Carnival Pride Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

Third Mate

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5 out of 5

Carnival Pride provides a fantastic vacation

Sail Date: August 31, 2014

Reviewed: 2 years ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Balcony

It was a fantastic experience. The Carnival Pride staff was (better than RC) great and very helpful. We love the afternoon tea, the food overall was better than expected, the towel robes in the cabin were a plus, also the beach towel in the cabin that could be use when you go to port is a great addition. The spa steam and dry sauna were great with the glass wall so you were able to get the daylight in the sauna and not feel confined. We loved the spa and gym facilities overall with indoor jacuzzi for those persons sensitive to sunlight it is a great option with lounging chairs indoors. We also like the Serenity section of the ship, although it could be made larger since lots of people use it and it would be important to make the pool more handicap accessible with a ramp and handlebars to the pool.

it was really nice that for the cabin shower Carnival was able to provide a portable chair as an option for handicap even if a handicap cabin was not available. 

Also the value for the cruise was very good and we got a free upgrade to a balcony.

We look forward to more itineraries from Carnival Pride from Baltimore after the ship get refurbished. 

 

Thank you !!! Carnival and cheap cruises we will be back. 

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Entertainment
More educational or science lectures would be great
Children's Programs NA
Onboard Activities
Destinations and Excursions
Baltimore, Maryland
Ver convenient for drive and cruise customers
Port Canaveral, Florida
Love to see a rocket launch from KSC while on port
Nassau, Bahamas
Great beach $4 taxi ride away 10 min away
Freeport, Grand Bahama Island
Good beach $4 taxi ride 25 min away

Tip

If available make sure to go to the shore excursion menu before sailing and buy the early board tickets ($50 for the whole cabin) it makes the checking experience much more pleasant and it is like getting an extra day on the ship if you get there early.



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