Carnival Fantasy Cruise Review to Caribbean - Southern

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1 out of 5

BORING - VERY LITTLE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT

Sail Date: June 23, 2012

Reviewed: 4 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Oceanview

We book this cruise last minute in June. We did not do any research on Carnival cruises, the Fantasy is the only cruise leaving from Charleston. If you want to sunbathe all day and eat junk food with kids around you all of the time, this cruise is for you. Very little entertainment for adults, one small swimming pool for kids and adults. We could not get to the pool at all. The 3 ports visited were beach ports for more sunbathing. Boring to say the least. The Casino was the only escape from an overcrowded ship and kids running around all of the time. One small aft deck for adults only with a hot tub.

Pros: DISEMBARKING IN CHARLESTON

Cons: THE SHIP, SENIOR STAFF AND KIDS RUNNING AROUND ON ALL DECKS

Recommends Carnival Fantasy? No.

Food and Dining
Unless you special order breakfast and lunch, be prepared for cold food. Limited choices.
Service and Staff
Be prepared to try to find staff to wipe tables and order drinks.
Entertainment
Only 2 shows on a 7 day cruise. Limited adult entertainment
Ship Quality
The ship needs a serious renovation!! Outdated and dirty carpets.
Cabin / Stateroom
Children's Programs


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