1,402 Carnival Miracle Cruise Reviews

This is a very quick review of our Carnival Miracle cruise - it is not good I'm afraid, and it is our personal experience, but here we go... Firstly embarkation. Very long process, waiting and then queuing in hot weather There ... Read More
This is a very quick review of our Carnival Miracle cruise - it is not good I'm afraid, and it is our personal experience, but here we go... Firstly embarkation. Very long process, waiting and then queuing in hot weather There was water provided but it tasted like the swimming baths so was not very appealing. In fact all the water on Carnival tastes a bit swimming pool ish The Cabin. The cabin shook the whole 7 days we were there - even when we were in Puerto Vallerta for 2 days and not moving! Whether you were in bed, on the toilet, on the balcony, you could not get away from the vibrating room. It may have been a feature of the entire run of cabins along side ours, but I would check very carefully before having a cabin anywhere near this one. I am not overly sensitive, but by the end of the week it was making me feel ill. The food: the buffet was 2.5 star if that. The only good thing was the pizza - everything else was distinctly below average. Also, they made half of the dishes at breakfast inaccessible by having them in containers behind others with a glass panel in front of you. So if you wanted beans or tomatoes for example, you had to shout to ask for some help as without the arms of Stretch Armstrong you simply could not reach the dishes. Unfortunately due to the lack of staff, this would take some time. The main dining room was slightly better but only just - I would say 3 star, but certainly not for every meal. My husband was served a piece of Prime Rib on the last night which he turned over and was faced with something out of a horror movie - no decent chef would have let that leave their kitchen. Bar service at the tables was completely hit and miss, the waiting staff, the same. The only shining light in the dining room were the front of house ladies, who were efficient, professional and ensured a smooth transition to our table even at the busiest of times - shame the food wasn't up to much when we got there. Drinks: We had the unlimited bubbles packages and for reasons best known to Carnival every time we had a soda, we had to sign a receipt for $0.00 - what is the point? - what a waste of paper and time. Most bar staff were at best unfriendly and at worst, rude. Lunchtime and breakfast was a fight, first to get a table, then by the time you had got a drink from the bar, your lunch/breakfast was cold. The whole process is just poor. The entertainment was again, average. The cruise director, who was English, was just not very entertaining. The shows were average at best. The trivia which we enjoy was abundant with four or so trivia each day, however there was no competitive element; the host of the trivia was very funny and in our opinion wasted on a Carnival Ship - he should have his own show on you tube - but there was no swapping of papers for marking or any attempt to make it a competitive environment. People just shouted out what they had got and if they said the highest number they won a plastic ship. The fabric of the ship - the ship was tired, old fashioned with decor from an eighties night club. The highlights of the ship for us was the lady at the Fountainhead Cafe - who Carnival should give an immediate raise to - she was professional, pleasant and friendly and also the staff at the shore excursions desk were helpful and friendly. We have previously cruised with Celebrity, Princess and Royal Caribbean - all of which were 100% better than Carnival - maybe we were unlucky with the ship but sorry we will never cruise Carnival again. Read Less
Sail Date October 2016
First up, the safety briefing on deck. We were herded like cattle onto the sunny side of the deck in 100 degree heat where we waited for 30 minutes to have a recorded announcement played which we could not hear hear due to the complaining ... Read More
First up, the safety briefing on deck. We were herded like cattle onto the sunny side of the deck in 100 degree heat where we waited for 30 minutes to have a recorded announcement played which we could not hear hear due to the complaining that everyone was doing so the whole charade was pointless. We had 2 people pass out on our part of the deck from the heat. We were told this briefing was necessary for our 'safety'. As there was no seating, I had to endure the whole experience standing up, which aggravated my back injury resulting in me spending the next 7 days on pain killers (thank you Carnival, a cruise to remember). Whilst standing like sardines on the deck, some people were coughing in a not too healthy way. By day 2, our entire group were now experiencing the cough which lasted weeks beyond the cruise. Who would have thought that herding people into a confined area and having sick people cough over them could cause healthy people to get sick. (thank you Carnival, a cruise to remember). As a non-smoker who is sensitive to smoke, I avoid smoking areas. This was very hard on this ship as there were no signs indicating where the smoking areas were. I was only aware of them after I had walked into the smoke. I had to then memorize which areas were for smoking to avoid them in future. Due to the lack of signage, smokers were also confused about where to smoke and some decided that anywhere on the open deck was acceptable, which meant that the chance of me getting a breath of 'fresh' air on the decks was minimal. (thank you Carnival, a cruise to remember). It would take on average, about 30 minutes gather enough food for a meal. You need to line up at each of the serving stations to add a portion of food onto the plate before moving on to another line to add something else. The food was mediocre at best and lacked the fresh quality. Scrambled eggs were not fresh and had a very dry powdery taste. Toast was pre-toasted, hard and cold. Waffles were pre-packaged type stored in warmer and hard as a rock. Juices were more water than juice. I love hot dogs but could not even swallow one bit of the ones being served. Had some fries but they were a bit oily, so decided to add some salt. Not a salt shaker to be found. Asked a waitperson who advised they have been packed away and proceeded to retrieve one for me, this is at 1pm. Whilst sitting at the table, 7 other people came up to borrow the salt. (thank you Carnival, a cruise to remember). Trying to get a drink was a challenge in itself. Had to was past a few closed bars to find an open one. Then had to line up for up to 30 minutes to get served, average was 15 minutes at most bars. Many bars only had 1 bartender. If I wanted a drink before a show, I had to factor in the extra 30 minutes. If I waited to get one in the show, it was hit or miss if I was able to get served. They had 2 waitstaff running around taking orders for the many hundreds of people in the theatre. Severely understaffed. When you did eventually get a soda, it was a warm soda poured over a full glass of ice. It meant that you could either drink it warm to have the full taste or wait for the ice to melt to have a cool watered down drink (thank you Carnival, a cruise to remember). Time to hit the casino. Great idea but as this is allocated as a smoking area, I was unable to utilize the casino. I could have utilized a non smoking area but unfortunately the laws of physics won out as smoke continues to drift around the casino. In my brief moment there, I noticed a few people just there to smoke, not actually gambling. I guess Carnival value the smokers more than the money of non-smokers. Please note, I understand that smokers have a need to smoke, but I also have a need for fresh air (hyper sensitive to smoke) and think that Carnival need to clearly define their policy on smoking and provide signage so that passengers (smokers and non-smokers) know what they are in for. (thank you Carnival, a cruise to remember). Did I enjoy the cruise? Yes, I don't let little things stop me from having a good time. Would I cruise again ? Yes, I have cruised before and know how great they can be. Would I cruise with Carnival again ? No, thank you Carnival for a cruise I will not forget. Read Less
