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Hello! We are taking a quick Bahamas cruise on the Liberty in a few weeks and have a few questions since it's been so long since our last Carnival cruise.

 

1. Does Carnival still have those delicious chocolate lava cakes in the MDR for dessert? What about lobster on a 3 night even if there is no formal night?

2. RCCL does an adult game show called the Quest. Does Carnival do anything like that?

3. Are there showers in the gym for public use?

 

Thank you!!

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Oh, and has anyone had any luck getting their balcony dividers open in a connecting room?

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1. Yes, melting cake is still there for dessert.

2. Secret quest game will appear in fun times.

3. Never tried.

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1. Yes, melting cake is still there for dessert.

2. Secret quest game will appear in fun times.

3. Never tried.

Sorry, 3. Yes.

 

Dividers: never tried.

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Hello! We are taking a quick Bahamas cruise on the Liberty in a few weeks and have a few questions since it's been so long since our last Carnival cruise.

 

1. Does Carnival still have those delicious chocolate lava cakes in the MDR for dessert? What about lobster on a 3 night even if there is no formal night?

2. RCCL does an adult game show called the Quest. Does Carnival do anything like that?

3. Are there showers in the gym for public use?

 

Thank you!!

 

No lobster on a 3 night cruise

There are showers in the locker rooms for public use.

Dividers being opened depends on which cabins you want opened. They will only open the divider if it swings towards a window, not a door. The cabins are laid out back to back, meaning if you look at the side of the ship, you will see two doors, then two windows, two doors, two windows, etc. They will only open the divider if covers the window.

 

In some cases, all you have to do is ask your steward to open it. Lately, we (occupants from both cabins) have had to go to Guest Services and request it. They will then check a list and see if it can be opened. Then they contact the steward and they will open it.

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Hello! We are taking a quick Bahamas cruise on the Liberty in a few weeks and have a few questions since it's been so long since our last Carnival cruise.

 

1. Does Carnival still have those delicious chocolate lava cakes in the MDR for dessert? What about lobster on a 3 night even if there is no formal night?

The 3-day cruise to the Bahamas on Liberty included a Formal night for us on our recent cruise.

 

But no lobster. :(

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The 3-day cruise to the Bahamas on Liberty included a Formal night for us on our recent cruise.

 

But no lobster. :(

 

it did? oh, good to know!!

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Yep, the evening of the Port call at Nassau - i.e. the first full day. Next day was sea day, then the next day was back at Port Canaveral. :loudcry:

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What about lobster on a 3 night even if there is no formal night?

 

There is a formal night on a 3 day Liberty cruise...it will be on your Nassau shore day on the second day.

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