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 Carnival Conquest

Carnival Conquest was launched in the fall of 2002 and is one of the largest ships in Carnival's fleet. At 110,000 tons and longer than three football fields, she offers a myriad choices in entertainment, dining and activities as you venture around the Caribbean. Designed with Impressionism in mind, this beauty of a ship has a series of wonderful public spaces named for masters of impressionist art. Enjoy dinning on the Conquest in the Renoir or Monet dinning rooms or partake in fine dinning in the Supper Club. After dinner head to an evening at The Blue's Piano Bar or catch a fabulous production show in the Toulouse-Lautrec Show Lounge. The Conquest also includes Club O2, a night club for teens only!

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 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Charlotte Odom 71 13 Bahama Cruise

    We have been cruising with Carnival Starting in 2008 for a total of 13 cruises. We like the informal friendly atmosphere that Carnival offers, but the food has always been below more

    15 users found this review helpful.
  • Katie Kunhart 27 3 Grand Cayman Island

    Beware cruisers! Rebecca with Parfait Weddings was supposed to plan my wedding in Grand Cayman. When our ship was unable to dock due to inclement weather, she kept more than $1000.00 in what more

    13 users found this review helpful.
  • Tara 27 4 Western Caribbean

    This was my 4th cruise, and my 3rd with Carnival. My husband and I went with another couple, and stayed in the largest category of suites. Check-in was great, as we did VIP, and skipped more

    19 users found this review helpful.
  • Melissa 32 1 Western Carribean

    This was our first cruise, and we had the best week of our lives on this boat until... it was time to go home. We had paid for the transfer service to make sure we got to the airport on time, so more

    43 users found this review helpful.
  • Ryan Rogers 23 2 beach vacation

    Spring break is the most expensive time of the year to go, but don't expect it to be any better than going in January. The only thing I was happy with was our room steward took great care of more

    10 users found this review helpful.
  • First Time 60's 1 Bahamas

    Carnival Conquest Feb 27-Mar 6, 2011 Nassau & Freeport, Bahamas & Key West, FL · Entertainment stank. Bad every nite except for one magician lady. She was good. Rest bad and “ more

    17 users found this review helpful.
  • Donna 41 1 Carribean

    This was my husband's and my first cruise! I have always wanted to go on one, but my husband never did. We recieved the trip as a gift. WE LOVED IT! We loved it so much, we booked the more

    36 users found this review helpful.
  • Rosalind 59 1 Galveston

    This was my first cruise. Evening dining was the best. It was more commercial than I realized. Loved Cayman Beach and Cozumel. Room was fine except no safety bars and I fell in the shower. more

    9 users found this review helpful.
  • M Jackson 54 12 Western Caribbean

    My husband and I love crusing. We taken 12 cruises and they were all good. This cruise was a little below average for us. The food on the breakfast and lunch buffet on the lido deck was more

    69 users found this review helpful.
  • Judy 61 3 Eastern Carribean

    We had a cold front passing through the Gulf the weekend we left, so the water was a little rough for me. But the Carnival Conquest is a large ship and overall handled the weather okay. more

    32 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Carnival Cruise Lines
  • Capacity (double occupancy):2974
  • Builder:Kvrner Masa-Yards
  • Full Capacity:3700
  • Inaugurated:2002
  • Space Ratio:36.9 / 29.7
  • Gross Tonnage:110,000
  • Crew:1160
  • Length:95
Excerpts from Carnival's Website about Carnival Conquest

The extraordinary new CARNIVAL CONQUEST will be the largest "Fun Ship" in our fleet. She's designed so that 60% of her staterooms offer magnificent ocean views. Of those, 60% feature private balconies. Imagine sailing from New Orleans, a city known for its rich European heritage and fun-loving atmosphere, to the best of the Western Caribbean, aboard this magnificent vessel. Discover the beauty and excitement of Ocho Rios, Grand Cayman and Playa del Carmen/Cozumel, as only Carnival can show it to you.