Sail Date September 2016
We wanted to take our entire family on a cruise to be together for a week. We took our 80 year old parents, two adult children & spouses and 6 grandchildren on the Carnival Magic to the Mexican Riviera in late August. We don't ... Read More
We wanted to take our entire family on a cruise to be together for a week. We took our 80 year old parents, two adult children & spouses and 6 grandchildren on the Carnival Magic to the Mexican Riviera in late August. We don't cruise very often on Carnival and now I know why. The boarding process was an absolute mess, waited in line for hours to get on the ship. When we were finally on the ship there were lines for everything everyday at all times and places. Getting off the ship was even worse, we waited in a line for an hour while one (1) security guard punched every passengers card one at a time. The parking garage at Long Beach is a total nightmare as well. We docked at 7:30 a.m. and I finally got out of the parking garage at 11:30 a.m. and we started our walk off the ship at 9:00 - even before we were called. The dining room was great, good service and good food, however, they managed to have a line to get in as they did everywhere. The ship is older and needs some updating but is clean although they like to do maintenance on the pool, the deck, or wash the windows at the most inopportune times (they elected to do maintenance on the pool the day before we ported on Puerto Vallarta instead of waiting one day when most people were off the ship). Entertainment was good but they seem to be able to find a venue that could handle the number of people that wanted to attend. People standing in the isles was very common late in a performance. Overall, more negatives than positives to this cruise. Read Less
Sail Date August 2016
Travel agent recommended it. I am not likely to ever sail Carnival again unless a real steal. Carnival does not understand the definition of Serenity. It was as loud as the other pool areas where adults and children swam and played. ... Read More
Travel agent recommended it. I am not likely to ever sail Carnival again unless a real steal. Carnival does not understand the definition of Serenity. It was as loud as the other pool areas where adults and children swam and played. The Loungers etc were all held by towels even tho the sign says do not reserve hammocks, lounges and other seats in the serenity area. I sat on a sofa and could have stayed home to do that. While the cabin steward was excellent, and Nicki and Maria in the Alchemy Bar were beyond helpful, there was a shortage of staff. Cocktails had to be placed at the bar and usually you had to wait for your drinks to to deliver to your table. Smokers did not wait to enter smoking areas to light up. My bed was comfortable but the vibration of the ship and knocking of some kindn continued to awaken me during the night. Robert and Corina in Bacchus at the 8:15 dinner were amazing. They remembered us from the 2nd day on. Also they remember the things we ordered every night. The first night at our assigned seats, the waiter was rude to me so we got our table reassigned and it was perfect. Carnival is not a ship to sail on if you want quiet to read, except when you use the many comfortable, charming searing nooks inside. I watched You Tube video prior to leaving and the Serenity Area looks so inviting. It's not serene but a great place to party with adults only. Towelettes to open doors in ladies room were a nice touch but seat covers were discontinued. Forget a nice piece of chocolate on your bed at night. And definitely bring lotion ladies. They were discontinued as well. Didn't get the speedy pass to board. Saved $60 as I passed three lines for those who purchased the pass. I did like the reduced amount of announcements. I thoroughly enjoyed eating in the Lido restaurant for early coffee and snacks. Meals in dining room were okay but the great service made up for the lack of taste. Finally gym was a nice size. Temperature was way too warm but that may be due to the whirlpool right in the gym. BEWARE you will be overcharged and duplicate billing when you buy the basic internet service and then upgrade for faster speed (definitely needed) especially when you use more than one device (iPhone and iPad) Read Less
Sail Date July 2016
We have used Carnival Cruise lines several times before and loved them. This time it wasn't nearly as good and even to the point that we don't know if we will use them again. To begin with we usually get such wonderful service ... Read More
We have used Carnival Cruise lines several times before and loved them. This time it wasn't nearly as good and even to the point that we don't know if we will use them again. To begin with we usually get such wonderful service that we have up to 10 individuals that we pay extra gratuities to. This time we had 11/2. I say the 1/2 because he was the only one of our servers at the dining room that made a half effort to take care of us. We went with 6 others to celebrate my 60th birthday. They always ask if we are celebrating something special when booking a cruise. We told them. The room steward was so sweet and made sure he decorated our cabin right to begin with and even gave me a couple of gift certificates to use. He went above and beyond to make sure our cabin was great. He is the one we tipped extra. We have always come off a cruise being best friends with all the servers at our dining room table. This is the worst service we have ever got. The quality of the food was no where as good as we have had on our other cruises. Kind of knew one of the servers. My family reminded them the night before it was my birthday and then several times the night of my birthday. By the time they came to sing it was so late almost everyone in the dining room was gone and half of our table. The one place that was wonderful and great food and service was the Dr. Seuss breakfast that we paid for. The cost was only $5.00 per person. Very reasonable and it was probably one of our best meals. The servers were wonderful. Everything we have had on previous cruises. Our twin 8 year old grandson's loved Camp Carnival. That was a good part of the cruise as well. The ports were great. We didn't sign up for and shore excursions through the ship because the ones we wanted were already sold out. That was no fault of the ship. Our own fault because we couldn't decide in time. The ports were great and we loved the beach and shopping. We go on a cruise at least once a year or every other year. We would consider this the worst customer service and food of all the cruises we have ever been on. We have used Celebrity Cruises, Royal Caribbean Cruises and Carnival Cruises. Again this was the worst. Really don't think we will use Carnival Cruises again. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
This was my 23rd cruise: and my 18th with Carnival. The Miracle was my least favorite ship. There was not enough variety of food on the pool deck. The dining room staff weren't very friendly and the Cruise director was very ... Read More
