313 Baltimore Romantic Cruise Reviews

This cruise was a Christmas present for the two of us. We decided to do a 12-day cruise out of Baltimore as we live 20 minutes from the port. Embarkation and check-in was smooth and handled very professionally and pleasantly. We had a ... Read More
This cruise was a Christmas present for the two of us. We decided to do a 12-day cruise out of Baltimore as we live 20 minutes from the port. Embarkation and check-in was smooth and handled very professionally and pleasantly. We had a nice afternoon sitting in the Solarium and exploring around it (found the Park Cafe and got a delicious egg salad sandwich and chocolate chip cookies!). Once we got into our cabin, we found it very clean and comfortable. Our cabin attendant, Laura, was pleasant and greeted us cheerfully. Then on to dinner in the Main Dining Room, where we met our servers for the week - Lulana and Jess. Again - so delightful! When we mentioned that we are vegetarians and there was just one vegetarian option on the main menu, the maitre d' was happy to provide us with the vegan menu and made a note that we were to receive the Indian entree as well. So our food was amazing!! We often had breakfast in the MDR as well - and it was delightful! Best excursion was our catamaran sail/snorkeling trip in St. Thomas. The Stars and Strips crew was pleasant and knowledgeable. We enjoyed the complimentary beverages and lunch! I think we found the volcanic mud experience on St. Lucia to be our least delightful excursion. The trip across the island to the volcano was really pretty and the lunch at the restaurant selected by the excursion company. But the mud itself - meh. We had a grand time playing the Love & Marriage Game. We lost, but it was fun and the prizes we were giving to just go away were great! Also had fun with the Karaoke and the Finish the Lyric and the Beanbag Toss games in the Centrum! Possibly the highlight of the evenings was our visits to the Schooner Bar, where Mr. H crooned to us. Still humming Bed of Roses... All in all - what a great vacation. We enjoyed every minute thoroughly and will definitely be on another cruise as soon as we possibly can! Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
we chose this cruise , as we have traveled with rccl before , but since our last one ( 4 years ago ) their standards seem to have dropped ! , mainly in the dining experience , they are too quick to try and sell speciality restaurant ... Read More
we chose this cruise , as we have traveled with rccl before , but since our last one ( 4 years ago ) their standards seem to have dropped ! , mainly in the dining experience , they are too quick to try and sell speciality restaurant dining , the meals were not presented well , very little variation in vegetables Way too much emphasis put on the selling of art / diamonds when at ports of call they hand out directions to their stores and those they obviously prefer you to shop in !! the ship we were on the grandeur is showing it,s age , however this is not reflected in the booking price , if the ships got a star rating ,at least you could know before booking . The nightime entertainment on this cruise was quit poor as most of the voyagers were elderly , the disco in the viking lounge was not discovered by many until towards the end of the cruise , so sometimes had more staff than customers Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
I was part of a group of 53 (yes fifty three!) people who sailed in September on the pride. Our cruise was diverted to Canada instead of the Bahamas due to all the hurricanes hitting. We were offered to either cancel and be fully refunded ... Read More
I was part of a group of 53 (yes fifty three!) people who sailed in September on the pride. Our cruise was diverted to Canada instead of the Bahamas due to all the hurricanes hitting. We were offered to either cancel and be fully refunded or still go and they would give us 25% off our next one. We chose to go and this cruise was our 25% off one. I will begin by stating that September was my 5th cruise but 1st time with Carnival and I was NOT impressed. Every bar was shut down by 11 pm except the casino and the dance club but both of those were smoking and the ventilation did not appear to be working. I do not smoke and can normally handle a decent amount but these two areas were almost suffocating with smoke. We had a few in our group who were extremely sensitive to it and they couldn't even sit in the main atrium that was next to the Casino because it was lingering around. The pools were ice cold until our last day but the most disappointing was the hot tubs - they were barely even luke warm for the entire trip. I knew before we went that if we purchased the Cheers package we would be limited to 15 drinks a day. My general complaint is that they state it is for safety purposes, however someone who does not have the Cheers package is able to order as many drinks as they possibly want. I feel like it should be a 15 drink limit for all OR allow those who have the Cheers package to purchase additional drinks after the limit. (For those who are not aware if you purchase the Cheers package and swipe your card for 15 drinks, they will not allow you to purchase ANY more drinks until 6 am the next day. I also tried to pay for an extra shot of rum in my pina colada and they said since I had cheers I couldn't, I would have to order the pina colada, wait 5 min, then order a shot of rum to pour on top and use 2 of my drinks. I wasnt able to pay for any) My other problem was with activities on Carnival. There didn't seem to be much during the day besides trivia and bingo. All the "fun" activities such as dance parties, shows, comedians, etc. were all at the same time at night and many times overlapped while we were at dinner (we did the late seating 8:15). On my other cruises they would offer arts and crafts and other things throughout the day to keep people entertained. I also still don't understand why they do the comedians in the Butterflies lounge. The seats fill up really fast and we could never make a show when coming from dinner. We had a balcony for the first time in September and while I enjoyed being able to go outside, our balcony and chairs were very dirty. In our first port they even announced they would be cleaning the balconies off but ours remained dirty for the rest of the trip. Fast forward to March: We decided to use the 25% off and book a "cheap" cruise back on the Pride. We had a group of 7 this time and I will say that I was impressed at some of the changes I had noticed. My husband and I tried an inside room with french doors (Category 4k room 4115); It was a great way to get a lot of light in the room and we were able to open the doors to feel the temperature. I think it is definitely worth the savings if you can not afford a balcony. I personally did not care for the waiters singing and dancing every single night in the dining room. I liked on other cruises when it was only done 1 or 2x as something special. Dinner service took about an hour and a half from start to finish every night Embarkation was smooth and easy. Besides being close to port, this is one of the main reasons we continue to sail out of Baltimore. Once again we were only able to make it to one comedian (the first night). When we leave dinner at 945 we were unable to get a seat for the 1015 comedian because the space is so small and fills up so fast I noticed the ventilation was better in the smoking areas The activities were still sparse throughout the day. once again everything that seemed fun to do was at 9 10 or 11 at night. Ports: Port Canaveral: we took an Uber to ron Jons surf shop then walked across the street to the Florida Key Lime Pie company. We then walked 15-20 min north and hung out at the cocoa beach pier before taking