55 Royal Caribbean Grandeur of the Seas First-Time Cruisers Cruise Reviews

We loved it! Service was amazing and that made the vacation fantastic! We traveled with my parents and my kids (13 and 9). RC changed the itinerary twice without compensation. They canceled a day at Coco Cay and replaced it with Miami of ... Read More
We loved it! Service was amazing and that made the vacation fantastic! We traveled with my parents and my kids (13 and 9). RC changed the itinerary twice without compensation. They canceled a day at Coco Cay and replaced it with Miami of all places! Then they canceled grand Bahama island and made it 2 days in Nassau. But boat was fun and we had a great time. All of the food was delicious. We all tried new foods and ate a lot. My teen was in food heaven- room service for pre- breakfast, buffet for breakfast, buffet/dining room for lunch, cafe for afternoon snack, buffet for pre-dinner snack, dining room for dinner. Trivia and other games were fun to play as a family. We won family bingo and got medals! Excursion to blue lagoon was to die for. Go there if you can. Well worth the money! Btw, this was our first cruise and we all get motion sickness easily. I was motion sick the first night. We were still on the Chesapeake bay so I was thinking I would have to get off cruise at first port (because I thought the ocean would be way worse). But then we all put on a scopolamine patch and sea bands. We felt great the rest of the trip. Read Less
Sail Date April 2018
We wanted to get married on the cruise and it worked out great. We did not have to want for anything while we were there. The entertainment was great. Tanya and Susan were fantastic and such high energy. The dining room with our servers at ... Read More
We wanted to get married on the cruise and it worked out great. We did not have to want for anything while we were there. The entertainment was great. Tanya and Susan were fantastic and such high energy. The dining room with our servers at table 424 could not have been better. They are so friendly and by the second night they new what we wanted without asking. We loved Kings Wharf and Cococay but were not as impressed with Nassas. I felt very unsafe there. It was dirty and had we known about the Atlantis tour we would have taken it. We will go on this ship for sure again and I hope to have another great time. The people who work for you could not have been more friendly and also so kind. We enjoyed it more than we could express. Im glad that we took Royal Caribbean as our first cruise. Read Less
Sail Date July 2017
This was my first cruise so I have nothing to compare it with. Overall, it was okay. Not spectacular, not awful. The water was thankfully smooth, the weather cool. We had a cabin on deck 2 in the center and it was very quiet and we barely ... Read More
This was my first cruise so I have nothing to compare it with. Overall, it was okay. Not spectacular, not awful. The water was thankfully smooth, the weather cool. We had a cabin on deck 2 in the center and it was very quiet and we barely felt the movement of the ship. I was surprised at how tiny the cabins are and the bathrooms are about the size of a airline bathroom. Crazy small. For the cost, I would think they would be bigger! The room was clean and kept this way by a good attendant who visited at least 3 times a day. The space had a small loveseat that we piled things on because we had no place to store our bigger luggage. The space under the beds is too low. The ship uses the room space well, little storage cubbies everywhere and a decent sized closet. I found the small area a bit claustrophobic and spent as little time in the room as I could. The activities on board are simple little games like bean bag toss and themed trivia lists. RC would do better if they had an explanation of the activities in the paper they leave in the room each evening for the next day. I didn't understand that "family trivia" was for everyone. I thought it was for those traveling with families. The same with the line dancing. I figured a partner/spouse was required. Basic explanations might have made my leisure time more enjoyable. A first timers orientation, announced well and given more than once would be helpful too. Entertainment: As mentioned, some simple games going on much of the time. Music performers in the center atrium each afternoon and sometimes beside the outdoor pool on deck 9. Island music. Classical piano/violin. And the cruise line's band that featured a bored girl singer with a decent voice who looked and sounded as though she'd rather be anywhere but there. Each night, the theater has some sort of show--magician, comedians a couple of times, the cruise lines performers/singer/dancers, a wonderful violinist who surprised me by keeping my attention the full time. The ship is older and a bit dated looking but clean and pretty well kept. Any problem was immediately taken care of. I discovered the walking track on deck 5 about halfway into the cruise. It's a bit more sheltered than the open air track on deck 10. Not being a person who likes to sit or lay around much, I spend a lot of time walking the decks, wishing we weren't at sea for 2 boring days! A favorite place