This was my 23rd cruise: and my 18th with Carnival. The Miracle was my least favorite ship. There was not enough variety of food on the pool deck. The dining room staff weren't very friendly and the Cruise director was very unprofessional fun but unprofessional. There also were only 3 of the 7 nights that there were shows which is highly unusual for Carnival. There was not enough entertainment ,no deck parties only 1 live entertainer in the pub and no other ones on the ship. Our shore excursion in Cabo San Lucas was not so great but the one in Puerto Vallerta was one of the best I have ever been on it was called Los Callitas. And in Mazatlan we took the Salsa n Salsa , it was great just wish we had a little more beach time. On a positive note , our cabin steward was great , The specialty martini bar was really neat they had really unusual drinks that were fun to try and the bar tenders were very entertaining. Overall I was really disappointed in this cruise. Read Less
Sail Date April 2016
We had saved for this cruise for a long time. It wa our 3rd cruise but the first with our young children. We purchased the Faster to the Fun pass which supposedly sent us to a shorter embarkation line and our room and luggage were supposed ... Read More
We had saved for this cruise for a long time. It wa our 3rd cruise but the first with our young children. We purchased the Faster to the Fun pass which supposedly sent us to a shorter embarkation line and our room and luggage were supposed to be ready and delivered when we boarded. The check in line was long but not 2hrs so I think we probably made out ok there. Our room was ready but it took a little more time to get our luggage, but still within reason. Because it had been 8 years since our last cruise I was VERY excited to be there and did not think anything could kill my high but I was wrong. On our first day at sea we grabbed our blue towels from the room and hit the (ice cold) pool. While in the pool with our children, someone walked off with our towels. Not thinking much of it, I went to report it to the pool towel guy, David. I was dumbfounded by his arrogant response. He told me that the towels were my responsibility and that since we lost them I would have to be charged $22/pc for them. I assured him that we did not throw them overboard, that someone had probably just grabbed and used them but he insisted that we should have kept our eyes on the towels. At one point I thought to myself, "this guys is joking with me right?" He wasn't. As a parent, all I heard was "Carnival towels are more important than the safety of your children in the pool." After that, my euphoric "cruise goggles" came off and every flaw was annoyingly apparent. Let's start with the biggest one (besides the rude towel guy), the food. It was pretty bad. Lunch and dinner at the buffet were almost intolerable for me. The meat was impossible to cut and there was no selection of hot food. Pizza seemed to take forever. Breakfast was a mixed bag. The eggs were gawdawful. It was some sort of mixture that tasted batter like. They may have used the same stuff for the made-to-order omelet which my husband only made the mistake of ordering once. The french toast was good though. In the main dining room the food was better but again no selection. Both my husband and I ended up ordering the same thing many nights because there wasn't much to choose from. The service varied from night to night but was never horrible. The kids enjoyed Camp Carnival (my oldest more than my youngest) but they both ended up having an "accident" once each that went unnoticed (lots of kids so I guess I can understand). We left a bag of backup clothing for this very reason for my youngest on the first day we dropped him off and by the 3rd day they had lost it, never to be found again which was really disappointing. i got a pedicure at the spa that left my big toe injured and scabbed. I did find it weird that there weren't more hand sanitizer stations present and they never asked any adults to wash their hands. They did however ask the kids to do so every time they were about to enter Camp Carnival which was good. It was also impossible to find any trash cans onboard for half eaten, dripping all over and abandoned ice cream cones. Overall we had a great family vacation and we will be cruising again, but I really feel like we can do better than Carnival. Read Less
Sail Date March 2016
Generally I do not write reviews that comment about the short comings on a trip but this one can not go without comment. Embarkation: The cruise got started with several problems. First problems was the sign-in that was done in the ... Read More
Generally I do not write reviews that comment about the short comings on a trip but this one can not go without comment. Embarkation: The cruise got started with several problems. First problems was the sign-in that was done in the patio of terminal while it was raining and blowing close to 30 mph winds. Second problems was that sign in was incomplete so that meant that you had to go to a second sign in for you ID picture. The Cabin and Stewards on the ship is great especially the Stewart's who are friendly and efficient. Dining; The main dining room waiters Juan and Arnold were great but this however does no make up for the poor food that is served in the main dining restaurant. The menu item would be considered an international incident if Mexico new just how bad the few mexican dishes that are served and presented. The head chef should take some classes from the local taco vendor's to learn just how to prepare good mexican food. One example was the Chile relleno that was served on one of our dinner nights. The Chile pod was not cleaned and roasted and was stuffed with vegetables that do not have origins in Mexico. The outer crust was just that a dried up crust that would pass as adobe mortar. The other thing that is of note is that chips and salsa are not the only relish in the mexican food cuisine. Summary: Staff was great but food was a bust. The chef is not entirely to blame since he is not even from Mexico and has no heart for mexican food but in fact the carnival ship corporation bears the whole responsibility. Carnival has the idea that chefs from India know all about international foods. The corporation should try the foods and menu selections and see just what is being served. Read Less
Sail Date January 2016
The Miracle is reminiscent of an aging dowager sporting an excess of poorly applied makeup who defiantly refuses to update either her appearance or the cuisine she serves to guests. Before booking this cruise, my husband and I re-set ... Read More
