10th Anniversary Cruise.: Independence of the Seas Cruise Review by puckstoper9

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10th Anniversary Cruise.

Sail Date: February 2013
Destination: Western Caribbean
Embarkation: Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
This was our 10th anniversary cruise. This was the firs time that we had a balcony cabin. The cabin was nice with plenty of room and storage. Our cabin steward Brendan did a wonderful job, and we had plenty of storage. The ship is in great shape and the crew was wonderful. The crew was constantly cleaning the ship and it is in great shape. The food was really good and don't forget to visit the sprinkles frozen yogurt dispenser on the pool deck. Most of the interior of the ship is non-smoking. Smoking was allowed in the casino.

Georgetown, Grand Cayman we didn't do any shore excursions and went ashore to do some shopping. We went down to the tenders around 9, via the forward elevators and didn't have to wait at all.

Falmouth, Jamaica Once again we didn't do any shore excursions but did do some shopping.

Labadee, Haiti Labadee is a wonderful stop and our favorite. We where invited to a cabana by a fellow cruise critic member. The cabana was very nice and had More some very good views of the ship. Less

Published 02/24/13
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