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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Sophia Pappas 28 1 Western Caribbean3 users found this review helpful.
Fun, Fun, This is a fun party ship. Four of us took the Elation out of Galveston, Texas a few weeks ago. This Western Caribbean cruise makes ports of call were Progresso, Mexico,...read more
S Owens 57 2 Western Caribbean
Arrived at dock to unload luggage and found mass confusion due to debarkation of previous passengers. Best to park in Port Authority parking and allow shuttle to take you to dock. There were...read more
Bonnie Panattoni 60 one Panama Canal2 users found this review helpful.
We just got back from 2 wks aboard the Elation; going from Long Beach CA to Galveston TX - via Acapulco, Panama Canal, Ocho Rios Jamaica, and Cozemel. This was my first cruise and I enjoyed...read more
John and Kim 50 11 Mexican Rivera2 users found this review helpful.
We just got back from sailing on the Elation today, the 29th of June. I can not say enough good things about the ship and crew. The crew was always painting polishing and washing the...read more
William Freeman 57 15 Mexican Riviera4 users found this review helpful.
This was our tenth [or so] cruise with Carnival, and our sixth to the Mexican Riviera. We are unashamedly big fans of Carnival and of the West coast of Mexico. We are...read more
Peter 55 1 Mexican Riviera4 users found this review helpful.
I'll preface my remarks by saying that I am not one who considers a cruise to be the vacation of choice, so if my remarks are a bit jaded, take that into consideration. Just because...read more
Joe Maxwell 41 2 Mexican Riviera3 users found this review helpful.
Anyone thinking about a cruise should defiantly consider this one. A whole week of fun and relaxation. The crew was wonderful, the food was excellent-and you can eat anytime of the day or...read more
Brenna McNamara 28 2 Mexican Riviera2 users found this review helpful.
The grand atrium is the first thing you see when you walk in, it is beautiful. The room had plenty of space for my family of four. With two bunk beds. We had a window and getting a window...read more
Taralee Brady 30 1 Mexican Riviera5 users found this review helpful.
The reviews I read were so helpful in planning for our first cruise, I just had to write one of my own. We took this cruise for our 10th wedding anniversary; my husband and I originally were...read more
David 38 1 Mexican Riviera2 users found this review helpful.
This was our first cruise, it was very good. I will keep this short. Boarding the boat...They said boarding starts at 1pm. We got there at about 1pm to find a HUGE line. CHECK your bags with...read more