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J-dizzle April 9th, 2008 09:22 PM

Carnival Triumph info! Por favor!
So I've been on here, but I've been too lazy to log on.

Anyways, my mom is about to book Carnival Triumph for June 29,2008.
I've been to both Cozumel and Grand Cayman, but she chose this one because she loves Cozumel and has been to every place but Jamaica.

So can someone give me some personal opinions about the ship???


pead April 9th, 2008 09:40 PM

my uncle has been on her may times n says its a great trip a lil bit older ship n he says it sometimes smells but all in all he seems to keep on going bak 4 a reason

FunshipFreddy27 April 9th, 2008 11:21 PM

the triumph is an above average ship. it's basically built for the party type and pool loving crowds. other than that theres not really much to do on sea days. the dining rooms are ultra fun though especially the Paris dining room. take advantage of club 02 because other than that theres nothing to do for a teen pretty much and the only smell i smelled was puke by one of the bars because someone got a little sea sick after dinner. but overall i had a great time on the triumph its my number 1 favorite outa my 5.

J-dizzle April 10th, 2008 11:11 PM


My mom doesn't do much on sea days except go find a quiet shady corner and read a book...weird I know. lol.

My little brother usually hangs around the pool or goes to Camp Carnival.

And on my sea days, I usually stay in bed to oh-my-gosh 30 then find some kind of trouble to get myself into for the day.

But people keep telling me that it's really hard to navigate.

All we've ever cruise was the fantasy class ships which are really easy to get through and my mom cruised on the Holiday, which she hated because it was small and she didn't like the layout of it.

FunshipFreddy27 April 11th, 2008 12:28 AM

the only hard to navigate decks are 3 and 4 i believe because of the dining rooms you have to walk up and down certain stairs mainly in the aft portion of the ship youll get used to it by the 2nd or 3rd day

Kristina99 April 12th, 2008 11:48 PM

Theyre not hard to navigate at all...

if you want to go from the front to the back of the ship (or back to front) just take deck 5 or 9 that way you have something to look at and it goes much faster than walking across a deck with cabins on it.

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