Carnival Pride Cruise Review to Mexico

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5 out of 5

a super fabulous cruise

Sail Date: December 16, 2007

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

We cruise a lot, but this is our first voyage with Carnival Pride, we do not know what to expect since we are so used to Celebrity, Viking and Princess. But we were so impressed with CP (Carnival Pride), we can tell the ship is a superior architectural design and have made a statement. All the programs and shows are very entertaining, we always look forward for the next show right after dinner. I told my family about how lovely CP is, they are making plans to take the whole family (with their two boys, 8 & 11 on your future cruise.

Pros: all the courtesy staff, the luggage claim area so organize to spot our luggages

Cons: We do not like our cabin # 5148 because the tenders are blocking our view in front of our balcony. Laundry area, need more washer/dryer/ironing board and should be free, except laundry detergent

Recommends Carnival Pride? Yes!

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
short hour flight as compare to Cancun, love fishing
Mazatlan, Mexico
you see one, you see all
Mazatlan, Mexico
you see one, you see all
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
short hour flight as compare to Cancun, love fishing
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
seafood dining
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
seafood dining


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