Wanted to cruise a warm climate and visit Caribbean islands we had never seen. Ate most of our meals in the buffet, as the dining room took nearly 2 hours the night we tried it. Food was very limited as far as choices. One seafood, one chicken, one pork, and usually a roast beef carving. Two or three vegetables. Maybe a soup. 3-4 desserts. Not what we hav experienced on other lines (Princess and HA). No sports channels on the cabin T.V. Only news channel was the ultra-liberal CNN. No port briefings or literature. All shows were to recorded music, though they were good. A 10-lecture series of digital experiences was excellent. A tribute to veterans was exceptional. Excursions were geared toward beach activities as opposed to history, culture, and people, and were overpriced. Often had to clear tables in the Lido to sit down. No drink service in the Lido breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Some towel animals we had not seen before! Unlikely to sail Carnival again.
Adequate sized cabin. NO refrigerator. Large shower. Adequate closet space
3-hour comprehensive walking tour of Bridgetown. Excellent!
Tour around the island with a group of eight with photo, shopping, and beach stops. Very informative driver.