Carnival Breeze Cruise Review to Caribbean - Southern

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5 out of 5

Breeze May 10-18 2014 - fantastic!

Sail Date: May 10, 2014

Reviewed: 3 years ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Balcony

First time on Dream class ship. Didn't know what to expect and there were some surprises. In general all was typical Carnival. Clean ship, friendly staff, good food, excellent balcony cabin 6287, great ports (at least those that I got off at). Casino staff was adept at taking my money with a smile ;-). The surprise was that I had expected lines and other crowding on this bigger ship based on reviews from others. Really found none of that and might have been based on less than full passenger load. Was never able to find out how full the ship really was. The ocean plaza concept is interesting but seemed totally underutilized. Not often there was anyone there along with the indoor portion of red frog pub. Seemed like a waste of space. Maybe ok on inclement days which are not many in the Caribbean. Overall I would recommend the ship and would go back. 

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Clean, quiet, comfortable. Great cabin steward
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Embarkation efficient and fast. No need to get there early. Arrived one hour before sailing and walked right on board.
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