7 Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas Cruise Reviews for Fitness Cruises to Caribbean - Eastern

Having previously travelled only on one cruise (Disney Magic, 2012) we decided to choose RC as we heard from a variety of other more experienced cruisers that it was equally family friendly. After 9 nights we can honestly say that the ... Read More
Having previously travelled only on one cruise (Disney Magic, 2012) we decided to choose RC as we heard from a variety of other more experienced cruisers that it was equally family friendly. After 9 nights we can honestly say that the staff ARE very friendly, but there are issues. Childrens programs: a bit second rate. The staff are very nice and helpful, but almost everything takes place inside. Teen program is good but anything younger and its more of a low cost daycare than anything Else. Food: Main dining room food is very good and staff are as well. Windjammer food also good, though a bit repetative after a few days. Dismayed to learn there was only one specialty restaurant on ship as it appeared originally that we would have a few to choose from. All in all, people were definitely trying hard to please you but the ship has had its day. Needs an upgrade. It IS family friendly but seems like the family friendliness is recent, that they are used to the typical chubby food oriented Americans and not people with kids, young people who dont drink and smoke and gamble all that much and kids. Smoking was VERY surprising to be found all over the place. Being Canadian we arent used to this. It was good, but not great. We wont be on RC again except maybe one of the newer bigger ships. Pools: Smaller, sloshy in bad weather, small hot tubs closed for maintenance whole trip. Clean. Room: it was a suite so larger than we had previously, though a bit weird in its layout.. Why do we store clothing in "kitchenette" area? Otherwise good enough. Needs upgrade. General ship appearance: Good, needs upgrade. Ship issues: A water bottle filling station would be nice as you cannot use pop machines and taps in bathrooms do not get cold. Sporting gear and gym is showing wear and tear. Not much to do if you dont wish to gamble or drink. Read Less
Sail Date November 2013
We were on the Explorer from 11/3 - 11/14/2013. Overall we found the trip to be excellent. We drove from Buffalo to Bayonne and stayed overnight in Stroudsburg, PA. WE parked at PREMIER PARKING about 1 mile away from the port. Our ... Read More
We were on the Explorer from 11/3 - 11/14/2013. Overall we found the trip to be excellent. We drove from Buffalo to Bayonne and stayed overnight in Stroudsburg, PA. WE parked at PREMIER PARKING about 1 mile away from the port. Our experience with this company was excellent. Embarkation: Smooth and quick until it was time to actually board the ship. We got a card with number 22 for our order to get on the bus to the ship. The process was very slow. It took over an hour for our number to be called. Part of the reason for the delay is that all handicapped pax or those needing assitance were allowed to board first. Cabin: We had an inside cabin on deck 9 which was conveniently located near the forward lifts. Our steward was excellent. Dining was in the Megellan MDR . Food was excellent. Service was too. Entertainment: Not the best that we have seen but good-very good. On exception was Norm Crosby, the veteran comedian who is now 86 years old. He put on a great show. I heard many people rave about the show afterwards, however, I did hear some younger pax who didn't know who he was and didn't appreciate the show. I guess it was a generational thing. Ports: Great variety of ports. WE got off the boat at every port and did a couple of excursions. Our favorite was our day resort stay at the Marriot in Antigua. Disembarkation was good. We did the express and took our own bags. there was a bit of delay at the elevators. After waiting at the Center Ice for 10 minutes, they allowed us to go to the first deck to exit but there were too many people for the elevators. We dragged our bags down the two floors and were off the ship in five minutes. Customs was fast and we got our van to Premier parking within 10 minutes. We were on the road to Buffalo by 9:00 AM. overall experience: Excellent Read Less
Sail Date November 2013
We should note that we were originally booked to sail on the Explorer on October 28, 2012 but when we learned that the ship was going to be at sea in Hurricane Sandy and that a 14 ft. storm surge was expected up the Hudson River, We ... Read More
