Another awesome port to visit with great people. The waters were amazing and we were able to sit and sun ourselves in the warm waters and sandy beaches. It was clean and the islanders were friendly and helpful. Just be careful that those that try and help you in the beach are asking for a price. And the prices are not the same for everyone so basically negotiate your chair and umbrella prices. They can vary widely and be firm with an offer.
San Juan was a waste of a port. We got in at 7am and nothing really opened until 9 or 10, which forced many to chose an RCI excursion. We did the same excursion at the Bacardi factory for 7 dollars each when RCI charges 25-30. We rode the ferry and taxi to and from the factory for 7 dollars round trip for each of us. the tour of the factory is free. So what your paying for the RCI version is a tour bus, that's it.
There needs to be an adults only area. All the beaches packed up and were noisy. Their prices were high for their excursions, and since its their portion of the island, you have no other choices really. We chose to get a floating mat and float as far away from the LOUD people.
The food was more of an extension of windjammer which wasn't all that appealing.
The locals are pushy to try and get you to buy from them at the Artisan market. Every vendor was selling almost exactly the same thing. A couple times they tried to pull my wife into shop and let go when I walked behind her with muscles flexed. LOL.