Sail Date: July 2018
This was our very first cruise. We sailed out of Galveston on the Carnival Breeze. We sailed with our daughter and our two grandkids, aged 9 and 11. I confess I was a bit nervous about parking and getting onto the ship, but Carnival had a ... Read More
This was our very first cruise. We sailed out of Galveston on the Carnival Breeze. We sailed with our daughter and our two grandkids, aged 9 and 11. I confess I was a bit nervous about parking and getting onto the ship, but Carnival had a very easy and efficient process. The parking people also made it easy for us. We had a rather late check in time, but I am sort of glad we did. Our morning was leisurely, and we were able to get into our cabins right away. The kids were worried about Camp Ocean at first, but after the first day, they were loving it. My daughter loved that they were independent enough to go there on their own, and responsible enough to come back to the cabin on time. The food was fine, but mostly nothing special. I was surprised to learn that the food served in the dining room was identical to the food in the buffet. The buffet also had additional offerings. The pastries were NOT good – usually dry and tasteless – but everything else was acceptable ot better. The big difference was service. Our dining room wait staff was superb. Big Texas shout out to Nyoman, Udaya, and Wipa for outstanding service. They remembered our preferences and were very good with the kids. I'd like to also make a shout out to our bartender,Tazia, in the Piano Bar. She was friendly, personable, and hard working in the extreme. The Piano bar was our late evening get-away spot. The cabin ws more spacious than I expected. There were two bathrooms (only one with a commode), and that turned out to be a very nice amenity. After two ocean-based excursions, we were able to wash our swimsuits in the tub, as well as shower at the same time. This feature would really be great for families. The best shows, for us oldies, were Flicks and Motor City. Country Roads just left us thinking, “meh.” We also saw the lip sync battle because Camp Ocean (our grandkids) got to perform on stage. Entertainment was always available, but there were also quiet spaces, usually on the promenade deck or the Library Lounge. My biggest surprise was Belize. It was a tender port, meaning that you had to ride a tender boat to get to shore. Carnival had that figured out, and the process was very efficient and painless. But, oh my, Belize City was very poor. Our excursion was a “city tour” and air boat ride. The airboat ride was great, but the city tour just highlighted the poverty of the region. I expected quaint Colonial buildings and such, but that wasn't the reality. It's no wonder our tour guides thanked us so many times for coming. We did our bit for the local economy and bought chocolate and rum as gifts for friends. In Cozumel we swam with the dolphins. I confess I had mixed feelings about this, but it was a fabulous excursion. At the end of the day, those dolphins put food on a lot of Mexican tables, so I'm OK with it. The grandkids loved it, and learned a lot about sea creatures. Cozumel was much more prosperous than Belize. Shopping was great, but probably no real bargain. Once we were back on the ship, there was an announcement. Would Mr. So-and-so, and Mr. Whatsis please call guest services. The announcement was made 3 times. Finally just Mr. Whatsis was paged. Turns out that Mr. So-and-so had to be taken on board via golf cart due to inebriation, and Mr. Whatsis never did show up and was left in Cozumel. Whoops! I imagine that was a very expensive mistake. So yes, they can and will leave you if you don't get back to the ship on time. All in all, I enjoyed it. We made a lot of memories with the grandkids, which was the whole point. Carnival, I'm a fan. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2018
My wife and I went on a family cruise with our son and his family. Our ports were Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel. Two excursions 7 Mile Beach on Grand Cayman and Mr. Sanchos at Cozumel. Both were very enjoyable. Embarkation and ... Read More
My wife and I went on a family cruise with our son and his family. Our ports were Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel. Two excursions 7 Mile Beach on Grand Cayman and Mr. Sanchos at Cozumel. Both were very enjoyable. Embarkation and Disembarkation was smooth. No real problems. However, the food and service in the dining room (blush dining) was extremely disappointing. I would rate it very poor. Example was Filet Mignon night. 6 people at the table. Not one was cooked correctly. They were ordered medium rare to medium, each one was too rare. One steak was sent back 3 times and was never correct. One evening 45 minutes to get dessert. We were the only ones left in the dining room. We finally gave up the dining room and went to the buffet which was average. This was our second cruise with Carnival and it will most certainly be our last! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2018