We should note that we were originally booked to sail on the Explorer on October 28, 2012 but when we learned that the ship was going to be at sea in Hurricane Sandy and that a 14 ft. storm surge was expected up the Hudson River, We decided to use better judgement and wrote the cruise off. We got into our car and headed back home. (Toronto, Canada) To our surprise, nine days later, RCCL Customer Service called us asking why we did not go on the cruise. After we explained why we abandoned the cruise, they offered a FULL credit towards another cruise. This was totally unexpected by us as we did not seek to be reimbursed. Hurray for RCCL. That was great Customer Service on their part and we will certainly keep that in mind in the future. As a result, We chose the 9 nine day Eastern Caribbean cruise departing on November 24, 2012. This was our 27th cruise including 5 with RCCL and our first time on the Explorer. This was the largest ship that we have sailed on. We have sailed from Bayonne some time ago so we were familiar with the boarding process and in this case everything went smoothly. Once on board, it was evident that the ship had gone through Hurricane Sandy. The carpet in the corridors were water stained. No problem though, it had been dried out. We were in a balcony cabin (7218) and it was clean and dry with no evidence of damage. As far as the cruise, it was 9 pleasant days. In spite of what some other reviewers noted, it seemed to be crowded everywhere. Particularly the Windjammer Cafe where it was difficult to find a seat at any time. In our case, after 27 cruises, we have settled into our favorite cruise routine and that is listening to music and dancing. The Explorere had the best and most listening and dancing music of any ship that we have sailed on. Unfortunately, they had the best of this entertainment in venues with a very small dance floor or no place for dancing at all. The Crown and Kettle pub was a good example. The nightly entertainment was Sam Collins, a very seasoned and gifted singer/guitarist. If you wanted to dance in the pub, you had to move a couple of tables out of the way and dance on the carpet. We did this and listened and danced to great music by Sam every night. Dizzy's Jazz Lounge on deck 14 had a group called The Starlight Band. The four band members (Rusty, Ronald, Bong and Mandy) were very talented and played music from all eras including ballroom, jazz, rock, etc. The upside to Dizzy's Jazz Lounge along with the good music was Kathy, the server that kept you in good spirits all night. The downside was the very small dance floor. Of course, we are being "picky" and that's not fair to the Explorer. We did a lot of dancing and enjoyed the music. There was enough of this to choose from, so we're sure that everyone found their favorite music. All in all it was a good cruise. We are very active seniors and we will take our next cruise on the Explorer and hope that entertainers like Sam Collins and the Starlight Band are booked for the trip. Read Less
Sail Date November 2012
Background Information: My mother and I took this vacation for celebration of graduating from middle school with high honor roll throughout the 3 years (of hell). I (15 years old) have previously sailed on HAL, Celebrity and Carnival ... Read More
Background Information: My mother and I took this vacation for celebration of graduating from middle school with high honor roll throughout the 3 years (of hell). I (15 years old) have previously sailed on HAL, Celebrity and Carnival coming to a total of 7 cruises. My mom has sailed on Costa, Celebrity, Carnival, Norwegian and HAL 12 times. This was our first RCCL cruise. Embarkation: We live in upstate New York, so we were happy we didn't have to fly or travel too far to Bayonne, NJ. We took Yankee Trails World Travel to and from the dockyard. Only about 5 other people were on the bus on the way down, so it was very quiet and easy to take a nap. We arrived very early. It was quick and easy, less than 15 minutes. No line. Unfortunately we had to wait for about an hour before they allowed passengers to begin boarding. Ship/Cabin Info: The ship is HUGE! 138,000 tons was by the the largest ship I have ever sailed on. It took a good 10 minutes to walk from one end to the other. I really liked the layout of the ship. Everything was relatively easy to get to, once you figured it out. Our cabin was in the very front of the ship, which was kind of a pain. We had an inside stateroom, which was plenty for two people. We were never in the cabin except for showers (sometimes we would shower in the gym/spa) and sleeping. Don't listen to people who say that the Explorer is worn out. It is a beautiful ship and is still in really good shape for its age. The crew is always cleaning and maintaining the ship. If you are having a good time, you aren't going to notice is the carpet has a small stain on it. It has no effect on your vacation either. The Royal Promenade was gorgeous and always nice to look at from any of the above decks. Activities: Royal Caribbean really needs to add more entertainment and activities for all ages. At some times I would actually feel a little bored! We did not have enough pool games or really anything going on during the day at sea. You could go ice skating, (only on certain days) rock climbing, or play sports/mini golf, but if none of that was really your thing you ultimately sat by the pool or in the Solarium. Oh by the way the Solarium is not really adults only. If your teen/child is quiet and respects the adults, no one has a problem with you enjoying the larger hot tubs or pool. It is nice to nap or read in the Solarium compared to in the main pool area with music and children running around. We did not go to any shows but everyone says "Don't miss the ice show!" We got our tickets in the MDR but never went. Service/Dining: