So is there Bingo on the Conquest...is it those digi machines or what? Anyone know. Also what kind of day activities are there on the ship....and is it true there are salt water pools? Is there a movie theatre (like I am going to have time?).
There is Bingo but it's a "punch out" type of card. NO bingo dobbers neeed. Although I did bring a bunch of my dobbers on my fist cruise just in case.
Yes, the pools are salt water and the hot tubs are not so hot.
There is no movie theatre on the ship but the cabin TV's offer some movies. There was always something going on in the main . . . what do you call it?? . . . .ball room?? . no that's not it . . . where they have the comedy shows and Las Vegas type dancing. I'm sure somebody else can tell you what they call it. Maybe after my coffee my brains will kick in!!
Day time activities are planned for non-port days. There was the hairy chest competition, galley tours and lots of other things to enjoy. Don't forget the water slide! I never felt bored that's for sure! We enjoyed it so much, we're going again in 13 days! Most cruise directors have their own plans for entertainment but they all basically stick with what works.
Oh yes, there is bingo...real games played in the show lounge several times a day. Cards on the 2 Carnival ships I've been on are $10 each (you usually only play once on a card) or 3 for $20. Bingo is almost always played (among other times) right before the shows. If you play Bingo you'll get a good seat for the shows.
Yes, Carnival has saltwater pools.
Day activities? Too many to name. Someone on this site has their own website with a copy of the Carnival Capers (newsletter you receive each night for the next day's activities) posted.
CarnivalSensation February 2015
Carnival Dream November 2015
Carnival Fascination April 2014
Carnival Elation March 2011
Carnival Imagination Sept 2007
Carnival Sensation Dec 2006
RCI Sovereign of the Seas Sept 2006
Carnival Miracle Sept 2005
Carnival Glory Sept 2004
Carnival Fantasy Jan 2004
OH! I forgot to mention that Bingo isn't the typical "go to bingo" type game. They play one or two games before a show and the cards, if I remember right, are $10 each. I was a bit disapointed. I was ready to spend a couple hours playing bingo and that didn't happen.