Review by tbooper


In response to review, mrskhodak says ...

We are booked on a chartered cruise on carnival victory Feb 2018. Curious to know how different the services and entertainment is on a 'regular' cruise vs a chartered cruise. We have cruised Carnival many years ago. We mostly cruise Royal Caribbean. Not looking for a comparison of Carnival vs RCCL more so how is a chartered cruise? This will be our first.

Tags: Carnival Cruise Lines Caribbean - Bahamas Carnival Victory

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I almost convinced my DH to book that cruise with Evine... but he wasn't going for it. I figured I would book the one before and do a B2B. Please, come back and let us know how the services compare.

I am going on the Victory in Oct 2018. Really looking forward to the cruise. Hope you have a great time!

I'm sorry but I don't know anything about charter cruises. We will be on the Victory next March so I'm looking forward to reading your review.

A charter cruise is one where a group or company book the whole ship... charter it from the cruise line. For example: if there were enough people interested from the Renaissance Festival community and someone willing to put up enough money to secure all of the cabins on the Ecstacy for a certain date, they could "buy' that cruise. No outsider could book it. I don't know what happens if you are already booked on a cruise and it then gets chartered, but I'm sure there is a procedure in place for that.

same here :)


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