Carnival Victory Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

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3 out of 5

an interesting cruise

Sail Date: April 30, 2006

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

the meals in the "cafeteria" did not have enough choices like we had in our 7 previous Carnival cruises. We also found that after having cruised more than 15 times, this ship, the Carnival Victory (Eastern, April 30, 2006), cancelled the San Juan stop and went direct to Sint Maarten. We also noted many passengers (female and male) were quite obese. Some of these could drop 200 lbs. plus. When dining on deck looking at these people made us go to the dining room for our meals. As was mentioned on the program we had two "formal" evenings, yet only saw 6 men in a tux. Some people even came in tee shirts and sneekers. We will keep using the Carnival but will be avoiding the "Victory."

Also please show you records that I am Dr. Vroom. My son has also my name and he is Mr. Vroom. This is done to make tax deductions for "business Trips." Thanx.

Pros: being waited on and the sauna and steam rooms

Cons: see comment above

Philipsburg, St. Maarten

Don't Miss: nothing to comment on
Philipsburg, St. Maarten

Don't Miss: nothing to comment on


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