is the Solarium on deck 9 that is adult only. It's a large area with lounge chairs, two hot tubs and a pool. Heated and covered for all types of weather. Food: There are three "free" eating places. Two of them are on deck 9 and open much of the time. One is a buffet and the food is well prepared, the lines kept clean, and I always found new things to enjoy. A small Park cafe is a soup and sandwich kind of place at the other end of deck 9 and open except for about four hours in the middle of the night. Tea, coffee, lemonade, water and soft serve ice cream are available all the time for no cost. The free main dining room is on deck 5 and requires reservation you make when booking the cruise. White linen, nice table settings, very, very attentive wait staff, and a menu of assorted higher end foods with three courses. There were two formal nights where people dressed up a bit--mostly church clothes--and the rest of the nights were casual. There are several specialty restaurants that cost extra. With all the food provided, we never tried them. The ship has a spa and shops and there is a soft up-sell at every turn. The spa is the worst. They daily offer "free" treatments that last five minutes or less and then they try to sell you a costly treatment. If there prices were more in line with onshore prices, I would have jumped on a massage! The shops had sales on certain nights so for $10 you could pick up a duty free souvenir--scarves, bags, T-shirts. On this particular cruise to New England/Canada the stops were Boston, Portland, Maine, Bar Harbor, St. John and Halifax in Canada. Boston is full of things to do but plan well. We didn't and missed so many things because everything in Boston closes at 5! . In Portland- we took the lighthouse tour. It was okay but a bit disappointing that two of the lighthouses are tiny, the third was being remodeled and none of them allowed us inside the tower itself. Bar Harbor is beautiful little town though the weather was foggy/misty. We took Ollie's Trolley into the National Park which is lovely but were disappointed not to go to the top of the mountain because of the weather. They made a big deal about taking us to Jordan's pond which is not as nice as the pond in my back yard! Still, we enjoyed the day and the lovely town. We walked out on the sandbar to Bar Island at low tide. Shells and drift wood everywhere. At high tide, the bar is covered with water. St. John - nothing at all to do here. The people are friendly and trying so hard to make it a tourist destination but have little to offer. We did the hop on hop off pink bus tour and eventually got off and walked to a Jewish Museum which was quite informative. Their claim to fame is the Bay of Fundy and it's reversing falls/ tides but you have to be there at a certain time of day to catch that. The buildings here are quaint and could be wonderful with some paint and sprucing up. Halifax-we took a 6 hour tour that was marvelous. Loved Halifax. The tour took us to Peggy's Cove, a picturesque fishing village with a big lighthouse. This day a man in kilt played the bagpipes nearby. What a treat! From there, we saw a Maple Syrup "factory" and sampled many maple products. Lovely place and people. Then back to Halifax to tour their spectacular park and then the Titanic Cemetery. The guide was so respectful and did a marvelous job here of telling stories of the people buried there. We also had some shopping and eating time on their main street. McDonalds had "McLobster" on the menu which my companion said was good. Demographic of the cruise was an older crowd with only a handful of younger families. Many are frequent cruisers. The cruise team works super hard to make the trip pleasant. Kudos to them. Read Less
Sail Date May 2016
This was the first cruise for my 17 year old daughter and myself. I would book it again in a heartbeat. In the past I would have never considered going on a ship with 2,000 strangers for 8 days. Well, never say never! We had a fantastic ... Read More
This was the first cruise for my 17 year old daughter and myself. I would book it again in a heartbeat. In the past I would have never considered going on a ship with 2,000 strangers for 8 days. Well, never say never! We had a fantastic time. I was really surprised at the cleanliness of the ship. We were in room 7130 with a balcony. We did not venture below deck 5 so were unaware of any smells reported in a previous review. The food was quite good. I am very particular about food, so I was not expecting much but was pleasantly surprised. In addition to the Windjammer and Great Gatzby we had dinner in the Italian, Japanese and Chops Grill restaurants. Everything was fantastic. The entertainment was fun and the cruise directors and staff were top notch. You can partake in the activities, or simply relax in your room. Our room was very clean, spacious and quiet. The rooms must be soundproof because I did not hear anything outside. It never seemed crowded on the ship. One day I was the only person walking around the track on deck 11 (it was windy though). Kennedy Space Center was amazing. We didn't get much time in Nassau but it was enough. We went to Atlantis and for the first time in 3 years were actually