The Explorer is not as "friendly" as everyone talks it up to. The crew rarely smiled or greeted you. Our cabin steward was AWFUL. She left us only two animal towels over the course of the 9 night vacation. We had difficulties receiving an extra towel. She was very rude and usually only cleaned our room once at night between 5 and 9pm. When we were leaving we did not tip her since she was a lousy steward. She cursed and yelled at us as we were walking away. The other steward whom we would occasionally would pass in the hall would always smile and quickly chat with us. We never had a problem in the MDR or Windjammer. Our waiters in the MDR were absolutely incredible. The Maitre D cut my duck up off the bone into little bite sized pieces for me. On the first night we did not like the people we sat with (everyone was rude, silent and seemed stuck up). There was no problem moving our seats where we sat with another mother and daughter who were hilarious. Our waiter and asst. waiter were phenomenal. They were so sweet and funny and always made our dinner a pleasurable time. The food in the windjammer was fine. Nothing too special. Same food everyday. The MDR was better. I suggest going to breakfast in the MDR at least once! Soft serve ice cream machine was very convenient. We did not try any specialty restaurants. Leigh was a very funny cruise director and everyone had a lot of laughs with him. When they were filming for the daily morning show my friends and I were able to jump in and give a shout out. I also got a picture with Leigh and his asst, whose name I can't remember right now. :/ Optix: This was the teen (12-17) room. We were separated by (12-14) and (15-17). During the cruise I was 14, but made friends with all of the older teens. I got permission from my mother to switch groups so I could join my friends in the activities. They were basically the same activities, but the 15-17 group would do it an hour later. We had dance parties every night in Optix. Each night would have a different theme. The dance floor was very small, but it usually wasn't an issue. Two nights we used the adult nightclub. One night for the "Silent Party" where everyone got headphones and could choose between 2 different djs music. It was an interesting experience which you should not miss! The next party in the nightclub was so much better than the parties in Optix. BERMUDA: Purchased bus day tickets. Took bus to Warwick Long Bay Beach/Jobson's cove. We have previously visit this spot. It's so much less populated compared to horseshoe. No one really jumps off the rocks like you can at horseshoe maybe because no one really knows if it is safe. But you can climb up the rocks to the top and you can an amazing view of the beach. The rock formations are incredible and so fascinating. The water was pretty cold compared to Caribbean water, but it was still swimmable. ST MAARTEN: We took a taxi to Orient Beach, on the French side of St. Martin. The beach was absolutely gorgeous and one of my favorite places. I definitely suggest trying a Guavaberry drink! PUERTO RICO: We took a ferry to the other side of the San Juan bay. We took a taxi to the Bacardi Factory. We thought it was going to be a quick 15 minute tour, but we misheard them and it was a 50 minute tour. We only had a couple hours in Puerto Rico, so by the time we got back to San Juan we had very little time left for shopping. We were given free samples and the tour was very informal. LABADEE: Labadee is a small peninsula owned by RCCL. You could easily walk the entire island several times. You have many beaches to choose from, but they are all pretty crowded. The water is like bath water. You have many attractions to choose from. The zip line is the longest zip line over water in the world. I stayed at adrenaline beach, which is the cove right below the zip line. Labadee has a cute little market where many Haitian vendors are all trying to sell you their handcrafts. Make sure you bargain them down A LOT if you want a reasonable price. Some vendors traded some of their items for a passengers food. If a Haitian was found at the barbecue they were escorted away and their food was throw in the trash. Disembarkation: It was very quick and easy, no problems. Our Yankee trails bus was late, so we were the last ones left. The bus was packed with people. It was definitely a much different experience compared to on the way down. We made a stop about halfway through, which let off a large number of people. The driver was very nice. I would definitely use Yankee Trails again in the future. Overall I had a very nice, long vacation. 9 days is a perfect length for a cruise. I made so many friends, which I still try and keep in touch with today. I met so many wonderful people that I hope to see again one day. I would definitely cruise with RCCL and the Explorer again. The itinerary was okay, nothing special. It is nice if you want a relaxing vacation without having to worry so much about the ports and using a lot of energy lol. Thank you for reading! Sorry it was so long. If you have any questions please message me! Read Less
Sail Date June 2012
