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Carnival Vista Review

First Time Cruiser with Disabilities

Review for the Western Caribbean Cruise on Carnival Vista
Gail Clark
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Feb 2023

I have disabilities that made me think I could not cruise. Carnival proved me wrong. My ADA approved cabin was spacious, the bed was comfortable, and the closet space was accessable. the bathroom was large enough for my power chair to turn around in. The crew was helpful with every aspect of my needs. Every crew member assisted me with anything I needed and always had a smile and a friendly greeting. I got lost my first night and couldn't find my dining room. The hostess in the Horizons dining room found me a space and my waiter, Jonathan, took care of my dining needs.I had a wonderful holiday. Once they knew of my special needs, they solved every request, need and want. If I had any criticism, l it would be having more time at the ports of call, however, that is not in the control of the cruise line to control time. I am ready to go with Carnival on another awesome vacation!!

Cabin Review

I had a ADA approved cabin. it was very spacious. The bed was comfortable, the bathroom facilitated my power chair. the balcony was accessable. The crew were AWESOME!! From giving help when I had a problem to the towel animals on my bed every day, they were considerate and always ready to help with a smile. They made my holiday wonderful. THANK YOU, DANANG.

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