able to go in the sea as the conditions were good. Coco Cay is STUNNING! I wish we had more time there. My daughter went parasailing and then we went on the glass bottom boat tour. The guides on the tour were really friendly. They went out of their way to show us sealife by actually diving down and bringing live specimens onto the boat and then returning them back to the sea. Key West was interesting. We went on the Key Lime bike tour which was fun and informative. They gave us a delicious refreshing piece of Key Lime pie at the conclusion of the tour. Yes Grandeur you may be 20 years old but you stole my heart. For the past several years I have watched you sail by my house on the Chesapeake Bay, now I know what you are all about. Thank you Royal Carribean, I had a blast! Read Less
Sail Date March 2016
This was my first time on an ocean-going cruise. I was afraid to be on a ship with that many people, given all the horror stories I have read about Norovirus and malfunctions at sea. I chose Grandeur of the Seas, because I live only an ... Read More
This was my first time on an ocean-going cruise. I was afraid to be on a ship with that many people, given all the horror stories I have read about Norovirus and malfunctions at sea. I chose Grandeur of the Seas, because I live only an hour away from the port in Baltimore. I took my niece, because my husband wasn't convinced. The price was right, and the vacation a necessity, so off we went. I can't compare Grandeur of the Seas to other ships, but I was very, very impressed. Boarding was easy. Our room was clean and well appointed, if a bit cramped, which is what I expected anyway. We spent no time in the room except to sleep. We never lacked for activities. My niece dubbed it "hitting the wall" (the interactive activity board by each elevator). Just hit the wall and find out what is going on. We participated in almost everything except for gambling, as neither of us are gamblers. It was non-stop fun. The excursions we chose were fun. We really didn't have much time to explore Nassau (glass bottom boat in Nassau -- a bit disappointing, but worthwhile). By the time we got back from our excursion, the shops were closing down. We loved the bike tour we took in Key West. Best way to see all the sites and get a bit of exercise. The food in the formal dining room was excellent. The casual fare in the Wind Jammer was fine for breakfast and a quick lunch. The entertainment variety was very good. If you weren't into performance pianist, there was always something else. From morning until late at night there was something fun to do. The best excursion was Coco Kay, the private island. It was a bit of paradise. Disembarking was not too bad. We chose self-help, and after a bit of confusion in a long-winding line, we were off the ship at 8:00 a.m. (docked at 7:00 a.m.) and on our way toward home. I loved the cruise, and am already working on getting my husband to agree to come with me next time! Read Less
Sail Date October 2015
My first cruise! Royal Caribbean is great! The service in the Great Gatsby dinning room was fabulous! They worked to provide the best - and they delivered. I can't say enough commendations for our servers, Darshon, Alexandar, ... Read More
My first cruise! Royal Caribbean is great! The service in the Great Gatsby dinning room was fabulous! They worked to provide the best - and they delivered. I can't say enough commendations for our servers, Darshon, Alexandar, & Saby. They got to know our likes & preferences. They always made great recommendations and made our dinning experience truly a pleasure. They seek to deliver the best. Yes, the cabins are small - but that's ok. Our steward was very attentive and was really nice. The staff were all friendly and helpful. The entertainment was excellent. It takes a while to get through the embarkation process. Snorkeling in Nassau was must harder then expected due to the water being a bit rough. On/off the ship in Nassau is time consuming and you are after-all in a different county. I did notice the screen issues on the screen on the Pool Deck. But, overall we all thoroughly enjoyed our cruise. I would and hopefully will - go on more cruises and would recommend Royal Caribbean! Read Less
Sail Date October 2015
This was our first cruise. It was just my husband and myself. We loved it! We did lots of research on the cruise before we booked. We thought the ship was just beautiful. The staff was great. They were always there if we needed anything ... Read More
