Go Back   Cruise Critic Message Board Forums > Cruise Lines "P - Z" > Princess Cruises
 
Register here!
Forgot Your Password?


Notices

Princess Cruises
Read thousands of Princess Cruise Reviews from real cruisers and compare the best Princess Cruise Deals

NEW! Find Your PRINCESS Roll Call

Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #1  
Old March 27th, 2005, 02:42 PM
tjatczak's Avatar
tjatczak tjatczak is online now
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Hopkinsville, KY, USA
Posts: 1,058
Thumbs up Caribbean Princess March 12 - 19 Review

I have promised a review to many of my "cruise critic" friends, so here goes:

I am not an expert typist, so this will be more like random thoughts.

This was cruise #17 for my wife and myself (Carnival 8, Royal Caribbean 5 and this was #4 on Princess) we previously cruised on The Regal, Grand and Golden Princess. We are both mid 40's. Sailed with 2 other couples right around our age.

Overall 5 smiley faces out of 5 possible!

Embarkation? A breeze. But then again when the Princess transfer staff makes you stand around in the airport for close to 1 hour and you arrive on the ship AFTER the muster drill, check in will always be quick. No lines, but yes, the photographer was still on duty. I'm still not sure why the transfer staff did not seem in any hury to get us on board. This was the 1st time in 17 cruises that we missed the muster drill. A great commercial to arrive the day ahead. No weather problems, just the combined natural disaster of FLL Airport/ cruise/springbreak traffic. More on the airport later...

Once in our cabin, it was off to the pool bar to meet some cruise critic friends as well as another couple (friends of ours) that booked just 2 weeks before the cruise. I should mention that we were travelling with another couple (Patricia and Ray) and they had no idea (and neither did my wife) that these friends were meeting us onboard the ship. It was hard to keep a secret, but it was a great surprize! Also met up with 'Tommycruiser' who started the roll call thread long before we decided to cruise.

Food? Overall excellent to very good! Some things I remember well (dining room), the roast pork, the french onion soup, ceasars salad, escagot, prime rib, lobster tail, baked alaska...
Horizon Court and Caribe Cafe were very good also. Made to order omelets, and sea day eggs benedict were good. The seafood buffet was very good. I prefered the 'hot stuff' on formal nights. Crab legs, Caribbean lobster tails (a bit more 'shelly' than a traditional lobster tail ,but still excellent) shrimp and the other dishes were all excellent. There is something about filling a plate with all you can eat lobster tails, that can't be beat. If you like great sandwiches wait till the Horizon Court around 3pm (afternoon snack) greta choices, ham, turkey, salami, cheese, lettuce, tomato, just like the Carnival delis, however only available (that I saw) afternoons and sometimes late at night - not on the lunch buffet??????????
Pizza, burgers, etc...PIZZA (IMHO) WAS THE BEST CRUISE PIZZA I HAVE HAD. I ate way too much during the week. Note the pizza closed at 11:00pm, and the pizza in the Caribe Cafe later sat around too long and was not nearly as good. Burgers, hot dogs, fries and chicken at the poolside grill were good We were convinced though, the the newest food service staff works here, and it was hard to communicate what you wanted. A definite language barrier!
Here is my food complaint- free ice cream. Last year on the Golden, you could get ice cream for around 2 hours in the afternoon at the buffet. Here if you did not pay extra at "Scoops" you did not get it.

Sterling Steak House:
My NY strip was simply the best steak I have ever eaten. Similar reaction to the filets at our table. Our lone complaint was the ribeye, it seemed VERY fatty. The sauteed mushrooms were marvelous, as was the chocolate pecan pie and the peach fried turnover for dessert. I forgot to mention the yummy clam chowder as well as the spinach/ artichoke dip appetisers. Well worth the $15 per person. Be sure to have a "berry margarita" on the rocks.

Service:
We had late traditional seating and were moved after night 1 to accomadate our friends. Very good service overall. We dined with our cruise critic friends, Tom, Beth and Bob, and enjoyed our dinners very much. Jose our head waiter was great. He even arranged a fresh baked WHOLE apple pie for Bob, although it was never on the dinner menu. He had our waiter serve it and another waiter bring ice cream! When we set it up earlier in the day, we expected one piece, but got a whole pie. Needless to say, he enjoyed a nice tip from our table!

