were phenomenal in the MDR, the buffet was very good for breakfast, ... Read More
I heard the Carnival Miracle has the most elbow room on all the ships, its true, it seemed to have a lot less people all over the ship, the food and waiters / waitresses were phenomenal in the MDR, the buffet was very good for breakfast, lunch and snacks, pizza pirate never disappointed, steakhouse was worth the $35, I reserved a table for us before the price increase, Chopsticks was a tasty treat. The ship is very easy to navigate and we loved the decor throughout the ship and she is still clean even though it is a older ship, there is a little rust here and there and I expected that. Our shore excursions were faster to the fun, Deluxe Beach, Catamaran Sail & Snorkel in Cozumel and Rays & Reef Snorkel in Grand Cayman, all of these excursions we outstanding and well worth the price, in Mahogany Bay we just walked to the beautiful beach and Tiki bar were we swam then had the really delicious jerk chicken with wonderful margaritas. We took the tender to the port of Belize were we did some shopping and had drinks along the way till we went back to the ship, it was a awesome trip and we will sail on her again in the future. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
We have cruised 35+ times and enjoyed this trip as one of our best.. First, we love cruising out of Tampa. We really enjoy their valet parking. We wish other ports adopted this, it would hurt the "Off Site" parking. The cabin ... Read More
We have cruised 35+ times and enjoyed this trip as one of our best.. First, we love cruising out of Tampa. We really enjoy their valet parking. We wish other ports adopted this, it would hurt the "Off Site" parking. The cabin (and extended balcony) were very comfortable and Ray kept it clean and well stocked.. The first "sea day" we had, just for a moment, a rainbow that appeared to end in the water right outside our cabin... AND we are on the Miracle.. The steakhouse, Nick & Nora's (Topper fame) was one of the best (although stay away from the Wagu)... Chef Bijoy, was excellent as well as the hostess, Edina and server, Daria... This trip was extra nice as we did win a few jackpots in the casino. The staff there Christina, and Nozi, (and in the cage Maria and Presley) were extra attentive. The drink service, unlike other cruise line, was fast and delicious.... Thank you Miracle... Read Less
10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
Pre-cruise: We flew in the day before and stayed at the Courtyard Tampa downtown. Our stay was excellent and I would highly recommend. Embarkation was quick and painless. We had 11:30 to 12:00 check in time. We arrived right about 11:30 ... Read More
Pre-cruise: We flew in the day before and stayed at the Courtyard Tampa downtown. Our stay was excellent and I would highly recommend. Embarkation was quick and painless. We had 11:30 to 12:00 check in time. We arrived right about 11:30 and were onboard shortly after noon. We didn't have to even sit in the terminal to wait. The Miracle isn't the newest ship with all the latest things. That was fine with me as the goal was relaxation. Live the ship size and layout. One dining room so you can cross the ship on all decks. Ship is clean and does have some of the 2.0 upgrades. Food was good to excellent. MDR dinner was fine. There were a few entrees that weren't great, but the wait staff quickly brought something else. Steakhouse was excellent. If you get a reservation for the right time, you can watch the sun set at dinner. Lido was good. I also loved the new deli sandwiches. Entertainment was a highlight of this cruise. We attended all the shows and they were great! The cast was also very approachable and interacted a lot with the audience. Go see the Daft Sailors in the Red Frog Pub. They were excellent and it was the place to be for both guests and crew. Leigh the CD and his staff were personable and energetic. With 4 sea days, it could have been easy to get bored and they kept everyone engaged and entertained. Ports: Limon, Costa Rica- We did the sloth tour through Carnival. This isn't the fanciest port. There is a large craft market near the dock. There are no Diamonds International if that's what you're looking for. The sloth tour was excellent. We drove about 45 minutes on an air conditioned bus to the sloth sanctuary. The tour guide spent that time teaching us about Costa Rica and the area. First, they gave us time to use the restrooms. Then we had about 20 minutes in the gift shop. Prices were reasonable and they take USD. After that, we split into two groups to see the rescued sloths in two different rooms. It was amazing and very educational. We then went on a canoe ride through the canals to see animals. We saw sloths, howler monkeys, geckos, a crocodile and more. The canoe guide was very good at spotting animals and waiting for us to take pictures. We took the bus back to the port. We skipped the planned fruit stand stop due to there being too many buses there already. We had time to shop