This was our first cruise. It was just my husband and myself. We loved it! We did lots of research on the cruise before we booked. We thought the ship was just beautiful. The staff was great. They were always there if we needed anything (and sometimes before we even knew we needed anything!). The food was delicious! Fare warned...you will gain weight on this cruise! We had an ocean view room. The window was over the bed. At night we would turn the lights off and lay on the bed looking out the window. Just perfect! We did get the alcohol package and the soda package (well worth the money on both!). I loved how the soda drink package offered non-alcohol frozen drinks and specialty coffees. We liked the ports. The best one was the private island. It really is amazing. I wish we had more time there. One day just wasn't enough! We went to Port Canaveral. Not much to do there. We did the brewery tour. It was nice. We also went to Cocoa Beach. No one goes there. Great place to have space and be on the beach. Nassau was ok. There is a lot of "pan-handling" there. We did not do an excursion there. We walked around and shopped. Next time we go, we are staying one the boat. Nassau is a place once you have been there....done that. We went to Key West. It was very hot. We did the trolley and aquarium. It was fun. We learned a lot about Key West. We would definitely recommend this cruise to any and everyone! Read Less
Sail Date October 2015
The food, the scenery, the ship and it's attendants surpassed my expectations! My husband had never had a desire to try a cruise, but gave this to me for my birthday! He enjoyed it very much, especially the music. Our favorite was ... Read More
The food, the scenery, the ship and it's attendants surpassed my expectations! My husband had never had a desire to try a cruise, but gave this to me for my birthday! He enjoyed it very much, especially the music. Our favorite was Rosario Strings. The entertainment was ongoing and top notch. We especially liked Earl Turner from Vegas. We ate only one time in the main dining room, the Great Gatsby. We chose to eat the rest of our meals at the Windjammer, which is a buffet, but has excellent food and plenty of it. Our stateroom attendant, Ishmael Scott, always greeted us with a smile and gave us good service. Our first day In Bermuda we spent a few hours on Horseshoe Beach. The water is a remarkable aqua blue color and the beach has pink sand. The next day we took an excursion by mini bus from one end of the island to the other. The roads are very narrow and the pastel color houses are close together. We learned some very interesting facts about so many things there. School girls, even in high school, aren't allowed to wear makeup, not even lip gloss. Gasoline is $9 a gallon. Oprah was not allowed to buy a house there because she is too big a celebrity and they did not want the paparazzi there. I could go on an on, but I won't. LOL! The only complaint we have is that the bed's mattress was too hard and a little lumpy. Word has it that they are replacing the mattresses, but not all at once. Overall, I absolutely loved this cruise and have memories to last a lifetime! Read Less
Sail Date October 2015
I absolutely agree with every single comment NCBN0902! It was my very first time cruising and it was absolutely horrible. I understand the company had no control over the weather but they did absolutely nothing to assist passengers. My ... Read More
I absolutely agree with every single comment NCBN0902! It was my very first time cruising and it was absolutely horrible. I understand the company had no control over the weather but they did absolutely nothing to assist passengers. My cabin was at the very back of the ship and in order to get dressed to our "formal" dinner, i had to lay on the bed to get dressed because staying up was impossible. I had an unlimited drinking package but the seas made me so nauseous that it wasn't even needed. By the second night, i knew every single song that played on that ship. The entertainment was boring and targeted towards an older audience. Food in the Great Gatsby dining room was the same every night and so was breakfast. Decided to eat at the Italian place onboard on the ship due to arriving at Bermuda so late and nothing else to do, and it took 2.5 hours to get my food. Service was extremely slow. It appears most of the waitressing staff had too many tables to attend and the majority of them were stressed out which decreased the quality of service. The onboard casino was the main passageway to get to the Palladium Theatre and if you are not a smoker, you were out of luck and were introduced to second hand smoke and the same happened on the decks. The acrobatic show was four people dangling from bungee chords-not impressive at all! The time in Bermuda was unfortunately very short due to the ship arriving really late and leaving on time at 1 pm. By the time, I left Bermuda, I was wishing i was in Baltimore once again. it couldn't have come any faster. I absolutely hated every single minute of it and needless to say it will be my last cruise ever. Read Less
Sail Date September 2015
My wife and I are in our mid-40s and decided to take a cruise to Bermuda thinking that it would be a great way to spend a romantic week together while also getting to experience the culture of a foreign country. We were wrong. What we ... Read More
