Carnival Pride Cruise Review to Mexico

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4-6 cruises


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3 out of 5

Spring Break Cruise

Sail Date: March 19, 2006

Reviewed: 9 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Balcony

We loved the cruise. But I took my 18 yr old son for spring break.The only other spring breakers we met was in the ballroom as we were leaving.Their families felt the same way.The programs for the up to 17 yr old is great. And of course over 21 is bar scene.But to tell the 18 yr olds(he is still in High school ) to go to a disco which was full of drunk 21+ yr ols was not right. They should have had a social every night (ice cream,comedian,whatever )so the kids could meet each other. It would solve some underage drinking problems for them also. My son saId the girl he talked to at the ballroom had got involved with the older guys in the disco and they had gotten her drunk one night in there.Anyway her mom was not happy!Let's just break the 18-20 group out so they can meet their own age group.

Pros: food was good, ports of call nice

Cons: programs for 18-21 yr old singles

Children's Programs
Need 18-20 yr old activities to keep them away from drunk older people
Ship Quality
Very nice
Food and Dining
very good
Service and Staff
very nice
Cabin / Stateroom
loved our balcony room

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