This is my 15th cruise overall, and my 6th on Explorer itself. On this cruise was myself (40), my husband (39), my daughter (12), my mother (60) and my father (71). The morning of the cruise, we arrived at the terminal at around 11:30. ... Read More
This is my 15th cruise overall, and my 6th on Explorer itself. On this cruise was myself (40), my husband (39), my daughter (12), my mother (60) and my father (71). The morning of the cruise, we arrived at the terminal at around 11:30. We were onboard around noon. The check-in was painless, and the wait for our bus was less than 5 minutes. Our rooms were ready after 1pm, all our bags were waiting for us, so we unpacked, and began our vacation. We started this long cruise with 3 sea days, as we made our way to the Caribbean. I was actually looking forward to three sea days like you wouldn't believe, because of events that had been making my life hectic the couple of months prior. The sea days didn't disappoint! I slept until I wanted to, got up and went to the gym, then joined my parents on their balcony for coffee, and waited for my husband and daughter to wake up. Once they did, we would all head up to the Windjammer for breakfast. After that, we had our pick of many activities. We took advantage of the trivia games and scavenger hunts that the ship offered, which made for a great time! We also used the cards and games from the game room up near the Viking Crown Lounge. Also on this cruise was something I hadn't seen on a cruise before; they offered "Enrichment Lectures". Every sea day, they would have a couple speakers on different subjects. We took interest in Daniel Lynch, who would speak about fitness and health for a half hour on every sea day in the Schooner Bar. Very interesting information! I thought that was a great idea by RCI. Then once the weather got nicer, we sat out by the pool and just relaxed. Dinner every night was at 6pm, and the food was great to outstanding. Our servers Nilesh and Ritvan were outstanding, and we had the best head waiter of any cruise; very helpful and visible and attentive. Ekran was his name, maybe? I can't remember. On the first night, I had ordered a cake for my parent's anniversary, and it arrived with celebration! The staff sung "Happy Anniversary" to them, and lit the candles on the cake. We celebrated with some Asti Spumante, and it was such a fun and special time. After dinner we would hit 8:00 trivia in the Schooner Bar every single night. We won a number of times. A bar waiter named Kendall in the Schooner Bar always took great care of us. RCI also had "Interactive Trivia", which is like an NTN trivia. First time I ever saw that on a ship! It was great fun, as you are given handheld devices to record your answers. Lots of fun! During the week, we also took advantage of the Mini Golf and my daughter did the Rock Climbing. On the first sea day, the Cruise Critic Meet & Mingle was held in The Chamber. This was the ONE morning I woke up so late and had to rush to get there (one minute late), and then I had to leave RIGHT after the M&M so I did get to meet only some CC members, but then I had to spend the rest of the cruise looking out for the rest. I did find many more, so that was nice! I do NOT like the M&Ms in The Chamber, however. It is so dark in there, it's not very conducive to meeting and greeting! Also in the evening, there was guitar music with Igor in the Schooner Bar. He was excellent as well, and nice to sit and have a drink and wind down the night to. I didn't take advantage of all the late-night activities, because I am one to be in bed early and up early. (Total reverse of the 'old me'! LOL) This was my daughter's first time with the 12-14 age group on the ship. Because there weren't many kids, the teens were combined and it was ages 12-17. But it didn't matter, because the scheduled activities for the teens only depend on IF the teens want to do it. It is unlike the younger Adventure Ocean groups, where the scheduled activities always go on. Not so with the teens. If no one wants to do it, then it gets cancelled. Which was a bit of a bummer for my daughter. The teens are allowed to come and go as they please, so they would hang out in Optix (the teen lounge) and then just decide to take off and roam around. Well, sorry, but my 12 year old was not allowed to roam around with teens she just met! She was allowed to do the teen Scavenger Hunts as long as she was WITH a partner and ONLY stayed in public areas, not outside, and no cabin hallways. They did hold Teen Ice Skating, and she did attend that, but only about 5 or so kids actually skated. So those times were fine, but other than that, she stuck with the 4 of us. Which was fine, she actually enjoyed the trivia games and some of the shows we saw. The ports were all wonderful. In St. Maarten, we took the Water Taxi to the nearest beach and rented chairs and basked in the sun all day. In St. Thomas, we went to closeby Emerald Beach, and it was beautiful! In Puerto Rico, we took a horse and buggy ride. And Labadee...well, this is my favorite spot in the world! Absolutely beautiful! And the Labadoozies are the best. The new pier is so much better than tendering! And when we were sailing away from Labadee, we were fortunate to be on our balcony on the starboard