Entertainment:
Overall good. Bert Stratton was fantastic (however although cramped and crowded he was much better nightly in the Crooners Lounge then his one show in the Explorers Lounge) funny, entertaining talented, he has it all.
Production show, only saw "Let's Rock" and it was top level high school production at best. Missed moves, uninspired vocals, you get the picture. For the first time ever, my wife skipped the second one 'Caribbean Caliente' as the 'Vegas style' shows are usually her favorite. No inspiration after seeing "Lets Rock"
Comedians were funny, Carl Strong was my favorite. Miguel Washington and Steve Morris and others were good, not great
Komika is hard to explain. They performed two nights and yes it was me that Tina took a liking to during her last show. I thought I would hate their show, but actually found them an entertaining change of pace.
Never had a problem finding a seat (even arriving just before show time) in the Princess Theater. However The Explorers Lounge, specifically for Carl Strong and Bert Stratton were standing room only!

Casino:
The least crowded casino I have encountered on a cruise. Slots were actually good to us, as my DW won $150 early on the quarter machines, and I later won $250 on the dollars, then another $100 for DW on the quarters. We did give some back, but it was our first real profit in a cruise casino. Played some roulette (did horrible) and a little 3 card poker (did o.k.) but that was it.

MUTS:
We LOVED it!
During the day, it broke up the sun bathing/pool boredom. Movies like Grease, Finding Nemo, BIG, Spderman 2, Toy Story were shown and fun for all. You could go to one of the other pools if not interested. At night, the 2 rotating movies were 'Shall We Dance" and 'Becoming Julia' yuk! I think they could have done better here. I did like the transformation after 5:30 pm to a mini drive in theater complete with chair covers, popcorn, blankets and more. We saw some of the teen late night movies like Spderman 2 and Mean Girls also. I even stayed up until after 2:00am one night to watch "The Village". We did not have a late night Rocky Horror Picture Show, as I heard before cruising...
It was amazing how clear the screen was at all times during the day.

Cabin:
Upgraded to C622, extended balcony. It was nice also. The extended half open/half covered balcony was a nice touch. Room for 4 chairs and 2 tables plus!
Shower was small. I am a BIG guy, and I had the hardest time I've ever had getting around in the shower.
Lots of storage, Steward kept our ice full, although a couple of days he forgot beach towels and didn't get our room clean to early afternoon. Can't really complain overall!

Ports:
St. Thomas
Fantasy Day Sail (see seperate review)
http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=156243
St. Marteen
Duck Tour - in my opinion not worth $50 plus each. My previous 'duck' experience was in the Wisconsin Dells were they made good use of 'amphibious capabilities' In St. Marteen, once in the water and once around the bay and then once out was not as compelling. Plus their sound system sucked. Our guide was some entertainer from St. Marteen, and he cared a whole lot more about himself, then he did about giving us information. The rum punch. (complimentary) was awful! Find a better sight seeing tour if this is what you want.
Princess Cays
Day started out cloudy/rainey, so we spent a relaxing day onboard. All reports were that the island is back to it's beautiful self after the hurricane fixups. Sorry we missed the barbecue lunch

Ship:
Beautiful!
We did an open booking on board, and have already reserved the 10/8 cruise for us and our 13 year old son!
We did not have any lounge chair problems, and saw chairs being tagged for 30 minute in******** on a couple of days. Never experienced any long lines and always found a place to sit and eat without alot of searching.
Lots of spring breakers on board, and I wonder how some of them (that did not appear close to 21) always had alcohol, but that is not my problem. Saw some "very interesting" interaction between cute spring break college girls and male crew members, no wonder some people get into trouble ! Did not have any problems finding our way around after the first day or so.

Internet:
Always plenty of terminals, loved the no connection fee. Great way to stay in touch with the kids back home! Hey Princess, how about some 'Packages' witha price break for internet users?

Cruise Critic:
Because of our late arrival, we did not meet everyone. Leanne, hope you had a good time, perhaps we will meet in the future. Tom and Beth (and Bob) we had a great time at dinner, and too bad our darn horse didn't move just a little quicker Judi it was great to say hello, as it was to Sheri. Where was everyone Sunday night at 10????? Don't know much about Wes and others, stop back and say hello!

