7 Carnival Imagination Cruise Reviews for Spring Break Cruises to Caribbean - Western from Miami

Sometimes I chuckle when I read a Fantasy class ship review from someone who has cruised on the Conquest, or another larger class ship. More often than not they are disappointed about the lack of a specialty restaurant, or an ice rink, ... Read More
Sometimes I chuckle when I read a Fantasy class ship review from someone who has cruised on the Conquest, or another larger class ship. More often than not they are disappointed about the lack of a specialty restaurant, or an ice rink, etc. Fantasy class ships have a draw to them, they are the workhorses of the Carnival fleet and you will find some of the most dedicated people working aboard. For that reason and many others we flew to Miami to sail aboard the Imagination. Some logistics, my wife and I are platinum with Carnival, having been aboard the Mardi Gras, Celebration, Legend, Ecstasy, Elation, Conquest, Triumph and Magic. We are both mid 50's and not big party people. So why did we go on a spring break cruise from Miami? Price! This was a cruise built around a teacher's spring break and the need to attend a wedding at the end of the week, so Carnival and the chance to see anything other than Progreso again lured us to Florida. We elected to let Carnival plan our air travel, and I'd never do that again. We were on United from Houston To Ft Lauderdale and American for the return flight. Different terminals for parking and a tram ride once we returned were the end result. Mix in American Airlines in Dallas is the biggest collection of jerks in air travel and they tried to ruin the last day of a vacation. They failed. Embarkation was a breeze; we arrived at the terminal and were headed aboard in about ten minutes. The ship was as expected, clean, nicely retrofitted from the updates and staffed with a friendly crew. Our cabin attendant was in and out quickly and made sure we had ice and extra towels. I had ordered flowers for my wife and bottled water, and those, along with our cruise pins were in the cabin. Lunch was standard fare, and the weather was gorgeous in Miami. We really like the fantail decks that are aft of the casual dining so we opted to sit outside. Here's where we saw the first signs of Carnival cutting back on staff. These tables were all dirty, not from people just finishing their meal, as they stayed that way for a while. I cleaned one off for my wife and I and for the duration of our lunch no one else came to sit or clean. The menus were the same from our most recent Triumph cruise, and with 800 (my estimate) spring break school age kids we expected to see main dining empty. A pleasant surprise when we met two other couples close to our age. We loved their company, and even did our excursions with them. Wait service was prompt, and the food was predictable. We knew what to expect, and for those that haven't cruised in a while it might have been a surprise in the limited food selections versus from the past, but we found something we liked every night. In Key West we did the bike ride, and I cannot recommend this enough. It's a leisurely paced tour around the island with stops at several of the landmarks. The host was well educated, giving a history of the island, the Flagler family and some of the idiosyncrasies of life in the Conch Republic. This is a short day in port, so get a tour quickly or find yourself wandering Duval Street. This was our first time to dock on the military base, having been to Mallory Square when we were aboard the Rhapsody of the Seas. No big deal, just a required tram ride to leave the pier. No worries on arrival, but a madhouse for return to ship. For the life of me I cannot see why anyone would stand in the sun with their family and wait in line. I did the same thing as when in Grand Cayman and found a shady spot across the street and waited for the line to be less than fifty people. We found ourselves riding with a group of Florida State kids that had thoroughly enjoyed the island. We waited for a couple of stragglers, but I didn't hear anyone being paged and we sailed for Cozumel around 2:00pm. The seas were the roughest for most of the next twenty-four hours, especially as we approached shallow waters. Wind speeds on this evening and the sea day were in excess of 25mph. In fact, on the day at sea Carnival used the ever so attractive Crime Scene Tape to block off the stairs to the upper decks, but more on that later. Cruise Elegant Night was quite a study in who was aboard. For those of us with fixed dining times the crowd was about the same for most evenings, or about full. For the My Time Dining venues the lines were long, long, long. There is good reason we have never tried it, and if that's your favor, then great. I just would rather walk in the dining room and be seated with a Coke at my plate. The Bottomless Bubbles option has taken on a new life, or it did for this cruise. We were asked for our cards more than once and our photos were verified. This happened in three different bar areas. We never waited long at bars for a soda, but as the cards reflected platinum status that might