My wife and I are in our mid-40s and decided to take a cruise to Bermuda thinking that it would be a great way to spend a romantic week together while also getting to experience the culture of a foreign country. We were wrong. What we got instead was a "bus trip" aboard a no-tell motel to a shopping mall. The details are as follows: - The overall look of the ship was old and shabby, this was the first thing that I noticed as we ascended the gangway. There was peeling paint, rust, carpeting hanging from the stairs, dirty windows and every door that wasn't glass, be they cabin doors or elevator doors, was dented as if hit randomly and repeatedly with hammers. - When we arrived at our cabin, the first thing that greeted us was the stench of sulphur (like a septic tank) and wet carpet at the entrance to the bathroom. After notifying customer service about this, the room was cleaned, the rug was "dried" with a massive air blower (that blocked the entire walkway) and the shower was recaulked. This entire process took place over the first three days but the smell was gone and the carpet dry. - The toilet randomly just refused to flush. It always eventually did, just not on demand. - The food was mediocre AT BEST. This applied not only to the Windjammer buffet where, being a buffet, you'd expect mediocre food but also to the "fine dining" restaurant where the pretentiousness far exceeded the quality of the food. The "food" at the Park Cafe bordered on inedible and regardless of where it came from, the coffee tasted as if were filtered through a mixture of burnt sofas from a house-fire and ground up railroad ties (I wish that this was exaggerated). - The activities aboard the ship ranged from boring to embarrassing. Some of the highlights were the "World's Sexiest Man" contest, where having any sense of decorum was clearly grounds for disqualification, the belly flop contest, where the runners-up from the previously mentioned contest could put their splendid physiques to good use and, perhaps best of all, the "Fine Art" auction. This was the most offensive of all. Not because it plainly showed that the cruise line thought of their captive guests as pretentious dupes, who believe that actual art is sold on a cruise ship, but because they were apparently at least partially right. - The staff were all very friendly and always smiled, even when a "guest" gave them little reason to do so. - Many of the "guests" simply had no idea how to behave properly in public. Obviously this is not the cruise line's fault but it did have a great impact on the experience overall. - It's almost inconceivable that in 2015, smokers are still allowed to engage in their filthy habit in such close proximity to those of us that choose not to poison ourselves. Yet all of the starboard-side outdoor decks and the entire casino still allow this, as though they are somehow actually separated from the rest of us. Sorry smokers, it's your addiction not mine. Thanks Royal Caribbean for the opportunity to breathe second-hand cigarette smoke. - The entire cruise is a never-ending "up-sell". While eating in one restaurant, people from another badger you to come to theirs. You are ceaselessly encouraged to book your next cruise, starting while still at the dock. Plainly, the free coffee is designed to send you running for the on-board Starbuck's. The spa staff are always "encouraging" you to visit - When it rained, water leaked from everything but the lights. - Our daily one-mile walk on deck 10 doubled as trash pick up. The staff simply didn't do it and we couldn't just ignore it as it would have blown overboard. In hindsight this was rather silly considering the environmental rape that cruise ships inflict upon the oceans with what they dump overboard. - Once we arrived at Bermuda all of the ship's closed, forcing anyone inclined to spend money to do so on the island, at the grossly inflated prices that having a captive audience allows. - Snorkel Park "Beach" I won't get into details about that. You can find out all you need to know on Trip Advisor. I STRONGLY advise that you do so before visiting this physically hazardous dump (it literally is a "reclaimed" dump). Read Less
Sail Date August 2015
I can eat anything and I am not picky but the food was ok nothing special. Really the food was not great. I had no choice in the room because it was a family trip. If you are older don't pick a room with a pull out bed. I struggle ... Read More
I can eat anything and I am not picky but the food was ok nothing special. Really the food was not great. I had no choice in the room because it was a family trip. If you are older don't pick a room with a pull out bed. I struggle getting up and down but young kids might like it. It was also damp and nothing dried in the room so bring extra bathing suit. Bermuda was beautiful even if it rain some. It very expensive so bring your own water and snacks. Take the bus and go to horse shoe bay it is very nice. You need to walk down a hill but the van charges 2 buck to take you up or down. They kept putting on the same music and dance the same dance. They had some fun activity but most of the time you just want to drink. You still owe money to the ship because they charge you tip. They try to get you to spend money so estimate another 300-600 bucks if you drink or buy anything like pictures. They did not have the air show as they advertise in the centrum. I was very disappointed. People are territorial about chairs by the pool and everywhere. It was my first time and I realized I do not like it. If I went on a cruise that was extra special maybe I would have done it again but no! They let smoker smoke on one side of the boat but they never follow the rules. It was very smokey. My daughter did not like the food and she ate French fries only. The late snack was a joke the lady who serve it was rude and a jerk. So much for service. In the main dinning room they take forever for the food then rush you out. We had the late dinner time. The food was over cooked and I saw the same deserts day after day. they had some good service like the cabin Stewart did a great job kept the room clean and always gave us new towels day and night. He worked hard. You get what you pay for so do get a nice room. You do spend time in it. Read Less
