We just got back from Hawaii on Sept 30th and this cruise was anything but a Miracle. It started out with 4 sea days which wasn't so bad but it was not only a family vacation but also for my 10 year anniversary. There were about 28 of us in total. I had a stateroom on 1 and found out the first week that the cruise that had just disembarked the ship from Alaska had a lot of covid cases and that most of the people had been down on 1. My sister in law had an inch of mold growing on her bathroom fan and when she called someone to ask for disinfecting wipes got told they don't do that but they would send someone down. The ship was not PROPERLY sanitized after the Alaskan cruise. Two of our cruisers ended up testing positive on the ship and proper protocols were not followed for those rooms. I've been on 3 cruises and this was by far the worst. One of our cruisers who tested positive was told that not only did she have to pay for everything out of pocket but that the price to see the doctor was more because it was after hours. I guess there needs to be a memo when its a good time to get sick. My sister in law who tested positive lost 4 days of the cruise for a false positive. IF I ever chose to do a cruise it would not be with carnival. We also spent more money then we should have in cab fare on the hawaiin islands because we had to switch sides of the island to port on because of a mudslide and Carnival couldn't even arrange for a shuttle service. I am very disappointed in this experience and would not recommend Carnival to anyone.
My cabin steward was amazing and kept our stay ok. She was amazing always asking if there was something she could do for us. I unfortunately don't remember her name but she was AWESOME.