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7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral

7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral (Orlando)

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)
  • Day 2
    CocoCay
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    Cozumel
  • Day 5
    Roatan
  • Day 6
    Costa Maya
  • Day 7
    Cruising
  • Day 8
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)

Harmony of the Seas

Harmony of the Seas - Royal Caribbean International

Pros

One of the largest cruise ships in the world offers plenty of choice

Cons

Can feel crowded and busy, despite clever design to combat congestion

Bottom Line

Fantastic ship for families and those looking for great entertainment and activities


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: December 2018
Shout out to royal Caribbean, everything run smoothly. The only problem we encounter was our cabins were in 6 deck, we heard the music that goes on until 3am fron deck 5. My nices an nephew’s room were right above boleros it was ... Read More
Shout out to royal Caribbean, everything run smoothly. The only problem we encounter was our cabins were in 6 deck, we heard the music that goes on until 3am fron deck 5. My nices an nephew’s room were right above boleros it was loud, I felt bad they are hard workers and needed to sleep, we did not try to get another cabin ship was full to capacity, my advice don’t book in deck 6. I tried meals a couple of times at the dining room, service was good, food was terrible, food was good at the buffet, pizza was also good, they have enough places to eat. Entertainment was good,, we enjoy the shows. Ports were good, except in Puerto Rico where we enjoy few hours, we needed more time to explore, Royal Caribbean needs de spend more time in this port so much to see with so little time. We will go again in the future Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2018
Where to begin. Our family of 20 went from December 23-30 for Christmas. The port was fast (although the cops outside directing traffic were rude but oh well) and got us through easily with no problems. We got on the boat around 11:30 and ... Read More
Where to begin. Our family of 20 went from December 23-30 for Christmas. The port was fast (although the cops outside directing traffic were rude but oh well) and got us through easily with no problems. We got on the boat around 11:30 and our rooms were ready by 1pm with most everyone’s bags there for us. Our rooms were spacious and the balcony was roomy and nice. The ship itself is nice but that might be where the pros end. If you wanted to do most of the shows you needed to book ahead of time aka before you even got on the ship which is annoying because a lot of the time on vacation you just want to go with the flow and not worry about rushing to make a reservation. It should be first come first serve. You don’t know what you are going to want to do day-to-day until that time. There were some opportunities where things were not booked ahead of time for you to just show up but that was rare not to mention that the shows were mediocre. The comedians were the same all freaking week so there was no variety there but it didn’t matter since we could only book one time since it was so hard to get reservations for anything anyway. Night life was THE WORST aside from a couple fun adult game shows but they were over by midnight at the latest. There was almost nothing to do except go to the casino which is fun a couple of nights but not every night. The club on Carnival was packed and fun every night but on RC, where's the club even at??We were with a couple of smokers and there were only two designated smoking areas – the casino which is good if you like casinos and enjoy smelling like an ashtray for the rest of the night or on the side of the ship near the pool which would be fine if the bar right there didn’t close at 10pm. If you are going to force smokers to a tiny area where they are secluded, at least have the bar open until 2am. I understand a lot of people don't smoke and don't like to be around it but they made smokers feel unwanted. Both should be respected equally. The food was just ok. Some nights at the formal dining room was really good but other nights it left something to be desired although the staff was very friendly and attentive every night. The Solarium food was amazing (and a great hangout place for adults … who don’t smoke) and the Windjammer buffet was not that great and only used if it was too late to go to your formal dining location. Sorrento’s pizza was the best and open until 3am so that was a bonus as far as food goes. There were WAY too many restaurants that you have to pay for. You already paid so much for the cruise, all the food should be included or maybe have 1 or 2 that have a small upcharge but some were $95 a person … no thank you. No way the food is worth it. They also had a curfew for anyone under 18. I don't think small children should be running around until all hours of the night but teenagers shouldn't be forced to go to bed. If their parents said it was ok to stay out, relax by the pool or by the pizza place then leave them alone. Don’t force them to go to their rooms if they aren't causing a scene or being unruly. My nieces and nephews who are between 13-16 were harassed by the security on board multiple times when all they were doing was sitting with friends talking and laughing. One security guard even came up to my brother-in-law asking if his kids that were sitting right next him were in fact his kids and if they should still be up at 2am. That’s just rude. They were eating pizza and hanging out ... WITH THEIR DAD. Oh and EVERY LITTLE THING YOU BUY HAD 18% GRATUITY added to it which is absurd. So if you get a drink don’t tip your bartender because surprise! They are already tipped. Ask for tip at the end of the trip allowing them to be tipped accordingly instead of taxing everything. All and all if you want to go on a cruise that is fun with a lot of nightlife, freedom and way better food, choose Carnival or any other line than RC. If you want to be snobby and rude to other passengers and go to bed by 9pm then this cruise is for you! We thought it would be amazing with this ship being newer, huge and with the reputation RC has but nope. Never again. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2018
If you want lots to do and lots of options, this is your ship! In fact, I am not even sure why we got a balcony considering we were hardly on it. The Holiday Cruise was filled with families of all generations, lots of kids and lots of ... Read More
If you want lots to do and lots of options, this is your ship! In fact, I am not even sure why we got a balcony considering we were hardly on it. The Holiday Cruise was filled with families of all generations, lots of kids and lots of scooters. It was also filled to maximum capacity (what would you expect the week of Christmas)? If you plan to do this one, get ready for crowds and big groups which also means crowded elevators, etc. RC staff were fabulous and handle the crowds with smiles and quick service. It amazes me everywhere we went. Loved the cabin (9288) and the updates as far as storage, space, etc. the specialty restaurant 150 was outstanding and the little outside bar in Central Park has the best bartenders ever!! All shows were outstanding! I also did the martini making class and had a great tone and learned a lot. In Dan Juan we did the rum tour (i got to make a monitor—this was not the Bacardi tour but a tour where we saw a little of the city and then went to a bar to learn about rum—fun fun!!) For me, I prefer the smaller ships but if you want big with lots of choices, this is the one for you!! Read Less
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