after the tour. The craft market was crowded, but people were friendly. There is wifi, but I had trouble getting it to work. Panama Canal- This was basically like a sea day. There was a historian onboard to explain everything to us as we went through the canal. If you want to see from the front of the ship, get there early because it was crowded. A lot of people watched from balconies. They also had a makeshift store on lido for t-shirts and souvenirs. A lot of the souvenirs went quickly. There were t-shirts available in the fun shops until the end of the cruise. Shops and casino were open while we were in the canal. They also showed movies in Mad Hatter's lounge during the afternoon. Grand Cayman- We did not do a tour here as we've been before. We got off the ship and just did some shopping with a stop for lunch. Do bring smaller bills if you can as we found some places didn't have a lot of USD to give change. If you go to the right from where you tender in (after you leave the gated area) and walk down a ways, there is a small craft market where you can buy things like jewelry, coin purses, art, etc... Prices there were way more reasonable than at the little stands near the port. Special note: We did an ashes scattering on this cruise and they were amazing. A crew member from guest services and security officer met us and escorted us to an aft crew area. They told us where we could scatter and gave us as much time as we needed. They also provided us with the coordinates later. Debark: We were not in a hurry so we picked the latest tag. Debarkation was a little delayed due to only having two customs officers. Things went much quicker once they got a few more. Once off the ship and through customs, we flagged down a porter and got our checked bags. He directed us to a shuttle to the airport for 8 dollars per person. A taxi would have cost 28 dollars. Tips: Bring a glass with a lid for drinks on lido. Great to fill up and take to the bar after dinner. A string backpack is great to use around the ship on sea days or in port. A lanyard made things so much easier. Bring extra plugs so that you can charge more than one thing at a time. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2018
New Years Cruise from Tampa with family Our first cruise so nothing to compare but Mum has been on many and her opinion was similar to ours Embarkation was late due to fog in Tampa port closed so nobody’s fault although was ... Read More
New Years Cruise from Tampa with family Our first cruise so nothing to compare but Mum has been on many and her opinion was similar to ours Embarkation was late due to fog in Tampa port closed so nobody’s fault although was disappointed finally got on the ship about 9 hours late Cabins a little tired but everything in working order indies cabin fine for us who wantS to spend time in their cabin only slept and showered there Entertainment could have been better Mum said other ships offered much more quality in their shows miracle were average also a lacK of sail away party’s on deck All the ports were great although I preferred it when no tenders was needed Food was excellent lido Lways something you could eat busy at times main dining room plenty of choice from the menu Staff were all friendly and helpful Would definitely choose the Western Caribbean again Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
We choose this cruise for a family vacation. This was the first one of many to come. We had a blast! Our daughters enjoyed every moment. On the embarkation day, Mother Nature played us a trick. The Port of Tampa was closed due to ... Read More
We choose this cruise for a family vacation. This was the first one of many to come. We had a blast! Our daughters enjoyed every moment. On the embarkation day, Mother Nature played us a trick. The Port of Tampa was closed due to extremely foggy conditions, so our departure time was 12 am (midnight) instead of 4 pm. Many thanks to Carnival staff who kept us updated by messages and emails with the correct timing. We arrived in Tampa form Atlanta a day before cruising and "thanks" to the weather, we "visited" a shopping mall and Ybor City. Anyway, on the ship the crew members were AMAZING! I will start with Nina from the Coffee Bar, she served us the best Espressos to start the day! Ms. Luxi from the "Cherry on top" who helped our daughters how to pick the yummiest candies. Mr. Igor and Mr. Frankie our waiters at Bacchus dining went above and beyond to provide us a memorable experience. These guys were absolutely amazing! We had breakfast and dinner at Bacchus every day and it felt like we were at one of the top restaurants in the world. Tip for chocolate lovers: try the Carnival Chocolate Melting Cake, it's WOW! There were a lot of activities on board, but unfortunately we didn't have enough time to do it all ( we booked shore excursions every day). Our daughters enjoyed the shows at Phantom Theater ( Lip sync battle, Hasbro games), also the Camp Ocean ( just the first day, our little one wanted mommy...), Build a Bear workshops, the water slide on Deck 10, the Chocolate extravaganza buffet. Shore excursions: 1. Cozumel ( Passion Island) thanks to our tour guides, Edwin and Addy. Great way of spending the first day of 2019!!! 