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Great Trip!

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Conquest | Sail Date: Mar 30, 2014


From the moment we stepped on the ship, everything was great.  One of the better parts was several different comics during the week.  Had lots of activities every day.  Seemed to have more lounge chairs than our last cruise.  The food was unbelieveable (dining room and poolside).  The service throughout the ship was at the highest level, especially the 3 people serving us at our dinner table.  Our kids loved the experiences in Camp Carnival and the Circle C.  The only sad part was the waterslide was down all week for repairs.  However, we would recommend this trip for anyone looking for a great week to get away.  In our family, the name "Carnival" translates into "being taken care of very well".

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Love the Fun Ship

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Conquest | Sail Date: Mar 30, 2014


My family and I really enjoyed our trip. My kids want to go on another cruise. I have been on a Carnival Cruise 4 times and will do it again.  My recommendation is to take taxis from airport to cruise port. It's cheaper for family and get there faster than Carnival bus. We love St Thomas and Grand Turk, beautiful!

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Western Caribbean Cruise

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Conquest | Sail Date: Mar 23, 2014


This was my 11th cruise (not all with Carnival.)  I thought the overall experience was good.  The team of service providers was friendly everywhere.  The food was okay.  I thought the desserts could've had a better selection and been tastier.  The shows were a flop!  I hated the techno backgrounds and the singer was sooo off key.  I wish the show producers could be more imaginative and get some new acts besides magic and comedy.  The live entertainers/singers were very talented and I enjoyed relaxing to their music.  Woohoo!  No more Caribbeanbands on board! Loved snorkeling in Roatan.  The reefs and schools were very good!  The larger ships are not for me though, too many long lines for getting back on the ship and getting off, etc.

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Good, but not great

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Conquest | Sail Date: Mar 23, 2014


Overall, the ship was nice although the lack of a Serenity area was noticed. The food was very good and the dining room staff very friendly in meeting our expectations. In the buffet restaurant, the food was good but the staff assigned to clean the tables seemed to be a bit slower than I have experienced on other recent cruises (Carnival Liberty and Carnival Dream). The stateroom staff was friendly and efficient.

 

One area that lacked, based on the prioe cruises, was the entertainment. I thought that the shows (singing and dancing) in the main lounge was average at best. The comedians varied in quality with only one of four being truly funny (my opinion only).

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small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Conquest | Sail Date: Mar 23, 2014


This was our first time on the Conquest.  Every one of the crew was awesome!.  One waiter for brunch, who was not our usual one, took a liking to my grandson but when he didn't want to eat, Pedro told him his mom could "call 1-800-pedro" and he would come and make sure he was eating and minding.  We saw Pedro several times and he would ask how my grandson was behaving. 

Our waiter in the dining room made sure we had our Diet Cokes and my grandson had his chocolate milk as soon as we sat down for dinner.  I was not impressed with the food and when we didn't like something, the waiter always offered to get us something else.

We had a problem with our room not cooling enough and maintenance was sent to our room within 30 min.  The next day they called to see if all was ok and we told them the room was still not cool enough so they brought us a fan to use for the rest of the cruise, which was perfect.

The only thing I didn't like was they only had 2 shows we liked.  They had a comedy show for two nights (:(), a talent show, which was short and over quick but was ok, then there were two shows with entertainers and they did  good.

Also didn't see the cruise director walking around the ship enteracting with quests - he wasn't friendly, that's for sure.

There was also an incident where it was raining but you couldn't really hear or see it from inside, so we walked out on the deck, realized it was raining and walked about 20 feet to the next door, where I fell walking inside.  I'm 61 and I fell hard on my knee before fallilng on my side.  We were right next to the Guest Service desk and a bar and I made eye contact with a woman at the desk and a bartender but no one came to check on me.  A man came over and pulled me up and sat me down in a chair.  My daughter went to Guest Services and they sent someone with a wheel chair and ice pack to take me to my room.  They didn't bother to check and see how I was doing the next day or after that.  I'm still dealing with the after affects. We also suggested that they put up a caution sign so other's would know it was slippery, but that wasn't done in the 25 mins. it took for the wheelchair to arrive.

The ship was very clean and our cabinet stewart made sure we had what we needed.  My grandson attended Camp Carnival a couple days and liked the crew and activities.