We chose this cruise because it left out of Galveston and it fit our summer schedule. We have cruised Carnival previously and wanted to visit Carnival again. From the minute we got to the port in Galveston to the minute we got off the ship ... Read More
We chose this cruise because it left out of Galveston and it fit our summer schedule. We have cruised Carnival previously and wanted to visit Carnival again. From the minute we got to the port in Galveston to the minute we got off the ship a week later, we had the best experience. The food was really great, Swartz, the Cruise Director, was amazing as was all of the staff and crew. Our room with a balcony was clean and roomy. The ship was extremely well maintained and clean. The guests for the most part were nice and fun to be around. I travelled with my 17 year old daughter and there was a lot of activities of interest to her. We went to the Blue Lagoon in Nassau and had the dolphin, sea lion, and sting ray experience and it was perfect-fun, activity packed, staff courteous and professional. Freeport port was ok. Reminded us of a tired Cozumelmor Playa de Carmen. Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2018
Took a 7 day cruise on the Carnival Breeze out of Galveston in July 2018. Overall it was a mixed experience. Nothing that was bad was bad enough that I wouldn't sail Carnival again (I would), but nothing stood out that would make me want ... Read More
Took a 7 day cruise on the Carnival Breeze out of Galveston in July 2018. Overall it was a mixed experience. Nothing that was bad was bad enough that I wouldn't sail Carnival again (I would), but nothing stood out that would make me want to seek out a Carnival cruise. Overall I had fun, but there were some negatives that went along with the positives. THE GOOD: 1) Airport transportation from HOBBY airport. I am usually not one to book transportation through the cruise line, but this was well worth it. Check in staff at the airport was top notch, buses were clean, and upon arrival staff shepherd you through the otherwise chaotic atmosphere at the pier. 2) Cruise Director/ Entertainment Staff - I am also including in this the comedy club manager who was great. Overall they were a really hard working and fun group of people. They always were present with energy and humor. 3) Chef's Table Experience -- While pricey ($95), the food wine and experience were all memorable. I highly recommend this to any foodie on a Carnival cruise. 4) Golf shore excursion in Jamaica - Well run and a fun experience. Saw mixed reviews online, but our experience was positive. NEEDS IMPROVEMENT: 1) Sanitizing Stations -- I have been on approximately 8-9 other cruises and have never seen such little attention paid to sanitation and clean up. Top on this list were the lack of working hand sanitizing stations on the ship. Even when one was found it was about a 50% success rate that it would work. It is not a mystery that disease can spread quickly on a cruise. They need to a better job. I exclude from this the room stewards, who did a good job. The cabin was always clean. 2) Lack of trash cans -- may lead to some of the problems above. 3) Production shows in theater -- I will say that I though the actors were talented singers and performers. It just doesn't seem they were given much to work with. The shows ranged from mediocre to downright odd. THE BAD: 1) Point of Service Response to Incidents -- If you eventually get through the line at guest services they do a good job. However, considering how overwhelmed guest services is, Carnival needs to do a better job training their front line staff to deal with incidents. On this cruise I witnessed: 1) a slip and fall on the stairs; 2) a foreign object found in food; and 3) (overheard) a physical altercation. In all instances the response from the responding staff to the guests was poor. Just saying sorry is not enough, you need to deal with the issue. 2) Late Night Announcements -- I am not talking about 11-12 at night, I mean at 3-5 in the morning. On multiple nights there were late night announcements that were played in the cabins. 3) Hard sell at the spa -- Yeah, this is common on all cruise lines, but that doesn't make it less bad. Just because I spend money on a spa service does not mean I want to be sold skin cream "x" or miracle cure "y". The hard sell ruined what was supposed to be a relaxing experience. 4) The Buffet -- The food was subpar and the lines were always long. On top of that the opening times were limited. By far the worst cruise buffet I have experienced. UP TO YOU: Carnival is a party ship. If this is what you want, Carnival is probably a good place to look. If this is not your scene you may want to look elsewhere. For example each night in the dining room the staff performs. Some people loved this, others would prefer their food delivered rather than wait for a show (I would rate the dining room food as good, but the service as adequate). Similarly, many of the events are focused on a party atmosphere and theme. Again, there is nothing inherently good or bad about this (and Carnival does a good job fostering a fun atmosphere), but it is a matter of personal preference. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2018