2. Belize ( Jungle EcoPark Family Adventure), Shana, our tour guide was captivating in explaining the Belizean culture, history). 3. Isla Roatan ( Maya Key Private Island) WOW, definitely worth it, amazing island ( monkeys, jaguars, parrots, crocodiles, sea lions, retreat, beautiful beach, Mayan ruins). 4. Grand Cayman ( Stingray encounter and swimming with turtles)- the best at last. Awesome shore excursions, but too many. It was a little bit demanding and overwhelming for us ( by the time we were back on the ship we were exhausted). But worth it! I read a lot on cruisecritic.com ( very useful website, specially for first time cruisers) about shore excursions been to hectic and how you always have to be on time everywhere, true, but worth it! If you want to spend more time on shore, get a vacation there ( not cruise). We would definitely cruise again! Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
So , quick review on us , we are both widowed . My 20 something cruise my friends first cruise so we picked a NYE cruise to start out . I ordered flowers , decorations and wine to spruce up our Vista suite 5295 , which by the way was ... Read More
So , quick review on us , we are both widowed . My 20 something cruise my friends first cruise so we picked a NYE cruise to start out . I ordered flowers , decorations and wine to spruce up our Vista suite 5295 , which by the way was wonderful , great balcony and no vibration like some report … or very very little. So Interesting start was that the port was fogged in and we didn't get to board until after 8 pm or so . I marked down embarkation to a 4 because priority was so poorly marked that I ended up with the massed for like 30 minutes until we realized that there was priority line and zoom we were in and checked in and on the ship . Not blaming Carnival for the fog it is what it is , but they were herding people like cattle and I missed the priority line. Anyway muster at midnight and we were on our way . NYE was the next day I reserverd us a table at the steakhouse to make our night more special so we dressed up got pictures taken and had a wonderful dinner , the service was top notch as well as the food well worth the extra money . The next day we stopped at Cozumel having stopped there so many times I decided to book the Giving Back Excursion through Carnival , My fianceand I love to do volunteer work so seeing an orphange and actually being able to see how they live was right up our alley. Diego our guide was so on it he grew up in the area knew so much and then when we got there Carlos was our tour guide he had lived in the orpahanage for 15 years and was able to explain exactly how it works . Highly reccomend this tour. We skipped getting off at Belize in favor of a couples massage and wow they did a great job . We did the Swim with the Stingrays with Capt Marvin on Grand Cayman as I told my fiance its someting you have to do once . she was a bit skiddish but loved it . We walked around the Honduras did a little shopping . Overall the Miracle is in great shape for her age , my first time sailing this class of ship. Would highly reccomend if want to sail out of Tampa book this cruise , food , crew were all wonderful . Never any lines for food or shows or anything and the ship was sold out . Embarkation was a breeze we were off so early we were able to catch an earlier flight home on SW . Never Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2018
We chose this cruise because we never cruised on this ship. We were interested in something different. As we entered the ship we knew immediately this was a great choice. This ship was amazing! Yes she is older and doesn't have all ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we never cruised on this ship. We were interested in something different. As we entered the ship we knew immediately this was a great choice. This ship was amazing! Yes she is older and doesn't have all the bells and whistles of the new ships but she is gorgeous! From the ships hanging from the ceiling in the buffet area to the ceiling fans in the Gatsby's garden she was beautiful. The dining room was decorated with grape vines and hanging grape chandeliers that were just sexy. The food was great all over the ship and the crew was awesome too. The serenity deck you could grab your lunch walk out to the serenity deck and enjoy a peaceful lunch. The casino was usual we did not win but it was fun. The theater was elegant plenty of room to enjoy the shows. One negative... I wish they would bring back the orchestra in the show room. Hopefully we will get to sail on her again. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: November 2018
My family and I wanted to try a cruise for a second time and we picked the best of the best! Great service! Amazing cabin space! Great entertainment! Food was good too. We did a 8 day Western Caribbean package. Here are some things ... Read More
