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We chose this cruise because it was a Journey cruise which gave us 14 days away from the cold weather. Embarkation was pretty quick with only about a 15 minute wait after getting our ship card. We loved the ship's crew as they were all very courteous and professional. Several went out of their way to make sure our cruise was great. Loved the Cruise Director, Saffie, and she is a new favorite of ours. We had your-time dining. The meals were excellent but our favorite dining was Guy's Burgers. I think we ate there about 3 times over the 14 days. There were several incredible music groups on board, most notably Arjana and Evan, Beasts of the East and Flowuptous. We ended up listening to these three groups almost every evening of the cruise. We visited 7 ports and the most notable thing was the damage from the hurricanes. Each of the islands, except Granada, still had noticeable damage. In talking to the locals people we were amazed at their resilience and determination to move forward. Our last port of call was Grand Turk where we spent an enjoyable at Jack's Shack...as always. Disembarkation at Baltimore was easily the most painless we've ever encountered. Everything went very smoothly and the entire process through Immigration and Customs took less than 15 minutes. All-in-all it was a great cruise. The Pride is a Spirit-class ship which is our favorite of the Carnival fleet and we look forward to cruising her again.

Great Cruise!

Carnival Pride Cruise Review by MNM1011

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We chose this cruise because it was a Journey cruise which gave us 14 days away from the cold weather. Embarkation was pretty quick with only about a 15 minute wait after getting our ship card.

We loved the ship's crew as they were all very courteous and professional. Several went out of their way to make sure our cruise was great. Loved the Cruise Director, Saffie, and she is a new favorite of ours.

We had your-time dining. The meals were excellent but our favorite dining was Guy's Burgers. I think we ate there about 3 times over the 14 days.

There were several incredible music groups on board, most notably Arjana and Evan, Beasts of the East and Flowuptous. We ended up listening to these three groups almost every evening of the cruise.

We visited 7 ports and the most notable thing was the damage from the hurricanes. Each of the islands, except Granada, still had noticeable damage. In talking to the locals people we were amazed at their resilience and determination to move forward. Our last port of call was Grand Turk where we spent an enjoyable at Jack's Shack...as always.

Disembarkation at Baltimore was easily the most painless we've ever encountered. Everything went very smoothly and the entire process through Immigration and Customs took less than 15 minutes.

All-in-all it was a great cruise. The Pride is a Spirit-class ship which is our favorite of the Carnival fleet and we look forward to cruising her again.
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Cabin 4C 7274
This is pretty much Carnival's standard inside cabin. It's just the right size for us this cabin was very well maintained.
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