have been a factor. I didn't use any of the other benefits, just an observation. Cozumel. My wife and I have enjoyed almost twenty trips here aboard a ship or direct flight from Houston, and this time was not a disappointment. We booked the Jeep and Tequila Traditions Tour (I think that was the name) and in retrospect, alcohol, Jeeps and crazy drivers in Mexico... what could go wrong? The "other side" of the island is just beautiful, and I had wished we went to the beach first and skipped the tasting stops. We shared a Jeep with a couple from Raleigh, NC who were really nice. He is a disabled veteran, and shared how he was shot in Desert Storm. Powerful testimony, and I was glad to be his designated driver. With a late departure time from port we enjoyed the shops in the immediate area, and kept tradition with a new watch while my wife found some earrings that needed a new home. I had done my research and captured screen shots from two online companies and Amazon, and Diamonds International matched the Amazon price. The wind picked up as we left Cozumel, and the reported 6-8 foot seas were evident. We made it aboard with a slice of pizza in mind after a run, but the wind up on deck, coupled with the rocking made that a little tough. Hello pizza instead of exercise. The sea day bordered on gale force winds, so Carnival brought out the nifty yellow tape and closed the top deck. Chair hogs never had a chance, as all the loungers were full before 11am. In the shade it was most comfortable with a sweatshirt and shorts, but I anticipated this, having cruised on many prior spring break vacations. Entertainment onboard went from predictable to good. The Welcome Aboard Show I know from memory, so "looking good" and "uptight, outta sight" was a sing-a-long. The final night's show was Shout. I wanted to sit with our new friends in one of the circular loungers the Fantasy Class ships are famous for, so I staked it out for the last ten minutes of the early performance. Some say a bad cruise director can ruin a trip, but I disagree. The good news is Marcello from the Conquest has been promoted to cruise director and he's absolutely one of the funniest people at sea. All of us loved his spontaneity and ability to work a room. Wished I could say the same for the comedians aboard... I'm not a prude, but enough F-bombs were dropped in the first five minutes to meet a Sirius Raw Dog Channel quota for the balance of 2013. I find that bad language is a lousy entertainers idea of covering for bad talent, and this guy must have been on sale. Trying to tell jokes in a Polish dialect didn't help his material get better from his native tongue. Other items of note: the casino was smoky from about noon and never got better. I tried roulette and cards and took the carcinogen express out the door. The little coffee bar off the side of the casino was excellent. My wife and I rewarded our zero weight gain cruise with a great slice of carrot cake the last night, and it was super. Perfect vacation? No. But a nice trip, nice ship, nice people and a real need to increase the manpower for cleaning and it are a bargain. If you are looking for the Emperor, Allure, Gargantuan of the Sea or whatever go see the anchor folks. If you have a comfort level with Carnival (we do with both, living close to Galveston) and want to sail without breaking the bank then look into a Fantasy class ship and compare prices. With the Triumph out of the picture and me getting over my "it's Carnivals fault" attitude it we booked this inside of a month before the trip. A rock wall was not worth $1000 for me. Pics Link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/leeusry...57633027276278 Read Less
Sail Date March 2013
We were very concerned after reading some of the reviews on Carnival Imagination on this board. While the ship may be somewhat older, the amenities on the ship are very good. We stayed in a hotel near FLL the night before and took a ... Read More
We were very concerned after reading some of the reviews on Carnival Imagination on this board. While the ship may be somewhat older, the amenities on the ship are very good. We stayed in a hotel near FLL the night before and took a ride to the port of Miami. We also flew back on an 11:45am flight from FLL, so we disembarked with the "early disembarkers" at 0830am and that worked out well. My daughter has many food allergies: she is severely allergic to eggs, wheat, milk and gluten. So a varied, nutritious and tasteful diet for her can be a challenge. We were very happy with the food overall on our cruise. Because of my daughter, we almost always ate in the dining rooms (not on the Lido deck), either in Sprit or in Pride. On all occasions, the service was superb. It takes longer to eat in dining rooms, but we enjoyed the leisurely meals. Volha Yafimik, Junior Hostess (act BV Hostess) was gracious and always very helpful. Every evening, she would ask my daughter what she would like for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and voila! the chefs made sure that the special meals were tasty, nutritious and allergen free. Volha and the dining staff provided exceptional