Carnival Fantasy Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

Third Mate

4-6 cruises


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3 out of 5

Not bad, but not great

Sail Date: January 20, 2014

Reviewed: 2 years ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Inside

Rooms were tiny, the food was ok. A lot of the activities took place during second seating dinner time, so we missed quite a few things we wanted to go to. I loved that the buffet was open late, sometimes you need a late night snack but don't want pizza. I love you can get ice cream anytime you want! The shows were pretty good, but I missed quite a few things during dinner. The servers were great and our run attendant was fantastic. The ports were fun. Don't forget about the amazing candy store on Nassau. I really enjoyed the beach at our Freeport stop.

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Charleston, South Carolina
Nassau, Bahamas
Atlantis is expensive, but if you really want to see it you should pay to do it. they've closed off the entrances so it makes it tough to get in without paying. there's a candy store that's not too far away from the port, but you most likely still need a taxi.
Freeport, Grand Bahama Island
we went to the beach and just hung out and relaxed.


No espn in room, you have to watch in the bar or at the buffet. They serve almost the exact same stuff at the buffet as they do at the restaurant.

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