My family and I wanted to try a cruise for a second time and we picked the best of the best! Great service! Amazing cabin space! Great entertainment! Food was good too. We did a 8 day Western Caribbean package. Here are some things the encounter: - Rooms, they were very comfortable and with tons of space, we stayed on 4139. 2 Adults and 1 kid and it was just what we needed. - Room Service. Aldo was our housekeeper and he did a superb job! No complaints! Always ready to help and prompt to answer any question. - Food. The restaurant was good, but there were some good and bad days. We went for brunch one morning and they took 45 minutes to bring our food. At night I will rate it at a 7 out of 10. - Entertainment. We had an awesome time listening to all types of music at the atrium and bars. Casino has a good size, but from my perspective payback percentage is too low. I didn't see a lot of big winners on the slots, tables were better. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2018
My wife and I were invited on this cruise by a friend of hers whose family was having a mini family vacation. We try to do at least 1 cruise a year and this was our 9th overall. As "Fun Ships" go it was certainly more intimate ... Read More
My wife and I were invited on this cruise by a friend of hers whose family was having a mini family vacation. We try to do at least 1 cruise a year and this was our 9th overall. As "Fun Ships" go it was certainly more intimate without feeling like you're right on top of other passengers. We purchased the FTTF package so we were boarded and in our stateroom on the 8th floor very quickly. We actually saw very little of Wayan our room steward but he did a great job keeping our room well tended too. The crew and entertainment staff did a good job. The shows were hit and miss as far as performance and singing but let's face it, it's not broadway and some of the shows were entertaining. Food wise it is a mixed review from me, the main dining room (Bacchus) was average to below average for this cruise, we have always had very good experiences with both the food quality and the dining staff but both were disappointing this go around. We did however go to Nick and Nora's Steakhouse and this was the best Steakhouse Experience we've had. The service and the food were both spectacular and if you get a chance, order the "Art at the Table" for dessert. All in all it was a great trip and we enjoyed the ship very much with the exception of the dining room but that wasn't going to spoil our overall experience. I'd sail this ship again. As far as the ports of call and our experience. We did the ATV Experience in Cozumel which was so much fun, we did zip lining and cave tubing in Belize which is our typical go to and never disappoints. In Roatan we sailed the Jolly Roger to go snorkeling and the catamaran and crew were both incredible as was the food. Finally in Grand Cayman we met up with some friends we met on the excursion in Roatan and we went in on a taxi to take us to the Rum Cake locations and of course to Hell. During the ride our driver also pulled over to show us other points of interest and gave us history of the island. Finally one point i'd like to make, Carnival has a newer tradition of honoring Veterans which is great and I enjoy, on this particular cruise they helped those of us that are or were in the Marine Corps celebrate the 243'd Marine Corps Birthday by setting up a get together. We turned it into a part birthday celebration and Veterans Day Celebration. Thank you Carnival!!! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2018
My husband and I flew in the night before the cruise, then we used an Uber to get to the port. No problems at all. The embarkation went smoothly and we were on our way to fun quickly. We ate lunch at the buffet on Lideo. Lideo is ... Read More
My husband and I flew in the night before the cruise, then we used an Uber to get to the port. No problems at all. The embarkation went smoothly and we were on our way to fun quickly. We ate lunch at the buffet on Lideo. Lideo is where we ate breakfast and lunch most days. The food was okay but I have found that the food is not as good as it was when we first started cruising many years ago. That being said, there is something for everyone. So if you don't like one thing just try something else. We really enjoyed dinner in the dining room each night. Our table mates became friends over the week. The servers were great and so friendly. We did pay extra to eat in the steak house one night and it was so good!! Definitely worth the extra $$. Our inside cabin was a good size and the bathroom was bigger then on most ships. Our room was taken care of by Marvin and he did a great job. Carnival services the rooms once a day now instead of twice. Which is fine with us. There was a lot of entertainment on the ship. Something for everyone. This was a Halloween cruise so there was several