service. We could not have asked for anything better. The other, non-allergic ones in our party, chose the meals from the ones offered, and enjoyed almost all of the entrees, and all of the desserts. We also really liked the Sushi on 2 of the 3 evenings. The comedy shows were also very enjoyable, specially the one for married couples (PG-16+). The staff was very attentive. They did all they could to make our stay comfortable. The room service was great, and so were the break dancers. We did not enjoy the dance shows as much, as the music was somewhat dated; and needs more songs from the 80s and 90s. The dance shows seemed for geared for 70+ audience, even though the demographic was quite different. I disagree with the reviewer who mentioned the "staff doesn't speak English or is hard to understand". Though most of the crew is international - from South east asia (Indonesia, Philipines, Eastern europe etc.), they understand and speak English quite well. They have a tough life on the ship, but they serve with dignity and pride. We stayed away from noisy parties on the Lido deck, preferring instead to enjoy the sun from the aft deck (next to the water slides). Read Less
Sail Date March 2012
It had been awhile since we cruised under 7nts. We chose this cruise in order to spend time with oldest daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren. We took an outside cabin for myself, wife, and youngest daughter (13). Others took an inside ... Read More
It had been awhile since we cruised under 7nts. We chose this cruise in order to spend time with oldest daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren. We took an outside cabin for myself, wife, and youngest daughter (13). Others took an inside cabin that accomodated the five of them...grandchildren are 7,8, and 3. Cabins were fine, pretty much what we expected maybe slightly smaller. I do not care for the Port of Miami. I think the parking is the highest at $20 per day, and the people are not as friendly as my favorit Port, which is Port Canaveral. We arrived and parked without incident. Since this was our 13th Carnival Cruise we are what they consider VIP and have priority boarding. Within 30 minutes or our arrival we were all on board at around 11:00am. Nice. Muster station drill was fine. They don't make you take life preservers with you anymore, which is nice. Our station was outside on the Lido deck by the stage. What I noticed was how maintained the ship was. It did not show its age at all. They did a wonderful job transforming the pool area and adding the Waterworks to the top area of the ship. Kids had a blast at waterworks and in the pool. Lido buffet restaurants all seemed to move very efficiently, which surprised me. I think they need to move the icecream machines out from inside and put them in the outer area though. Lots of crowd around the icecream machines inside. Maybe add another machine outside. Dinner in the Spirit dining room was nice. We had a great table for the 8 of us. Our Head Waiter Ramon was wonderful (thank you for that 2nd lobster). Lucie the Bar Waitress was very accomodating. We enjoyed the Cruise Director Skip Lyons. If I had to find one area of opportunity it would be the main shows. They were definitely lacking in talent and quality. Key West. Arrived on a beautiful sunny day. Went Parasailing with Fury, which we booked directly with Fury in advance and saved $50 per person. It was a great experience and highly recommend Fury in Key West for any watersport activity. Brad and Ryan were wonderful. Cozumel (Puerta Maya). We have been to Cozumel many times and love it. We have done a lot of different excursions in the past but this time decided just to do some shopping and then take advantage of the empty ship and let the kids play in waterworks. I was very disappointed with the shops in Puerta Maya this time. Their prices on simply souvenirs seemed high. When we tried to bargain they told us no the price was the price. This was the same with each shop we went into. So...we walked out of the plaza crossed the street and purchased the exact same items for half the price. I like the bargaining back and forth. Overall good day in Cozumel except for the shops in Puerta Maya. On this cruise we used Camp Carnival for the grandchildren and Circle C for our 13 year old daughter. They pick and choose the activities they are interested in. All had a great experience and my daughter has been texting all of her "cruise friends" she made ever since leaving the ship. So, overall this was a great trip. The ship is in wonderful condition, the onboard staff was terrific, the food was good. Everyone had a great time. We are already looking at itineraries for next year for 7 nt Carnival Cruise...4nts is just not enough. Read Less
Sail Date March 2012
Embarkation: First, I have done the VIP check-in maybe one additional time, but I must say, it is truly the way to go. VIP check-in is for anyone with a Junior Suite (JS), Ocean Suite (OS), Verandah Suite (VS) or Grand Suite (GS) ... Read More