side of the ship so we could see the Haitian dancers performing for us as we were sailing away, and waving us off! It was beautiful, and it really left a great memory of that island. We only saw some of the shows after dinner. For the second time on Explorer, we saw The Unexpected Boys. They are a cover group of The Four Seasons. They are excellent! My parents, who are big fans of the Four Seasons, especially enjoyed them. They sounded just like them! We also saw a juggler/comedian, who was very good at what he did, but it's just not my cup of tea, and neither are production shows. In addition, we saw a man who was once with The Drifters. I cannot remember his name, but he was 79, and he was awesome! Even my 12 year old daughter enjoyed it very much. He put on a wonderful show. We really could not find a horrible thing about this vacation. We had a starboard balcony cabin on Deck 8, and our stateroom attendant Elmer went above & beyond to help us out. The ship looked good and the staff was great. At the Meet & Mingle, the speaker said that the Explorer of the Seas has the highest loyalty following, and you can see why. It is a great ship with a great staff. We booked yet another cruise on her for next Fall. Debarking was also painless. We breezed through customs, although we heard that we may have just made it in time. We heard there were people waiting on buses behind us for quite a while because of some issues with passengers and customs. But all in all, it was an absolutely wonderful vacation, and cannot wait for our next Explorer cruise! Read Less
Sail Date November 2011
We sailed the Explorer on 7/7/11 and had a pretty good cruise experience. We stayed in the Royal Suite and it was a lovely room with lots of space. The Explorer looked good for her age but I think she's got to be close to getting her ... Read More
We sailed the Explorer on 7/7/11 and had a pretty good cruise experience. We stayed in the Royal Suite and it was a lovely room with lots of space. The Explorer looked good for her age but I think she's got to be close to getting her dry dock update, which is good because she is probably due for some new furniture in places, etc. The food was good and the menus were similar those of our last RCI cruise. The dining room service was just okay. Our waiter was good but his back up cast fell short at times. I think they could have used more bar staff in the dining room and the assistant waiters seemed to be spread thin with more tables to handle than the head waiter. We were thankful to have a wonderful table location with a beautiful ocean view every night so we couldn't complain too much. We ate in Portofinos one evening and had a wonderful dining experience with great food and service. We hit Johnny Rockets and the pizza place on deck 5 and they were good as well. We didn't eat in the Windjammer too much but when we did I found the selection and quality of food good for a buffet. The on board entertainment was varied and very enjoyable. The comedians were very funny and the Unexpected Boys ( Jersey Boys take off) were my favorite. The ice skating show was good but there were a couple of mishaps during our show. The area in which the skaters have to skate/execute jumps is very small though so I am actually surprised they don't have more falls. The Quest game show is definitely a highlight as well, not to be missed. Jimmy, the cruise director was hilarious and the Explorer is lucky to have him. The ship concierge Carlos was also exceptional, going above and beyond, the best concierge we have had on a RCI ship. The Adventure Ocean staff also deserves special mention, they do a wonderful job with the little ones, as did the on board babysitters. I used the spa services twice, once for an up-do on formal night and again for a facial and massage. The hair was great, but the massage and facial were costly and just okay for me. We didn't use RCI for any of our shore excursions so I can't comment on the excursion desk. I will say that the stop in Puerto Rico was really a waste. We were only there for a few short hours so you have to stay fairly close to the ship and there is not much to do except shop or go to Senior Frogs. It would have been nice to instead dock overnight in St. Maarten or St. Thomas and cut out Old San Juan all together. Leaving out of Jersey the ship draws most of it's passengers out of New York, New Jersey, PA, etc. and they are definitely a lively and fun crowd to be on board with. During summer I would also consider this a family cruise. Our sailing had over 900 kids on it, mostly teens. The staff did a good job though enforcing curfew, etc. so we didn't see too many issues arise. All in all, we had a memorable and fun cruise, one I would recommend to others. Read Less
Sail Date July 2011
Went on the 9 night Bermuda and eastern/southern caribbean cruise on Explorer. Our group included 2 diamond members, and 4 gold members in the C&A. Before departing we discovered via Cruise Critic of the damage to the ship. Also RCL ... Read More
