You will be elated when you walk into this ship's six story atrium lobby. The Carnival Elation was the first Carnival ship to be equipped with Azipod propulsion. This allows the ship to move in any direction using electric rotating motors instead of fixed propellers and a rudder. The theme for this ship is Muses Who Inspire Artists.
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Bob McGorkic 49 2 Progresso, Cozumel, Belize9 users found this review helpful.
Parking- We have now tried both the Port Authority parking and the Dolphin Parking lot. The price is about the same. (You can pay $7 more for a covered space at Dolphin.) The port...read more
Grace & Charles Bosch 31 1 Western Caribbean4 users found this review helpful.
This was our first time traveling on a cruise-liner and can honestly say we had a wonderful time on the Elation. Cabins: The rooms were small but then we did hear they were considered...read more
Joe & Diane 44 3 Western Caribbean4 users found this review helpful.
The ship is very nice and is laid out great. The atrium is beautiful! Our inside stateroom was nice. We had a king size bed and two pull down beds. The shower was bigger than we’ve seen...read more
Pamela K 49 3 Western Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
This was my first time on a Carnival ship. It was the beginning of Spring Break and you could certainly tell from the number of young children and teenagers. Next cruise for me will be...read more
David Wright 37 1 Western Caribbean3 users found this review helpful.
When arriving in Galveston Port, the weather was rainy and windy. Boarding the ship took a while, and was to be expected for the large number of people boarding. However, there was a...read more
Kamryn and Mark 32 1 Western Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
Carnival Cruise line Carnival Elation 7 Day Western Caribbean Kamryn and Mark Well What can I say. For the most part we had a good time, mainly because when we travel we...read more
Cyndee 42 3 Western Caribbean3 users found this review helpful.
We boarded the Elation (leaving Galveston) with little effort and not a lot of waiting in lines. We showed up at around 1pm. We were pleased with the location of our cabin on the Empress...read more
Gail Moss 57 3 Western Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
Space on this ship is more than adequate. Cabins are roomy for a ship and so are the bathrooms. Since this is a fairly new ship, everything is in really good shape. Food was much better than...read more
Pam Hfman 32 3 Western Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
Pam Hoffman We arrived at the pier around 11:00a.m. The pier is still being built up, but the interior of the building was very nice and clean. It didn't take very long for my...read more
VeAnn Davis 46 13 Western Caribbean3 users found this review helpful.
Carnival Elation was built in 1998. She is in terrific shape. Our 7 day cruise departed Galveston on October 26, 2003. Our scheduled ports of call were Progresso, Mexico, Cozumel, and...read more