Ship: Carnival Destiny (RETIRED) 28 Reviewed: 7 years ago
On August 31, 2001, we boarded the m/s Carnival Destiny on her last four night sailing to Canada from New York, and we had he best experience one could have.Embarkation was easy and simple. We had overpacked a lot and we were afraid of having to carry all of it, but when we got out of the car, someone greeted us and took all of our luggage. We had requested a table for just the three of us, and we had gotten it. Our stateroom was large, clean, and featured a large private verandah. The service was excellent and efficient. The entertainment aboard the ship was excellent. Each night, a different show was offered. This was our sixth cruise, first with Carnival, and so far, our best yet. We are already booked for the Carnival Victory for next summer and we are so excited.
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