the SCAT bus (1.50 a person) back towards the boat. we ate at Grills seafood restaurant and it was AMAZING!!! We tried their hurricane, margarita, and key lime colada. I had the fresh fish of the day (Mahi) which came with 2 sides and it was DELICIOUS and fresh. The prices were very reasonable, service was excellent, and I will definitely be going back one day. We then called for another uber to take us back to the ship Nassau: As this was my 3rd trip to nassau, we decided just to walk around the shops, stop in a few restaurants and bars to try local food and drinks. Another fun day Freeport: This was my first time in Freeport and I had heard lots of negative things about it. 5 from our group booked the island tour with brewery and perfume factory tours and they loved it. My husband and I ate breakfast and got off the ship at 9, walked around the market until almost 10 and decided to hang out at Fat Tuesdays and Senor frogs right off the boat. We were celebrating out 1 year wedding anniversary and we had fun! If you are looking for more to do than shops and bars then you definitely need to book an excursion Overall the weather was great, the seas were calm, I was pleasantly surprised at our room and some improvements on the ship. I think the Pride can use a good cleaning or remodel Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
We chose this cruise because it was in driving distance from our home. Getting to the port and parking was a breeze! We had priority so embarkation was quick and easy as well. Our cabin was nice, however the fan was on constantly in the ... Read More
We chose this cruise because it was in driving distance from our home. Getting to the port and parking was a breeze! We had priority so embarkation was quick and easy as well. Our cabin was nice, however the fan was on constantly in the dressing area and was so loud I could not hear my husband talking to me as I was getting ready. The room steward, Ronito was excellent! On to the negatives... Yes, the first couple of days the weather was not the greatest, this can not be blamed on Carnival. However, I do feel like this trip should be an 8 day instead of a 7 day to give you time to get back to Baltimore without going so fast the whole boat is shaking. I have been on smaller ships that did not shake or vibrate as much as this one. We were traveling at about 24 knots most of the time. We ended up only going to the Dinning Room 3 or 4 nights, which is a shame because I enjoy the experience. This ship only has 1 main dinning room, which created long waits for both reserved and anytime dining. I'm not sure if the Dinning Room was understaffed or if it was a training issue, but the service was not up to par. The food also was not very good, it either came over-cooked, under-cooked, or ice cold. On this cruise we decided not to do any shore excursions, that was a big mistake! Port Canaveral- It cost $15 per person for a shuttle to Cocoa Beach, the highlight of which was breakfast at IHop and a round of mini-golf. I suggest skipping this area if it is not nice enough weather to go to the beach. Nassau was ok, we walked around town a bit, and visited the pirate museum. It is very expensive here (4 drinks =$50.00). Freeport - This port is a waste of time and money. You are stuck at the little port unless you want to pay $40 for a cab to the city that is 25 minutes away. All of the vendors have the exact same items and can be seen in 15 minutes. From what I understand of others that did the beach excursions, it is all pretty much the same beach just different packages. Overall, we are not sure will go back on this cruise. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
The cabin window was so filthy, we could barely see out, much less take pictures through it. We reported it every day. They squirted salt water over the salt streaks without using soap, which didn't work.At the same time, they were ... Read More
The cabin window was so filthy, we could barely see out, much less take pictures through it. We reported it every day. They squirted salt water over the salt streaks without using soap, which didn't work.At the same time, they were washing the windows that were visible at the restaurants the proper way, soap and sqeegee. We wouldn't have booked the cruise under that circumstance. The quality of the dining room food has diminished greatly. The size of the drinks was smaller, especially the wine. There is a $7.95 charge for cabin breakfasts now. They have a port call at CoCoCay, their own island, which won't have any completed facilities until 2019, The call was cancelled due to heavy seas, because they don't have a dock. Of course they knew about it days before. Instead of making other arrangements, the took us down there and said surprise, surprise. A very disappointing experience. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
The grand mother recommended the cruise with Royal Caribbean. The good food was great the staff where friendly the room attendant was great the waiter in the dinning room was great. The bad 2 broken hot tubs, Broken ice cream machine, ... Read More
The grand mother recommended the cruise with Royal Caribbean. The good food was great the staff where friendly the room attendant was great the waiter in the dinning room was great. The bad 2 broken hot tubs, Broken ice cream machine, unwashed windows, and rust abounding on the exterior of the ship. Now the Ugly I dropped my children off at the teen center on the ship for a "in room scavenger hunt" as described in the teen flyer. I come to find out it was a all over the ship scavenger hunt how easy at 10 pm. at night would it be for teen to be abducted and raped and thrown overboard? Brought the issue to guest services it was never addressed!!!!!!! More ugly RC claimed a port of call at coco cay which I hear from others frequently is cancelled so they flat out lied and offered no other port of call. Last of the ugly Shore excursions were great but very short not a good value. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
We chose to leave from Baltimore so we did not have to fly. The port is 4.5 hours from our house. It was easy to navigate the port. We chose to park at the port and sped $105 for the week in parking so we could easily get to our home and ... Read More
We chose to leave from Baltimore so we did not have to fly. The port is 4.5 hours from our house. It was easy to navigate the port. We chose to park at the port and sped $105 for the week in parking so we could easily get to our home and get on the highway quickly. We embarked on time. The first day was a little disappointing as it took forever for our room to be ready and even longer for our luggage to arrive so we had to hang around for awhile before we were off exploring. The first night was great but the weather was cool. Guys Burgers was perfect for a quick bite on our first nite. The first full day was full of exploring. We found trivia at the Red Frog that we would attend every evening for the rest of the week. The host, Naughty Neil was a hoot! Although this evening was a formal evening, we ended up eating at the buffet because we were having a rough evening at sea due to a Nor'easter that was coming off land into the ocean. IT WAS ROUGH. At this point, I seriously wondered if I would be able to make it the next 6 days but the next day was smooth sailing for the rest of the trip. The entertainment crew was great but got tired of OH YES Jess very quickly. Day 2 and 3 we participated in several activities provided by the ship including the trivia. There was a Hasbro game that we watched and the comedy shows were funny throughout. We were able to buy alcohol on the ship for very cheap that they store for you until debarktion. This was the first time we ate in the main dining room and the food was