Carnival Victory Cruise Review to Canada, New England, New York

Contributor Level: Deck Hand

2-3 cruises


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4 out of 5

A Great Cruise

Sail Date: August 21, 2006

Reviewed: 10 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

Liked the Victory although we found it difficult to navigate through the ship, that is, which decks didn't go thru and which did.

Pros: Friendlyness

Cons: Mens steamroom and gym whirlpool

Food and Dining
Only ate 2 nights in the main dining room. Enjoyed the buffets and eating on the Lido Deck
Cabin / Stateroom
"Attendant was very good and kept our room clean. It was enjoyable to see his towel designs each day. Surprised that he called us by name each time we saw him.
Really enjoyed the shows. The dancers had unbelieveable energy and the singers were excellent.
Ship Quality
Service and Staff
Saint John, New Brunswick
We took the walking tour. It was good and the guide knew quite a bit. The hi-lite though was eating at "Steamers Lobster Co. The seafood was delicious and the decor was really neat.
Don't Miss: Steamers Lobster Co
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Took the 1 1/2 tall ship harbour tour. Was interesting and enjoyable. Again we found a terrific seafood eatery. Had a hard time finding it but it was "to die for". Tug's Pub in the Warehouse around 1766 Water St was fabulous. The all you can eat mussels with the buttery garlic sauce was unbelievable, and cheap!!!
Don't Miss: Tug's Pub

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