Overall it was a great time but we did have short stays in our ports (Grand Cayman, Cozumel, Belilze and Roatan) and we ran out of time to do all that we had planned. 

 

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Atlantis Sub, Cozumel Ocean View View from the deck.

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Carnival Cruise Review

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Conquest | Sail Date: Mar 09, 2014


Biggest disappointment was the food! We have cruised before and were surprised at the poor quality of the food, especially at the buffet. The dining room quality was better, but still not great. We ordered the same meals from room service as we had in the dining room, and room service was much better, which is opposite to what you might expect. We were also very surprised that the buffet was shut down so often. On other cruises it never completely closed, and there was a late night (around 11 pm) extra buffet. Also in the sitting areas around the buffet, we are used to servers regularly bringing carts serving beverages, and although there was an excess of staff cleaning, there were no servers or waiters. Also, why is juice included, but soft drinks are not? Seems a little odd.

 

Activities and entertainment on board were all geared toward a very young age group, which was not made clear pre booking. We have no complaint with the choices, but we feel that more pre booking info would allow a better choice of cruise.

 

Our cabin was fine, and the cabin service was great.

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Great cruise

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Conquest | Sail Date: Feb 23, 2014


Great cruise. I tell everybody I know how much fun cruising is. Some of my friends  can`t believe how much my husband and I love Carnival Cruise Lines. We tell them it`s the fun ships line. Everyone is so nice on our cruise. The Alcemey Bar people are the best. Our rooms were clean and neat at all times. Thanks Carnival for a great 7 day cruise. We will be back again soon. Sorry we missed our chance to go to the next level because you changed the rules. If you can take us to the next level we whould be very happy. Let us know?

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The Best Vacation Evvvveeeerrrr!!!!

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This was the second cruise I have been on. This cruise was the ultimate adventure. It was like a second honeymoon for my husband and I. The service was impeccable. The food was great! The crew on the ship was so friendly. I would definitely recommend this cruise to friends and family.

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Sunset So yummy!!

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GOOD EXPERIENCE FOR FAMILY

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Conquest | Sail Date: Feb 09, 2014


CELEBRATED MY BROTHER AND SISTER-IN-LAW'S FIRST ANNIVERSARY.  WE HAD A DELIGHTFUL TIME EACH DAY.  THE EVENING MEAL WAS ALWAYS A GREAT TIME TOGETHER.  SISTER-IN-LAW AND I HAD DELIGHTS IN THE CASINO!!!!  MY BROTHER AND SISTER-IN-LAW AND I WENT SHOPPING EACH DAY AS WELL AS SIGHT SEEING ON SHORE.  IT WAS ALOT OF FUN AND SHARING.

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Western Caribean Cruise

small verified icon Verified Review | Ship: Carnival Conquest | Sail Date: Feb 09, 2014


We had a tremendous time on our cruise!  Booking in was quick and efficient and our room steward was helpful and paid close attention to detail.  However, muster was a nightmare.  We were placed in front of a wind tunnel that would have made any tornado jealous.  It was over soon enough and then we were underway.  The service in the dining room was excellent and so was the food.!  We were on the Carnival Conquest ship and it was a fully booked cruise so it was a little crowded at times which was to be expected.  We REALLY enjoyed our ports-of-call.  I would prefer to have deleted one in order to stay longer at each port tho.  Disembarking was a breeze at the end.  This was our 5th cruise, the third with Carnival.  I would use Carnival again as they appear to have the least expensive rates and cater to families.  Ports- of-call is our main criteria when booking a cruise and we very much enjoyed our shore excursions on  this one!!!

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Balcony Cabins
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Cabins of Carnival Conquest

Interior Stateroom on Carnival Conquest Size:
185 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-size bed individual climate control TV with first-run movies telephone lots of drawer and closet space wall safe mini-bar and a private bathroom with shower and hair-dryer.
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-size bed individual climate control TV with first-run movies mini-bar telephone lots of drawer and closet space wall safe and a private bathroom with shower and hair-dryer.
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-size bed obstructed view picture window individual climate control TV with first-run movies mini-bar telephone lots of drawer and closet space wall safe and a private bathroom with shower and hair-dryer.
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-size bed TV with first-run movies individual climate control mini-bar telephone lots of drawer and closet space wall safe and a private bathroom with shower and hair-dryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guest staterooms.

