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Carnival Dream Cruise Reviews for Cruises for the Disabled Cruises to the Caribbean from Port Canaveral (Orlando)

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Best trip so far!!

Review for Carnival Dream to Caribbean - Eastern

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godskid88

6-10 Cruises

Age 60s

My family was giving a cruise as a graduation gift. It was her first cruise and it was so great! The ship was so impressive; especially the laser light show and the line dance that when from top to bottom of the ship at the party, and the Serenity deck made for the perfect relaxing place to hide. The ports were so beautiful and the weather couldn't have been any better.The staff went above board ...
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Sail Date: June 2014


Good but not great

Review for Carnival Dream to Caribbean - Southern

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LSGDRG

First Time Cruiser

Age 60s

My husband & I have cruised previously but have not been on Carnival since a Med cruise on the Magic- 10/13. I was a little apprehensive prior to the cruise. There has been a lot posted on Cruise Critic regarding recent changes on Carnival ships. EMBARKATION: We purchased Faster to the Fun & for us, it was a good value. Embarkation was slightly delayed on this cruise. I was told that it was due ...
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Sail Date: April 2014


Is The Dream a Dream?

Review for Carnival Dream to Caribbean - Western

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chatdad

10+ Cruises

This was a repositioning cruise for the Dream as it moved from its former home port of Port Canaveral to New Orleans. The itinerary was: Embark Pt Canaveral, 2 sea days, Aruba, one Sea Day, Ocho Rios, Grand Cayman, Cozumel, a Sea Day and Disembark in New Orleans. Our first time on the Dream which came highly recommended by friends. So did we live the Dream or did the Dream turn into a nightmare? ...
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Sail Date: April 2014


Carnival Dream April 2014 move to New Orleans

Review for Carnival Dream to Caribbean - Eastern

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wsh2624

First Time Cruiser

Age 60s

The cruise was great enjoyed it but there were a few problems. 1. Port Canaveral departing : It took forever the employees were doing everything they could but I dont think Carnival was set up at the dock for that many people..I can not walk or stand for long periods and had to get a wheel chair.. We arrived at the correct time and still had to wait over an hour and a half. 2. Loved the Cove ...
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Sail Date: April 2014


Carnival Dream - Repositioning Cruise

Review for Carnival Dream to Caribbean - Western

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Wolfshair

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

We were on the Dream for 9 nights starting 4/5/14. We boarded the ship at Port Canaveral and then ended at New Orleans. My only complaint would actually have to do with the boarding but overall it went smoothly after they finally let us in. We went to Aruba, Jamaica, Caymans, & Cozumel. This was my 12th cruise on Carnival and I tell you that we had a really good time. We were joined by my daughter ...
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Sail Date: April 2014


9 Day Dream Re-positioning to New Orleans

Review for Carnival Dream to Caribbean - Southern

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asumatty

6-10 Cruises

Age 30s

We had a WONDERFUL cruise on the Dream! Embarkation was fairly typical, got to the port around 11:30am, was on board eating lunch at 12:45pm. The staff on board were all amazing! Maybe it was because we were on for 9 days, but we felt we got more personal service from all of the bartenders, wait staff, and cabin stewards. We stayed in room 2376, Cove Balcony. It was a great room. About 30 feet ...
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Sail Date: April 2014


Carnival Nightmare

Review for Carnival Dream to Caribbean - Western

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VetteLT193

10+ Cruises

Age 40s

If you read about the Dream on cruise critic you'll know the dream is a blown up Carnival ship. This is true... the issue is the number of cabins and passengers blew up but the guest areas did not. There are a TON more people on the ship but only two pools. So many guests are in the pools the water is murky to the point where you can't see the bottoms. They were quick to close the pools each ...
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Sail Date: March 2014

Traveled with children


Return To Carnival Was A Dream!

Review for Carnival Dream to Caribbean - Western

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orr333

2-5 Cruises

Age 50s

We are in our early 40s with children ages 16 and 20. We also had our daughter’s boyfriend (19) along. This was our 3rd cruise with the prior being Carnival Triumph and Royal Adventure of the Seas. We flew into MCO the prior night and rented a van as I have many Hertz points from business travel. Because of this, we arranged for parking with the Radisson in Port Canaveral. Despite being shuttled ...
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Sail Date: March 2014

Traveled with children


Exceptional Cruise

Review for Carnival Dream to Caribbean - Eastern

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kevinsta

6-10 Cruises

Age 50s

Embarkation - We arrived at the port around 12:30, and we were on the ship in 30 minutes. Embarkation was very smooth and quick. Uneventful and quick. Ports - Nassau - Our least favorite port. We spent the day on Carnival's Bemoral Island Beach break with lunch. We spent the day on an island in the Bahamas. How bad could it be. Wasn't too impressed. Not much to do except to sit on the beach (not ...
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Sail Date: March 2014

Traveled with children


Great Cruise - I'll try to be helpful witht his review

Review for Carnival Dream to Caribbean - Eastern

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Cruise077

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

First off we had a great cruise. I would highly recommend this ship and this itinerary. So myself (male 48 years young) and my 3 kids (17 M, 15 F and 13 F) stayed in an interior cabin on deck 8, Verandah, with 2 uppers and 2 lower bunks. This was also my 1st cruise. We camp and stay in a trailer so we we're accustom to dealing with a small room but we were pleased with the cabin size. We all ...
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Sail Date: March 2014

Traveled with children


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