Not as good as last year

Carnival Pride Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

Experience: 4-6 cruises
Reviews: 0
Helpful Votes: 0

Overall Rating:

3 out of 5
Sail Date: March 01, 2010
Ship: Carnival Pride
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 8 years ago

I still think the Carnival Pride is a great ship and would probably sail again -- only never outside of summer. We sailed in March and it was cold, windy, and rainy all the way down to the Bahamas.

Considering that all the outside decks were closed on several different occasions, I think Carnival should have offered discounted or even free drinks at times or something else to offset the impact.

I sailed on the Pride last June -- the food and food/drink service was definitely not as good this time.

Food and Dining

3 out of 5
I sailed on the Pride last June -- the food and food/drink service was definitely not as good this time. The beef especially was not good quality.


5 out of 5

Children's Programs

5 out of 5
I didn't have kids aboard, but they sure seemed to keep the kids that were aboard occupied.

Service and Staff

5 out of 5
Most were excellent -- dining was disappointing.

Ship Quality

5 out of 5
Great ship, love all the balconies. Very clean.

Cabin / Stateroom

5 out of 5

Pros: Fine job keeping kids entertained, especially considering inclement weather

Cons: We traveled at 12 knots during the cold and rain, 24 knots in the warm and sunny weather,

Recommends Carnival Pride? Yes!

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