The Miracle is reminiscent of an aging dowager sporting an excess of poorly applied makeup who defiantly refuses to update either her appearance or the cuisine she serves to guests. Before booking this cruise, my husband and I re-set (i.e. lowered) our expectations based upon past reviews and You Tube video tours. Nevertheless, we forged ahead and enjoyed some aspects while being terribly disappointed in others. Embarkation: Abysmal. It took 2 hours to board in Long Beach while waiting one hour in cold wet weather to check in, and the next inside a huge freezing building waiting to enter the ship. Stateroom: Our extended balcony stateroom was a pleasant surprise. It was amazingly clean (and I check everything!) and spacious. The bed was the most comfortable I've ever slept on at sea, and Ni Wayan, our stateroom attendant, was top-notch. The balcony was large and contained two chairs and a small metal table. If you can get past chipped furniture and a dated orange and red décor, which was no problem for us, you'll be very happy overall with an extended balcony stateroom! The Ship Itself: Anyone who has viewed the vessel's interior will have been prepared for its "Michaelangelo on Steroids Let Loose in the Funhouse" appearance. Be ready to encounter renditions of voluptuous damsels cheek to jowl with Frankenstein statues, and oversized puce-colored grapes hanging from the dining room ceiling. That said, Gatsby's Garden and the Library (which was surprisingly well-stocked) were pleasant surprises. Gatsby's Garden is a relaxation area that few passengers are aware of, where one can curl up by a large porthole and daydream. The public areas were absolutely frigid, to the point where we shunned several activities because we couldn't tolerate the cold. When we spoke to the lovely Guest Services staff about it, there was nothing they said they could do. The Food: A huge disappointment despite our meager expectations. The cuisine in the MDR and the buffet were nearly identical each night, so if you didn't like the choices in the MDR there really were no other options. The cheapest cuts of meat were used, and the bread was akin to Wonder bread with nary a nod to anything invented in the last 30 years such as multigrain. Overall, the dining experience was reminiscent of 1950's style cuisine with everything overly-salted, smothered in cream sauce, and cooked way so long that the food lost its original flavor. In the buffet, salads consisted of iceberg lettuce, carrot coins, and melon, with nearly everything else smothered in mayonnaise. Even the made-to-order pizzas were disappointing as they had no taste whatsoever - which is nearly unimaginable for pizza. In a nutshell, if you're a healthy eater who thrives on flavorful fresh food, you'll have slim pickings on this ship. Generally it took an average of 1 1/2 to 2 hours to eat dinner in the MDR, and the wait staff were hit-or-miss with some (like Kadek) excellent and others inefficient. That said, the highlight of dinner was "Showtime" when the lights would dim, the music started, and the wait staff danced (sometimes with the passengers) leaving everyone smiling despite their tepid dinners. Entertainment: Since it was too cold to sit for long in many of the venues, we skipped most of the shows. Activities: A pleasant surprise was the availability of science and art lectures, which we've only seen offered on more upscale vessels. And we were also pleased that there were no major attempts to constantly sell things to passengers. Overall, this made for a pleasant and low-key experience. The Fitness Center was beautiful and all the equipment appeared clean and in good working order. There's also a steam room, sauna, and indoor whirlpool nearby. Crew: The best we've encountered. Everyone was pleasant, helpful, and cheerful, and above all genuine. Debarkation: Much quicker than embarkation, except that the single "down" escalator was broken and only one elevator was available, so most passengers who could do so elected to drag their luggage down long flights of stairs in lieu of waiting on a long line for the elevator. Read Less
Sail Date January 2016
We had been to Hawaii before and know how beautiful it is, and were looking forward to sharing it's beauty with our friends. There was a group of 14 of us. The ship was old and in fair condition. The rooms were average and the ... Read More
We had been to Hawaii before and know how beautiful it is, and were looking forward to sharing it's beauty with our friends. There was a group of 14 of us. The ship was old and in fair condition. The rooms were average and the beds were very uncomfortable. Our backs were killing us the first night. The bedding, however, was comfortable. Activities - what activities?? If you don't gamble or play trivia, there wasn't much to do other than a comedy show at night. Shore Excursion - We took one in Kona to the "Kona Manufacturing Plant'. What a joke. They drop you off at some country store and have coffee there for you to taste. Waste of money. We did the Luau on Maui - it was at the Hyatt Hotel. We were on a bus for 2 hours to get there due to a fire on the island. Carnival made the decision to let us go anyway. It was a 4.5 hour excursion. They told us when we got there to "Get off the bus, get your plate and sit down". So we missed the first half of the luau, which was very disappointing. We were there for a little over an hour. After SEVERAL complaints, Carnival gave us back our money. The service was fair. Nothing great, nothing bad. We did the Any Time dining and found that the waiters are much less friendly than when you have assigned dining. On this particular cruise, they had pushed the early dining to 5:30 instead of 6:00 - we were told it was because of the "age of the cruisers". We were also told in the casino by a Carnival worker and the average age on this cruise was 62. No way! That was probably including the 60 kids onboard, so that made the age go down. I'd say the average was at least 70. So if you're looking for a young crowd, this isn't the cruise for you. We didn't mind though. The food was okay. The same old thing day after day gets old quickly, especially when it is just bland and "okay" to begin with. The weather coming from LA to Hawaii was very chilly and windy and we weren't allowed on the top floors. The pool had the closure on the top so you couldn't lay in the sun if you wanted to. There was nice weather in Hawaii mostly so we were able to enjoy it. Then, on the way back to LA, it was cold again. As for our group - again, there were 14 of us. 11 of us got very sick. Throwing up, diarrhea. Very sick. Some even missed ports and never got out of the bed. I, personally, got sick towards the end. It was AWEFUL!! We spoke with several other cruisers about it and were told that there were MANY people who were sick. We don't know if it was the Norovirus or food poisoning but it knocked 11 of us out. It was terrible. Having been to Hawaii before and paying about the same price to fly there and stay for a week and hop to another island and stay, I would never take another cruise to Hawaii. You hardly get to see much and you waste 8 days on a boat when you could be on the island exploring for a week. I do not recommend this cruise. Fly there. Rent a car. Rent a hotel. Explore. It's the same price. Read Less
Sail Date January 2016
This was my first trip to Hawaii and it certainly lived up to expectations. Hawaii is a most incredible place to visit and I would certainly recommend going! However, I would most definitely not recommend going with Carnival! I'm ... Read More
This was my first trip to Hawaii and it certainly lived up to expectations. Hawaii is a most incredible place to visit and I would certainly recommend going! However, I would most definitely not recommend going with Carnival! I'm so disappointed as I have sailed with Carnival twice before, once on this very ship, the Miracle and once on the Sunshine, and they were very good. However, I feel budget cuts have really caused the 'fun' to leave Carnival cruises. The ship is fine, the staff a generally friendly, the ports are amazing and the trips which we went on were brilliant. NOW THE BAD...... The food is awful. Breakfast consists of a very small selection of dishes, including soggy toast, powder eggs, what appeared to be tinned fruit and dry oatmeal. There are other things, but this is all I could manage to eat, I will explain why later!! Lunch buffet is OK. Pretty boring choices, but it's edible. More than I can say for the restaurant. The dining room (restaurant) had hardly any choices and i'm afraid to say on all of the occasions I visited it didn't enjoy a single meal. This is because the food is cheap, it's cheap cuts of meat and tiny portions, all very bland and boring. The biggest joke of all was that I was served pork, or an extremely bad piece of meat, which they claimed to Beef! My dish was completely different to the others who ordered that same thing, including looking and tasting like PORK to 9 other people, except for the waiters and head waiter!!!! This for me was unacceptable, especially as they stuck with 'no sir it's beef' line. Ridiculous. The buffet at dinner, don't even bother unless you want 1 of 3 main dishes, usually one which one was potentially sickness inducing fish. You really are stuck for choice on this ship. If you have a long cruise you would really struggle. Finally, the reason as to why I will never sail with Carnival again. (Potentially) Food poisoning, sickness and Hygiene. There was one night where several people in my group were very sick, due to what we assumed was food poisoning. They had all eaten the lobster. 