themed things going on. There were singers preforming in different areas of the ship each night and most of them were very good. We went to two performances in the theater one wasn't so good but the other one was great! We didn't go see any of the comedians preform. The itinerary was very good for this ship. I hurt my knee the day we were leaving on the cruise. So there were two ports that we didn't get off the ship. This is the first time we have ever stayed on the ship on port days. I was surprised that several people did the same thing. We did take a taxi tour in Roatan which was very eye opening. A very poor country. Our driver was a very nice young man who had three small children. He said that even though it was still a poor island the cruise ships had brought a lot of jobs. He had even made enough money to buy a small piece of land to someday build a small house. In Cozumel we took a taxi to a small beach area and just relaxed in the sun and water. Overall we were pleased with the ship, service, ports, food and entertainment. The price was a very good price point. We retired this year so we were able to cruise when the deals were good. It was a enjoyable week and we would cruise on the Miracle again. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2018
We went on our first cruise with a large group of friends. We met up in Tampa and took a shuttle to the port. Embarkation was very quick (faster to the fun) and a smooth process. We enjoyed walking around the ship and getting oriented ... Read More
We went on our first cruise with a large group of friends. We met up in Tampa and took a shuttle to the port. Embarkation was very quick (faster to the fun) and a smooth process. We enjoyed walking around the ship and getting oriented before the muster drill. The sail away party was a lot of fun and going under the bridge was quite a sight as well. We found the ship to be clean and our cabin was always maintained thanks to our steward, Wayan. He was most helpful and answered any questions we had. The activities on deck were fun to watch and we had a great time hanging out by the pool and gathering in the Alchemy Bar. Our wait staff in the Main Dining Room were amazing! Ali, our head waiter, and his team, were very knowledgeable and helped me with my choices so that I would have the best dining experience possible. Every staff member we encountered were friendly and helpful. I even saw some of the staff dealing with rude cruisers and I never heard them lose their professionalism. We missed a port in Mahogany Bay because of high winds. I was disappointed to not go on our excursion, but was glad the captain made the call and kept us safe. The other ports were great and our excursions were wonderful. We enjoyed the Altun Ha ruins in Belize and the Crystal Caves adventure in Grand Cayman. This was our first cruise but some of our group were diamond and platinum cruisers and they were just as pleased as we were. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2018
We had a wonderful time on our first family cruise. The price was allowed us to take this vacation. We were sad to miss a port due to hurricane Michael but our captain did a great job keeping us safe. Thanks to Frankie and all of his staff ... Read More
We had a wonderful time on our first family cruise. The price was allowed us to take this vacation. We were sad to miss a port due to hurricane Michael but our captain did a great job keeping us safe. Thanks to Frankie and all of his staff for a great time. The kids loved playing on deck and the trick or treating was a bonus. Our dinner staff, Liza and Ni Luh tested is like family! Our swim with the dolphins and sting ray city excursion in Grand Cayman were enjoyable for the family. The shuttle was air conditioned and because we booked through the ship we were able to catch a water taxi without having to get a number. We were also able to easily rebook when our port got cancelled and our shore excursion as a result. We are looking forward to our next trip. Thanks to all for a memorable trip! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: September 2018
We had faster to the fun, so getting on was very easy and fast, cabin was ready when as soon as we got on. Marvin did a great job taking care of our cabin all week, we had anytime dining we only had to wait a few min. Two time for a ... Read More
We had faster to the fun, so getting on was very easy and fast, cabin was ready when as soon as we got on. Marvin did a great job taking care of our cabin all week, we had anytime dining we only had to wait a few min. Two time for a table,jesses and his team took of us all week, they were all wonderful. This was a great time we are ready for our next cruise in feb,2019. Disembarkment was slow but i don't think there was any thing carnival could do about this , it is just part of coming back home to u.s.a. This was a 7 day cruise my next one is only 5 days so it may be a little short we will fine out in feb. Glad to be going back on another carnival ship. Hope you all have as fun as we did. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