Wheel Chair Accessible Cabins:
8342, 8345, 9204, 6286, 6311, 6354, 6381, 7332, 7335, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 6205, 6206, 7205, 7206, 9202, 9203, 9285, 9286, 9291, 9292, 1007, 1008

Available On Decks:
Riviera, Lido, Verandah, Empress, Upper, Panorama, Main

Balcony Stateroom on Carnival Conquest Size:
185 sq ft.; Balcony: 35 sq ft.
195 sq ft.; Balcony: 35 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-size bed private balcony individual climate control TV with first-run movies mini-bar telephone lots of drawer and closet space wall safe and a private bathroom with shower and hair-dryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guest staterooms. Guests are permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Wheel Chair Accessible Cabins:
6207, 6208

Available On Decks:
Upper, Empress, Verandah, Lido, Panorama, Spa

Oceanview Stateroom on Carnival Conquest Size:
220 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds most of which convert to a king-size bed picture window individual climate control TV with first-run movies mini-bar telephone lots of drawer and closet space wall safe and a private bathroom with shower and hair-dryer.
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-size bed picture window individual climate control TV with first-run movies mini-bar telephone lots of drawer and closet space wall safe and a private bathroom with shower and hair-dryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guest staterooms.
Please Note: Staterooms 2446 and 2449 have obstructed views.
Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guest staterooms.

Available On Decks:
Main, Riviera

Aft-View Extended Balcony Stateroom on Carnival Conquest Size:
185 sq ft.; Balcony: 60 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-size bed private balcony individual climate control TV with first-run movies mini-bar telephone lots of drawer and closet space wall safe and a private bathroom with shower and hair-dryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guest staterooms. Guests are permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Available On Decks:
Verandah, Empress, Upper

Porthole Stateroom on Carnival Conquest Size:
220 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-size bed two porthole windows individual climate control TV with first-run movies telephone lots of drawer and closet space wall safe and a private bathroom with shower and hair-dryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guest staterooms.

Available On Decks:
Main, Riviera

Grand Suite on Carnival Conquest Size:
345 sq ft.; Balcony: 85 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king bed a sitting area with TV mini-bar mini-fridge individual climate control sofa wall safe closet dressing area large private balcony telephone and a private bathroom with shower whirlpool tub bidet and hair-dryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guest staterooms. Guests are permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Available On Decks:
Empress

Junior Suite on Carnival Conquest Size:
275 sq ft.; Balcony: 35 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king bed a sitting area with TV mini-fridge sofa closet dressing area individual climate control wall safe telephone private balcony and a private bathroom with shower whirlpool tub and hair-dryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guest staterooms. Guests are permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Available On Decks:
Lido

Interior Bunk Bed Stateroom on Carnival Conquest Size:
185 sq ft.

Amenities:
- One upper bed and one lower twin bed (bunk bed) individual climate control TV with first-run movies telephone lots of drawer and closet space wall safe and a private bathroom with shower and hair-dryer.

Please Note: cabin numbers 1207 1208 1211 1212 2211 2212 2216 2217 have 2 porthole windows. All other category 1A cabins are interior staterooms.
Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guest staterooms.

Available On Decks:
Verandah, Empress, Upper, Main, Riviera

Premium Balcony Stateroom on Carnival Conquest Size:
185 sq ft.; Balcony: 75 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-size bed large private balcony individual climate control TV with first-run movies mini-bar telephone lots of drawer and closet space wall safe and a private bathroom with shower and hair-dryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guest staterooms. Guests are permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Available On Decks:
Verandah

Premium Vista Balcony Stateroom on Carnival Conquest Size:
185 sq ft.; Balcony: 75 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king-size bed large private balcony individual climate control TV with first-run movies mini-bar telephone lots of drawer and closet space wall safe and a private bathroom with shower and hair-dryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guest staterooms. Guests are permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Available On Decks:
Verandah, Empress, Upper

Ocean Suite on Carnival Conquest Size:
275 sq ft.; Balcony: 35 to 65 sq ft.