amazing! Every meal that we had in the MDR thereafter was 5 star plus! Day 4 was our day at Princess Cays. was the least favorite of the 3 places we visited. The buffet lunch they provided was very average, maybe less than average and the sugary alcohol drinks did not seem to have any alcohol. All activities on the island cost including using the lockers. The one thing I liked about this island is that since it is owned by the cruise line you are able to use your sign and sail card for purchases and not have to keep up with cash and credit cards. You do have to take a tender to this destination which was somewhat unorganized. When booking my next cruise, I will find one that does not stop at this destination. Day 5 - we spent at Nassau. This was a fun stop. We went to the aquarium at Atlantis. The tour was organized and the driver gave us a nice description of everything we were seeing and a brief history of the island. Every thing at Atlantis is extremely overpriced so if you need a snack or water, bring it with you. An ice cream cone was $14. The aquarium was nice and very clean and we were given a tour an was educated about each species as we were seeing them. After the aquarium, we spent sometime in downtown Nassau. Be prepared for everyone to be hassling you about braiding your hair, taxis, and cigars. We spent some time at Tortuga and ended up buying some rum and rum cakes. Since it was legal to drink in public we bought some local Sands beers while shopping. Day 6- This was by far the most fun stop. We chose an excursion that was a private beach tour where you could have all the food and alcohol you wanted. The worst part about this excursion was that it only lasted from 8-1. We rented paddle boards which were $20 for 1.5 hours. The servers were very attentive and our cups were never empty. There were a few that were unable to hold their liquor and made for an interesting ride back to the ship. Day 7- Sad day. Cruise is over. Announcements kept everyone informed. We made it back to port on time luckily but am ready to go again! We were in the vista suite 8 aft and never had any noise problems from the Lido. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
We left out of Baltimore so that we could save money and drive to the port instead of paying more for airfare to Florida than the cost of the entire cruise itself! Our Cruise was delayed 6 hours due to the Nor-Easter. So getting into the ... Read More
We left out of Baltimore so that we could save money and drive to the port instead of paying more for airfare to Florida than the cost of the entire cruise itself! Our Cruise was delayed 6 hours due to the Nor-Easter. So getting into the Carnival port could have been smoother, but once we were inside the gate the staff did a really great job at adapting to the chaos of the situation. Disembarkment was a breeze! The ship is older but still nice. I didn't need the overdone promenade, the 20 restaurants, the water show, or the ice skating rink. Less is more to me. We were able to get a balcony as the upcharge from inside stateroom was only $200, which is amazing. We decided we will NEVER do anything less than a balcony. The ability to avoid the crowds and sit on our private balcony was a dream. We propped the door wide open and listened to the ocean all day and night long. The Comedians were funny. I went in prepared to hate the musical shows, as I hate musicals/plays in real life, but it was actually fabulous. We went to every show offered. Very fast moving and varied. They had a Hasbro Game show that was phenomenal and so fun. They also did a Lip Sync Battle show on the last night and it was the highlight of the week. So great. The Cruise Director Leigh and his staff do an amazing job providing quality, energetic and fun experiences. They also had a Piano Bar with Laura which was a blast. A wonderful sing along. Our Ports were Nassau, Freeport and Princess Cay. Due to the high winds from the Nor-Easter, our excursion in Princess Cay was cancelled. I was ok with is as the private beach was fun and I took a nap instead. They even provided a lunch on the island so that was appreciated. Carnival was great at rolling with the punches of the Nor-Easter. They worked hard getting the delayed passengers off the boat and us on as soon as they could. The captain was going nearly max speed to get us back on schedule. They switched the order of the ports so that nothing was excluded. They kept us informed of the situation as all times, which is the best way to keep the masses happy. Our only complaint is a mild one. The food wasn't the best. The food in the main dining was good, could have had more options. Frequent repeating items. The food on the buffet wasn't my favorite. Breakfast was the same every day and mostly greasy items and others were cold. (By day 5 we FINALLY figured out that we need to eat breakfast in the main dining room as breakfast is so much better there). It's hard to say what it was about the buffet that I didn't like. A lot of repetition, same general items offered every day. I was really bored with the food by the end. There was a 24 hour pizza place which was perfect, but I got sick of that by the end too. I guess not having enough selection, and some of the items were not items I like generally. At the risk of sounding completely ethnocentric: the food wasn't "American" enough. I hate that I say that, as I love lots of different cuisines, but it seemed like the food was made for mostly American cruisers, made by someone who is not of that nationality, who was trying to make "american" food but were not quite hitting the mark. Things looked like they would be good, but the flavors weren't quite right. For example: I loved the fried rice, but the last day they put chili powder or some odd seasoning in it and it was gross. I was just culinarily confused. I though the pasta salad would be a safe bet, but the flavors were confusing and didn't make sense together. I would have preferred food of different nationalities: indian, japanese, mexican, etc. rather than "american" food items with flavors that didn't belong in them. Also the desserts on the buffet looked beautiful but tasted odd and gross. Most lacked flavor, had a odd spongy consistency and weren't sweet. A real disappointment. Other than the lackluster food, It was a fabulous experience. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
This 12 day cruise was chosen because of the itinerary and price point. We took a 6 year break from cruising and things have indeed changed since the last time we were on a Royal Caribbean ship. This was our 9th cruise, so compared to our ... Read More
This 12 day cruise was chosen because of the itinerary and price point. We took a 6 year break from cruising and things have indeed changed since the last time we were on a Royal Caribbean ship. This was our 9th cruise, so compared to our fellow passengers we were newbies. I can see why retirees continue to grace this ship with their presence. It is small so less walking for the elderly. The service and staff are attentive and caring, perhaps even much better than one may receive at their retirement home. It is their home away from home. Grandeur of the Seas has a loyal following and I'm sure they will miss this cozy ship once she herself retirees in 2019. I have some minor negative things I would like to see changed on the ship...............Smoking in the very small casino should only be allowed if you are gambling. The amount of people sitting there reading their books, gabbing their faces off while having cigarette after cigarette.........was unbearable and a complete health hazard. This older generation has absolutely no respect for others and make smokers look horrible and disrespectful. SHAME ON YOU ALL! take your smoking marathons outside! Movies times for theater and Under