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Overview: Volendamhas the flow, artwork and comfortable feeling that repeat passengers will recognize from almost any ship in the Holland America Line (HAL) fleet....

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Cruise Reviews - Carnival Cruises - Carnival Triumph

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CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Mexico

on 21st May 2012, By

We travelled from austin with friends to galveston. our group was made up of three over sixties, three thirty something’s and four boys under the age of eleven. the embarkation went without a...

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CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Caribbean

on 18th Oct 2009, By

We travelled on the carnival Triumph from Miami it was awesome reservations did not take more than 30mins cabin balcony all you could ask for and more clean and comfortable bed did not extra paying...


CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / North America

on 22nd Sep 2009, By

We stayed in Miami for 3 days then cruised the western carribean on this wonderfull ship we had a lovely balcony room plenty of room very clean cleaned every day also bed turned down for you food...


CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Caribbean

on 8th May 2009, By

Just returned from our first cruise, not only with Carnival, but first cruise ever. There was a party of six (3couples) and we did back-to-back cruises out of Miami on the Triumph. Western...

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CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Caribbean

on 7th Sep 2008, By

Carnival Triumph was our irst cruise in Jan 2007, great overall. Started with an overnight stay in Miami at a Marriot hotel. Wonderful hotel, ridiculous sized meal portions (MASSIVE!), good bar,...


CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Caribbean

on 28th Jul 2008, By

The check in area was very busy check in took us nearly two hours. The emergency drill took place at exactly the same time as embarkation. Our final morning our Steward entered the cabin whilst...

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CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Caribbean

on 9th May 2008, By

Having cruised before with Ocean Village 1 and 2,and cruised with smaller companies on a Nile cruise and a Greek Island/Turkey cruise,I was really looking forward to cruising with a market leading...


CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Caribbean

on 14th Mar 2008, By

Carnival beats the rest again only 10% single supplement and free upgrade to large disabled room same high standards of food and service.

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CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Caribbean

on 1st Feb 2008, By

Arrival It took us almost an hour and a half to get through the terminal and get our cabin cards. A little long I thought. Cabin Better than expected and a good size. We had booked a balcony...


CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Caribbean

on 6th Jan 2008, By

I went on Carnival Triumph with my family of three generations. This was our first cruise and we all thoroughly enjoyed it, it offered something for the whole family. Carnival offered a high...


CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Caribbean

on 29th Dec 2007, By

Very welcoming ship with spacious and comfortable cabin (standard outside double). Restaurant was used for breakfasts - very good, and Dinner - good service but food standards not good. Lunches...


CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Caribbean

on 5th Dec 2007, By

I have sailed about 23 times, my wife is a ex Celebrity maitre d The food was very poor, we did not eat at the buffet the smell was enough, tried to invoke the satifaction guar and leave the ship...

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CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Caribbean

on 30th Oct 2007, By

Just returned from an 11 day stay and cruise with American Cruiseline Carnival on the stunning ship, The Triumph, three days in Miami and 7 days cruising the Bahamas and Caribbean - absolutely...


CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Caribbean

on 6th Mar 2007, By

Let me tell you about our experience with the Carnival Triumph. We got married on Feb 24/07 at the Port of Miami before sailing. Our room was water damaged, carpet was wet and pulled up...


CARNIVAL CRUISES / Carnival Triumph / Caribbean

on 28th Feb 2007, By

Got off to a bad start at the airport as the rep left us stranded for three hours but the hotel made up for the hassle when we finally arrived the room was fabulous.I must say i wasnt too keen on...

Jo Cunningham's blog

Late flight back from Singapor...

By Jo Cunningham

Singapore is now a major cruise port and the main embarkation point for exploring Vietnam, Thailand and the rest of the Far East. However a wonderful week or two of sightseeing and relaxing can be easily spoilt by the final day as unfortunately the majority of flights heading back to the UK depart late into the evening, often close to midnight. Whilst Changi airport may be large the thought of disembarking your ship at 9 am and sitting at an airport for 12 hours is enough to prevent many peo...

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Oct 26 2016 05:29PM

Turkish Delight

By Charlene Thackeray

Charlene Thackeray's blog

I have just come back from a great week in Turkey. So many people thought I was crazy before we went. I was told it was not safe by so many people you know what? They were all wrong!Turkey has really suffered this year with visitor numbers down on the last few years. There have been problems in Turkey this year with bomb attacks in Istanbul and the recent coup. I spoke to locals and they didnt even know why or how the coup happened but again it was in Istanbul. The holiday resorts are hours a...

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Oct 25 2016 08:28AM

Hamburg, So Good they BUILT It Twice.

By Henry Ward

Henry Ward's blog

The RatHaus or Town hall in hamburg, sorry I cut off the bottomOn our recent cruise with the wonderful MSC SPLENDIDA, we visited Hamburg, a wonderful city with a blend of old and new, canals and waterways, fountains and statues, parks and gardens, shipping and ports and of course it had to all be re built.We are wandering down the main shopping plaza, all new glass and concrete buildings, surrounded by the locals shopping for their everyday needs and more, when my father in law stops and thin...

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Oct 24 2016 08:42AM