Carnival Victory Cruise Review

Deck Hand


Helpful Votes

5 out of 5


Reviewed: 6 years ago

In 1992 we cruised on the Celebration. In 1993 we were married on the island of St. Thomas while in port and cruising on the Celebration a 2nd year in a row. In 2001 we cruised on the non-smoking Paradise. In 2003 we celebrated our 10 year anniversary aboard the Victory revisiting the same ports as our wedding cruise. Everything about Carnival has been top notch on all four 7-night luding food, cabins, decor, entertainment. We will always cruise Carnival and have no desire to look elsewhere! One hint-do not cruise on spring break or Easter break unless you want to be bombarded with unsupervised out of control kids! We unknowingly chose Easter break on the Victory and the ratio was 15 kids to 1 adult. There was no parental supervision at all the entire week. Other than that, we have never been disappointed and look forward to cruising on Carnival again! There is something for everyone and every age when cruising with Carnival. Carnival definitely gives you the most for your money!

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