2 of them missed the first port. Later in the cruise more people became sick, the trend was eating in the dining room, I was one of them. Let me tell you I would have paid the price of the cruise to NOT ever feel that ill again! Now, it may have been a bug brought onto the ship or a virus etc. but, that still doesn't let Carnival off the hook as the hygiene was shocking! Hardly any hand washers, no one enforcing hand sanitising and grubby passengers. Personally I believe it was food poisoning, no doubt carnival will say it was a virus, which was brought onto the ship, so there isn't much they can do, and people should have told guest services. If you had the sickness, you would realise that you can't tell guest services as your head is down the sink and you butt is on the toilet!!!!! I would avoid this cruise for the reasons above. Read Less
Sail Date January 2016
Very disappointed in this cruise and ship. Not many activities to do onboard unless you like trivia a lot, quality of food not good - felt like eating same thing over and over. Staff not helpful and sometimes rude. Service very ... Read More
Very disappointed in this cruise and ship. Not many activities to do onboard unless you like trivia a lot, quality of food not good - felt like eating same thing over and over. Staff not helpful and sometimes rude. Service very slow (slow getting drinks, slow clearing tables, etc.). Shore excursions expensive and not worth the money. Too many things on ship "cost extra". Carnival has cut back on so many activities and staff that the guest is now paying for it with poor service. Have only traveled on Carnival and am always happy with the cruise and ship but not this ship or cruise. Being at sea for 4 days straight with not much to do, weather being cold and windy, did not make for a fun time. Also, Pacific Ocean is very very rough in January and ship constantly rocked and rolled until we got to Hawaii. Service in the dining room was extremely slow. Took over 2 hours every night to eat so had to rush to the comedy shows and then there were no seats so had to stand. This cruise was mostly elderly (66-85) and special needs people (lots of wheelchairs, walkers, scooters, etc.). Activities seemed to be centered around them. Read Less
Sail Date January 2016
Usually I am so excited to go on a cruise I already know the ship inside and out, when the buffets are open, whats on the ship to do etc. But my mother-in-law passed away exactly 6 weeks before the cruise from a long battle with cancer ... Read More
Usually I am so excited to go on a cruise I already know the ship inside and out, when the buffets are open, whats on the ship to do etc. But my mother-in-law passed away exactly 6 weeks before the cruise from a long battle with cancer and I was busy with my daughters wedding which she got married onboard the ship. No time to look but should have though. I think we explored the entire ship in one afternoon while my kids went into Cabo. This wasn't my first cruise but this ship was so much smaller than I am used to. There were only a couple of places to go hear music and one of the places to go to dance was closed the entire trip for a private party. Food: I need a bland diet because I am allergic to just about everything so usually the first night I expect things to get mixed up. I usually tell the head person I have restrictions and tell them what I would like to eat for the next night. On day 2 I didn't get dinner and the party of 20 people we were with were done with their dinner and realized I hadn't gotten any of my food yet. I probably should have said something earlier but just thought we would leave and go to the buffet and I could eat there and nope, everything was closed. And the food didn't really WOW me. Language barrier big time. I asked for a Hot Fudge sundae one night and I literally got a cup of Hot Cocoa and a scoop of ice cream on the side. The people I came in contact with absolutely made the trip worth it though! Outstanding from Captain to Photographers. I also went with my service dog and EVERYBODY was fantastic with Toby. Read Less
Sail Date September 2015
Week long cruise on this ship was a nightmare.... Staff was not attentive as I have come to know on cruise ships. This was my 7th. Cruise director Lazy, sloppy , never had anything to do on the ship except trivia games non stop... Shows ... Read More
Week long cruise on this ship was a nightmare.... Staff was not attentive as I have come to know on cruise ships. This was my 7th. Cruise director Lazy, sloppy , never had anything to do on the ship except trivia games non stop... Shows where not good ... And food was not good at all. Spent most of the time on shop wondering around like a zombie.... Ports of call where the ONLY thing that made the trip worth it.... GET A BETTER CRUISE DIRECTOR!!!!!! Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
Yes, we've been on the Miracle before, in October 2013 and were underwhelmed. However, family vacation dates dictated a return visit for cruise to Mexico in June 2015. Hopeful after the recent dry dock renovations, we boarded with an ... Read More
Yes, we've been on the Miracle before, in October 2013 and were underwhelmed. However, family vacation dates dictated a return visit for cruise to Mexico in June 2015. Hopeful after the recent dry dock renovations, we boarded with an open mind. We are typically Princess cruisers, but have been on a few Carnival cruises as well. Embarkation was very smooth and quick, thanks to the pre-purchased "Faster to the Fun" package- definitely worth it to avoid some of the long wait hassles. The new additions? 3 new bars that have absolutely no continuity with the previous (hideous) decor. The Red Frog pub is a nice addition, but has anyone ever seen guests in a sports bar hanging out? (brand new, no one was ever there) and the "Alchemy Bar"- nice leather couches aside, was so blah and awkwardly positioned in a main thoroughfare, no one was ever there either, except to wait for their dinner pagers to do off. And the cabins? Never touched. Worn case goods, broken and dirty lampshades, faded bedding. Still keeping hope alive, we never saw our cabin steward the first day. There was some mix up and they moved him to another section, so we were reassigned but in the meantime, .. no SOAP? It was bad enough they eliminated lotion or any other amenities outside of the built in-questionable "conditioning shampoo (ever try to wash woman's hair/without conditioner? Luckily we knew better and brought our own) and 'shower gel"/? wouldn't touch it with a 10 foot pole. Fridge remained locked and ice and extra requested pillows and soap would just have to wait until EVENING. Even after the reassignment, had to ask twice for TOILET PAPER. Also, the bunk bed for our teenager had no safety rail and no one seemed to know where to locate it until 2 