Bed bugs on Carnival ships

Got attacked by bed bugs on the Carnival Sensation in cabin M55. Reported it, and they didn't nothing about it. Now we are having a 3 story house treated and threw away all our luggage. Take no chances! Don't cruise on this ship or with carnival. It's definitely not worth it. Not only bed bugs, but the room was disgusting. Holes in the bathroom floor that are duck tapped. Water out of the bathroom sink that has a yellowish color that looks like somebody didn't flush the toilet. Rust in all the corners and Windows. Worste cruise experience ever. I can list a bunch of other things but it will steer away from the major problem.. bed bugs!!! 

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26 Answers

Well that sounds completely disgusting. 

Pictures, pictures and pictures

Never had a problem on Carnival.

Some photo's would be great to prove it,  not only for all of us here but also to send to Corp Carnival.  Everyone has a camera on their cell phone.

Are you sure they were on the ship ?   Did you stay in a hotel the night before ?  They could have gotten into your luggage there.

O.P.W.

Never had any problems like that.

I have sailed on many Carnival ships and never heard of problems that you described.  I really hope that you took photos to back up your claim when you send a letter of complaint to the head office of Carnival.  I can't believe that they did nothing about the problem.  What a nightmare! Please if you have photos, post them here, too. 

How unfortunate, we have not had BB problems on any ship in 13 years of cruising. 

I've been on 10 Carnival cruises & never had a problem.

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