Carnival Conquest

3.6 out of 5
Price: $ $ $ $     Size: L     Refurbished: 5 yrs ago    
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About Carnival Conquest

Carnival Conquest is a large ship, carrying 2974 passengers and 1180 crew, and sails from Ft. Lauderdale (Port Everglades), Florida.

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Carnival Conquest April 15,2016

The favorite parts of the cruise were the ports we visited...Aruba, Curaseo, Dominican... Read more
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Contributor Level: Cruise Director
4 out of 5

Very enjoyable cruise.

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Great food and steward service, and the bands and shows were very good.  Especially enjoyed the string trio and the magician (Bob Borgia).  The singers were all very good and on key.  My only complaint is that this ship currently does not have an Over-21 Serenity Deck.  (It will be re-installed in September 2017 during shipyard refurbishment). The Cruise Director (Chloe) was very upbeat, and mingled with the guests. This was a big improvement over my last cruise on the Carnival Pride.  Much, much, better.  Good trivia location, smoke-free.

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
3 out of 5

Carnival Conquest April 15,2016

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The favorite parts of the cruise were the ports we visited...Aruba, Curaseo, Dominican and Grand Turks. 

The disapointing part of our cruise were the meals. Every served meal was cold. Even the lobster was still "jelly-like". 

Our best meal we had was off the ship when we were inAruba. 

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
3 out of 5

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it was ok for the price of the vacation. there were no real complaints except for the that i was charged for food that i never received and i was assigned to the dining room in the back of the ship when my room was in the front of the ship which was not the best location.  The wait staff was great was my dining room was changed. 

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
3 out of 5

Not Enough

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There wasn't enough on board things to do with having 3 at sea days. No real games, no trivia or other such things on every deck possible. Took a Carnival cruise to Alaska and had much more fun on board while at sea because of the many games, trivia and such going on all around the ship. The music was way too loud so I couldn't enjoy sitting by the pool or at one of the pool side tables. While I may be older...I enjoy music very much but not to the point where you have to yell in someone's ear to hear them. It was strange, when the movie played in the same area...the sound was turned down. There should be crew on hand to check the children running from one end of the boat to the other. I can't even count the number of times I was almost run over. The the parents should be approached about this because they don't do anything about it. All guests should be asked to close their doors on the staterooms instead of letting them slam shut every time. Either that or fix the doors so they don't SLAM shut - it is hard to sleep at 1:30 am when door after door is slamming shut for those coming up later. Of the 4 cruises I have been on, this was ranked #4.

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Contributor Level: Purser
2 out of 5

My aniversary cruise

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I think never gonna have another one with Carnival, a lot a kids and youth running around the cabins and disturbing  late at night. We went to rest and sleep and was terrible with the people running and playing, i can't sleep good...

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
1 out of 5

If I had only one word to describe would be Dirty!!

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I read many reviews about how clean and great this cruise was but didn't see it at all, I saw people cleaning pointless things like random railings painting outside the boat and such but areas like rooms look closely at the bathroom walls/under sink cabinets also the shelving on the mirror (the phone in the room was nasty) not to mention the buffett go by the Deli/Sushi stations look up on the railing and all you see is dust right above!! And are not the the boat but service way to crowded some service was out of the world awesome and some God awful!! Service desk don't even bother they have way to many excuses not enough solution and one tip I would give management is training/communication. Many employees knew much about the boat what's going on directions etc. There was no renovation recently that I saw, which was the only reason I considered goona on this cruise. Was truly disappointed wanted to have a good time heard to many great things about carnival my 7th cruise, 1st on carnival and want to say will be my last! Hope this helps

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Contributor Level: Purser
1 out of 5

Forced to go

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I was forced to go on this cruise after finding out i had mrsa in the bone of my toe. My toe was amputated a week before the cruise. I contacted carnival i neglected to get insurance for this trip and carnival said they could do nothing if i cancelled i woild lose everything i paid. I work hard for my money so i took the cruise with a amputated stitched up toe and a pic line going to my main artery to get antibiotics through iv. I could not get in the water and could only spend limtrf time in the sun. I would have thought being a gold member with carnival and the fact that i cruise every year they would have worked with me but, it seems its all about the money.  I called after the cruise and carnival stated because i took the cruise they couldnt do anything for me ironic they said they could do nothing for me before the cruise either. Up to now i have loved carnival but unfortunately i will have to go with a different cruise line in the future. 

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Contributor Level: Purser
5 out of 5

What A Cruise

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This was the best cruise we've taken so far on Carnival. The cruise staff as always polite and helpful. Food was awesome, overall ship was awesome. All the islands visited were the best in my opinion. My fam and I had a ball. Thank you Carnival. 

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Contributor Level: Purser
5 out of 5

springbreak 2017

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the shows were great, I have been on alot of cruises but this one the shows were extra great! Love the ports!! Chloe the cruise director was so awesome and her staff!!!

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Promenade

Promenade Deck 5 features the upper level of the Toulouse-Lautrec Main Lounge, the Fun Shops, the Studio Atrium, Cherry on Top, EA Sports Bar, Tahiti Casino,...

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Lido

Lido Deck 9 features staterooms in categories CS, JS, 8E, 8D, 6K, 6J, 4H, and 4G, as well as The Blue Iguana Tequila Bar, Red Frog Rum Bar, The Sun Pool,...

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Atlantic

Atlantic Deck 4 features the second level of the Toulouse-Lautrec Main Lounge, the Studio Atrium, Painters' Library, Circle "C," the Photo Gallery, the...

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Lobby Deck 3 features the first level of the Toulouse-Lautrec Main Lounge, the Shore Excursions desk, Guest Services, the Artists' Lobby, Cassat Card Room,...

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skcheney
Contributor Level: Second Mate

I forgot one last tour we took. It was the 'Behind the Scene's' tour. Awesome, awesome, awesome! This was worth the price we paid. We got to see where the crew goes & how they live, how the ship runs, where the food is prepared and met the Captain. This is a must do tour!

Lilia
Contributor Level: Third Mate

LOTS of kids on board during the summer months. Wait till school is in for a more relaxed trip

freddyb
Contributor Level: Third Mate

During days 'at sea' check out afternoon Tea time at Monet Restaurant.

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Price

L

Size

Dec 2002

Built

5 yrs ago

Refurbished

2974

Total Passengers

2.52

Crew to Passenger Ratio

13

Number of Decks

1492

Total Cabins

34

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