Carnival Pride Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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1 cruise (first)


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1 out of 5

was not impressed, very disappointed!

Sail Date: March 27, 2011

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Inside

Ship and crew were very nice, had a hard time understanding some, The Captain didn't make all wise decisions. Entertainment could of been better. Very disappointing will never plan to go on a cruise again. Can spend my money better elsewhere.

Pros: some entertainment was okay, but was bored alot.

Cons: food, entertainment, port of calls weren't what everone said they would be!

Recommends Carnival Pride? No.

not enough interesting variety, the comedians and Vegas style shows were very good. Scheduling of activities were poor.
Service and Staff
Some staff members were great, and alot did not speak clear English or understand it.
Food and Dining
dining times were fine, amount of food plentiful, food was not spectacular by taste or arrangement.
Ship Quality
Ship was very nice and clean.
Cabin / Stateroom
Cabin was sufficient
Children's Programs
Staff was very good
Port Canaveral, Florida
Hanging out on the pier at Cocoa Beach was fun and relaxing
Freeport, Grand Bahama Island
Freeport is a very poor place not alot to do, make sure you book an excursion.
Don't Miss: Swimming with the Dolphins is very nice and fun.
Nassau, Bahamas
They call off this port, very upsetting

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