Carnival Fantasy Review – Carnival Cruise Line

By | August 4, 2010
Embarkation33333
Public Areas44444
Stateroom/Cabin44444
Staff55555
Formal Dining Food44444
Buffet Food33333
Room Service Food33333
Children's Programs33333
Entertainment44444
Spa & Fitness44444
Shore Excursions44444
Cruise Value44444
Debarkation44444
Reviews of Carnival Fantasy With the addition of the awesome aquatic amenities of Carnival WaterWorks, Serenity Adult-only Retreat and a tropical resort-style pool — more than ever — it’s time to stop the wishful thinking and book your cruise aboard CARNIVAL FANTASY. The CARNIVAL FANTASY suites have been furbished, and flat screen TVs have been added to the already enhanced staterooms.

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  1. The Stockwell Family
    Embarkation 33333
    Public Areas 44444
    Stateroom/Cabin 44444
    Staff 55555
    Formal Dining Food 44444
    Buffet Food 33333
    Room Service Food 33333
    Children’s Programs 33333
    Entertainment 44444
    Spa & Fitness 44444
    Shore Excursions 44444
    Cruise Value 44444
    Debarkation 44444

    Itinerary: 3 night cruise to Nassau

    Be Sure to Try: The shows.

    General Tips: Carnival Cruise Line is a good “starter cruise line” for people who have not cruised before. The prices are the lowest in the industry. However, because of the low prices and the targeted audience (young), it is known as “party boats” and is often quite loude. It was our first cruise and we were happy with it, but when compared with other cruise lines afterwards, it was clearly inferior.

    Dollarless Tips: For common excursions, it is much less expensive to book at the port than to book it on the ship. Children (at least children 5 and under) are often free when you book at the port, but not free if you book on the ship.

    Extra Comments and Suggestions: Get to know the ports before your cruise so that you’ll know what to expect so that you can make the most out of each port of call.

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Embarkation
Public Areas
Stateroom/Cabin
Staff
Formal Dining Food
Buffet Food
Room Service Food
Children's Programs
Entertainment
Spa & Fitness
Shore Excursions
Cruise Value
Debarkation