the Stars....... were way off and waste of time......so dis-appointing. Cocktail prices were astronomical and a complete rip off. The automatic 18 % gratuity to walk to the bar yourself and grab our own drinks is nothing less than thievery ...the drink packages are way overpriced.....Norwegian is a better option for this for sure. I feel like the cruisers that enjoy the smaller ships are being taken for a ride as this company pays off their billon dollar debts on the MEGA ships that they have a hard time selling out. It does leave a bit of a bitter taste when you see the many scams on this ship and their giveaways of garbage keychains, and crappy t-shirts. I am not a loyal Royal Caribbean cruiser and probably will never be as I have heard they have changed their loyalty programs again. I will continue to shop around and choose my holidays based on itinerary and price point. Sadly Royal Caribbean didn't impress me enough. The best part of Royal Caribbean is their staff.....huge shout out to our room attendant "Daniel" Our Complete Evening Dinning room staff . Maître de "Vilesh", Head Waiter "Dan" our main waiters "Nilesh" and "Rey" thank you!!! You made our holiday memorable and your attention to details and quality of service is impeccable. Royal Caribbean is very lucky to have you all. Our itinerary changed due to a weather storms, so sadly we never go to go to St Lucia and that was the only stop we actually choose a ship excursion, but that destination will have to wait until another time. I researched and planned our days on our own. Port Canaveral This was an impromptu stop and basically we headed to Cocoa Beach to do some shopping and have lunch. If you have a chance eat at Sandbars Sport Grill, they have great Happy Hour prices, great environment and wicked Mahi Mahi! Delicious! St Thomas This was our second time and we choose shopping and taxi to Emerald Beach, great cheap way to chill out and relax. St John's Antigua We took a private island tour with "New York" he was an older driver that took to our selected spots. Shirley Heights, Nelson's Dockyard and then Dickson Bay. He stayed with us all day and waited until we were done, I would highly recommend him, he was polite, informative and very patient. All three stops were fantastic! We ate lunch at Coconut Grove (Dickson Bay) this place was beautiful and food was fantastic we shared appy's, drank a few beers and soaked in the most magnificent views. He then returned us safely to the ship port. Don't be afraid to negotiate the prices with the private drivers, especially when there is only a few ships in port. Our favorite port by far! St Kitts Once again we hired a private driver (Elvis) to take us to Timothy Hill (where you can see Atlantic and the Caribbean sea, perfect picture spot, and then we grabbed some beer there as well, before he took us to Carambola Beach Resort for the day. This was a great day, great beach chairs, umbrellas and clean washroom facilities. A restaurant and bar to order drinks if you want, and of course a great stretch of beach to walk on. Next time I would try Marriot Resort or Cockleshell Beach just to try something different. St Maarten Took a cab in to the main strip beach, made sure we spent money there for the locals, as they continue to clean up from the hurricane. Rented beach chairs, and order buckets of beers....You have amply choices of beach chairs and restaurants and wifi. This is walkable from the cruise port, if you want to walk off some cruise food! Great day Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
We have been aboard Lady G five times and hope for many more. Although we have not experienced RCI's larger ships, my husband and I love the size of the Grandeur. It's nice to see the same familiar faces/passengers throughout ... Read More
We have been aboard Lady G five times and hope for many more. Although we have not experienced RCI's larger ships, my husband and I love the size of the Grandeur. It's nice to see the same familiar faces/passengers throughout the cruise and the crew is so very accommodating and friendly. The port of Baltimore's embarkation process is so fast and easy. We stop to give our luggage to the baggage handlers, park our car in the secure lot and get in line for security. Once through that, we complete a short health questionnaire and get our Sea Passes. Then we head to the ship, have some lunch, browse around the ship, and by then (around 1:00), cabins are ready. Muster Drill is around 3:00 and then we get a good spot for sail away. Although we had a table for two in the main dining room, we opted this cruise to dine in the specialty restaurants for four of our dinners. Giovanni's and Chops (ate there twice) are always a great treat and this time we also tried Izumi for ramen and sushi. We also love the selections in the Windjammer and dined there many evenings. Only ended up dining in the MDR on two occasions this cruise. The entertainment was just okay for us this time. One really good comedian and a good singing/dancing show. We visited five ports: St. Thomas, Antigua, St. Lucia, St. Kitts and St. Maarten. Saved the best for last....St. Maarten is always our favorite. The biggest highlight of our cruise was the activities staff. Particularly, Orlando. We've never seen a more entertaining crew member. He hosted game shows, trivia galore, contests, etc. At every one of these events, Orlando would bring a little extra....he's a fabulous dancer and comedian. My husband and I were one of two couples in a game show with Orlando....so much fun. Good looking guy from the Dominican.....all the ladies loved him. In one of our trivia contests, he said if a man can come duplicate some of his dance moves, he'd win a cruise aboard Orlando of the Seas.....it's a bus that goes to his grandmother's house in the Dominican. ;) Our other favorite activities staff member was Caroline (pronounced Car-o-LEEN-uh). She hails from Canada and was really cute, funny and a great dancer. She also hosted many trivia contests and also Origami classes, napkin folding, etc. My husband and I really hope to cross paths with them again! We've been on 8 cruises thus far (5 Grandeur, 2 Enchantment and 1 Disney Magic). This is the first cruise where we were blown away with the jammed-packed activities on the last full day. Usually that day has a few activities but mainly it's like "hey, start packing up and get on outta here." There was so much going on, including a "fair" in the Centrum with lots of fun activities and prizes. Even the layout in the Windjammer for dinner was fabulous that night. Shrimp, special desserts, etc. We will definitely be back on the Grandeur sooner rather than later! Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
Needed a winter getaway to someplace warm! This was our 10th cruise and 2nd with Carnival. We generally like quieter ships, but with the premium balcony, we spent most of our time quietly relaxing on our balcony lounge chairs! Staff ... Read More
Needed a winter getaway to someplace warm! This was our 10th cruise and 2nd with Carnival. We generally like quieter ships, but with the premium balcony, we spent most of our time quietly relaxing on our balcony lounge chairs! Staff were great and the only real complaint I have is the lack of focus on hand sanitation at the buffets. Many times the automatic sanitizers were empty and there were entrances to the buffet that didn't have them at all. This leads to easy spread of viruses. Carnival should adopt the same process as Norwegian where staff are standing at the restaurant entrances with spray bottles so at least 99% of passengers have clean hands when handling the buffet serving utensils. Other than that, the cruise was awesome and smooth sailing the entire time. Everything was on schedule and embarkation/de-embarkation was a breeze. Lastly, we had room 6279 which was AWESOME!! Highly recommend this room as it has lots of room to move around and a huge balcony. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