Gathering of family spread throughout U.S. (10 adults, 7 kids). My group was me, my wife, and 3 kids (7, 4, and 21 mos). The grandparents cruised on this ship/itinerary previously. Price, cabin availability and itinerary were appealing. ... Read More
Gathering of family spread throughout U.S. (10 adults, 7 kids). My group was me, my wife, and 3 kids (7, 4, and 21 mos). The grandparents cruised on this ship/itinerary previously. Price, cabin availability and itinerary were appealing. My 4th cruise with Carnival. Embarkation: Transfers to/from HOU: no problems. Galveston Cruiseport: porters were solid; transfer bus to check-in was smooth; no baggage problems; check-in felt hectic/rushed with group of 17. Ocean suite on deck 7 and ready at 11 am; crib was ready; typical crowded buffet and first-timers adjusting. Cabin: spacious, felt smaller with double sofa bed compared to cabin next door with single sofa bed; plenty of storage including two closets and under bed for luggage; empty fridge; TV was older but fine; carpet showing wear; bathroom was a good size with double sinks and tub (jacuzzi not functioning); bed/linens comfortable enough. Ship common areas: clean, carpets showing wear. Consolidated on decks 4, 5 and 10 and 11. Ship has 18 elevators, and they were often delayed (also a LOT of people taking them only 1 or 2 decks). Theater, comedy club, piano bar, night club, casino, arcade, deck 3 atrium lounge, deck 5 mid-lounge (trivia/games area), unused library, deck 5 shops and deck 4 photo galleries, top deck mini golf and basketball court - all pretty typical. Coffee bar had regular line, but moved. Deck seating: Promenade (deck 5) chairs, walking and whirlpools completely under-utilized. Main and rear pool seating was crowded and loud. Serenity deck typically had seating and was quiet. Deck 11 seating by kids club and sports area were typically open. Dining: early seating in Blush (6:00 pm; waitstaff got into a rhythm with the kids by the 3rd night and were accommodating; piece of metal wire in nephew’s chicken one night, response from manager was underwhelming). Food was consistent - few items lackluster, few better than expected. Buffet: always a hassle, long lines (especially at breakfast), poor layout. Italian restaurant pasta at lunch is a nice escape option. Soft serve and beverages were fine. Red Frog Pub grub ($3.33/small plate) was good snack if willing to pay. Port/Excursions: Montego Bay: Cinnamon Hill Golf - pretty good price, nice course, great views, caddies helped, had extra time. Grand Cayman: had reservation at Royal Palms Beach Club with cabana - great service but got crowded and food/drink very expensive. Cozumel: had reservation at Playa Mia with transfers - great for everyone esp. kids, food and drink were cheap (all inclusive not necessary). No problems on and off ship. The surprising: Guy's Burger Bar was the consistently very good and so was Blue Iguana (liked the breakfast burritos). Steakhouse was enjoyable. Tandoor (Indian) was good and a forgotten/missed option at the buffet. Waterslides and splash area were great for the kids (except the swimming diapers restriction is harsh – 21 mo old could not go in any water except the cabin’s tub). The disappointing: kids club programming (not engaging, kids did not want to go which was a shock to us); no options for kids under 2; buffet layout (front/middle/back is a terrible layout); chocolate buffet was very lacking; pizza (never any pizza ready; long lines); elevator wait times; poor efforts for germ control - Purell dispensers frequently empty or not working and no paper towels in restrooms; arcade overpriced. Entertainment, spa, cabin steward, wait/buffet/bar/cleaning/cruise staff, drinks, and cruise programming (bingo, music, trivia) were all fine, but nothing exceptional just met typical cruising expectations. I was not expecting an ultra-luxury experience, but I was pretty disappointed and underwhelmed. If someone came up to me and asked “How was your cruise?”, I could only really respond “Meh..” Read Less
Sail Date: June 2018
My friends have cruised 3 times in the past and we decided to give Carnival a try. There were 4 of us. The ship was clean, the rooms were tidy and clean. Some of the production entertainment was not so great but there was decent ... Read More