Amenities:
- Two twin beds that convert to a king bed a sitting area with TV mini-fridge sofa closet dressing area individual climate control wall safe telephone private balcony and a private bathroom with shower whirlpool tub and hair-dryer.

Please Note: Smoking is prohibited in all guest staterooms. Guests are permitted to smoke outside on the balcony.

Wheel Chair Accessible Cabins:
7228

Available On Decks:
Empress

Deck Plans for Carnival Conquest

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Sky

The Sky Deck features the entrance to the pool slide.

Sky
2 Upper Beds
2 Upper Beds
1 Upper Bed
1 Upper Bed
Twins/King Bed & Double Sofa Bed
Twins/King Bed & Double Sofa Bed
Queen Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Queen Bed & Single Sofa Bed
2 Porthole Windows
2 Porthole Windows
Unisex Wheelchair Accessible Restroom
Unisex Wheelchair Accessible Restroom
Twin Beds Don't Convert to King
Twin Beds Don't Convert to King
Twin Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Twin Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Twins/King Bed & Single Convertible Sofa
Twins/King Bed & Single Convertible Sofa
Twins/King & Upper Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Twins/King & Upper Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Queen Bed
Queen Bed
Queen & Upper Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Queen & Upper Bed & Single Sofa Bed
Connecting Staterooms
Connecting Staterooms
Twin/King Bed & Single Sofa & 2 Upper Beds
Twin/King Bed & Single Sofa & 2 Upper Beds
Wheelchair Accessible Stateroom
Wheelchair Accessible Stateroom
Obstructed View
Obstructed View

Dining

Your Time Dining on Carnival Conquest Dine in the main dining room anytime between 5:45 and 9:30 PM. Guests are usually seated within 20 minutes on a first-come, first-serve basis, depending on party size. Parties of 10 or more may need to be accommodated at different tables.

Seating Times: 5:45 - 9:30 PM.
Dress: We suggest smart casual dress attire. On formal evenings, formal dress is required. Shorts and swimwear are not permitted.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservations required.

Monet & Renoir Restaurants (Main Dining Rooms) on Carnival Conquest At this elegant enclave, indulge in course after course of culinary delights, all perfectly prepared and beautifully presented.

Seating Times: Breakfast: 7:45-9 AM; Lunch: Noon to 1:30 PM; Dinner: Early: 5:45-6:15 PM or Late: 8-8:30 PM.
Dress: We suggest smart casual dress attire. On formal evenings, formal dress is required. Shorts and swimwear are not permitted.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
Reservations required.

The Point Steakhouse on Carnival Conquest This exclusive, reservation-only steakhouse features mouthwatering prime beef cooked to perfection, as well as a fantastic selection of seafood entrees, gourmet appetizers, an extensive wine list and decadent desserts.

Seating Times: Open for dinner 6-9:30 PM. Please allow 2 1/2 hours for your dining experience.
Dress: We suggest formal attire.
Costs: A nominal fee of $35 USD per dining guest, including gratuities. The fee does not include specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks which are offered at current bar menu prices.
Reservations required.

This exclusive dining event for 12 lucky guests features a multi-course dinner hosted by one of Carnival's master chefs. The evening includes a private cocktail reception, a tour of the galley led by the chef, and a sumptuous dinner in a non-traditional dining venue, such as the gallery or the library. (Dining location depends on the vessel).

Seating Times: TBA
Dress: We suggest formal attire.
Costs: $75 per dining guest; the fee does not include specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks which are offered at current bar menu prices.
Reservations are required and need to be made onboard at the ship's guest service desk.

Restaurant Cezanne on Carnival Conquest This casual eatery featuring grand buffet with carving stations, specialty dishes, and a 24-hour pizzeria is the perfect place to eat when you want to come as you are, and sit where you choose -- indoors or out!

Seating Times: Open 7 AM to midnight.
Dress: Casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservation required.

Guy's Burger Joint on Carnival Conquest Guests can enjoy delicious fresh off the grill burgers designed by cookbook author and TV star Guy Fieri or they can create their own masterpiece at the condiment bar. Burgers come with hand-cut fries and a variety of tasty toppings.

Seating Times: Open for lunch, snack and dinner. Check onboard for hours of operation.
Dress: We suggest casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservations required.