supervisors found it under the bed. Not a great first impression. Yes, I know, it's Carnival, the Wal Mart of cruise lines, but still don't understand why emergency drills have to be held OUTSIDE, all of us lined up like criminals, jammed together (hope you aren't claustrophobic)-- our "extended" balcony was nice, although about the same size as a standard on other lines, maybe SLIGHTLY deeper, but to get one, you are set BACK from other decks, thereby blocking some of your side view where the ship juts out again. Back to the decor. I can barely look at their "piazza" (sorry, Princess-lingo), it is the most dark, depressing 'lobby' with awful shades of brown, those dark tile floors and ugly blue lights. A long guitarist with a tamborine player woefully sing at the world's smallest 'stage'. The buffet generally has ample seating, but here I go again. Who CLOSES their buffet at 3pm and leaves only pizza open (and sometimes the grill, but that closed too during late afternoon) with 100,000 people standing in line for some grub? I had to resort to 'room service' for a late lunch sandwich (was delivered quickly though!) rather than face the 'hordes' waiting for, yes, 'bad' food- the pizza IS pretty good, the rest of the fare forgettable. The dessert bar 'awful'- you'd see this great looking cheescake, only to discover it was more of a gelatinous type of concoction. The dining room food was better and enjoyed the Sea day brunches, again to avoid the buffet. However, as we have found before, appetizers were quite good (especially soups) at dinner, but entrees not so much. Every type of beef they present tastes boiled- I dont' know what their cooking method is and we found this the last time on the Miracle, ohh, we have 'steak' tonight, or 'prime rib'-- any type of beef, 'soft' and boiled tasting- yuck. Service was spotty- we had anytime dining- yes you had to wait, but don't mind with pager except the last night when we waited an HOUR. Puerto Vallarta: First to the exclusive resort getaway- that was nice, it was just realllly hot. 2nd Puerto Vallarta day- Las Marietas- we've done this one before and really enjoyed it (called "Wild Dolphins and Snorkeling)- crew was great, but they should NOT have let us go to the HIdden Beach this time, current was too strong and near death experience for me on the way out- we all hit our heads on the cave and I was plunged underwater when the cave completely filled up, not sure if I'd surface-- it's our second visit there (and last!)- snorkeling was decent, but it was jelly fish season, so watch out.. Cabo San Lucas- Eco snorkeling on the Zodiac- ouch! Again our second time on this excursion but strong currents made the "bumpy" (understatement) ride painful. Again were plagued with jellyfish- 4 folks got stung, including a young boy with a bad reaction, turned into a medical situation with us zooming back to the pier. They did give us a refund, but unfortunate nonetheless. Would we sail Carnival again? (only under duress), and perhaps on one of their newer ships, only if cost and schedule align. It's hard to believe both Carnival and Princess are owned by the same corporation and are so different. Entertainment? what entertainment? Everyone in our party agreed on the 'world's most boring ship'- 2 small stores, no good entertainment. Of course, it's always worth anything when you can sit and chill on your balcony, watching the water, including a whale, dancing dolphins and sea turtles, but Carnival, you need to get your act together and understand what's important to your guests- throw the ship a sample bottle of lotion and watch the compliments roll in Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
I will start off by saying that I don't love cruising. It doesn't matter what cruise line, ship or ports. However, this cruise line is bottom of the barrel...but it was all we could afford right now. Getting on the ship was ... Read More
I will start off by saying that I don't love cruising. It doesn't matter what cruise line, ship or ports. However, this cruise line is bottom of the barrel...but it was all we could afford right now. Getting on the ship was fine...no different than other lines...so give it an average rating. The rooms were ok..except for the decor. It was orange & red. I'm assuming they picked those colors so cruisers won't stay in their rooms. However, it hurt our family's eyes. There were 4 of us....husband-50, wife-48, daughter-14 and son-11. We did get our ports switched around because of Hurricane Blanca..so we replaced Puerta Vallarta with Ensenada. We chose to stay on the ship. I'd say the worst part of the cruise is the pool temperature...FREEZING. Second was the main dining room..the food was NOT good and the wait staff were mediocre-poor. They never remembered to give my son a kids' menu..or tell him the pasta special. He had to ask every single evening. Once they presented the main dish...you could never find them to ask them for parm. cheese for caesar salad or pasta. Also, if you didn't play trivia then there really wasn't much to do during the day. We were bored. Really tasty pizza in Horacios (which is open 24 hours)...however sometimes there is a 30 min wait for pizza since it's made fresh to order. Also, the cheeseburgers made at "Off the Grill" by the pool were really good. It was nice to have soft serve ice cream and fro yo open 24 hours a day. There were some good comedians. The shows were average. The best part of the cruise was disembarkation. We were on deck 8...we chose self service (we carried our own luggage). We didn't have to put our luggage outside our room the night before. We woke up, had breakfast and heard our cabin floor called at 8:45 and we got to the parking lot by 9:30. That was the best part of the trip! Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
BE READY!!! The hard sell is on. EVERYTHING costs. They appear to pay their employees with the tip money you MANDATORY have to pay. The staff was the best thing about this cruise. Food is below average and always cold except for pizza. ... Read More
BE READY!!! The hard sell is on. EVERYTHING costs. They appear to pay their employees with the tip money you MANDATORY have to pay. The staff was the best thing about this cruise. Food is below average and always cold except for pizza. Bartenders are friendly, but slow. If you are a 20 something party person or 65+ this may be for you. 3 hours to get on the ship? I've been on 7 cruises and this was BY FAR the worst. So many people. sometimes a 45 minute wait for dinner. Want good food? $35.00 up charge. $20.00 up charge for higher quality in the main dining room. Selling shot glasses during dinner. Getting mad when you do not want a picture. Good luck getting a chair around the pool or even near it. Standing room only at the shows depending on your dinner time. Want to drink? beer starts at $5.95 and most drinks are $8.95. I loved the staff. will be friends with a few for a long time. Overall, the ship is filthy and needs a remodel. Balcony was supposedly cleaned on day 4, however, kids cereal and "corn nuts" were found on our balcony immediately following the "cleaning". Never saw the captain or his officers. I understand how these cruises work, but when you pay a certain amount, you expect a certain level of quality which this ship does not have. Even "dress up" nights where the food was supposed to be better? HUH.. chewy, small no flavor lobster. Room service shows up hours early on occasion (6:30 AM on an 8:00 AM request). No more Carnival. Maybe no more cruises after this experience. Read Less
Sail Date May 2015
