Carnival Fascination Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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Experience
1 cruise (first)

Review
1

Helpful Vote
1

3 out of 5

First time cruiser

Sail Date: July 28, 2011

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Family (young children)

Room Type: Inside

It was our first time on a cruise ship, so initally it was really cool and amazing. A little dated but ok overall

Pros: Hospitality

Cons: Too many people in small areas

Recommends Carnival Fascination? No.

Ship Quality
There was only one pool on the whole ship so if you didn't get up early enough, there was no way to get a lounge chair or have a table to eat lunch/breakfast.Space was way too small especially on our last day (at sea day). We just went back to our room until dinner
Entertainment
Lots of activities on ship for all ages, some really neat,and some ok.Not bad, though
Food and Dining
Buffet food a little less than average but dinner experience was really good.
Cabin / Stateroom
Nice and comfortable enough rooms for their size.
Service and Staff
Extremely plesent and helpful all the way around. Staff really goes out of the way to provide services to cruisers.
Nassau, Bahamas
We took an excursion and traveled to a different island.It was the best experience of our whole trip. I would highly recommend finding an activity to do while on the island.
Don't Miss: Power Boat Adventures is a MUST DO


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