Living in Baltimore area this was a good choice as didn't have to worry about sometimes unpredictable air travel to Miami or Ft Lauderdale. Embarkation was a little slow mainly because of TSA once through there we were in our cabin ... Read More
Living in Baltimore area this was a good choice as didn't have to worry about sometimes unpredictable air travel to Miami or Ft Lauderdale. Embarkation was a little slow mainly because of TSA once through there we were in our cabin pretty quickly. Disembarkation took us a lot less time than we had budgeted, but our ride managed to get to the terminal 40 minutes early which was greatly appreciated. Food overall was quite good. We ate dinner in the main dining room and portions and selection were pretty good. We found the selection in the buffet much more to our liking so ate there pretty much from day 4 on. Entertainment was very good. We saw 6 shows (and the big game in the theater) and all but one were very good. The weather was cold when we left Baltimore, as you would expect, but even when we got to Charleston SC it was still too cold and blustery to enjoy exploring the city. Port Canaveral was good, we ate lunch at Grill's, always a favorite of ours. I would never bother taking a cruise that had a stop in Miami however, the terminal is separated from the city by bridges making walking into town problematic. We didn't travel with any children and didn't see lot on the ship, probably as result of school still being in session. As a result the average age of travelers was quite high, with all the things you would expect, lots and lots of electric scooters and walkers. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
Second Cruise on Grandeur of the Seas (we actually enjoy this ship)- Love the ease of getting the cruise out of Baltimore...Very convienient Was disappointed that we didnt get to stop in Coco Cay due to spending an extra day in Miami ... Read More
Second Cruise on Grandeur of the Seas (we actually enjoy this ship)- Love the ease of getting the cruise out of Baltimore...Very convienient Was disappointed that we didnt get to stop in Coco Cay due to spending an extra day in Miami for Maintenence ... Would have not missed stopping at Port Canaveral..Nothing much to due ....especially close by- Did enjoy the fact that RCC had the Superbowl on quit a few venues including where we enjoyed it (Palladium Theater)...not sure why the "Game Food" was free BUT popcorn was 2.50 ?? Also, was a little disappointed that Guest Services had not made a decision to show the game there until the night prior BUT was trying to encourage (Sell) people on getting there tickets to view it in the Viking Lounge (165.00 a person??)...Would not have been so bad if the RCC office (when i called to book) said that it WOULD be available in the Palladium;;; That being said, we had a great time on this cruise - Service and hospitallity were Awesome as we've come to expect from RCC! Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
We chose this cruise with the understanding that we would spend two days in the Bahamas - afterall this was advertised as a Bahama Cruise. Just before beginning the cruise the itinerary was changed to two days in Miami and 9.5 hours in ... Read More
We chose this cruise with the understanding that we would spend two days in the Bahamas - afterall this was advertised as a Bahama Cruise. Just before beginning the cruise the itinerary was changed to two days in Miami and 9.5 hours in Nassau, no visit to the private island of Cococay under the pretense of needing to attend to the rudder. When contacting Guest Relations and the CEO both were somewhat apologetic - bottom line we can change the itinerary anytime we want, have a nice day. This ship will be 22 years old in a couple of weeks. If there was truly a "rudder" problem I would think that getting underway would be an issue. I must admit that the staff onboard were very attentive and paid very close attention to our needs. The ship at times seem to undergo routine painting and cleaning. On the uppermost desk several railings were removed for refurbishment - in place of the wooden railing was a frail nylon line with a paper notice attached warning of its removal. Dining was very good. Onboard activities were available from trivia to dance routines. Read Less
Sail Date February 2018
Because we needed out of the cold winter the Bahamas sounded great, first of all the ship was delayed by 5 hours we were put in what they called a comfort station which was nothing more than a fema trailer with hard chairs and nothing ... Read More
Because we needed out of the cold winter the Bahamas sounded great, first of all the ship was delayed by 5 hours we were put in what they called a comfort station which was nothing more than a fema trailer with hard chairs and nothing else..port a Johns were outside in a different trailer, so our beautiful vacation now was delayed by 9 hours..( by the time our our ship sailed.) We did NOT get to stop at the most important port which was the princess cay island .instead we got to stop to cape canaval.florida.which it was quiet cool.we made so many turns on this ship.. It became very very rocky and made the strongest of us ill.. this actually became a nightmare cruise..not happy at all.. I am not even sure we will be sailing Carnival again.. finally when we got to Bahamas our time on shore was cut short. Then the trip back was so fast back to cold weather .so our 7 day cruise was all cold except the 2 days we actually was ported in Bahamas.very dissapointed. Read Less
Sail Date January 2018
I picked this cruise because my parents have cruised with Royal MANY times and always gush about how good it was and how relaxed they felt . HOWEVER, I would not use relaxing to describe our experience. We got an e-mail 2 days prior to ... Read More
I picked this cruise because my parents have cruised with Royal MANY times and always gush about how good it was and how relaxed they felt . HOWEVER, I would not use relaxing to describe our experience. We got an e-mail 2 days prior to our departure explaining that there was Noro Virus on the ship and therefore our boarding process would be delayed. Then we got another e-mail explaining that the ship had problems with the rudder and therefore we would not be sailing on the 11th, and would be delayed to the 13th. We were offered compensation for the 2 days, and provided with an updated sailing itinerary. We were also told that we could have a full refund if we chose not to sail. Because MANY arrangements had been made for myself and my family to go, we decided to continue on anyway. I wish we hadn't. 2 days makes a BIG difference on this cruise, and I feel that we did not spend any time in the "sun" at all (more on that later). ANYWAY- DAY 1-- we boarded in Baltimore, it was our first cruise and had NO idea what we were doing, we got into the ship at about 2pm ISH and were told that the state rooms were not ready, and wouldn't be for a while, this left me, my husband and our 4 kids lost on the ship, as it was our first cruise we had NO idea where to go and everyone working there was SO busy there was no one to ask. We ended up in a restaurant that wasn't included in the cruise fare, and we accidently walked through the back entrance. One of the wait staff welcomed us anyway. and sat us with people who didn't look impressed to see us (mainly the kids) who were starving and excited (not a good combo) . We had no idea that there were other options to eat at that time. We stayed at that restaurant for 10 min, then decided to leave (boy were those people relieved) and wander to see what else there was. We did