Sail Date August 2015
We traveled with our two and five year old children on our first family cruise. So excited to visit another country and to leave from Baltimore, close to where we live. The cruise and the ship were so much work for us, the parents, that I ... Read More
We traveled with our two and five year old children on our first family cruise. So excited to visit another country and to leave from Baltimore, close to where we live. The cruise and the ship were so much work for us, the parents, that I would not recommend it at all. My oldest didn't like Adventure Ocean (he's almost 6, so felt like the 3 - 5 year olds were too young for him, and wasn't ready for the 6 - 8 year olds). There was nothing, or maybe one thing, a day that interested the kids. We didn't feel safe putting our 2 year old, who gets up every night to use the bathroom, in the bunk beds, and the 5 year old wouldn't sleep there. (We didn't know that the beds were not recommended for small kids; our travel agent suggested them.) The family movie playing in the afternoons didn't have sound, despite our repeated requests, so that was out. The pools were fun, but much effort. The staff warm and welcoming, and we loved our room steward, but so little entertainment for the kids. The first night in the dining room (Great Gatsby) our waiter couldn't find the kids menu, then it took 30 minutes to get our appetizers, so we just couldn't go back. We all loved the windjammer (buffet) with terrific food, but we took turns getting huge amounts of food on one plate to distribute; too hard to have our small kids navigate the buffet. We also stopped eating inside and always ate outside, b/c it was crowded, and once the kids were done eating they wanted to walk around or look out the window, which were not possible inside the Windjammer. Our kids hated the small shower where we hosed them down; if the nozzle had been lower, they could have 'shot the hose like a firefighter' (which we have done before) and loved it. Contests like the belly flop and the sexiest man provided some entertainment, but the sexiest man wasn't age appropriate for our kids. Line dancing was not small kid friendly so that mean all afternoons without any kid activity. I had done a ton of research (and used a travel agent) but wish I'd known the pool was salt water (every time the kids complained about the stinging on their cuts, but we did use the pool every day). I did bring multiple swimsuits and googles, plus lots of sun screen. I wish I'd known that the beds were not good for small kids. We did the pirate museum in Nassau, which terrified my 5 year old and my 2 year old slept through (waste of time and money -- fun museum, but not good for small kids). The island was fun, but it rained, which meant my 2 year old was miserable, and left her with no activity. We didn't get off the boat in Florida. Read Less
Sail Date May 2015
This was my first cruise and the experience I had was awesome on The Granduer...Food was excellent. The great Gatsby staff our servers Beemal and Antoine treated us like Royalty. Dennis also made sure everything was running smoothly. Our ... Read More
This was my first cruise and the experience I had was awesome on The Granduer...Food was excellent. The great Gatsby staff our servers Beemal and Antoine treated us like Royalty. Dennis also made sure everything was running smoothly. Our room attendent Jamal always was on top of making sure everything was neat. The ship is beautiful. The first person we met was Adam (The Tin Man) he helped with the drill and then I saw him around the ship. The bar staff in the Centrium Angeline and Gilbert very nice and friendly people. I met some friends Gizzy and Andre...they are the best and know how to get the crowd started. I cant forget about Kayce with the line dancing and Mitch the cruise director. The games were very funny. i will definately be back next year. The only confusion was the desk where you put money on your card. One guy supposed to have put 500 and he only put 100 which we caught early...Thanks Royal Carribbean the name speaks for itself..."Royal" Read Less
Sail Date May 2015
We returned home yesterday from an 8 night Bahamas cruise. We absolutely love this ship. I had read previous reviews about the ship being small but we liked that the most about this ship. Easy to find your way around and you actually ... Read More