My friends have cruised 3 times in the past and we decided to give Carnival a try. There were 4 of us. The ship was clean, the rooms were tidy and clean. Some of the production entertainment was not so great but there was decent entertainment in some of the other areas. The food was terrible in most areas we tried but a couple of nights in dining room somewhat decent. The STAFF ( stateroom and dining rooms) were AMAZING!! Actually EVERYONE WILL SMILE AT YOU AND ENGAGE IN CONVERSATION. I talked to everyone! The shops were limited and we were surprised of the small selection. However, again marvelous staff!! The excursions were INCREDIBLE!! Snorkeling several times PLUS The BOSS Underwater Scooter and the tour of Tulum. The folks managing these trips were knowledgeable, friendly and patient when the need arose. Everyone speaks excellent English and possess wonderful senses of humor! We learned so much about the barrier reef, types of sea inhabitants and the land. Our guide for Tulum was a character. Great humor and the knowledge he shared about the Mayan people and Tulum as well as the local area encouraged me to come home and research more. This was a good value and I even lost weight! Read Less
Sail Date: June 2018
Embarkation went very quickly. We arrived at the terminal around 1 for a 1:30 arrival time, dropped off family and luggage (you can use right two lanes for drop-off at Galveston terminal). Took about 20 minutes to park at the port lot ... Read More
Embarkation went very quickly. We arrived at the terminal around 1 for a 1:30 arrival time, dropped off family and luggage (you can use right two lanes for drop-off at Galveston terminal). Took about 20 minutes to park at the port lot and return. We were on the ship before 2. Room and S&S cards were ready. Headed up to 10 and found that Cuchina del Capitano was still open for pasta lunch, practically no one was there. We got 1/2 portions of pasta and was excellent. Muster drill was about 3:45 and lasted around 15 minutes. Went onto the promenade to see the departure from the harbor and to watch people feed the birds on the way out. Galveston is a busy harbor and we saw ships around us until late into the evening. We chose Your Time Dining and headed to Sapphire at 6, no waiting. Oscar was our headwaiter and was really high-energy and attentive. We asked for him every evening we at in the Sapphire and had only one evening without him (a group of 17 was just seated with him before we arrived that night). Kids went to Circle C at 8 for the icebreaker. If you have kids in Circle C or Club O2, make sure they go that first night. We had private drivers in Roatan and Cozumel, not booked through Carnival. This is well worth the money as they tailor the schedule to fit what you want to see. It was great not to be tied to the schedule of the slowest person in a group of 30 and we could adapt the schedule/stops on the fly. I think we ended up spending less money and had a better time than the organized excursions. We used Bodden Tours in Roatan and Tours Plaza in Cozumel. Ask for Ronald in Roatan and Leo in Cozumel - they won't steer you wrong! We snorkeled in West Bay on Roatan and Sky Reef in Cozumel. For novice snorkelers like us, this was perfect. West Bay was almost empty the day we went - some beach vendors but not overly pushy. I think the Breeze was the only ship in port that day. It rained hard early which may have put some people off of going to the beach. Sky Reef had less coral but more fish than West Bay. Did the zip lining at Bodden's place on Roatan, appeared very safe and we had a blast. We didn't get off the ship in Belize because the tenders and buses or water taxis would eat up too much of the time. Plus it was nice having a down day between Roatan and Cozumel on a quieter ship. We chose a later debarkation since we were not in a big hurry to depart. Picked zone 27 and were in the last group off the ship at around 10:30. Plenty of room on deck 5 to sit while we waited. It took a little over an hour to go from deck 5 to being on the road. Tip: if you park in the port lots, go east beyond the terminal entrance, make a loop, then head west on Harborside and turn right into the terminal for pick up. I did this by accident but it was one of those favorable mistakes. Hits: The staff! Front-line staff like room stewards and MDR waiters were very outgoing and contributed a lot to the experience. Our room steward (Korn) and MDR waiter (Oscar) in particular deserve a shout-out for their excellent service. They remembered all four of our names right away and never failed to call us by name when they saw us - I don't know how they do it with new people week after week. I don't know if we hit things just right or what, but we waited very little for much of anything. Only one evening we waited for Sapphire for 20 minutes, rest of the time it was 0-5 minutes. Seaday brunches were excellent. Misses: Some of the food. I had a strip steak in the MDR for the extra $20 one evening. Can't fault the preparation but the quality of the meat was only fair. Your average steak from a chain restaurant like Outback is better. Based on this I would not spend the extra money for the Fahrenheit 555 experience. The Lido buffets were not all that appetizing either, and the lasagna at Cuchina del Capitano missed with sliced beef instead of ground beef. The mousse-style desserts had more of a tofu consistency. Even so, we managed to find enough good food to eat to satisfy us. Overall we loved the ship and the experience and the misses we had with some of the food wasn't nearly enough to put us off cruising again. We're already looking forward to our next trip! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: June 2018