ship was dated. Furniture worn out. Décor was psychedelic. shore excursion was not what it was suppose to be. very disappointed. Tequila factory tour with no factories. Just people trying to sell you $50.00 bottles of tequila. ... Read More
ship was dated. Furniture worn out. Décor was psychedelic. shore excursion was not what it was suppose to be. very disappointed. Tequila factory tour with no factories. Just people trying to sell you $50.00 bottles of tequila. The entertainment at the theater was sophomoric. The food however, was excellent. I would not cruise again on Carnival. We where offered a $50.00 coupon if we booked a cruise by a certain date, which we did, they would not honor it because we received a discounted price from the Casino. This was not disclosed in the coupon. Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
Shabby rooms. Poor housekeeping. Needs remodeling. It's the "Motel 6 of the 7 Seas". Went to Cabo and Puerto Vallarta. Due to an ambush of local police with a local gang shooting 15 of them dead the day before we arrived, ... Read More
Shabby rooms. Poor housekeeping. Needs remodeling. It's the "Motel 6 of the 7 Seas". Went to Cabo and Puerto Vallarta. Due to an ambush of local police with a local gang shooting 15 of them dead the day before we arrived, our shore excursion in PV was cancelled. We traveled a long ways to do nothing. The food is also a disappointment. True buffet quality and I don't mean that in a good way. Room service also got our order wrong every single time. If we take another cruise, it would be on a better liner. Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
We had 2 adults and 2 kids, 4 and 7. This is my 3rd cruise, 1st with Carnival. We got in at Long Beach at 2pm (I know, we cut it very close.) We did book the cruise transfer just in case if our plane may be delayed. Cruise transfer ... Read More
We had 2 adults and 2 kids, 4 and 7. This is my 3rd cruise, 1st with Carnival. We got in at Long Beach at 2pm (I know, we cut it very close.) We did book the cruise transfer just in case if our plane may be delayed. Cruise transfer was on time and very comfortable. I booked this cruise early March after reading about March drydock for Fun Ship upgrades. We were especially interested in the Suess in Sea activities and the Game show as both of my kids loves Cat in the Hat and the games. Carnival website listed those as "Coming Soon" for Miracle at that time. All the press releases and the Carnival website made me believe that those activities will be available for our sail. I do understand that things could change and activities may not be ready as planned. However, Fun ship 2.0 is not a new concept for Carnival. It's been around for more than a year. It really should be ready to roll after drydock. It was a big disappointment. Activies: Sea Day 1: This day was fine as it's the first day. We just explored around. Cabo: We stayed overnight at a resort for the night. PV: Booked the excursion from the cruise ship - Las Caletas island. This was the best day on this cruise ship. The island was very fun for kids. The kids did zipline and animal encounter. But time is short on the island. We only have one hour left at the beach for water activites after zipline. 2 Sea Days: Our last 2 sea days were awful. There was nothing to do for adults and kids. Mini golf was closed for both days as it was windy. The upper decks are always windy and cold when ship is in motion. Pool water is never heated. Waterslide is always cold to use. This is a family trip where we wanted to do things together. We were not interested in Kids club. However, we ended up sending them there for two hours each day so they don't just stay in cabin and play with ipad as there is nothing else they could do on ship. We did try to make it to towel folding class. It was just too crowded and no place to even sit and fold. Food: We were assigned late dining. When we cruised with NCL last time, dinner buffet choices were plenty. We didn't feel the need to even go to main dining room. So our original plan was just to do buffet most of the time so we can catch the 1st show and go sleep when kids needed to. However, they had only one station open at buffet, plus salads, pizza(24hr) and deli. After 3 days of buffet, we just couldn't take it anymore. We are paying $$$ not to go hungry on a cruise. They would not accommodate us for anytime dining or early dining. We tried very hard to make it to main dining the last 3 days. Food was a little better, though my 4 yr old fall to sleep on the dinner table. Late dinner means we have to stay up late for the late show. We were just tired by then. We want to have fun and enjoy the ship. However, we just felt tired at night and nothing to do during the day. We were so happy to get off the ship. Show: The night shows at the main stage were all very good. We enjoyed them all other than the last a few were late shows, we could barely open our eyes. That's where the one of the stars comes from. Service: Another star added for service. Decor: Some of the decor around the ship is not appropriate for kids. There are a lot of paintings with half naked people. One is right at dining room entrance. They really should have done something at drydock to replace those. Summary: We will probably not sail with Carnival again for a few years. The cruise just didn't leave us much good memory. We were hungry on a cruise. We are planning an Alaska cruise this year and a Caribbean cruise for next Feb. We will definitely be going with another line. Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
We are Platium members and have cruised over 20 times with Carnival and this ship is in very poor condition. From the Pee stains that have embelished the bathroom stateroom floor to the poor quality food everywhere except for Nick and ... Read More
We are Platium members and have cruised over 20 times with Carnival and this ship is in very poor condition. From the Pee stains that have embelished the bathroom stateroom floor to the poor quality food everywhere except for Nick and Noras steak house. This ship is to have supposed to have been refrubished in 2008 but all I can see is in the Alchemy lounge where it seems to be new.The no Smoking decks on all the balconies have further made the cruise more difficult as we are are smokers. Nothing special about this cruise avoid it if you can. Read Less
Sail Date March 2015
Carnival, where the fun never stops, I am still waiting for the fun to begin never mind never stopping. Things didn' t start well when we got to the port to see a massive queue which we would be stuck in for almost 2 hours, just to ... Read More
Carnival, where the fun never stops, I am still waiting for the fun to begin never mind never stopping. Things didn' t start well when we got to the port to see a massive queue which we would be stuck in for almost 2 hours, just to check in! There were about 10 kiosks but only 4 or 5 manned and it was slow. There was no information about how long we would have to wait, no coffee stations etc, really bad organisation. They know how many people will be checking in so why not prepare? Once on board we were told we could have lunch so went to the buffet. We had been up since 7am so were hungry. The buffet is poorly laid out with a few stations. The queues were horrific and we knew there would be no chance of getting any thing to eat, and we were right. I asked to speak to a head waiter but he could not have cared less and kept checking his phone whilst I was talking to him. I have never heard of a cruise where you cannot get anything to eat! Dreadful incompetent planning! They had one guy making sandwiches from fresh, why not have several trays ready on embarkation day. We then had to go to muster and that took forever. We were made to just wait and wait and they