Sushi Bar on Carnival Conquest Watch the sushi chef prepare fresh Nigiri salmon, California rolls, Nigira Toro, and other delicious Japanese delicacies. Then grab some chopsticks and sample these colorful creations.

Seating Times: Open nightly prior to dinner: 5:00 - 8:30 PM.
Dress: We suggest casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservation required.

Blue Iguana Cantina on Carnival Conquest Hungry vacationers can swing on by this poolside Mexican cantina and fill up on freshly prepared burritos, tacos, homemade tortillas and a variety of salsas.

Seating Times: Open for lunch, snack and dinner. Check onboard for hours of operation.
Dress: We suggest casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservations required.

Located on the Panorama Deck, this station serves made to order calamari salad, scrumptious fried oysters, and fish & chips, along with stunning views.

Seating Times: Check onboard for hours of operations.
Dress: We suggest casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservations required.

Barbecue favorites are served with a flourish under the sunny skies.

Seating Times: Open 7 AM to midnight.
Dress: Casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservation required.

Stop by for a warm, delicious slice of pizza any time, day or night!

Seating Times: Open 24 hours.
Dress: We suggest casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservation required.

The Taste Bar on Carnival Conquest Sample complimentary bite-sized appetizers before dinner for a taste of flavors that await at the ship's most popular dining venues.

Seating Times: Approximately 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM on sea days, and select port days.
Dress: We suggest casual attire.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.
No reservations required.

Cafe Fans on Carnival Conquest Enjoy a cup of coffee, cake, cookies, or pastries at this cute little cafe.

Seating Times: Check onboard for times.
Dress: We suggest casual attire.
Costs: A nominal fee for all items sold at the cafe.
No reservation required.

Room Service on Carnival Conquest Nobody goes to bed hungry aboard Carnival ships. No matter what time your appetite catches up with you, complimentary and cheerful stateroom service is just a phone call away.

Seating Times: Available 24 hours.
Dress: No dress code.
Costs: No cost. Specialty beverages, beer, wine, and soft drinks are offered at current bar menu prices.

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The pizza was good as usual, 24 hours and the addition of Guy,s Burger Joint was great!

There is so many choices when it comes to dining. Try things out of your comfort zone.

get to bfast early long lines. dining room good, but long wait. sundeck chairs held by towels .

Don't take aft rooms on lower decks 1 or 2 very noisy shop engines.Do take Renoir or Monet dining food and service are top notch

Dine in the dinning room for breakfast and dinner. Find your way by studying the ship's lay out - what deck you can reach the aft or the forward easily - usually on stateroom floors. Realize that the numbers of the staterooms increase toward back.

Be sure to eat at Guy's Burger Joint the best food on the ship!!

Do not purchase a room directly under the ledo deck, the staff start unstaking the chairs every morning at 5:00 a.m.

Be sure to have at least one hamburger. They were delicious!

Take the stairs and get some exercise to work off the added pounds from the wonderful food.

Skip Lido for dinner and dine in one of the restaurants. The food is EXCELLENT! Walking up and down steps is great exercise. Walking the length of the ship where the rooms are located is also great exercise. Take your own bottles of water and you will not have to purchase prior to going on an excursion.

This ship is great, def. check out the excursions and all they have to offer.

The Hamburger Hut was a great hit! But what about those who don't eat beef? Sometimes the Deli wasn't getting it. They didn't serve potato chips with their sandwiches.

Go early morning for breakfast to Lido for shorter line. If you wait till 9:00 am, long line. Otherwise go to dining room and let them service you.

Be prepared for no room in the pools.

Try the brunch in the dining room - even my grandson loved it. They have a good selection of cereals, rolls, eggs dishes, side dishes and even some meat (pork chops and steak).

The buffet has 4 different lines/sides and you have to go to all 4 to access all available choices.

So many choices of food for lunch. I skipped breakfast just to eat a big lunch!!

I love my set down seating. My husband and I love to be waiting on. They treat us like kings and queens. The food is the best. And on the lido deck the burgers are to dye for and the fries!!! The 24hr. pizza is to dye for also. I think we put on 10lbs in 7 days. Had a great time and can`t wait to go again.

Lido deck had the best breakfast.

Different layout of this ship . No walking track around the ship like the Sensation. Very well maintained.

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