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wondering about compairison between carnival ships

Discussion in 'Carnival Cruise Lines' started by carcandy479, Jun 14, 2011.

  1. carcandy479

    carcandy479 Active Member

    My family and i have been on 8 cruises and all on the conquest. was wondering if anyone has cruised both the conquest and the triumph. how do they compaire to each other?
     
  2. Jamman

    Jamman Carnival Specialist Community Sponsor

    You will feel right at home on the Triumph. The Conquest class is essentially a stretched (60 ft longer) version of the Triumph class, and the layout of the ship is virtually the same. In addition there will be about 220 less pax on the Triumph, based on double occupancy. The one thing that I do miss when cruising on the Triumph, is that there is no Steakhouse.
     
  3. Gayle V

    Gayle V Cruiser's Compass Editor

    I just gotta ask this: Why so many cruises all on the same ship? There are so many ships you could try.
     
  4. carcandy479

    carcandy479 Active Member

    thanks for the info.

    My husband just loves change. He didn't want to try another ship. and at every port we continued to see different things or we would take people with us who had never been so it was always like a new cruise.
     
  5. Cruizer

    Cruizer Well-Known Member

    The Triumph is just like the Conquest, except 10% smaller.
     
  6. carcandy479

    carcandy479 Active Member

    Well heres the news thank you all for your help. We are going on the Triumph. :) looking forward to it. Key West, Freeport and Nussas all new places. hip hip huray.
     
  7. Peddler

    Peddler Active Member

    One reason may be that some don't fly...We have been on the Conquest 4 times, the Ecstasy 2 times, The Rhapsody of the Seas 2 times and the Voyager once, all sailed from Galveston. We will now have the CCL Magic this year, The CCL Triumph this fall and next year the Mariner OTS, the Grand Princess and in 12 the Disney Magic all from Galveston.
     
  8. Cruizer

    Cruizer Well-Known Member

    I don't know anyone that flies. However, there are quite a few birds that are able to fly.
     
  9. Peddler

    Peddler Active Member

    One in every crowd.
     
  10. HoLLyWoOoD

    HoLLyWoOoD New Member

    I saw the S.S. United States several years back, in Philadelphia. It has been purchased by a conservancy group and will soon undergo restoration.
     

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