never checked who was there so what was the point? I had poor expectations from then on and I was proved right, time and time again. The food in general was pretty average and there were always queues, no matter what you wanted. It was not very exciting and never hot. The dinner in the main dining room was ok but nothing special. There seemed little to do during the day except for a few quizzes - wow! The evening entertainment was a real let own. There were only 2 shows as such (must be a great life being a "dancer" on this line) and they were not that brilliant. One of the shows was about the Beatles but I think they got confused with the musical Hair looking at the wigs the girls wore, more 70s than 60s. The other night there was a juggler and than they used a really cheap way of entertaining us by audience participation which is always a let down. I do not want to hear where everyone comes from or if they are looking forward to the cruise. This is all down to budgets and I must say the Cruise Director was hard working and seemed a really nice guy. There were a couple of male singers, Andy was really nice but they put him at the back of the bar in the casino? There was little atmosphere at night and most people ended up in the casino, good ploy by Carnival. There were no female lounge singers as on other ships. This is the only cruise I have been on where at times it was difficult to get a drink. The lobby bar was busy but with only 2 staff who worked non stop, where the Piano Bar was empty with staff having nothing to do. In the Mad Hatter bar which was freezing,the service was awful and the barman didn' t seem bothered. There was another bar where the live music was so loud you could not stay there. There were just 2 stops which was fine, Cabo San Lucas where we only had a few hours, and then Puerto Vallarta. The good points were the housekeeping staff, especially Phanton and also the staff in the restaurant, particularly Nathaniel, the Maitre was also very pleasant. The cabin was nice. The self service coffee was good. The Serenity area was pleasant, and I think that is about it. We were bored on this ship and were glad to get off. There seemed to be a lot of people on a fantastic deal so perhaps they had cut back on things. It was good to get off and eat a hot, tasty meal. I thought Carnival would be good as they own so many lines but we were very disappointed. Back to Royal Caribbean next time. First and last time with Carnival. Read Less
Sail Date February 2015
I couldn't wait to get off this ship. It's not that I mind cruising because I don't. I have booked over 75 days on better cruise lines but Carnival Miracle is disgusting. Our cabin, one of the largest on the ship was worn ... Read More
I couldn't wait to get off this ship. It's not that I mind cruising because I don't. I have booked over 75 days on better cruise lines but Carnival Miracle is disgusting. Our cabin, one of the largest on the ship was worn out and dirty. I can forgive bad design, (sorta) but there is no excuse for filth. I was afraid to take my shoes off for a week in this cabin because the carpet was literally sticky. The windows and the deck were worse. The staff overall were nice and helpful but the attributes end there. The food is made from largely cheap ingredients and the variety is limited. Perhaps this has to do with price point and the guest that is attracted to this cruise line. It's a bit of a NASCAR crowd. Plenty of Costco Hawaiian shirts and extremely large appetites. We only took this cruise because it spends the night in Cabo. When we arrived there, we couldn't get off this ship fast enough. We ended up spending more on one night at Resort at Pedregal which was quite frankly Amazing! One there was worth 20 nights on The Miracle of Carnival Cruise Lines. Hint- save your money and fly or choose a respectable cruise line and spend a few extra dollars!   Read Less
Sail Date February 2015
Noisy engines & annoying vibration. Entertainment (?) nobody really wants to see not one, but two shows featuring other guests (ya know, the same ones who can't wait for kareoke hour & should never, ever, be part of a ships ... Read More
Noisy engines & annoying vibration. Entertainment (?) nobody really wants to see not one, but two shows featuring other guests (ya know, the same ones who can't wait for kareoke hour & should never, ever, be part of a ships entertainment itinerary), or how about two (or was it three) juggling/comedy/majic shows? I can remember when the evening shows were really something to look forward to, so please, Carnival, spend a few bucks and hire truly entertaining entertainers. Also, this particular ship is in need of some serious TLC, chipped, rusted paint throughout and the upholstery in the public areas is disgusting (stained & frayed). The food is good, if repetitious, and the crew is truly wonderful but several times i heard the head chef in the lido buffet area screaming at the people working under him, very unprofessional and disturbing to see those hard working young men being bullied like that. Last but not least - embarkation - how about standing outside with no shade for a couple of hours, with plenty of room in the cool dome it didn't make any sense. Then i realized they were stalling the new passengers to get the previous guests and their luggage off, never experienced that before - really bad way to start off. The disembarkation process was a nightmare. When people miss their flights because their baggage is not delivered in a timely fashion and/or are forced to take taxis rather than pre-paid shuttle busses in order to make their flights - or as in my case, had to choose between waiting for a misplaced piece of luggage or missing our own flight - (i opted to leave the bag), only to have it sent to me at my own cost rather than Carnival taking responsibility for the cost - ( inexcusable). This cruise was our 11th, but our last with Carnival. It was a dissapointment to be sure, and definately not worth the time or money spent. Oh, just one more thing - how about actually having some bartenders behind those bars, that way, people wouldn't have to walk all over the ship just to get one of your $10.00 drinks!! THE FUNSHIPS? I don't think so. Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
Our second time sailing on the Miracle.....do NOT book cabin 8202.The air conditioning was roaring all the time. It was a lot louder at night. Maintenance tried to fix it.....we had them in the cabin at 2am one morning.The guy did try his ... Read More
Our second time sailing on the Miracle.....do NOT book cabin 8202.The air conditioning was roaring all the time. It was a lot louder at night. Maintenance tried to fix it.....we had them in the cabin at 2am one morning.The guy did try his best and said he would have to talk to his chief.They did turn down something but it was still loud. This cabin needs a good cleaning,maybe when she comes back from her refit up this will have happened. This cabin is over Horatio's Restaurant and pool area.I am sure they had bowling tourniments during the night but in reality the crew were just dragging lounge chairs around the pool and the dinning room staff were pulling carts with supplies. It is beyong me why some of the coffee machines were on CLEANING MODE at breakfast time. The food was luke warm to cold except for a made to order omelette. The doors to the balcony did not fit tight,the wind would howl and whistle at times. We would put a towel in the door to try and stop this but housekeeping kept taking it out.   Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
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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