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Roundtrip cruise to Hawaii from Port of Long Beach
Feb 8th, 2024
Cruise was a wonderful opportunity to be with family. Kids had a great time and supper provided a good time for children to tell their grandparents about their fabuous adventures.
Family (young children)
worst cruise ever
Feb 7th, 2024
never ever again !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Love this little get away!
Feb 6th, 2024
Awesome crew and ship. Ship was a good size and hit some small awesome ports with plenty to do.
great sights in Hawaii
Jan 31st, 2024
Was a good cruise overall. However I will not repeat this cruise. One time to Hawaii was enough.
A Purple Miracle
Jan 7th, 2024
Overall, this was my favorite ship so far, maybe a tie with the Horizon but, the decor beats them all out, my husband agrees. Great time, amazing food and beautiful ports.
Family (older children)
Carnival No More!
Jan 2nd, 2024
Over crowed at 2547 passengers on a 2100 passenger ship. When asking about events, guest services and events sponsors did not know anything, useless.
low stress, relaxing fun first cruise
Dec 23rd, 2023
We had a great time on our first cruise. We cruised with my 7 siblings, their spouses and my parents. It was a great option for our large group. We didn't have to worry about meals, or transportation. Everyone could do their own thing or join in with the others. The staff were always friendly and kind. Everything was well organized.
1 cruise (first)
Cruise ship and common areas especially the rest rooms were always kept clean. Crew members were very attentive to the guests especially waiters at Bacchus restaurant except the Spa crew- they need more training with customer service, they don’t smile and were not approachable except the 2 Filipino ladies who were polite.
Dreamy Baja cruise
Dec 22nd, 2023
Cruising is the perfect balance of fun and relaxing. My entire family enjoyed the experience. Thank you, Carnival for making our family vacation so fun and memorable!
Absolutely beautiful, fun and enjoyable. The staff was very attentive and wonderful! My husband and I had a wonderful time.
Our dinning staff was fantastic all around! The comedy shows were great, the activities were fun and so many people participated. We meet some great people and had some good food. Nick and Nora's steak house is highly recommended!
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Carnival Miracle is a ship you may not believe when you see... but definitely don't miss seeing it! When we say that Carnival Miracle takes you to another world, we mean that in every sense. Not only does this ship visit stunning destinations, but features incredible onboard spaces inspired by elements of fantasy. Escape from reality as you take in a show at the Phantom Lounge or a dance at Dr. Frankenstein's Lab. To lose yourself in a song, find your way to Sam's Piano Bar. Hungry? You'll find great food all over the place, from the casual fare of Horatio's to the artful eats of the Bacchus and Ariadne dining rooms... not to mention the world-class cuts at Nick & Nora's Steakhouse. At Alchemy Bar ® we make drinks into art, while the laid-back RedFrog Pub ™ has "Caribbean cool" down to a science. And up in SkyBox ™ Sports Bar, we've combined luxury-box comfort with the up-close view from the 50-yard line. Outdoors there's fun to be had, whether you're down for watersliding or up for simply sunning — Carnival WaterWorks ™ has you covered (in water, that is), and the Serenity Adult-Only Retreat ™ will get you relaxing in the sun or the shade, grown-up-style. No matter your age, don't forget: the sweetest way to cap off the day is with a treat from Cherry On Top ™ , our onboard candy-and-more store.
- 88,500 Gross Tonnage
- 2124 Guest Capacity
- 963 Length In Feet
- 934 Onboard Crew
INSIDE THIS SHIP
Just like a delicious cake, your ship is made of layers. Find out which fun ingredients — staterooms, dining, activities — go into each deck.
Interior with window (obstructed view).
Every room includes:
- Dedicated stateroom attendant
- Soft, cozy linens
- Plenty of closet and drawer space
- In-room safe for valuables
- Stateroom climate control
Step into a Premium Balcony stateroom aboard Carnival Miracle and it’s easy to see exactly what you’re getting: one seriously spacious stateroom. It’s about more than just the room itself, you’ll find… step onto your oversized balcony and you’ll find that when there’s a sea breeze in your hair, there’s no limit to the relaxation you can have.
Premium Balcony (Obstructed View)
Step into a Premium Balcony stateroom aboard Carnival Miracle and it’s easy to see exactly what you’re getting: one seriously spacious stateroom. It’s about more than just the room itself… step onto your oversized balcony and you’ll find that when there’s a sea breeze in your hair, there’s no limit to the relaxation you can have. (Note that rooms of this type have obstructed views.)
