Carnival Pride 7 Night Cruise Departing September 1st 2013Tweet
Sailing for Carnival, Carnival Pride was built in 2002. Carnival Pride has a top sailing speed of 24 kn. Carnival Pride holds a total of 2124 passengers. Carnival Pride is operated by a crew of 930. Ship Mate users have rated Carnival Pride a 4.4 out of 5.
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Sailed Easter week-A first out of Baltimore, easy port and getting on ship was smooth ... 5 cruise but first on Carnival...dining service was little below other ships and the food definately was (except for Guys Burges!) in dining room. First night I informed waiters my daughter (age 23) was allergic to ALL tree nuts, he said ok...she ordered a spring vegetable roll as a starter and the sauce in the side had pine nuts in it!!! First night we spent in medical ward. I complained and they turned it in us that she should have been listed as a special needs guest!?! She is not special needs she has allergies! We always told our head waiter in other cruise and it was handled. We complained and didn't any compensation!?? A small onboard credit, a bottle of wine, nothing....also the buffet does not label all ingredients so becareful if you have food allergies. The staff needs to be better trained how serious nut allergies could be! On a lighter note, loved our room the ship the alchemy bar and grand Turks was fun and half moon cay was simply amazing!!! Also the comedy shows were great!!!!!khelstow65, 05/12/2015
Took Pride out of Baltimore May 3-10. This was my first time on this very nice ship. Ports of call were good but more on that in a minute. The ship is smaller than the Breeze and Dream but its still a good size. Just right amount of passengers. Never had a problem with finding a deck chair. Never waited for elevators or waited in any long lines for food. The crew was as nice and hard working as Ive seen on any ship. The captain was able to manuever around a tropical storm which never really provided anything but a little rough seas and rain for most of one day. The ports were Grand Turk, Half Moon Cay, and Freeport. Freeport offers very little. It did provide some great shots of funnel clouds from a passing storm. It never becsme a dangerous situation. Overall this is a great boat, sailing from a convenient port with some good ports of call. Would do this ship again.cowboyjohn, 05/11/2015