We wanted to sail on the Breeze before it leaves Galveston. We have sailed 3 times on the Dream and wanted to compare the two ships. We loved the Breeze. We always enjoy the Cove balcony rooms and room 2365 was very nice and very ... Read More
We wanted to sail on the Breeze before it leaves Galveston. We have sailed 3 times on the Dream and wanted to compare the two ships. We loved the Breeze. We always enjoy the Cove balcony rooms and room 2365 was very nice and very convenient. The entertainment was excellent-there was live music all over the ship. The Red Frog pub is lots of fun. The atrium is a great place to wait for dinner. Anytime dining was well organized and we usually had only a short wait for a table to two. The ship was packed full but the staff was always professional and helpful. Breakfast every day in the dining room was delicious. We also enjoyed very early room service for coffee on our balcony. The lido pools were very busy on sea days but the Serenity Deck was a pleasant retreat. The Cloud 9 Spa is beautiful and I enjoyed using my week long pass for the various special rooms and thermo pool. All the food was good-the pasta restaurant for lunch, the barbecue on sea days, and the convenient light meals in the Ocean Plaza. The dining room staff were excellent and made sure our food met our needs. The shows were very nice and the large Texas Crowd enjoyed the special attention they received. The Military Celebratiion was outstanding with over 75 Military and first responders being recognized. Very Patiotic and touching. Thank you Carnival for seven wonderful days. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2018
The back of the ship is where our room was and the smell of sewage everyday was almost unbearable. Food is highly underseasoned to our taste. The embarkation went smoothly. The disembarkation at the end went very smoothly. The ... Read More
The back of the ship is where our room was and the smell of sewage everyday was almost unbearable. Food is highly underseasoned to our taste. The embarkation went smoothly. The disembarkation at the end went very smoothly. The disembarkation on the excursions was definitely out of a hot horror movie. We did dance the night away at the 80's Glow Party on the Lido deck. Ari & Gede were the best servers that we encountered. We did have one Crew Member in the sailing uniform that was really rude, too bad I did not get his name. Our Cruise Director - Schwartz was amazingly funny and an awesome dance instructor. He and Ty were awesome and best of spirits and always with a smile on their faces. We would definitely do a cruise again, but not the excursions. Although, the excursions were exciting and took you out of your comfort zone. All in all, it was an unforgettable experience. Thank you, Carnival! Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2018
We chose this cruise for my granddaughter's 18th birthday, high school graduation, and for me the end of a hectic school year. I knew the traffic from Houston to Galveston could be insanity, so we went in a day before. We used the ... Read More
We chose this cruise for my granddaughter's 18th birthday, high school graduation, and for me the end of a hectic school year. I knew the traffic from Houston to Galveston could be insanity, so we went in a day before. We used the Galveston Express service - if you use them be prepared for lots of stops (like a city bus). We stayed at the Scottish Inn in Galveston. I had read about the hotel and that you could walk over to the Ferry and ride for free. The hotel and staff were very nice, room clean, pool comfortable, and the walk to the ferry was 5 min. We rode the ferry just a little before sunset and saw dolphins and the sun set on the ocean. A perfect start to the trip. There was no food close so we had to order from a local pizza place, it took an hour for the food but it was fine. The hotel provides shuttle service to your ship for free, 10 min ride. 5 stars for the Scottish Inn. Once at the ship our board time was 11:30 am, we easily found our area to wait and were boarded by 11:00 the process took maybe 10 min start to finish. Our room would not be ready until 1:30 so we quickly found food. I MUST NOTE not only was the staff friendly, but so were the other cruisers. I have NEVER been anywhere for a week where everyone was kind to strangers and each other. It was truly a pleasant experience. Our Cabin 11220 (Spa Cabins) was bigger than I expected and OH the BEDS !!! I like a firm bed, my granddaughter likes soft - the beds were