Embarkation: First, I have done the VIP check-in maybe one additional time, but I must say, it is truly the way to go. VIP check-in is for anyone with a Junior Suite (JS), Ocean Suite (OS), Verandah Suite (VS) or Grand Suite (GS) accommodations. On this vessel they only had the Junior or Grand Suite categories, so, I opted for the Grand Suite, which allowed me VIP embarkation. If you can handle the additional money, simply the best way to go! From the cab and on the ship in a matter of 15 minutes max! The Ship: Upon entering the ship, I thought I had stepped back 15-20 years. I thought the loud clad decorating, neon lighting, unimpressive "Grand Spectrum" atrium was a disaster and I thought this was one of the ships that had been refurbished? It had, but just not in the public areas. As I start to make my way through the ship, I must say, it was truly disappointing. After having been on the Conquest and Spirit class ships, which are larger and understandably newer and would have more amenities, I thought this ship had seen it's better days and if this is the way Carnival would want to introduce people to cruising, they had better continue to offer the lowest prices and over intoxicated rowdy crowds or they'd be washed up! I made my way to the pool bar, I was expecting this huge beautiful pool area with faux palm trees and tiki huts, well, they were there, but looked nothing like the on-line pictures. The Adults only area was nothing impressive or nothing to look forward to. If you weren't out there at 8:00 AM with a towel to "RESERVE" your chair, you'd be sitting around the only pool over run with kids (weren't that many on this sailing) and crowded. They need a dedicated bar in the "Serenity" area so, you can relax around a bar and sit out back if there aren't chairs available. Another issue, was the unnecessary annoying games constantly by loud people on the microphone at the pool with hardly any music being played and since this was the only pool, you almost had to deal with it because you had no other options. Dining/Service: The food on this sailing was just OK. I thought the wait staff did a good job, but the customer service on this ship left a lot to be desired. I asked one of the staff about prior guest events and she said "sir, you are on the lowest class of ship..." when she said that, it totally summed up my experience. The Suite: HUGE! Walk-in closet, huge over sized desk with granite top, huge bar with ample stemware, large balcony, this was the highlight of my ship time! I spent more time in my suite than I have on ANY other Carnival cruise I had been on before. The beds were comfortable, jacuzzi tub, large living room all with chairs and sofa. VERY VERY NICE!! PORTS: Key West and Cozumel. I had a great time in Key West, they have done a lot of new things to the island since I was last there and I would totally look forward to going back. Cozumel, was as always, very nice and I went to Mr. Santos Beach as the other beaches were totally too touristy and over crowded. But I always look forward to going there. Debarkation: A breeze. As stated above, category 11 and 12 allow you priority debarkation as well. Off the ship and to a cab in a matter of 15 mins! Final Thoughts: While I will more than likely book Carnival again, this sailing has really left me with a bad impression and if this had of been my first Carnival cruise, I'd probably not be booking again. I want to re-iterate, this is by no means meant to deter you from your trip or leave you with a negative impression for your upcoming sailing, just telling you as a Carnival loyalist what my experience was and while every one's impressions will be different, this is what I experienced. Read Less
Sail Date April 2010
I cruised on the Carnival Imagination in early March on a 4 day itinerary to Key West, Cozumel and a day at sea. Boarding the ship was easy, do your "Fun Pass" stuff before arriving and it goes very quickly. We were on the ship ... Read More
I cruised on the Carnival Imagination in early March on a 4 day itinerary to Key West, Cozumel and a day at sea. Boarding the ship was easy, do your "Fun Pass" stuff before arriving and it goes very quickly. We were on the ship by noon and eating lunch on the Lido deck. Food was delicious and plentiful. Our group of 5 young adults then started to explore the ship before our room was ready. Ship was spotless and clean. We finally went to our room at 1:30 p.m. to discover that we had a large king size bed taking up most of the room, 2 fold out "bunks" and a roll out that came out from under the king size bed. Could have been more space consciously organized, but was a good size. We dropped our stuff off, then went to the muster drill where we learned absolutely no useful information. Many people wandered in late which held up the process, what could have been informative was really just a waste of everyone's time. Went back to the room and took a short nap since we'd flown in early that morning and wanted to be rested up for dinner. Dinner was fantastic! I had the lasagna as a starter and highly recommend it. Melting cake was delicious although it could have been cooked a little more. No complaints there, we had a wonderful time in the dining room. The maitre'd was a bit flamboyant