Carnival Cruise, Freeport

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Carnival Cruise Line is the world's largest cruise line based in Miami, Florida in the United States. It is a subsidiary of the American-British company Carnival Corporation & PLC, one of the largest travel and tourism companies in the world.

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Welcome to the page of Carnival Cruise. This is a place of interest in the city of Freeport in Bahamas. Although listed here, Carnival Cruise is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Freeport.

Home to bountiful attractions like Port Lucaya Marketplace, Pat And Diane Snorkeling, Unexso, Garden Of The Groves and Calabash Eco Adventures, there are many things to do in Freeport that you can explore on your visit.

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  • Great experience staff very friendly and very apt please you the ship is always maintained very nicely and clean entertainment and shows continuously never a boring moment. Food out of this world and plenty of it would recommend to anyone to take a cruise as a vacation other than driving and paying for a motel room. My best experience I've ever had.

  • We just got back from a GIRLS TRIP for a birthday celebration. We had a BLAST!!! Such an awesome time with meeting new friends and putting OUR STAMP on that cruise. THEY will remember our crew! GirlsTrip 2017 😊😊😊

  • WORST CRUISE EVER.. Sailed on the Magic for 8 days. We have been on several cruises over the past 20 years. By far this was the worst. Unless you are a soda junkie, do not pay for beverage package. Nowhere on their site did it tell you, you can bring 1 12 pack per person. 7.50 a day per person is outrageous. We booked a balcony cabin that was smaller than my bedroom at home. Food was below par. No breakfast or lunch in main dinning rooms. They have 1 dinning room opened for brunch on sea days only. Buffets are only open certain hours. If you want a burger 12-6pm only. Barbecue on sea days only 12-6. Others are 12-2:30. Main buffet is open till 9 pm. Only pizza and ice cream is 24/7. No midnight buffets, ice sculptures or hand carved fruit displays. Room service is available 24/7 for very limited menu, which half you have to extra for. If you are a drinker, be prepared to pay through the nose. Beer is 7.00 and drinks are 10.00. A bucket of 4 beers is 24.00 plus gratuity. Automatic gratuities for cruise are automatically added to your account at end of cruise @ 13.25 per person per day, which includes children. Family of 4 is over 400.00. Needless to say, Carnival has gotten their last dollar from me.

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  • We took a cruise on the Carnival Magic. We ended up not being able to return to our port in Florida due to Hurricane Irma. They kept us at sea, and despite getting free days, none of the service changed. We were treated just as well on the free days as we were on the scheduled days. Had a wonderful time, and the food and cabins were great.

  • My experience of Carnival's customer service over the past week has been terrible. I knew we were taking a chance booking a cruise during hurricane season, but I never imagined that if a hurricane did jeopardize our cruise, Carnival would handle it so poorly. Rather than just canceling our cruise when it was clear that the hurricane was going to be hitting our port the day we were supposed to leave, they kept insisting in every update that the cruise was still on. As if we were just going to leave in the middle of a hurricane. So we, living in Florida, had to prepare for the hurricane while also going to all this time and effort and spending all this money to prepare for a cruise that clearly was not going to happen. Because of course they give no refunds if the cruise somehow happens and you cannot make it, regardless of your circumstances. In special situations they will give you a "cruise credit," which is a slap in the face if you have been dealing with a lack of communication, unhelpful customer service reps, and overall just want your money back and do not want to have to deal with Carnival again in the future. Finally, after a ridiculous amount of delay based on the days of information we had on the projected path of the hurricane, Carnival announced our five-day cruise was being shortened to a four-day cruise, which we thought made sense and which we tried to get excited about. Then, at the last minute, after all the preparations that we made while also preparing for the hurricane itself, they sent us an e-mail saying they had sent our ship to Cuba (TOWARD the hurricane) on an earlier cruise, even though we all knew for DAYS that the hurricane was going to be hitting both Cuba (during the time frame of the cruise) and the port in Tampa (on the day the ship was supposed to return) and - what a surprise! - it was now stranded in Mexico and our cruise was canceled. After being jerked around for a week because Carnival is too money-hungry to just do what other cruise lines did and make safe, sound decisions about canceling cruises in a time frame that is fair to their customers, we will never book another Carnival cruise again.

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