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Old 02-03-2010, 12:27 PM
 
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I have not been on those lines, but most cruises are the same, the ship buts together a lot of activities to do on board, and there are so many people you are bound to meet someone, just look at it as an adventure - good, bad or whatever -
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Old 02-03-2010, 12:32 PM
 
Location: Miami/ Washington DC
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They are okay. They are a much cheaper crusie line so expect less service and a family style middle class crowd. Also they have some nice new ships which are very tacky IMO but it apeals to their crowd. All the nice ships leave out of Miami and Ft. Lauderdale I would suggest (unless you like what I wrote above) Flying down taking a better crusie line to some nicer ports in NEW amazing ships.
Just my opinion. But I could never imagine having my honey moon on a Carnival Cruise line ship :/
But if the price is right and thats what fits your budget of course go for it. I have taken Carnival 3 times and have had a good time just not as good of a time I have had on other lines.
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Old 02-03-2010, 12:52 PM
 
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thanks everyone!

that is what everyone has said...carnival is for partying...and we arent the partying type...


does everyone think bermuda is a good honeymoon destination?
My understanding of RC's Bermuda cruise it is a little pricey and if I'm not mistaking just parks and that's it. Then back to NJ.
My wife and I celebrated our 20th aboard RC's Grandeur of the Seas Grandeur of The Seas Royal caribbean cruise ship: reviews, pictures, deck, photos, cruise deals.. Our stay was a suite with a private balcony, the altimate ocean front view. We took this trip back in 2004 at $3,000 for the both of us for 7 days with 6-7 stops. I can almost guarantee you could get a better bargain in todays market.
The advantage of taking this ship is its home is in Baltimore, MD. We drove from northern VA and was there at the ship in about an hour tops. The ship cruises down the Chesapeake then out into the Atlantic. A great trip and I highly recommend it for your honeymoon.
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