Carnival Cruises Conquest Reviews

Carnival Conquest, Carnival Carnival Conquest, Carnival The Carnival Conquest is one of the largest cruise ships in the world and the first of the Conquest class of Carnival Cruise Lines. She cruises since 2002 in the waters of the Caribbean and 290 meters in length and 35 to 38 meters, width space for a total of 3730 people. The majority of the spacious cabins have ocean views and many have private balconies. They are all air conditioned and equipped with two beds, a private bathroom, TV, telephone, luxury bedding, carpeting and bathrobes.

The Carnival Conquest is the ideal place of entertainment for everyone, because it houses a library, several swimming pools, a casino, a spacious spa area with sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi and offers a variety of sports such as aerobics and golf courses, basketball, jogging trail and a state- fitness center. Variety is not a foreign word. In the evening attract various shows, live bands, comedy performances, a fun karaoke bar and a variety of clubs, bars and lounges offering a wide range of entertainment. Even the younger guests arrive at Camp Carnival and Club 02 at their expense.

Various buffets or exquisite restaurant with service to ensure your physical well-being. The bistro overlooking the sea there is a free choice of food as well as pizza and soft serve ice cream around the clock. Or dine at an additional cost in the selected specialties restaurant.

While the floating resort for all the family making its way through Caribbean waters, you will experience a variety of entertainment and relaxation at the highest level - a unique cruise experience with the Carnival Conquest!

2008-04-06 13:59:49 by BacchusGal

Try Princess or Royal Caribbean. I like Holland

America too. I avoid Carnival like the plague, and Norwegian is sketchy, I don't know if I'd sail it again.
Cruises are a great way to travel if you want to visit several places for a short period of time, but only unpack your suitcases once. They are NOT good for in-depth exploration of any port.
Be prepared to face on-board charges such as for sodas and alcohol, higher than on land of course. However, since meals are included, it can be a very affordable way to travel.
Check out for ship and cruise reviews. A good resource for discounted cruises is

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