eventually find the windjammer (thank goodness) ate, then left to wander some more, we missed out on a really good movie because we didn't know it was playing and some other events on the first day because we had to drag our bags around. We just sat where we could find a chair and waited. Would have been nice to know that kids could have gone to Adventure Ocean and we could have enjoyed a Movie... ANYWHO we eventually got our rooms and the "cruse compass" sheet which helped ALOT. Ate dinner in dining room VERY NICE -- No complaints at all food was excellent wait staff awesome. DAY 2-- CRUISING- Food Great- Only issue was inside pool was for adults only and I found that more often than not the weather was poor so our kids missed out on swimming because the outside pool was either too cold or sloshing onto the deck. Other pool is indoor and only for 16 PLUS BIG DOWNSIDE FOR FAMILY and was not opened for children very often, despite the poor weather all trip DAY3- FLORIDA- Getting on and off ship was smooth, went on air boat excursion, fun, then back to ship DAY 4- NASSAU-- This port was a HUGE let down FIRST-because of our changed itinerary -- we didn't arrive until 1PM ish and were really crunched for time to get to any shops, RAN thru them as fast as we could so we could get to our glass bottom boat tour then back to the ship- This day was supposed to be our "Long" day in the Bahamas BUT-- we were told by ANYONE we asked not to be on the island past sundown because it is NOT safe. SHAMEFUL that this was counted as our long day and it really was only 5 hours at most. Boarded ship and ate dinner-- went to show only to find out that our Coco Cay day (supposed to be going next day) was cancelled because they couldn't tender the boat) ASIDE-- I spoke with others who said that they were not sure that Coco Cay even existed because on the MANY cruises they had been on they had NEVER tendered there -- WOW--- so since our cruise was already being cut short.... Why didn't they cut the place that they NEVER get to stop at anyway????????? we could've at least had 2 stops then -- Felt this was very poor planning, and in general that there should be a back up place to sail to if Coco Cay is not an option due to weathers since this happens quite a bit and not once and a while. I know that Royal is building a port/pier at Coco Cay (YAYE) right now, but until its functioning this should be better planned for Anywho-- we decided to sleep in the next day as we had no place to go.......and were staying in Nassau. DAY 5-Nassau-- (again)-- Well, we woke up and went down to the general info desk to find out what was going on that day as things had been changed, only to find out that there were excursions planned by the excursion desk. GREAT-- or so I thought until I looked at the sheet and found out that over 75% of them had already left-- at 8AM or 9AM- I was VERY upset about this, as we had booked a beach hut for Coco Cay so technically we had something going on with them already and no once contacted us to say "hey noticed you planned on something in Coco Cay, want to re-book for Nassau? When I asked they said they had printed the sheets at 10PM the night before but NOTHING was delivered to our rooms or announced. I was not the only one upset about this, MANY unhappy campers . We tried to make the best of the day by going to the beach, but as the rest of the weather on this trip, it followed suit and was windy/raining (not Royals Fault) but was not pleasant. In addition to this, I have to say Nassau is NOT the nicest Island. I have 3 little girls, and I was CONSTANTLY harassed by the locals about hair braiding, everywhere we went, usually MULTIPLE times. Its so bad even the cruise director joked about it. Plus, the straw market smells like PEE and since you can't be out past sundown this place is really only good till 6pm anyways-- this port should be the only cut short, as its really not a place you can spend too much time at after dark anyway. DAY 6- Heading HOME--- This was the craziest day at sea-- My family and I spent the WHOLE DAY in BED-- the seas were at 15 or more feet and we were charging thru :( There were sea sickness bags EVERWHERE-- and people being sick almost everywhere. Royal cannot obviously control this-- it just added a crummy/ wasted day to our already cut short vacation :( To anyone planning a cruise PLEASE GET YOURSELF A PATCH FOR BEHIND YOUR EAR. In general the seas were pretty rough for our cruise, we handled it pretty good until this day. You never know how you will react to the "motion of the ocean". I wish we had come better prepared. Crew was very nice thru this process, and I felt bad for them having to clean this up :( DAY 7 -- you pretty much spend this day getting off the boat-- went pretty smoothly, However, just be aware that this will take at LEAST an hour if you have anyone picking you up. Overall-- we REALLY enjoyed the dining, and some of the shows were really excellent. Felt that the cruise should have been rescheduled after original issues as 7 days is not long enough to get down to the Bahamas and back-- No tan, no sun :( 1 port :( Read Less
Sail Date January 2018
Chose this cruise based off of price and date of vacation. There was not much to do for young adults. We were unable to go on our shore excursion and they tried to charge us extra for a supplemental excursion. Pricing was not clear for the ... Read More
Chose this cruise based off of price and date of vacation. There was not much to do for young adults. We were unable to go on our shore excursion and they tried to charge us extra for a supplemental excursion. Pricing was not clear for the Spa. Still had to pay for the entire cruise even though we had to leave early because of maintenance on the ship. Very disappointed with the overall experience. Only positive was the food and comedians on board. The ship is very outdated and it showed. One of the main features is the Casino so if you don't gamble there was not much to do. The ship has a small pool outside and inside. Most of the time the Jacuzzis were closed which was disappointing. We received multiple answers from different members of the guest services staff. This caused much confusion. Overall, I would not recommend going with this cruise ship. Read Less
Sail Date January 2018
I chose this cruise because it left from Baltimore and the dates were a perfect time to be away from MD. Everytime I got on or off the ship, it went very smooth and the crew was super nice. I was in a balcony room on the 7th deck ... Read More
I chose this cruise because it left from Baltimore and the dates were a perfect time to be away from MD. Everytime I got on or off the ship, it went very smooth and the crew was super nice. I was in a balcony room on the 7th deck and my attendant, Mennie, was amazing......she was on the spot at all times. I mostly hung out at the bars. If you drink more then 3 or 4 drinks a day, then you should DEFINITELY get the drink package. I got my money's worth and then some! The Solarium Bar and the Casino Bar were great. The Solarium had a bartender named "Acosta".....this guy was on the BALL and we all loved him!! In the casino bar, Dane and Mark were equally as awesome as Acosta. Different crowd and smoking in the casino....i don't smoke, but I had so much fun in there, I didn't mind. Dane pours a great drink and was just a great dude to watch work with here and there. Food -- I usually hate buffet type food....but the food in the Windjammer was really freaking good. Everything is not for everyone, but every pasta dish, stew, or carved meat I tried was really good!! The Great Gatsby was really good...whether I ate the free meal or upgraded....the service was IMPECCABLE!! I can't remember my dudes' names because I am terrible with names.....but I think they were Rijandarian, Atul, and the dude who was the boss who was from Turkey. They were so freaking awesome. I loved going there just talk to them and see them work! ( Surf and Turf was ALWAYS really good! ) Chops Grille -- meh....i prefered getting the Chops Grille food in the Great Gatsby....much better service. Giovannis -- HOLY WOW!! I didn't want to go here.....it was PHENOMENAL!! They brought out every gotd@m appetizer....family style....but there was SO MUCH FOOD and it was DELICIOUS!! Wine was good, appetizers were out of this world, and the main courses were all delicious according to my table mates! The bar on the 4th floor....good dudes there, I only went there a few times here and there. Starbucks - I don't drink it, but my wife does....it's all free and good with the drink package. It isn't called Starbucks, but the logo is plastered everywhere and the quality was really good. Good dudes at the Schooner Bar.....just had more fun with the people I met at the other bars, so I wasn't here a lot. Wi-Fi package....affordable and pretty reliable throughout the course of the trip. We didn't make it to CoCo-Cay due to weather. 