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Old 06-20-2007, 07:29 AM
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How old is the Carnival Victory??
(2) Is this a nice ship

(3) is this one of the lagerer ships or is it a small one?
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Old 06-20-2007, 07:34 AM
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It is not terribly old. It was the ship calss before they began the Conquest class. It is not as big as the Conquest class, but still fairly large. I can't give you details because I can't seem to get into Carnivals website right now.

yes, it is a nice ship. The drawback being one less set of buffet lines, so the buffet area can get a little crowded. And there is no Supper Club. But other than that she has all that you need.
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Old 06-20-2007, 07:49 AM
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Well from all I know is a good ship, the mother of a good friend always was telling me that she did not like carnival and keep asking me why I was so carnival cruise line addict.
She is diabetic so she has to watch everything she eats so she keep telling me that Princess cruises was the cruise line for her…
Then as a gift, my friend pay her a cruise in the carnival Victory and now she thinks different of carnival, she liked so much she even consider to travel again with Carnival because of this ship… so it most be a good one
As for the info in the carnival Victory:

Built: 2000
Refurbished: 2005
Passengers: 2,758
Tonnage: 102,000
Registry: Panama
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I have been on Victory twice. It is a wonderful ship, with beautiful dining rooms, great staff, wonderful entertainment, and diverse activities for everyone. You will not go wrong.
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Old 06-20-2007, 04:08 PM
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Carnival Victory entered service in 2000, according to the Carnival Web site, and she is approximately 102,000 gross tons. She's the third (and last) in the Destiny class, which also includes Carnival Destiny and Carnival Triumph.

We were onboard last year and found her beautiful. The decor is not nearly as garish as it looks in online photos. We thought her to be a nice ship and we'd definitely consider a return.
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Old 06-20-2007, 04:21 PM
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We will be finding out Sept 29th!!

Looking forward to the 7 day to New England/Canada. We do expect it to be a "different" cruise than to the Caribbean. (maybe more like Alaska~which was actually pretty warm in July).
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If you go on vacationstogo.com and follow through cruise lines than, Carnival, than Victory you will find a page that tells all about the ship. This is a great site.
I was on the Victory in Dec '05 and loved it. The ships layout is awsome. I booked on the Triumph which is a sister ship of the Victory last Sept. and booked again this Dec on the Triumph.
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Old 06-20-2007, 07:28 PM
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Wow, you mean you can actually go to the website of the cruise line and find out all the technical information about a particular ship?

Ingenious. I guess that means a lot of these technical questions don't need to actually need to be asked here, huh?
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Old 06-20-2007, 07:44 PM
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Hey psychocruiser, check out Chef Ken; he's got a website for everything. And he know how to post links too; I'm still struggling with smiley faces.
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