Carnival Miracle Review

Chemical poisoning

Review for the Mexican Riviera Cruise on Carnival Miracle
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6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Mar 2023

We have went on many cruises and have always enjoyed our time. The Miracle is a smaller ship, you can feel the waves if you’re on the back or front of the ship. Food in the dining room was nice but not excellent, they have made it where you have to pay for room service and menu is not that great. Staff was great!

The last two days were not good for us, we decided to eat breakfast out by the adults only deck, there were about 25 of us out there including staff. Some staff were cleaning the pool and about 5 minutes of eating I saw a white cloud coming toward me and all of a sudden I could not breathe, my eyes burned, my throat burned and my lungs burned. We had to run to the side of the ship to get air. We went to medical and spent almost the whole day there, I received three breathing treatments and X-rays, after being released I went back to medical two more times cause of not being able to breathe. Since being home I have had Dr appointments and beginning to accumulate Dr bills. I really hope I don’t have trouble breathing for the rest of my life. I only have 60% breathing capacity now, before I went on the cruise I was healthy.

I hope to hear from carnival soon and I hope they make this right.

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We liked our cabin, staff was great

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