Disembarkation:
We had 'cream 6' and were off by 10am. Tranfers to the airport were much smoother. The airport was a DISASTER! We flew Delta and waited over 2 hours in line to check in. I DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHT FLL AND THE CRUISELINES DO NOT DO SOMETHING TO WORK ON THIS PROBLEM. it makes for a bad ending to a cruise. Every flight I saw (including ours0 was delayed. Maybe a few more security people or a few more well structured lines or something would help. Luckily we had a direct flight, so although late we didn't miss a connection like alot of others we met in the airport and on our flight. Our friends flew Southwest and check in was only 30 minutes but they left late so they missed aconnection. Interestingly, we were late arriving (and leaving Atlanta) because of the FLL air traffic, so it is a REAL problem. I'm not sure how to fix it, but there must be answer. I think there were 6 or 7 ships in port, and I heard that Sunday there were 9, so I guess it was even worse...I just cannot imagine.

O.K. I will be happy to answer any question that I can, we love cruising, and I think that we have decided except for the RCCL Voyager class, we love Princess the best. Overall my complaints are small, and this was our smoothest sailing, best weather cruise yet! As you can tell we loved the ship, because in less than7 days we have already booked her again!
__________________
Can't wait to cruise again!
Reply With Quote

Ad Sponsored By
  #2  
Old March 27th, 2005, 04:50 PM
emerald777's Avatar
emerald777 emerald777 is offline
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: Las Vegas
Posts: 1,833
Default

Sounds like you had a super time!! Congrats on keeping the secret, don't think I could do that!! Have a question, Ive asked in every review for a week and nobody has answered me yet! Did you see the splash pool area on the sports deck? Is it in shade or sun?? Thanks for the great review!!!!
__________________
JAN
Carnival Celebration - 4/96
Carnival Ecstacy - 4/97
RCCL Sovereign of the Seas - 9/03
Celebrity Galaxy - 3/04
RCCL Navigator of the Seas 8/04
Carnival Miracle - 2/05
PCL Caribbean Princess - 4/05
RCCL Grandeur of the Seas - 11/05
Carnival Liberty - 4/06
Costa Rica (Drydock for Overhaul) - 8/06
RCCL Freedom of the Seas - 10/06
Carnival Fantasy - 01/07
RCCL Serenade of the Sea - 05/07
RCCL Majesty of the Sea - 09/07
RCCL Mariner of the Sea - 12/07
PCL Crown Princess - 04/08
RCCL Sovereign of the Sea - 08/08
RCCL Serenade of the Sea - 11/08
RCCL Monarch of the Sea 4/2009
PCL Emerald Princess - 9/09
Carnival Destiny - 12/09
Carnival Sensation - 5/10
RCCL Oasis of the Sea - 9/10
Carnival Fascination - 12/10
Carnival Fascination - 08/11
NCL Spirit - 01/12
NCL Jewel - 02/12
NCL Sky - 03/12
RCCL Radiance of the Sea - 4/12
Carnival Pride - 9/12
RCCL Enchantment of the Sea - 4/13
RCCL Brilliance of the Sea - 1/14
NCL Star - 3/14


NCL Star
Reply With Quote

  #3  
Old March 27th, 2005, 07:25 PM
lynwar lynwar is offline
Blue Ribbon Cruiser
 
Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: Avon Park FL
Posts: 4,308
Default

Hi Ted,
I just knew you and the rest of your group would love this ship!! I'm kind of disappointed that we won't get to meet you in Oct, but have to give the Star a try to say we did!! Did you happen to run into a server up by the MUTS by the name of Uma? He was really pleasant with me. There should be more like him,although most of them up by that pool area were pretty nice.
PS. Our horse didn't win either. Lynne
Reply With Quote

  #4  
Old March 27th, 2005, 08:59 PM
TorontoTL's Avatar
TorontoTL TorontoTL is offline
Blue Ribbon Cruiser
 
Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: Toronto, ON, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Posts: 4,092
Default

When we were on the CB in Feb. you could get ice cream for free with all the fixings for a few hours in the afternoon in the Horizon Court.
__________________
Benny