Aft-View Extended Balcony
Aft-View Extended Balcony staterooms feature a larger balcony for more lounge-around room, more kick-back space… not to even mention some of the best stern-side views you'll find anywhere. Get ready to relax as you gaze upon the ship's gentle wake from your spacious balcony.
Extended Balcony staterooms feature a larger balcony with more outdoor lounge-around room, more open-air kick-back space… and back inside the room itself, all the comfort you expect with a great view and plenty of sunlight.
Balcony staterooms were designed for maximum sea breeze and the most stunning views, so look to a balcony if you’re looking to cruise aboard Carnival Miracle. Any time you’re in your room, you’re just steps away from your own personal outdoor oasis, featuring the sort of sea view you can also feel.
Balcony (Obstructed View)
An Obstructed View Balcony stateroom on Carnival Miracle provides all the indoor amenities of a Carnival stateroom, as well as some of the outdoor ones as well, including your own personal outdoor space that’s great for stretching out and relaxing.
A Grand Suite aboard Carnival Miracle features even more space than the standard suite — plenty of room in your room! This stateroom is loaded for an unparalleled experience: VIP check-in, a huge balcony, and even a convenient dressing area with vanity.
Amenities exclusive to suites:
- Priority check-in and boarding
- Priority Main Dining Room time assignment
- Priority debarkation at homeport, and ports of call requiring a water shuttle or with arrival times later than 9:30 Am
- Two large bottles of water
- Pillow-top mattress
Plus, every room includes:
Don’t get us wrong — a Carnival Miracle Vista Suite stateroom is a lovely room with all the suite fixings. But the thing to see here is truly the view that your balcony affords you. A Vista Suite features a wraparound balcony that provides wide, stunning views when you’re outside, and a uniquely panoramic inside view thanks to a wall of windows that brings more of that outside inside.
A Carnival Miracle suite is the ultimate way to cruise. With more space for stretching out indoors, plus a large balcony for kicking back outdoors, try an Ocean Suite to experience private, luxurious relaxation. Ocean Suites also include VIP check-in, walk-in closet and bathroom with a tub.
As you step into a Junior Suite aboard Carnival Miracle, you can't help but feel that you're stepping into full-size luxury in a smaller package. Featuring a standard-size balcony, you'll find everything else there is to love about a suite, including a walk-in closet… and even a tub for relaxing.
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By rdrseller , January 27, 2006 in Carnival Cruise Lines
I am working with a PVP booking a cruise on the Miracle. I am looking at an aft cabin with the great wrap around baconly.
Anyone have any great pictures of room 8273 or similar? Any great stories from people that have sailed the Miracle or scary stories?
Any replies are appreciated.
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I did a search on "8273" and there were 57 posts... just real quick these were two that seemed to have pictures... I didn't look through all of them, you might want to check the others out. The Miracle is a nice ship... you will enjoy it.
WOW, to was funny that last year I was looking at this same room and didn't remember. We didn't get our cruise scheduled for this year...boohooo, trying to plan with other family members and they just never did make up their minds.
We are going next year, without them and we are already talking to the PVP at Carnival. I am excted now. Thanks for the links to the old threads Lucy. They were exactly what I needed.
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A Carnival Cruise Line ship hit a pier in Jamaica amid windy weather on Tuesday, forcing it to move away and temporarily leave guests on shore.
The incident occurred on the line’s Carnival Magic ship at 11 a.m. in Ocho Rios after “strong winds and swells caused the pier fender to collapse under pressure,” according to Carnival spokesperson Matt Lupoli. He did not specify the wind speeds.
“There were no injuries, and all the ship's services remained operational,” he told USA TODAY in an emailed statement. “The ship left the area for the safety of everyone on board, later docked at another nearby pier and guests who went ashore rejoined the ship.”
Carnival Magic is on a six-day cruise that departed from Miami on Sunday, according to CruiseMapper . The ship skipped a planned stop in Grand Cayman due to the weather conditions in the region and stayed in Ocho Rios, where it will leave Wednesday evening, Lupoli said.
The news comes after high winds caused two MSC Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line ships to break from their moorings last month. MSC Sinfonia broke away from its moorings while in port in Syracuse, Italy and was blown into a nearby marina, and one of Norwegian Prima’s moorings detached in Galveston, Texas.
Nathan Diller is a consumer travel reporter for USA TODAY based in Nashville. You can reach him at [email protected].