Went on the 9 night Bermuda and eastern/southern caribbean cruise on Explorer. Our group included 2 diamond members, and 4 gold members in the C&A. Before departing we discovered via Cruise Critic of the damage to the ship. Also RCL had notified us of the C&A program changes and communication has been made with appropriate management about the unacceptable changes. Enough with the background off to the cruise.We are from the NY/NJ/PA area so we drove up the day of and had a friend drop us off at the port. Bayonne is Bayonne, being from there it's standard but the Russian monument for 9/11 is great and there are good views of the city on a good day. Unfortunately we left in fog and rain, but alas that was our worst weather.We began our cruise with lunch in the Windjammer. Standard fare. I for one miss the grill feature of the older ships. Just my opinion nothing wrong with the indoor grill, but prefer the poolside grill. The windjammer food was average with a better dessert selection than the dining many nights.  After lunch we all checked out our cabins and unpacked. The group had 2 balcony rooms and an interior stateroom. The cabins were adequate although the balconys needed to be touched up.The food at dinner was ok at best. The menu was limited, one steak, one pasta, a fish and 2 vegetarian entrees an evening. Of course the alternate menu was always available. One night in the dining room, the menu presented filet of beef tenderloin. It turned out to be 2 slices of london broil. We have also noticed the portions are smaller and it is now a 3 course meal instead of 4 courses. Another old touch that is missed is the after dinner cordial or as we call it the shot tray. We just miss the little RCL shot glasses with that nights concoction. The service was spectacular from our waiter and assistant waiter. The head waiter simply made rounds. We found the wine package to be a good investment, especially as our evenings were Concierge Club, Dinner, back to the club. Yong in the CC lounge is fantastic. We had a great group and will miss this if our membership is not grandfathered come September. More on this to come.The lunches in the dining room were fantastic. The salad station offered great variety and there were many appealing choices despite the menu being on a two to three day rotation. Breakfast for us was the Windjammer and repetitive by choice. The selection was good and the food hot so it is what it is.We also had dinner at Portofino's one evening. The food is excellent but 2 and a half hours of eating is just gorging for us. What the dining room lacks in portion and presentation Portofinos more than makes up. Service here again was impeccable.After dinner we did trivia and the shows. We're not gamblers so no idea if the tables were hot.Being well-read learned types we finished near the top in each round of trivia and despite missing a round almost won the Ultimate Trivia.The shows were pretty good. Some of the dancer lacked enthusiasm but many of the staff were approaching the end of their contracts. This was extremely noticeable with the cruise director's staff. We do not mind the staff having fun but for the staff to be openly drinking heavily is inappropriate. There were other shenanigans beside the drinking but we'll write that off to kids being kids and their contracts being up. This cruise was a slightly above average cruise for us. The reason for this being above average was the attentive nature of our waitstaff, Merrick and Henri, our cabin stewards, Winston and Franklin and Yong, the concierge lounge attendant. The reason this cruise was not excellent is the lack of variety for food, lack of food/snacks, in the sports bar and English pub, the disinterest of the cruise director's staff and the little cutbacks. The cutbacks were the chocolates on the pillows, the cordials, the smaller portions, and the drink of the day not being pre-poured. These are minor cutbacks but signify a shift in the cruise lines attitude. Historically the cruise is an almost all-inclusive vacation with constant attention. Now we're seeing this change. THe most noteable change is the treatment of the loyalty programs members. As discussed elsewhere on cruise critic and in e-mails and postings by RCL, the diamond members are being excluded from the concierge club. Our disagreement is not in the paying for our drinks but the loss of camraderie. The CC represents a place to re-connect with old friends and meet new ones. Now it will take our group another 10 years at least to re-gain the treatment we believed we had earned through our past loyalty with RCL. For the first time in a long time our multi-generational group is considering other lines and alternate vacations. RCL you have a fantastic product and a loyal customer base. Treat us with the dignity and respect we deserve. We have graciously forked over tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars to sail with you. We earned our benefits and wish to keep them. Keep up the good work your doing and return to your greatness. Read Less
Sail Date May 2009
Explorer of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.2
Dining 4.0 4.0
Entertainment 5.0 3.9
Public Rooms 4.0 4.3
Fitness Recreation 5.0 4.1
Family 5.0 4.1
Shore Excursion 3.0 3.8
Enrichment 4.0 3.5
Service 4.0 4.4
Value For Money 5.0 3.9
Rates 4.0 4.1

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