we picked this date to cruise because it worked well for our jobs. We were able to get the brother and his wife to join us. We all 4 had an amazing time.. We had Imade as our house keeping manager and we loved him. We chose to do ... Read More
we picked this date to cruise because it worked well for our jobs. We were able to get the brother and his wife to join us. We all 4 had an amazing time.. We had Imade as our house keeping manager and we loved him. We chose to do breakfast on our balcony every morning to start our days off slow and sweet. We did pool side play only on sea days. The piano bar and the comedy club were our hot spots nightly. Did not deal with smokers. That is important to us as non smokers. We did the chefs table one night and loved the experience. That is a must do event. We did the steak house two of our nights. Chose to always do dinning hall for our dinner. It is fun to dress up for dinner every night. The staff is amazing in the dinning hall. We chose to do jeep tour in Cozumel, parasailing in Roatan, cave tubing in Belize and jeep tour the Grand Cayman. We had a great experience on this ship. We even did a sleep out camp out on our balcony one night. It is just a great time to be together on a cruise. We saved big money and bought jewelry and watches. The ship offers great deals and sales. Come prepared to shop a little on board and off. We have already booked a new cruise and are planning on our daughters booking a room to join us. This is our new retirement playground. Read Less
11 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2018
I usually don't take the time to write reviews but after our recent cruise I couldn't help myself. Many of our friends gave us "the look" when they found out we booked with Carnival. Never having been on a cruise we ... Read More
I usually don't take the time to write reviews but after our recent cruise I couldn't help myself. Many of our friends gave us "the look" when they found out we booked with Carnival. Never having been on a cruise we weren't selective about which cruise line. Mostly tried to find the best deal at the time we could go. Can't say we weren't a little nervous after people told us Carnival wasn't their top pick. Not sure why because my wife and I had an amazing time. Carnival is definitely a fun ship but not in a party way. The crew was extremely accommodating and enthusiastic the entire time. Their energy was infectious and made the week relaxing and fun. There was a variety of entertainment that kept us busy as well as lots of give-aways. The food was excellent and there was plenty of options for every taste bud. The Carnival Miracle is definitely a "inclusive" cruise with families, couples, and singles but the ship easily caters to all groups giving any type of traveler something to do. We will definitely cruise again with Carnival in the future and totally ignore "the look" from now on. Read Less
11 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2018
My family of four had two rooms on the ship, midship balcony 7215 for myself and my wife and midship inside 4129 for my two sons. I had read about complaints about vibration complaints in the back of the ship, so we tried to pick rooms a ... Read More
My family of four had two rooms on the ship, midship balcony 7215 for myself and my wife and midship inside 4129 for my two sons. I had read about complaints about vibration complaints in the back of the ship, so we tried to pick rooms a little bit forward. No issue with vibration for us. We all were happy with our rooms, no problems, very clean, and as on practically every cruise and cruise line I have ever been on, the room attendants were great. Always have to give them the extra tip, besides what they get from the built-in tips, as they outshine everybody else on the crew.The room was clean, comfortable, and had enough storage. The bathroom was a typical ship bathroom, small but adequate.Carnival has changed the room cleaning from twice a day to once a day, a little disheartening, but I had read about it on these boards before hand, so I was prepared for it. We adapted to the change.On the first day my cabin steward asked me which I preferred, so we went with the morning cleaning. I suppose you could throw a few extra bucks at the cabin stewards and get them to come twice a day If that is a deal breaker for you, but as I say, we adapted. This is an older ship, so very few bells and whistles. There is a slide at the back of the ship, but my family never experienced it. Despite its age, the ship is in good condition and kept up well. Library is practically nonexistent, so if you're thinking Holland America library, you will not be happy. Internet was abysmal, don't pay for it unless you absolutely, positively have to have it ( I do, because I own my own business and have to be in contact with my employees even on vacation). Wasn't really impressed with the casino or its service either, but those were