Being an experienced cruiser with many different cruise lines, and as Diamond Club members of Royal Caribbean, my wife and I looked forward to this transatlantic journey for the ship, the food, the entertainment and for the stop in ...
We sailed in October on the Navigator, and hoped this cruise would be an improvement. We had been looking forward to this cruise particularly visiting Boston which neither of us had been to. We usually have an inside cabin but on this ...
We have cruised on RCCL for many years and although have not reached pinnacle status, we have 500+ points. We were extremely disappointed with the disorganization we observed during this cruise. The debacle in Boston was unforgivable and ...
This was my first transatlantic cruise and I loved it!!! I am only giving it a three star rating for the following reasons:
We had a balcony stateroom. The shower smelled of mildew!!! One of the drawers in the desk was full of ...
Having a home in England and a winter home in Florida we always cruise both both ways, in November and April. Usually the cruise lines try to make this repositioning cruise special but from the moment we boarded it had the feeling of a ...
Check in at Southampton was excellent, fast and efficient was able to upgrade our drinks package at the port which saved time on ship.
We were pleased with our cabin, it was a good size and we had an excellent cabin steward. I had ...
We have previously undertaken this same trip on Independence of the Seas and found it to be relaxing and enjoyable. On this occasion it was less so due to:
Ship - Was showing it's age and public areas had insufficient seating for the ...
This was a first trans atlantic cruise and particularly wanted to do New York. The cruise was excellent just a few things that let it down. Firstly not enough evening entertainment on the fabulous promenade, the Boston stop should be ...
We decided to opt for the cruise as we wanted to sail into Boston & New York.
Boarding at Southampton was straightforward, the staff friendly and helpful.
We chose a Junior suite on deck 9, and have no complaints about the state ...
We chose this cruise as we love Royal Caribbean and have have always been very happy with the cruise line.
We are extremely loyal to the Company.
But having said this they disappointed us this time as follows.
- Major Security ...
Just a quick review of our first transatlantic crossing from Southampton on 10th Nov.
embarkation was painless, quick and efficient. Balcony cabin in midship, starboard side was always spotless and our attendant was always helpful and ...
1. Bath room was equipped with a bottle of soap only and no bottles of shampoo, conditioner and body lotions which even 3-star hotels have.
2. No a single lobster tail was served all through the 13-day cruise. This is supposed to be a ...
This cruise was a disappointment.
We docked at Boston at 8am. This was our first stop so customs officers boarded for everybody to clear customs. An estimated time was allocated and we patiently waited for our call around 10.30. The ...
We chose this cruise for its dates and the stop in Boston during which I would have had the opportunity to meet for lunch there with family members living in Rhode island.
We are thankful for all the perks that our diamond status ...
No activities during the day, No exercise, dance or yoga classes. Only trivia, if you like trivia. RCCL trivia scheduled for 5:00 pm which interferes with guests dressing for dinner.
Items in Cruise Compass so very hard to read ...
The disembarkation in Boston for non American guests was a fiasco, eventually got off the ship at 2.30 to return by 4.30. Needed more announcemnets. lots of passengers very disappointed as they had not been to Boston before.
The ship ...
I have been on the sister ship Splendor and now this one...the design is to turn everything inwards to a four story strip mall where everyone congregates because its too cold or wet or both to be on deck. This makes the ship seem very ...
Embarkation at Southampton went like a dream and we were on the ship in minutes. We had been on the Navigator five years previously when it sailed around the Med out of Rome so were looking forward to seeing if there were any changes. ...
The cruises were a good price but the ship is tired and the crew even tireder. Dining in the Windjammer & Main Dining Room had fine service but lackluster choices.
The activities were abysmal. The shows were poor on the first ...
My Wife, my Granddaughter & myself have just returned from a European cruise on this ship. First the Good! the food in the main restaurant was very good, & our waitress & waiter were excellent, but after paying a good amount ...
Was a last minute, good offer in school half-term holidays.
However, the overall quality of food in the self service restaurant (Windjammer) was poor, repetitive and nowhere near sufficient seating for a full ship.
The food in the ...
i took a half term break with my three children on Navigator of the Seas,, I really wish I hadnt .This is a very expensive cruise line .
Good points : Boarding was quick ,unlike P&O where you sit like sardines in the Ocean terminal ...
We really enjoyed this ship but the little things that make a cruise special, were missing.
Our stateroom was large and had plenty of storage space. The balcony was a good size too. The room was quiet,especially at night. However we ...
We wanted a short break and this suited us as we have enjoyed RCI cruises before. I was disappointed that they just weren't as good as they used to be - a good example is the cheap, made in China toiletries in the bathroom - suites used to ...
Our trip was a fantastic experience from start to finish.Our stateroom was a wow when we opened the door .Kingsize bed etc amazing.Our steward Gamma was very efficient and polite.The night dining experience was amazing our waiters omah and ...
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