Carnival Pride Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

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4 out of 5

A GREAT first Cruise

Sail Date: August 14, 2009

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Suite

This was our first cruise, and it lived up to everything we have heard. The staff was WONDERFUL. Our cabin was immaculate all the time. Great job by the room steward. Service in the dinners was excellent. After the first day, we were seated at the same table and called by name. VERY NICE. The hostess service in the Casino was very good, although this is the only Casino I have ever been in that made you pay for your drinks. (They could learn from Atlantic City & Vegas) OVERALL: Excellent time. We would go back any chance we get.

Pros: The Suite, the Balcony, the FOOD

Cons: Grand Turk, cost of photos

Recommends Carnival Pride? Yes!

Grand Turk Island
Too crowded. 2 ships in at once. No where to go and couldnt breathe with 4000 people all on shore at once. We didnt enjoy this port.
Don't Miss: NOTHING
Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (Private Island)
We had a storm in the AM, and by the time we got on shore, not enough beach chairs for everyone. The picnic lunch was great, and the Tiki Bar was EXCELLENT.
Don't Miss: "Wish I Could Stay Here Forever" - Tiki Bar
Freeport, Grand Bahama Island
Shore excursion cancelled due to a storm. It was a decent experience, but the bad weather hampered the enjoyment.
Don't Miss: Port Lucaya

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