the only two negatives about the whole cruise.I'm not really sure if the casino staff works for Carnival, or if they are contractors, but they're not the friendliest bunch. I was in the casino almost every day, but still not impressed. Maybe I'm spoiled by Mohegan Sun! I see a lot of criticism about Carnival food when I read the reviews on CC, but we found the food very good to excellent. Went to the Statehouse twice, definitely worth the $35 it cost. Ate in the main dining room several times, we could not get an early fixed seating time, so we did the flexible time dining, first time for us. Basically they seat fixed dining on the second deck, and flexible dining on the third deck, as the restaurant has a two-story design over those two decks. No problem getting seated quickly, the only night that would have been a problem was the formal night, there was a wait that night, but we ate in the steakhouse that night anyway, so were not affected. We always were served in a prompt manner and the food was hot and good. Usual dining time from start to finish was about an hour and a half. Dining begins at 5:45, and we usually ate at right about that time, if that helps you decide when to go. Lido was a typical cruise buffet, often busy and sometimes hard to get a table, but relatively clean and the food was good and hot. We did not experience room service, since we found all of the dining venues to be just fine. Bottom line was no complaints about any of the dining. The "vibe" of the ship is a little more subdued than your typical Carnival cruise. This is probably a result of this ship being older without the newer style toys/amenities that cruise lines are adding to their ships. My youngest son is 15, and I was a little worried about him missing the things that are on a Royal Caribbean ship, as an example (rock walls, Flo Rider, etc.). He adapted just fine, spending a lot of time in the teen club, making friends, staying up late, raising Cain with all of his buddies. The other three of us were perfectly happy with an older boat, and the more relaxed and subdued atmosphere. If you are a big time Carnival party animal, this might not be your boat. Some people have commented on the decor of the ship being kind of weird. I would have to concur with this, but I'm not a person who spends a lot of time looking at or thinking about the decor, so it did not affect our cruise. I would say the decor is not for everyone, and not really for us. Just ignore it. We experienced the nightly entertainment and the comedy club. Both were adequate, not great, not terrible. If you want to go to the adult shows at the comedy club, you better get there early as it was always packed. Of the four ports, we enjoyed Cozumel the most, then Roatan, with Belize and Grand Cayman taking up the rear. Still, a good time was had in all four ports, just that we felt the two beach days in Cozumel and Roatan were the highlights. we will one of the lucky ones to be able to get a cabana in Roatan, which I highly recommend. The latter two destinations are tender ports If that matters to you. Embarkation in Tampa was easy and fast, debarkation was slower and a little bit more of a pain in the neck. Carnival is using a reservation system for embarkation, they give you a time they want you to arrive at. It seems as if that smooths things out. Rooms are not ready on the ship until 1:30, so keep that in mind if you are scheduling your embarkation time on their website. As far as debarkation, if you can get off the boat late, the later the better. I would say 10 AM would be a good time if you can do it. We had a late flight and had to kill time anyway, so we walked next door to the aquarium. I had pre-purchased tickets online, saving me a few bucks. The aquarium is not that impressive, average at best, that it will chew up two hours. They can store your luggage for you, which was a help. Despite some of my nitpicking at the beginning of this review, I would rate this cruise as a great value for the money. It's not Celebrity, it's not a high-end type of cruise or cruise ship, but it is very enjoyable, especially when you factor in the cost. Maybe it's just because I like cruising, but having been on Holland America, Royal Caribbean, Disney, Celebrity, and Norwegian, I find that every cruise line has its own personality, its own pluses and minuses. The trick for me to a great cruise is to figure out what the cruise line and the specific boat does well, and stay close to those things, and avoid the things that are negatives because they will sink your vacation if you dwell on them. The Carnival Miracle has plenty of pluses, you should have no problem finding things that make you happy on this ship. Read Less
Carnival Miracle Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.4
Dining 3.5 4.0
Entertainment 4.0 3.8
Public Rooms 4.0 4.3
Fitness Recreation 3.5 4.0
Family 4.0 4.0
Shore Excursion 3.0 4.0
Enrichment 1.5 3.5
Service 4.0 4.4
Value For Money 4.5 4.1
Rates 3.0 4.4

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