Sunbird Mediterranean and Africa 07/99, Golden Princess Eastern Caribbean Nov/03, Sun Princess Southern Caribbean Apr/04, Star Princess Western Caribbean Nov/04, Caribbean Princess Eastern Caribbean Jan/05, Louis Hellenic Calypso Greek Islands Jun/05 Coral Princess Panama Canal Nov 4/05, Dawn Princess Mexican Riviera Jan 29/06, Sapphire Princess US Pacific Coastal May 13/06, Crown Princess Eastern Caribbean Sept 30/06, NCL Crown Bermuda Sept 23/07, Diamond Princess Hawaii Feb. 1/08, Emerald Princess Southern Caribbean Feb. 8/09, Caribbean Princess Canada New England Sept. 5/09, B2B Caribbean Princess Southern Caribbean Jan 24 and Jan 31/09, Crown Princess Canada Colonial America Oct 17/10, Ruby Princess Eastern Caribbean Nov. 6/11, Crown Princess Southern Caribbean Jan 28/12, Grand Princess Eastern Caribbean Feb 4/12, Crown Princess Greek Isles Oct 15/12, Royal Princess Eastern Caribbean Jan 26/14

Reply With Quote

  #5  
Old March 27th, 2005, 09:15 PM
cabana's Avatar
cabana cabana is offline
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Jan 2005
Posts: 1,048
Default

Splash pool in the aft is in the shade
Reply With Quote

  #6  
Old March 27th, 2005, 09:22 PM
emerald777's Avatar
emerald777 emerald777 is offline
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: Las Vegas
Posts: 1,833
Default

Cabana - Thank you very much!
__________________
JAN
Carnival Celebration - 4/96
Carnival Ecstacy - 4/97
RCCL Sovereign of the Seas - 9/03
Celebrity Galaxy - 3/04
RCCL Navigator of the Seas 8/04
Carnival Miracle - 2/05
PCL Caribbean Princess - 4/05
RCCL Grandeur of the Seas - 11/05
Carnival Liberty - 4/06
Costa Rica (Drydock for Overhaul) - 8/06
RCCL Freedom of the Seas - 10/06
Carnival Fantasy - 01/07
RCCL Serenade of the Sea - 05/07
RCCL Majesty of the Sea - 09/07
RCCL Mariner of the Sea - 12/07
PCL Crown Princess - 04/08
RCCL Sovereign of the Sea - 08/08
RCCL Serenade of the Sea - 11/08
RCCL Monarch of the Sea 4/2009
PCL Emerald Princess - 9/09
Carnival Destiny - 12/09
Carnival Sensation - 5/10
RCCL Oasis of the Sea - 9/10
Carnival Fascination - 12/10
Carnival Fascination - 08/11
NCL Spirit - 01/12
NCL Jewel - 02/12
NCL Sky - 03/12
RCCL Radiance of the Sea - 4/12
Carnival Pride - 9/12
RCCL Enchantment of the Sea - 4/13
RCCL Brilliance of the Sea - 1/14
NCL Star - 3/14


NCL Star
Reply With Quote

  #7  
Old March 27th, 2005, 09:34 PM
OrangeAndBlue's Avatar
OrangeAndBlue OrangeAndBlue is offline
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Jun 2001
Posts: 533
Default

Thanks for the great review - I'm there in less than 2 months and cannot wait!!!

Paul
Reply With Quote

  #8  
Old March 28th, 2005, 09:27 AM
laurashelby's Avatar
laurashelby laurashelby is offline
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: May 2003
Location: Baton Rouge, LA
Posts: 1,502
Smile

Great Review......sounds like you all had a great time Ted!! I was surprised to hear that the MUTS played during the day as well...I wouldn't think you could see the screen in the sunlight very well!

Laura
__________________
Laura

Enchanted Seas 9/93
Atlantic 12/94
Majestic 4/95
Grandeur of the Seas 8/97
Paradise 8/99
Ocean Princess 8/00
Navigator of the Seas 10/03
Mariner of the Seas 7/04
Conquest 10/05
Caribbean Princess 7/06
Voyager of the Seas 6/07
Splendour of the Seas 5/09
Golden Princess 5/10
Jewel of the Seas 5/14
Reply With Quote

  #9  
Old March 28th, 2005, 10:07 AM
jcike1980 jcike1980 is offline
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Nov 2002
Location: HORNELL,NEW YORK USA
Posts: 153
Thumbs up

Thanks for the review. Glad that you had a good time. JCIKE
Reply With Quote

  #10  
Old March 28th, 2005, 11:26 AM
SJACPA SJACPA is offline
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Mar 2005
Posts: 25
Default Totally Concur!!!!