and cheesy, but we enjoyed the servers' "dance" at the end of the evening and they must have been doing a fantastic job acting like they were having a good time dancing because they appeared to be genuinely enjoying themselves. Beds were insanely comfortable and we slept soundly. The next morning we got to Key West early. We debarked and took a trolley into town. I'd been to Key West before and knew it was one huge tourist trap, so no surprises there. We wandered around for a bit and bought some souvenirs and fudge, then boarded a trolley at the same spot where we'd been dropped off only to realize about 2 hours later that we'd boarded some tour of Key West! We were driven around the entire island with a narrated tour for free! Ooops! Good thing we had a lot of extra time! When we got back, we walked around the corner to where the cruise shuttles were actually parked and marveled that MANY people probably do this! Why pick up someone a block away from where you dropped them off??? Anyways, made it back to the ship for a late lunch in the dining room. Then, a few of us decided to hit up the deck for some sunshine. There was a definite shortage of lounge chairs and we walked around in circles for awhile to find them before deciding to just sit on the ground. I plopped down next to a lounge chair with a pair of sandals on it to "save" it and after lying next to the empty chair on the ground for 20 minutes, I simply removed the sandals and took the chair for myself, much to the chagrin of the girl who wouldn't stop telling me that her "friend" would be back and would want the chair back, never saw him. You are not allowed to save lounge chairs, so if you see this happening, simply do what I did. Stayed out for about an hour, then went back inside, took a nap, and got ready for dinner. Another wonderful time in the dining room for formal night, this time the servers sang to us, they didn't appear as happy. Went out in the dance club afterwards and had a good time. Caught a glimpse of one of the shows, but from what I saw it looked ridiculously bad and we left within a few minutes, bad lip synching and dancing. The next morning we woke up to some rough seas, the whole ship was rocking quite a bit. I immediately went up on deck as I get very motion sick (I was also on bomine the entire time we were on our cruise). I ate some breakfast and stayed on deck, it seemed to help being in the fresh air. We arrived in Cozumel right on time and had planned on visiting the Mayan ruins at Tulum (reviewed elsewhere). Cozumel was very warm and had many other cruise ships in port. The ship left the dock right on time at 10pm by which time we had arrived back and gotten seated late in the dining room. The last day was a "fun day" at sea. We were up early and claimed some lounge chairs at the back deck of the ship by the water slides, it was perfect! Spent the morning reading, lounging and snacking. The pool area itself is definitely not for relaxation, it is loud with constant "contests" and such, not enjoyable to us. We then decided to hit up the water slides and had a blast on them! The "racing" slides were the best, we went down those three times. The taller one was a bit scary as it appears to go out over the edge of the boat. This one could have been fun, except it really hurt all of our backs in the tubes. The joints needed to be smoothed down, how this could have been overlooked I don't know. We also hit up the main pool, which is salt water, and the hot tubs before retiring to our rooms for a shower and a nap before dinner. Spent the evening at the Xanadu Lounge doing Karaoke, a great time! Closing thoughts: LOVED the trip and the Imagination, it was the perfect size. Small enough to get everywhere yet large enough to feel like there was a lot to do, I can't imagine being on a larger boat and having to walk all over to get places, this size was perfect. We had the early seating at 6:00 pm, thought it was a good time. It seemed a lot of people skipped the dining room, I can't imagine eating the buffet food of fries and stuff instead of the yummy food down in the dining area, but to each their own. We all loved the food and ate in the dining room every chance we got, even breakfast some days. There was an "outhouse" odor towards the back of the ship in the cabin area by the second day, I'm sure it was from the sewage that was accumulating on the ship, it wasn't terrible and only seemed to affect the hallways, not the cabins. I'm sure there were complaints, but it wasn't really that bad and the smell was understandable, where else can you put all that sewage? To those who complain about this ship, you'd have to try really hard to have a bad time or be a gourmet chef to find fault with the food. Even the buffet food was good, albeit greasy fare. The pizza was just so-so, nothing special, but always fresh and hot. The ice cream/frozen yogurt machines were delicious, as were most of the desserts. Yum! Not a whole lot of children on the ship that we saw, mostly younger adults with a few older ones thrown in. Many overweight people, young and old, eating to their heart's content (or a heart attack), but again, this is America. Even though the ship was full, it didn't really feel that crowded. This itinerary was great. Debarking was a bit of a dull point, we should have taken a nap in our room instead of waiting in line. All in all, an excellent trip! Read Less
