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1020 Carnival Victory Tips

WandTCruisin
Oct 30, 2013

Get a stateroom near the back of the ship, and close to elevators. You'll be just a few steps from most everything except the Caribbean Theater.

lilar822
Jan 18, 2012

UNDERPACK.....UNDERPACK!!! If you have to get some stuff laundered there is self-serve launderettes on board or you can send it to be done...and this wasn't very expensive. For $10 or so I got 3 or 4 outfits washed folded and delivered to my room....it really saves a lot of room in the suitcase..

Alexis0304
May 15, 2013

-Bring a sweater for the nighttime, it might get chilly until you get the party started, especially if you have a balcony -If you can, get to the dining room as early as possible, as you will get the best service and you will get out earlier and have more time to have fun and see the entertainment

kathydroow
Oct 15, 2013

Go to the informational meeting if this is your first cruise. So much info!!!

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CruisingLord
Feb 28, 2014

If you play cards go to customer service and get a few free decks of cards.

kimberly51
Aug 01, 2014

Adult pool at the stern (back) of the ship was the best! Great bar staff and yummy buffet items, as well.

TWP
Aug 20, 2014

The Lido deck have continuous food daily and offered a variety of food. Excellent.

anduffy3
May 24, 2015

We got a room on the middle of the boat near the bottom because I read that you wouldn't feel the rocking as much there and it was very convenient. It was right next to the elevator so it was easy to get to anything on the boat and the movement of the boat was less noticeable there.

newcruiser
May 09, 2012

Mediterranean buffet for breakfast and lunch, tons of undiscovered seating upstairs with lots of windows too. Deck 5 is only deck that you can go front to back of boat without changing floors. We would take the room corridor on deck 7 from our room to the back of the ship and down the stairs to the pacific Dining room. Faster and less traffic. Take stairs and forget the elevators when you can.

MyGrandma
Feb 02, 2016

We were in the center of the ship right near the atrium...always pretty noisy, but easy to get everywhere.

AtulVerma
Feb 09, 2017

if you are taking a small 3 nights cruise with a day out on any port, its better to save on cabin with lower price -inside or ocean view. You hardly would have time to enjoy a suite or balcony in such short time space.

DerrickBishop
Mar 18, 2013

Pack some food for lunch, and hope that you can hold out for dinner! Dinner is the best meal on the ship.

MotherandSon
Jun 12, 2013

Take the stairs. It's good exercise and the wait for the elevators can be long at busy times like when you arrive at the ports.

Melba185
Mar 22, 2013

Use the stairs. Much faster than waiting for the elevator. There is also a machine that will break large denomination bills into smaller. $5 is the smallest it gives.

Borncruiser
Mar 26, 2013

If you want a quite spot to lay out, go to deck 7 to the front of the ship and you will find a door that leads you to the front of the ship. Not many people go there and its nice and quiet during the day, and at night you can see the stars clearer.

nanileila17
Jun 13, 2013

We love the pools...but with young children I recomend doing/using it in the early part of the day...before the older/party people... is ok...everybody is there to enjoy!

beaner
Apr 11, 2013

plan to wait on elevators. map of ship at all elevators really help.

pecanglo
Apr 15, 2013

Get ready to do a lot of walking as this is a large ship. Know where the elevators are in the center of the ship and try to use them to cut down on a lot of extra walking. You have to pay for everything such as sodas, and drinks.

churchlady36
Jul 10, 2013

To beat the crowds for breakfast, get up and go early.

lorimurrish
Jun 08, 2015

Junior suite awesome just take your own hair dryer tge one that is provided is the worst, lido deck is a bit cramped for our style, take plenty of cash the photographers do a wonderful job and make chooosing one or two pictures very hard

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