Carnival Triumph Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

Contributor Level: Third Mate

Experience
4-6 cruises

Reviews
2

Helpful Votes
7

3 out of 5

Amazing Cozumel...Skip Progresso

Sail Date: May 24, 2014

Reviewed: 2 years ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Balcony

I had an amazing time on this cruise over all. The Triumph is showing her age a bit so I think it is time for her to be revamped. It was a family trip for my younger sister's wedding in Cozumel. Cozumel was beautiful. And it was nice being in port. I wish we were there longer. Love

 

Progresso was an epic fail. The excursion was a miss. Skip the Rum tasting you can do that for free in better places like Jamaica. There is nothing to see there and we were ther much longer than Cozumel. Let's see if that can be changed. Angry

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Ship Quality
Food and Dining
Service and Staff
I only saw my cabin steward once the entire cruise. On other cruises I received a lot more attention
Entertainment
Onboard Activities
Trivia and dance classes were very fun.
Destinations and Excursions
Progresso is a sucky destination. My excursion was a horrible waste of 5 hours of my life that I will never get back. It was like Gilligan and should have only been a 3 hour tour.
Cabin / Stateroom
Just older but clean...

Tip

If you live on the lido deck...Take the middle elevators if you dine in Paris...Saves you some time.



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