We just returned from our cruise and had an amazing time!! We were a party of six people ranging in age from 30 to 70 and there was something to appeal to each of us.I would question anyone who can get off this ship and say there were not many activities. There was always something going on - Sing-alongs, formal shows, quiz shows, pool events, hot tubs, pool slide, high tea, spa informatin sessions, deck parties, (i.e. Mexican Fiesta), bingo, galley tour etc. etc. etc. The beauty of it is that you can do absolutely nothing if you wish!This ship is 9 years old, and aside from some of its outdated decor, it had everything to offer that the larger Carnival vessels have. Food, entertainment, service were superb. All of their staff aim to please.Ports were amazing....too short a time in the Caymans, but still, we managed to do a tour in the early a.m. and lounge on 7 Mile Beach for an hour and to shop for an hour. In Cozumel, we snorkeled in the morning, went back to the ship for lunch and shopped all afternoon. New Orleans was amazing too - a bigger city than I thought, but still time to do a tour in the morning, lunch, and sightsee in the p.m.Sail on the MS Sensation if you have a chance to do so - you will not be disappointed!!
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