perfect for each of us and I would have brought the bed, pillows, and bedding home with me if I could have. We did some exploring and just a few feet down the hall was a port door, we went out and found the very front of the ship on the 11th deck - there was never anyone there, other than us. What a nice place to drink our coffee and plan our day. Our room steward GREG was friendly and wonderful. Our cruise director - Schwartz - was everywhere, I swear the man is a robot - every time we heard the ding on the loud speaker we knew Schwartz was going to be there with his "GOOD MORNING CARNIVAL BREEZE FAMILY....." We ate at the FARENHEIT 555 STEAK RESTAURANT the first night aboard it was amazing - it cost extra but was so worth it. I will point out for first time cruisers THERE IS NO CASH USED ON BOARD THE SHIP. Alcohol and soft drinks are also not included - the average alcoholic umbrella drink was $8, beer $5 and soft drinks $2.50 just for your planning. Of all the food on board our favorite was Guys Burgers and the buffet. The dining rooms were ok, but they were so busy that sometimes orders were not complete and some of the food way over cooked. We liked the buffets because there was a huge turn over in the food and it did not seem over cooked. We went to a show every night in the Ovation Theater and loved them all - first class entertainment. The ship it's self is beautiful. We were worried because of the immense size - but after a few days we easily found our way around and managed to get our exercise in, averaging 10,000 steps a day. There were 4713 passengers and 1400 crew on board, however, we never felt crowded except for the first excursion day and getting off the ship. SEASICKNESS - I am prone to getting the green face witrh rocking motions - the ship was very stable and there was only one time when a small storm moved in that I felt a bit green, I took my Bonine and went to bed, next day was perfect, I did feel the motion of the ship but never enough to be uncomfortable except for that one evening. There were trivia events and all kinds of contests etc. Kimberly ran the morning trivia which we found we could not miss - her energy flowed over to us all and made for a great start to the day. Be sure to look at your Fun Times every night to plan for the next day. There is a Dive-In movie theater on the Lido deck and we watched movies everynight. So much to do - so little energy do do it. Excursions - Rose Hall Jamaica was a beautiful trip but I felt was misrepresented. We thought it was a sort of haunted mansion trip, but there are only 4 items in the great house that are original and it was a bit of a disappointment, with LOTS of walking. Be sure to try the jerked chicken in the port stands - it's amazing. We gave the tour a 3 out of 5. Our 2nd excursion was Sea Safari with kayaking and stingray city - I cannot express enough how incredible this excursion was. Zack and Chris are perfect tour guides and very caring and helpful - I have some mobility issues - they worked with me and I managed to go kayaking, and swim with the sting rays - a bucket list item checked off. We gave this excursion 5+++++++ off the charts. 3rd on the tour was the Cozumel Mayan Ball Game and show. TAKE YOUR BUG SPRAY, this is in the middle of the jungle and there are no see-um bugs. This tour was wonderful and easy. We were blessed by a witch doctor, saw warriors play an interesting game, the tour provided huge fans to cool us off, and cool wet towels. Very thoughtful - it was HOT. There was tequila tasting and a lunch show. This was a long tour, we enjoyed it very much. 5 stars. NOTE: Our excursions were booked through Carnival - I found out that if you book through Carnival and you are injured - your medical requirements are covered. Not so with private company excursions. For my peace of mind I do not mind spending a few extra dollars. Last day on board - we had to be off the ship by 8:30 am, this was a surprise and it caused a bit of a transport issue. It took no more than 15 min to clear customs and debark. We did not buy alcohol or have anything to declare. Our shuttle was not due to arrive until 11:30 and it was way hot - the shuttle could not come early so we checked out a Carnival Bus - they had room and took us directly to the airport for a small fee - so worth it. NEXT TIME WE USE CARNIVAL TRANSPORT. Our cruise was far and above what we expected. For an 18 year old and a 63 year old it was the perfect choice. If you are bored on the Carnival Breeze then you are not looking out of your cabin. There is something to do for everyone. THANK YOU CARNIVAL FOR A GREAT EXPERIENCE. Read Less
Carnival Breeze Ratings
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Cabins 4.0 4.4
Dining 4.0 3.7
Entertainment 4.0 3.5
Public Rooms 4.0 4.3
Fitness Recreation 4.0 4.1
Family 5.0 4.1
Shore Excursion 4.0 3.9
Enrichment 2.0 3.6
Service 5.0 4.2
Value For Money 5.0 4.0
Rates 4.0 4.0

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