Our cruise on the Eurodam was great. It provided us with relaxation we needed, the warmth of the January air not available at home, and delicious food and service. Everything aboard ship was top-notch. Sightseeing tours in Grand Turk and San Juan were no more than average. In fact, the city tour in San Juan reminded me of a Seinfeld episode in which Kramer gave a bus tour of NYC. Our guide pointed out the local Walgreens and Chili's Restaurant, but nothing about sites like old San Juan (where we had a quick stop) or why there was a statue of Christopher Columbus located there. The Grand Turk tour was poorly done. There were more tourists than they could handle on their buses so we were jammed into an old VW (?) van (back seat) and could not hear a word the driver said. Other tourists would try and relay what the driver was saying to those of us in the back portion of the van. Also, had to enter and exit via the back hatch of the van. Ended up with a large greasy spot on the back of my shirt from grease on hatch frame. Stopped at a beach for less than one minute and 10 minutes at the lighthouse (no info offered on lighthouse). Tour in St. Thomas was great... be sure to go to the Greathouse. Time on Half Moon Cay was outstanding, especially the glass bottom boat excursion, bar-b-que, and beach... great tour guide on glass bottom boat tour (Aretha was her name). During the first night on ship, there were banging noises in the ceiling of our cabin and one of the lights kept flicking off and on. As soon as we reported the problems the next morning, the problems were fixed and we were given a bottle of wine because of lost sleep.