Carnival Cruise Lines / cruise contract

United States Review updated:

Before you ever commit to a cruise on Carnival Cruise Lines and their other cruise lines, please make sure you read the contract Carnival expects to be followed by their passengers. The exempt themselves from every liability on earth and then some. For example, you will forfit your right to sue them collectively. The contract states that you agree to sue Carnival individually by accepting their ticket for a cruise. Other legal rights accepted as rights the consumer expects to posess is included among Carnival's exemptions. READ BEFORE YOU SIGN!!!a

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  • Pa
      Apr 14, 2011

    Agree. Booked a cruise with them two days before my wife got laid-off. Paid for the extra insurance thinking we could cancel if something happened unexpectedly. Called them within three days to ask them to cancel the trip due to my wife's lay off. They refused because I had booked a cruise via their early-saver program that doesn't allow for cancelations. That info is buried deep in their contract. They're total fraudsters. I say stay away. Or have your lawyer review the contract before you agree to anything with them. Also, the women who I discussed our situation with was argumentative and very rude.

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