Really enjoyed cruising the Eastern Carribean on the Ruby Princess. The ship was full, so we had to battle the crowds on occasion.
We really liked the way the closet space was layed out (open - no doors) in the cabin on this ship. Across from bathroom, not blocking entry way. So much easier than having to cram 7 days worth of clothes in small enclosed closets.
Dining was excellent. Buffet was arranged very well in the Horizon and Caribe cafe's. Had a great varied menu to choose from each day and the food was very good. Loved the formal dining room's as well. The service in all dining areas was tremendous. Such a friendly team of servers across the board.
Also we thought the level of entertainment on the cruise was top notch. David Cats for magic & illusion. Bert Stratton for his many talents at the piano / comedy. Also the comedy of Phil Tag in the Explorer's lounge was awesome. I haven't laughed so hard in years. The Ruby Princess singers & dances performed quite well.
Last but not least was the cruise director "Sam" (Samantha Hawker-Thomas). Sam and her team did a great job making this an enjoyable cruise. Sam is so friendly and treats each passenger as a good friend.