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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
  • Racheal Parker 38 2 Jamaica

    Me and two of my sisters went all over the age of 30 the ship is beautiful and huge the couple of gripes I had about the whole thing was our room was on the 8th deck which was under the Lido more

    7 users found this review helpful.
  • Ronnie Selders 49 6 western carribean

    This was my 6th cruise,the first on this ship I was pleased with all aspects of my cruise.If I had to do it over I would probally arrive earlier to the cruise terminal and use a different more

    25 users found this review helpful.
  • Mike Konvicka 56 6 Bahamas

    Very different from Royal Carribean- A smaller ship than we were used to Most of staff was friendly Had positive and negative things- Was easy to learn and get around the more

    17 users found this review helpful.
  • Samantha 17 1 Eastern Carribean

    This was my first cruise, and I was NOT impressed. The service was terrible and apparently their definition of "all inclusive" is different from mine. There were hidden fees for pretty more

    34 users found this review helpful.
  • Anthony 40 9 Gulf of Mexico

    We had a ball. The good points: Excellent food (especially the formal dining menu), clean state rooms, shows were pretty amazing (especially the magician lady from Venezuela), service more

    99 users found this review helpful.
  • Deb 53 3 Western Caribbean

    We were scheduled to stop in Grand Cayman Mar 4, 2010, but sailed by it when the captain announced that due to weather the port was closed and that they were unable to tender us in. A man was more

    74 users found this review helpful.
  • Jeri 59 11 Western Caribbean

    We live in Oklahoma and cruise out of Galveston because it is a drivable distance. We had been loyal RCCL cruisers for over 15 years; but were paying for our whole extended family(7 adults, more

    279 users found this review helpful.
  • Sarah 24 1 Western Caribbean

    This was my first cruise and my boyfriend's 2nd cruise. We're both in our mid twenties. We had heard mixed things about Carnival and we liked the price and look of the ship and itinerary. We more

    156 users found this review helpful.
  • Taka 49 2 carribbean

    It's always fun just to be on a cruise, but pick your ship wisely. Compared to a previous cruise with Royal Carribean, Carnival Conquest is at the bottom of the barrel in facilities like pool size, more

    98 users found this review helpful.
  • Marsha 60 1 Western Carribean

    The Carnival Conquest adventure was superb! The staff, from the Officers to the Cabin Stewards were wonderful. We loved dining in the splendid supper club, The Point, on the 11th deck. more

    86 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.