We returned home yesterday from an 8 night Bahamas cruise. We absolutely love this ship. I had read previous reviews about the ship being small but we liked that the most about this ship. Easy to find your way around and you actually get to meet people more than once! Granduer staff were friendly, helpful and always smiling. Ports were port Canaveral Florida where we took Kennedy space center tour which was wonderful. Naussau was the next port, we did not go to straw market but did do shopping on main street. There was a lot of police and army presence so safety was never an issue. Took the #10 bus and got a heart stopping ride but we had the best time exploring on our own and swimming on a beach were there were no other people except 2 locals. Coco cay was the most relaxing. The water was fabulous and the lunch served was really good. Key West was our final port and was pretty but very congested and was really hot! We took the conch train tour and Bob our guide was great. The embarkation and departure was smooth and quick. Will definitely go on this ship again. Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
My wife and I are seasoned cruisers with roughly 60 cruises, mostly on Celebrity. I don't think the Grandeur should be rated on the same basis as more modern ships leaving from Florida. The ship is old, the gym is small and the ... Read More
My wife and I are seasoned cruisers with roughly 60 cruises, mostly on Celebrity. I don't think the Grandeur should be rated on the same basis as more modern ships leaving from Florida. The ship is old, the gym is small and the facilities are sometimes overrun, particularly days when the Windjammer Lido is the only option for lunch. However, we were able to drive to the port, easily board and enjoy nice breakfasts, decent dinning room food and an excellent salad bar at lunch. The entertainment was energetic and fun and the staff was helpful and attentive. For a little over a hundred bucks a day, we got all this, sun and and a boatload of nice people without the hassle of the airport. Frankly, I wouldn't fly to cruise Grandeur but everything considered it is a buy and we are very happy to have it in Baltimore. Read Less
Sail Date March 2015
My husband took me on this cruise to celebrate my birthday. It was all new to us, so we had nothing to compare it to. The ship is great, very clean and shiny, the staff worked constantly to keep it that way. We always saw them polishing ... Read More
My husband took me on this cruise to celebrate my birthday. It was all new to us, so we had nothing to compare it to. The ship is great, very clean and shiny, the staff worked constantly to keep it that way. We always saw them polishing railings, cleaning rooms and large spaces, and there are hand sanitation stations everywhere. Lots to do on board, which was a good thing, since I like to do things, not just sit around. We had fun meeting new people, and enjoyed the 80 degree weather after the long winter. Haiti was beautiful, Royal Carribean beach is lovely and we were escorted to the space we wanted and lounges were set up for us. We did not have the barbeque on the island since the lines were extremely long, so we went back to the ship for lunch. Our waiters, Dave and Raj were excellent, and attended to our every request for our meals, so much so, that we ate virtually every meal in the dining room. The food was terrific and others who had been on other cruise lines agreed with that as well. Well prepared meals with plenty of variety, and oh, oh the Chocolate Sensation dessert! The enteretainment on board was good as well, the magician/comedian was very funny, and I especially liked the Rosario Strings, who played violin and guitar, very romantic. Also, at the Centrum, the music continued into the night with dance lessons for all, a great 50s review one night, with a cute number al la "Grease". What fun. Debarkation was sofast, I was sorry it was over!!! Read Less
Sail Date March 2015
We were brought on this cruise by two Diamond Members who paid over $10k for the three cabins we had for this cruise. There were six of us in our party. Left Baltimore on a Saturday and started out OK, by Monday things started getting ... Read More
We were brought on this cruise by two Diamond Members who paid over $10k for the three cabins we had for this cruise. There were six of us in our party. Left Baltimore on a Saturday and started out OK, by Monday things started getting bad, events cancelled, buffet closed, all staff diverted to wiping down and cleaning ship. Staff stopped cleaning cabins after Monday, only changed sheets and towels, we had to clean our own bathrooms. Every surface on the ship was covered in sticky cleaning solution that was never wiped down. Felt like staying in some run-down no-tell-motel. By the end of the week you could not even see reflections in any of the mirrors. Senior staff did not acknowledge that their was an issue until later in the week when things really got bad. Major arial show was cancelled five minutes before showtime even though staff knew hours before that their was an issue. People missed dinner to see the show only to find out that it was cancelled. Replaced by a game show. Cruise staff was non-existant and did nothing to make guests happy. Last excursion day was cancelled and cruise was ended day early. However, ending the cruise a day early meant captain cruised at a very high rate of speed back to Baltimore which made it impossible to enjoy last day at sea. Pools were closed