If you are young people looking for fun, then Carnival is for you. The disco was always full of people partying, the Carribean band played poolside everyday, and the excursions were great! We did the Dolphin Encounter and snorkeled at Chankanaab Park and we had a blast. If you want peace and quiet - Carnival is not for you. Their Camp Carnival program for kids was very good. The comedian they had was better than the Broadway shows. The food was good in the dining rooms, but could have been better in some of the other eateries. The pizzeria was the best - they made it fresh 24 hours a day. Embarkation and disembarkation went very smoothly. On photos - they take pictures of you during the cruise and you have the opportunity to purchase them in the photo gallery. Unfortunately, they had ruined ours (along with many others) and we were very disappointed. Overall we had a great time. Our cabin steward, "Alphonso," was great. We are already planning another cruise. I spoke to many on board who had cruised other lines and learned that if you want excitement, stick with Carnival. The ship herself is something to see. If you don't have fun on a Carnival cruise, then it's because you don't want to!
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