2 nights in Nassau were great. Then, the ship had a malfuntion and we had to stop again in Florida on the way back instead of heading to Bmore. So...instead of getting back THursday morning....we got back Saturday morning. I am sure this was a bummer to some people.....i freaking loved it!! 2 more days of hanging out with new friends, meeting more new friends, and crushing the drink package. I would def go again, but it will be awhile....I am an overindulger and need to let me body heal!! :) I am sure the shows and stuff were good, but I wouldn't know....I was drinking and hanging out at the casino, and eating the whole time!! But, it was really fun!! Oh yeah....the Park Cafe....they have these roast beef sandwiches on off hours.....Make sure you get one....it will keep you in the game if you drink too much and they were delicious!! (Nachos and pizza there late at night....really good for last call food! :) ) Viking Crown Lounge - It was good....DJ has to keep everyone happy so I was just chilling with whatever music. Only up there 3 or 4 times.... I had literally zero complaints even though we missed a port and the ship had a problem. Have a great day!! Read Less
Sail Date January 2018
Overall the cruise was good. Many a bit upset as the steering system broke extending the arrival time back to Baltimore by 2 days. Freeport is a bit of a bore not much to do. Nausea is great, strongly recommend Atlantis Hotel to visit. ... Read More
Overall the cruise was good. Many a bit upset as the steering system broke extending the arrival time back to Baltimore by 2 days. Freeport is a bit of a bore not much to do. Nausea is great, strongly recommend Atlantis Hotel to visit. Take a cab forget the excursion. Port Canaveral is ok, you're in the States so no big deal. RC is generally a good cruise line, I find the staff and service top notch. The excursions are all overpriced but that is the same with all cruise lines that's why I never book unless I can't do it myself. I like the fact I can drive to the Ports in New York to take a cruise. Living in Canada enables me to take an 8-hour drive and get on the cruise ship. Beats flying and is a lot cheaper. Rent a hotel and leave the car for a week at the hotel. Read Less
Sail Date January 2018
loved the service, loved the food,(did not use the specialty restaurants) we loved the main dining room and our servers. Dining room service was Fast not Rushed but no waiting for food. The entertainment was varied and live no canned ... Read More
loved the service, loved the food,(did not use the specialty restaurants) we loved the main dining room and our servers. Dining room service was Fast not Rushed but no waiting for food. The entertainment was varied and live no canned music.Our cabin was very clean and quiet (deck 2 -2125). Our room steward was very attentive.The ship size was perfect,and we never had to wait in line anywhere. the crew was very hyper-vigilant and were always sanitizing tables and handrails, there were attendants available to apply hand sanitizing gel outside the restaurant and some other gathering areas. We loved the heated pools.The Christmas decorations were beautiful. We did a couple excursions we went to St.Johns for the National Park tour, when we stopped at St.Thomas the trip to the Island from the ship was the first one since the Hurricane, and the people on the Boat we took over were the best and very informative and entertaining. Our other excursion was on Antigua a four and a half hour beach visit with 2 drinks and lunch. I would recommend both of these trips. This was our most favorite cruise in years. "This was themed a Holiday Cruise" Christmas and New Years Eve on board. We will be back to cruise on this ship soon as we can. Read Less
Sail Date December 2017
We choose this cruise on the Carnival Pride of of Baltimore. It was 6th time on this ship.No longer any guest services or rules at all.Wow no longer steak is included in dining room without a $20 charge, shorts in for formal night along ... Read More
We choose this cruise on the Carnival Pride of of Baltimore. It was 6th time on this ship.No longer any guest services or rules at all.Wow no longer steak is included in dining room without a $20 charge, shorts in for formal night along with baseball hats and cut off shirts, No ice bucket or amenities in room. The 110% guarantee is only valid with Passport(not told) GOLD means nothing at all. Harrison Assistant Guest service Manger was no help. Called Carnival when got home offered a $25 on board credit. Last cruise for me on Carnival.Very disappointed. Princess Cays there is nothing to do. Beach was very rocky and the unlimited drink package does not apply. Contacted Carnival was just wrong.So sad like so many other guests we heard 172 filed complaints as well as myself. They need to realize negative comments travel much faster than positive and was not happy. Read Less
Sail Date December 2017
This was a belated honeymoon and I firmly believe when someone delivers excellent service, they must be recognized. We can't speak highly enough about Kishor; he knew our names and drinks and was always happy, personable, and would ... Read More
This was a belated honeymoon and I firmly believe when someone delivers excellent service, they must be recognized. We can't speak highly enough about Kishor; he knew our names and drinks and was always happy, personable, and would bend over backwards to help us. He truly loves his job and it shows. I also want to recognize Ruby Finck in the salon who gave me a vanilla deep conditioner treatment then flat ironed my hair and made it look like glass. I was so pleased I told everyone who cared to listen and made then feel my hair! We booked the VIP luxury sail in Nassau and Captain Seymour and Navado were so fantastic! I highly recommend this excursion. The lunch was so delish and the crew was very hospitable. I can't remember all of the names but the room service person was really incredible. Once, I called and really wanted my coffee and within seconds--seconds he was there!! Our steward brought my husband and extension cord for his C-PAP machine instantly on the first day. The towel animal were also very amusing and we looked forward to them. The girl in the fun shops from South Africa was also very sweet and helpful. Also, the hostess for Normandie was spectacular. The sushi at the Bonsai sushi bar was superb. We also met the Captain during the Behind the Fun tour and he was so chill--truly a cool dude. We loved that he was growing tomatoes on the bridge! Read Less
Sail Date December 2017
We wanted to escape winter for a little while and a southern Caribbean cruise seemed like a great idea. We had never been on a cruise and were nervous about starting with a 12-night cruise. We didn't have any trouble with being sea ... Read More