My wife and I were on the same cruise (Baja 308) and had a great time. Our last cruise was seven years ago and we had a bad experience with Royal Caribbean. Princess exeeded all of our expectations! Food, room, entertainment, etc..

Sterlings Steakhouse was excellent. (TIP: make reservations as soon as possible) We did Personal Choice dining and had no problems. Again, its a good idea to make reservations, especially if you want a table for two. The boat was filled, yet there were still available chairs on the deck. Everybody appeared to have a good time despite the diverse age group.

We also had problems getting out of Fort Lauderdale Airport. The bus dropped us off at 10:30 a.m. but our flight didn't leave for Connecticut until 5:30 p.m. Its not that much fun sitting on your luggage for five hours.

I would not hesitate to recommend the Caribbean Princess to anyone.
Reply With Quote

  #11  
Old March 28th, 2005, 03:34 PM
muscleman muscleman is offline
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: Stafford, VA, USA
Posts: 435
Default

TJATCZAK

Was it hard to get an upgrade at the pier? This will be our first Princess Cruise depart April 9 and it's my first time on the Princess boards. Did you ever feel crowded on this ship with so many people? Is there an Adult only pool? For an average size person will the shower seem small?

thanks
Reply With Quote

  #12  
Old March 29th, 2005, 09:21 AM
tjatczak's Avatar
tjatczak tjatczak is online now
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Hopkinsville, KY, USA
Posts: 1,058
Default

Muscleman,
It was NOT a pier upgrade, our TA got us moved up a month or so before the cruise. It may have been a price reduction, all I know is we booked a guarantee, were assigned a cabin (low balcony) and soon we were mones to the Caribe deck, extended balcony.

Average person, no problem in the shower.

Adults only pool, yes, but it is the lap pool, with the machine to swim against the current, it is up near the spa.

NEVER, I repeat never, did we feel crowded. I really worried about this ahead of time, but we experienced no more of the occasional lines that we have on 16 previous cruises across Princess, Carnival and Royal Caribbean.

It was a great cruise!
Ted
__________________
Can't wait to cruise again!
Reply With Quote

  #13  
Old March 30th, 2005, 12:14 PM
muscleman muscleman is offline
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: Stafford, VA, USA
Posts: 435
Default

Thanks tjatczak for the info. We only have 10 days left before we depart. I see you have been on RCCL also. How do you rank this ship to the RCCL ships?
Reply With Quote

  #14  
Old March 31st, 2005, 08:42 AM
tjatczak's Avatar
tjatczak tjatczak is online now
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Hopkinsville, KY, USA
Posts: 1,058
Default

Although we like the Voyager class, its hard to pass up the Princess grand class.
The Voyager class 'royal promenade" is a great place on those ships, but fresh water pools, a pinch better service, and a BIG kicker, i just think that Princess is doing a better job with pricing, making them hard to resist.

Ted
__________________
Can't wait to cruise again!
Reply With Quote

  #15  
Old March 31st, 2005, 12:10 PM
muscleman muscleman is offline
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: Stafford, VA, USA
Posts: 435
Default

We really like the Voyager Class ships. The Royal Promenade is a nice place to people watch and have a lite snack. I do like Princess prices. We sail again in July on the Exployer of the Seas with family and friends so I can really compare the two cruise lines.
Reply With Quote

  #16  
Old April 1st, 2005, 05:23 PM
hotshot99's Avatar
hotshot99 hotshot99 is offline
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Northern CA
Posts: 190
Default We were there with you...

