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You don't have to know a Monet from a Manet to appreciate the new Carnival Conquest, inspired by the great Impressionist painters of the 19th century. Experience the excitement of the Moulin Rouge at the Toulouse-Lautrec Lounge. Cross the Sunflower Atrium to Vincent's for cool breezy jazz, or to the gleaming 15,000-square-foot health and fitness facility. Parents and children will love Camp Carnival, while everyone will be impressed by Carnival's culinary masterpieces. From an intimate supper club to a multinational indoor/outdoor buffet, you'll find everything from lobster to gourmet pizza. Hundreds of private balcony staterooms and 22 bars and lounges all add up to one incredible ship.

Sails from:

Ft. Lauderdale (Port Everglades), Florida , Miami, Florida

Cruises to:

Caribbean - Western , Caribbean - Bahamas , Caribbean - Eastern

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4.1 out of 5

First cruise intro - great sunsets and beaches by Nachi

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For first time cruise it was a great intro, stateroom staff and dining room staff were great. Staff are polite and quick to respond. Loved the sunsets on deck, had great weather a bit of rain. Dining room dinnners were very good. Like salad choice at buffet. Good pizza, close to Neapolitan fare. Guys burgers great when hot. Loved the citrus water at debark/embark, would prefer on ship rather than juice. Movie nights were great. Muster exercise slow, should show on monitors or in 2 waves as it took an hour to organize crowd. Use large theatres with staff demo safety vests, avert guests to view on TV channel in rooms. Lots of paper waste, tho for first timers helpful. Suggest have daily initerary on monitors in public lobby with take away pamphlets. I guess people like the personalization. Loved the private island, smaller crowds as not a shop a holic. But need shade but have to pay for it, I,e. Umbrella rentals. There should be a cruise culture where people don’t leave their garbage on floors/elevators, glass shattered in theatre and person left behind without averting staff. Hazard to kids. Don’t like walking through smoking areas, casino, mistakenly walked thru smoke deck uggg, try to avoid.

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4.8 out of 5

AMAZING TRIP by MarinaPolyarsk

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Give more information about what to do about when you are in Nassau or Amber Cove for example because when we got off we had no idea where to go and how to get to the beach and where to get a taxi and all

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4.5 out of 5

First Cruise Ever!!! by LuvliePugh

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The view was beautiful, the dinning halls were all great... Good food, only one suggestion will be to add Turkey products to the breakfast menu. Sausages, Bacon or Patties...

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4.9 out of 5

Great ship, amazing food, Bermuda was the best island by dominicparent

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This was my 15th cruises and it was great. Bermuda was the most beautiful island that I ever visited. The ship was clean and had a good amount of entertainment. The staff was great. Carnival is our favarite brand because they have the best food and the best price.

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4.7 out of 5

We had an incredible time for our first cruise! The only thing I would wish was different is that there were people on the ship to welcome first time cruisers when we first got there. We were very overwhelmed and spent our first few days in our cabin. by ChaunteTinsley

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Had a lot of fun! The ship was amazing, the entertainment was plenty and a ton of fun, and the ports were beautiful and had a lot of options for activities! The only thing I didn’t like was being sold things at every turn, but I know they have to make their money some way. Just beware that if you’re offered a drink in anything but a plastic cup or plain glass, then you’re paying for the drink and the cup it comes in! They get people a lot with that!

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AuntPinkie
Feb 01, 2018

If you enjoy the buffet for breakfast and/or lunch, eat on deck 10 aft for more seating options ans less people.

brooksloveless
Oct 31, 2017

We especially enjoyed relaxing and reading on the Serenity deck. You can choose either sun or shade. They give you a towel, you can take your food up there to eat, and they offer drink service, too.

skcheney
Mar 07, 2015

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!

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