We wanted to escape winter for a little while and a southern Caribbean cruise seemed like a great idea. We had never been on a cruise and were nervous about starting with a 12-night cruise. We didn't have any trouble with being sea sick and were able to enjoy the cruise enormously. We will definitely cruise with Royal Caribbean again. The ship was Grandeur of the Seas and it was not the biggest, but we didn't feel that we lacked anything. In fact, the wait staff and entertainment were fantastic. I don't know how we are going to be able to go back to our lives without live entertainment every night and staff to take care of our every need. I guess we need to hit the lotto. We stopped in St Thomas, Antigua, St Lucia, St Kitts, and St. Maarten. Some of the islands were demolished by the hurricanes this year but seem to be working hard to get the tourism going again. We could see the damage in several areas from the hurricanes, but the people were friendly, the shops were bustling, clean, and recently remodeled. Some were still in the process of being restored. We were happy to go to these ports and contribute to the local economies. We did SNUBA on St Lucia. We snorkeled in St. John, Antigua. We toured shops and museums in St Thomas. We took a train tour of St Kitts which I would do again. We went on our own and rode a wave runner in St Maarten. St Maarten seemed to be the hardest hit and we were one of the first ships to return to the island. Some of the shore excursions were canceled. But there were bars, restaurants, and shops that were open. There was horseback riding there as well. I would definitely go back to any one of these destinations and encourage anyone thinking of going to go. Read Less
Sail Date December 2017
My wife and I went on the 12 day December 9th voyage to the Carribean. We stayed at the Best Western hotel in Elkridge, Maryland the night before. We selected this hotel because they have a program where they take you and pick you up ... Read More
My wife and I went on the 12 day December 9th voyage to the Carribean. We stayed at the Best Western hotel in Elkridge, Maryland the night before. We selected this hotel because they have a program where they take you and pick you up from the ship and let you keep your car over the length of the cruise as long as you stay one night. The price of the hotel was about the same as parking at the pier. Below is my analysis of our cruise: Embarkment was delayed because there was a neuro virus on the previous cruise and the crew had to sterilize it before we boarded. Once we were allowed to board the process was quick and seamless Cabin - We stayed in outside Cabin 3060. Although the cabin was small, it was very comfortable. There was plenty of storage space. Our luggage fit under the bed after we lifted the beds. One was placed in the closet. I recommend that you bring soft sided luggage. There are three 110 outlets, two by the desk and one for a shaver in the bathroom as well as two 220 outlets. I recommend that you bring an extension cord if you want to charge more than 2 items. The bathroom is small especially the shower. The shower did have good water pressure. The bed, configured as a king, was very comfortable. Two king size mattress pads were placed on the bed so you don’t feel the separated beds. The cabin was very quiet and we did not feel the ship’s motion. The cabin steward kept the cabin clean and made cute animal figures. Television – The TV is flat screen. The tv stations could have been better. There were 5 stations related to the ship and RCI. However, channel 14 was good in that it had the daily morning show with Big Bob(Cruise Director) and Tornado Tanya (Assistant Cruise Director). There was no indication on any of the cruise channels of the current temperature or weather condition. There was one prime time station which showed the same reruns constantly. They had CNN international which reported very little US news. However FOX News was broadcasted with much more US news. TNT, TRU and TBS was broadcasted in Spanish, but the shows were in English with no Spanish subtitles, but commercials and promos were in Spanish (how weird). There were a couple of children’s stations as well as sports. Dining – We ate breakfast mainly in the Windjammer because of the delicious made to order omelets. The fruit was also delicious as well as the hash browns. In the dining room they offered a fruit, cold cereal and meat bar which was very good. For lunch we mainly ate at the café in the Solarium. They had a delicious fresh carved roast beef sandwich with gravy every day as well as pre-made sandwiches and desserts. They also had made to order salads. We ate dinner every night in the Main Dining room. The food there was excellent. There was always something different each night. There was one lobster night and two formal nights. Our wait staff, Antonio and Loxley, was great and very accommodating. Shows – There was either a production show or a headliner every night. There was also one adult late night show. The production shows were good but could use some updating to more contemporary music. The Tango show was boring but well executed. Most of the headliners were very good. There was one violinist which was unbelievable. The singer was amazing. The comedians for the most part were good. There was one Magician/comedian which was awful. He told cliché type jokes and performed very little magic. The magic was something you would see at a kid’s party. The ship’s orchestra, singers and dancers were great. Game shows – The game shows and competitions were very good especially the Quest and the Sexiest Man. Pool – The configuration of the pool area is great. We were able to sit in the outside pool area and use the adults only pool located in the Solarium. We were always able to find a lounge chair at the outside pool, but had some trouble in the Solarium. There are four hot tubs in the outside pool area, two for kids and two for adults. In the Solarium there are two hot tubs and one pool. The pool was never very crowded. RCI now has a policy where lifeguards are on duty at all pools which keeps the kids from jumping in the hot tubs and pool. Music – Most of the music was in the Centrum. The house band, Celebration, played mostly easy listening music. There was a fantastic guitar and violin dual (Rosario Strings) and the pool band was great. There was also a piano player which was a typical lounge act. They Grandeur should have a rock band playing contemporary music. Read Less
Sail Date December 2017
This cruise was recommended and affordable for my husband and I. We had an amazing experience. We were served with smiles and excellent customer service with every interaction. Dining was great with Desmond and Loxely, such excellent ... Read More
This cruise was recommended and affordable for my husband and I. We had an amazing experience. We were served with smiles and excellent customer service with every interaction. Dining was great with Desmond and Loxely, such excellent quality service. Natalie in the fitness center was a joy and delight to take classes with. Entertainment was superior. The cabin was always kept in excellent condition, and every evening we came into a wonderful surprise! The ship was kept clean and disinfected. Every crew member on the ship that we saw was smiling and happy to serve. We would HIGHLY recommend this cruise to anyone looking for a great getaway with great care. We did not travel with children on this cruise but I think that it would be a great cruise to take our children on when they are a little bit older. We will definitely look for this cruise line when we plan our next vacation. Read Less
Sail Date November 2017

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