Sail Date March 2010
We have sailed several other cruise lines and always thought Carnival was at the bottom of the totem pole. We never thought we would try Carnival, but are very glad we did. We cruised out of Miami to Key West, and Cozumel. Embarkation: ... Read More
We have sailed several other cruise lines and always thought Carnival was at the bottom of the totem pole. We never thought we would try Carnival, but are very glad we did. We cruised out of Miami to Key West, and Cozumel. Embarkation: This went very smoothly and we loved the speed with the self service kiosks. We had no waiting. outside at all, as we have on other ships Food: The buffet is set up niceley, as the salads, breads, and desserts are at a seperate area. This really helps to keep long lines down! The made to order sandwiches were very good, as was the buffet. We enjoyed the meals in the dining room and the fact that there was a nice variety to choose from. We were on a Princess cruise in Nov. and they offered mainly just fish entries, which we did not care for. The waiters were very friendly and wee loved their dancing at the end of the meal. Ship: The ship was clean and seemed spacious enough for a full load of guests! We did have trouble finding chairs for the sail day, but simply laid out our nice big beach towels and were just fine. We felt very little movement, and the bed was more comfortable than our new mattress at home.The cabin had plenty of storage space and we stored our suitcases under the bed. Our room steward Ross, addressed us by name and was always cheerful. He did a great job and left us cute towel animals every night. We were in a forward inside cabin on the main deck and could hear the couple next door to us quite often,but they seemed to have had way to much to drink. We might not have heard them so much, if they hadn't have been drunk most of the time. Entertainment: The dancers/singers were great! The female singer was fantastic and makes you wonder why she isn't on Broadway! I owned dance studio for over 20 years, and thought the dancers worked very hard, had an abundance of beautiful costumes and full of energy! They were the best they could possibly be! Bravo! As I said, we took a Princess cruise in Nov. and were disappointed with the whole crew, food and the entertainment was terrible. We never thought we would try Carnival, but had a great experience and have absolutely nothing to complain about! Read Less
Sail Date March 2010
We just returned from a Spring Break cruise on the Carnival Imagination. Here are a few things I wish I would have known before our sailing.... First, the Pros: The staff on the Imagination is happy and helpful. Almost everyone we ... Read More
We just returned from a Spring Break cruise on the Carnival Imagination. Here are a few things I wish I would have known before our sailing.... First, the Pros: The staff on the Imagination is happy and helpful. Almost everyone we encountered outside of the dining room was friendly and seemed genuinely happy to be working on the ship. The slides on the boat are a big attraction if you've got younger kids. However, they do close at 5pm every night. The pools are salt water, the water slides and hot tubs are chlorinated. We enjoyed the gym, the jogging track and the mini golf course on deck 12. The outside decks are pretty empty at night and it was easy to find a quiet romantic spot for star gazing. The melting chocolate cake was also a highlight. The staff at the shore excursion desk was great and went out of their way to get our questions answered. If you book in March like we did, just know that the water in Key West is about 73 degrees. The staterooms have ample space and are kept very clean. The hallways are surprisingly quiet at night and the bed was very comfortable. Embarkation and Disembarkation are a breeze, especially if you don't need assistance with your bags. Now the cons... We did not have a good experience in the dining room. The staff seemed very disorganized and the service was extremely slow. The food was mediocre with the exception of the cake mentioned above. Our 8 year old went to several Camp Carnival activities and her reviews were mixed. Our 13 year old went to Circle C once for a hip hop class and chose not to go back for any of the other activities. The ship's crew works very hard to keep this boat clean and well maintained, but it is obviously an older vessel. Bottom line...our overall experience was good. This is a nice, short cruise for families and first time cruisers. Read Less
Sail Date March 2009
Carnival Imagination Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 3.5 4.1
Dining 4.0 3.7
Entertainment 4.0 3.6
Public Rooms 4.0 3.9
Fitness Recreation 4.0 3.8
Family 4.5 3.8
Shore Excursion 3.0 3.7
Enrichment 3.0 3.3
Service 4.0 4.2
Value For Money 5.0 4.0
Rates 3.0 4.3

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