We were on the 3.12 Sailing on the CP. There were 13 in our group. Seven had never cruised before and they all booked another cruise. We had a great time. The weather was great until we almost didn't get to go to Princess Cays. What an awesome place. Make sure you check out the little market behind the beach, more of the local stuff is being sold back there and more dealing can be done. Overall a great trip, we booked another cruise and can't wait till be do it all over again.
Reply With Quote

  #17  
Old April 1st, 2005, 11:38 PM
Shelly97060's Avatar
Shelly97060 Shelly97060 is offline
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: Oregon
Posts: 789
Default thanks

Thanks, we are thinking about booking CB for a future trip so I appreciate your review.
Reply With Quote

  #18  
Old April 11th, 2005, 07:34 PM
nealthedeal's Avatar
nealthedeal nealthedeal is offline
Cool Cruiser
 
Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: florida, usa
Posts: 1,309
Talking

Hey TED THANKS! I can't wait to give er a go!
__________________
CARNIVAL FASCINATION 1/24/03
GRAND PRINCESS 7/27/03
NAVIGATOR OF THE SEAS 10/11/03
CARNIVAL SPIRIT 12/6/03
CARNIVAL FASCINATION 2/06/04 & 06/11/04
CELEBRITY HORIZON 4/11/04
MAJESTY OF THE SEAS 7/23/04
CARNIVAL SENSATION 7/29/04
CARNIVAL FASCINATION 8/20/04
CARNIVAL FANTASY 9/02/04 CARNIVAL FASCINATION 09/17/04, 10/01/04 & 11/19/04
CARNIVAL IMAGINATION 11/04/04,12/02/04 & 12/16/04
CARNIVAL FANTASY 12/09/04
CARNIVAL IMAGINATION 01/27/05 & 02/24/05
CARNIVAL LEGEND 3/27/05
CARNIVAL IMAGINATION 4/07/05
CARNIVAL INSPIRATION 5/19/05 & 06/16/05
CARNIVAL INSPIRATION 8/11/05
CARNIVAL IMAGINATION 8/25/05
CARNIVAL INSPIRATION 9/22/05
CARNIVAL FASCINATION 10/21/05
CARNIVAL INSPIRATION 11/17/05
ENCHANTMENT OF THE SEAS 12/15/05
GRANDEUR OF THE SEAS 1/05/06 & 02/02/06
CARNIVAL INSPIRATION 2/23/06 & 05/04/06& 5/18/06
FREEDOM OF THE SEAS 6/25/06
CARNIVAL INSPIRATION 7/13/06
CARNIVAL IMAGINATION 8/10/06
SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS 9/1/06
CARNIVAL IMAGINATION 9/21/06 & 10/19/06
CARNIVAL IMAGINATION 11/16/06 & 12/14/06
CARNIVAL IMAGINATION 3/08/07
COSTA MEDITERRANEA 3/25/07
CARNIVAL INSPIRATION 4/19/07
ENCHANTMENT OF THE SEAS 5/17/07
CARNIVAL LIBERTY 07/21/07
CARNIVAL INSPIRATION 08/23/07
CARNIVAL FASCINATION 09/10/07
CARNIVAL INSPIRATION 10/04/07
CARNIVAL IMAGINATION 11/15/07
NAVIGATOR OF THE SEAS 11/29/07
CARNIVAL LIBERTY 11/08/08
CARNIVAL MIRACLE 03/29/09
CARNIVAL IMAGINATION 10/05/09
CARNIVAL GLORY 05/02/10 CARNIVAL VALOR 11/14/10
CARNIVAL INSPIRATION 09/10/11
CARNIVAL LEGEND 04/15/12
CARNIVAL LIBERTY 08/25/12 CARNIVAL VALOR 12/2/12
CARNIVAL VICTORY 02/28/13
CARNIVAL PARADISE 05/09/13 & 08/15/13
CARNIVAL PARADISE 01/30/14 & 07/31/14
CARNIVAL VICTORY 04/10/14 & 05/22/14
CARNIVAL LIBERTY 08/09/14
CARNIVAL BREEZE 07/05/14 & 09/27/14
Reply With Quote

Reply

Bookmarks


Ad Sponsored By
Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Forum Jump


All times are GMT -4. The time now is 05:38 PM.


© 1995 - 2014, The Independent Traveler, Inc. All rights reserved.
"A Community of People Who Love To Cruise"
All of the information contained within Cruise Critic is protected by copyright. You may, however, download a single copy only for your personal use.