and drained because of choppiness. Hotel staff was rude, and lied to customer about what was going on and all they did to compensate was to give a certificate for a single day on another cruise which had to be used within a year. And $75 per cabin for inconvenience. Even though they did not clean cabins they still charged the $12/day gratuity. The only bright light on the cruise was our dining room wait staff and bar server in the dining room. There was such a lack of service on this ship we ended up having to get our own drinks most of the dine, except for the dining room. Only once did we see a waiter working the pool area. And when one of us would go to the bar to get a round of drinks the bar tender would give you a hard time about getting six drinks at once, for your whole party, even though they had not wait staff. Last night of the cruise I was sitting up in the lobby at around 2 am reading and all of a sudden a cloud of chemical came wafting over me because they were spraying down the elevator area. Never even bothered to check to see if there were people in the centrum lobby. Who knows what was in that spray, I was coughing for weeks afterwards. Would never go back on this ship and would never recommend RCL. Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
I have never sailed with Royal Caribbean, but my parents who have enjoyed cruises through RC in the past. I am not a first time cruiser. I was sailing with my son (11), my fiancee, her mother, my fiancee's three boys (20, 18, 16) and ... Read More
I have never sailed with Royal Caribbean, but my parents who have enjoyed cruises through RC in the past. I am not a first time cruiser. I was sailing with my son (11), my fiancee, her mother, my fiancee's three boys (20, 18, 16) and her oldest's long time girlfriend. Out of that group, only myself, my son and my fiancee's mother have ever been on a cruise with anyone. I have sailed previously with Disney (Magic) and Carnival (Glory) and her mother has sailed with Carnival years ago. Cruise director and activities director Ricky and Andre were absolutely the best combo I have ever seen. They were just amazing. They had this crazy chemistry that just worked together. I especially enjoyed the "Morning Show" they do. Cruise director Ricky was always smiling, joking around and just fun to be around. There was always something going on around the boat, sometimes too much to do because the stuff overlapped times, which was actually great for a small ship like the Grandeur. RC would be crazy to split these guys up or put them on another ship. Dining in the main dining room was excellent. Our server was very accommodating, from the usual "I can't decide so I'll have both appetizers", to my fiancee's son's girlfriend's food allergies. Our glasses were always filled and my son, who is high functioning on the autism spectrum, really enjoyed the dinner rolls and trying new foods from Dad's plate. He also quickly learned our likes and dislikes and had a recommendation each night for us beyond the "Chef's Selection". I also loved the guitar/violin combo, that played modern for classical guitar and violin. It was pretty fun playing "name that tune" with the kids. My fiancee did not like the Windjammer Cafe much. A lot of times the food was unlabeled or they kept running out of it. Finding a seat was difficult during peak times. I didn't mind the food too much but preferred the main dining room for meals (it's open for all meals). Drinks were pretty expensive. They ran anywhere from a $4.00 for specials up to over $10.00 with gratuities (my traditional just-got-on-the-ship Bahama Mama was $10.75). We chose not to participate in the drink packages because the kids would do good for a week without soda and the adults are not heavy drinkers. We had enough to drink when we wanted it. Protip: You can order water or tea from the bar at no cost. They'll give you a bigger glass than what you find in the Windjammer or Park Cafe. The Park Cafe wasn't bad, but the selection was limited. If you like burgers, hot dogs, pizza and watered down cheese nachos, this is a decent place to go. We also enjoyed the pool area. I had always sailed with a balcony and while I did miss taking my morning coffee on a private verandah, it was just fine taking it on pool deck. We did encounter some problems though, but they were mostly with the shore excursions. Overall, it was a fun trip and we will likely do it again. I realize the problems we encountered weren't entirely RC's fault, but if the Coco Cay failure rate is true, that is something that RC can and definitely should fix. Oh, and since I didn't find this anywhere else, the Grandeur has an available HDMI connection and the remotes work just fine to switch inputs. I say this because our kids wanted to bring their Playstation 4 for downtimes. It came in handy when they didn't want to swim or my fiancee and I were taking too long to get ready for formal night.   Read Less
Sail Date August 2014
Overall a good, but not great experience. Highlights: dining room in the evening, our stateroom attendant and the main theater shows. Food choices at the windjammer and Park Cafe (late night was hot dogs, slice of pizza or nachos) not so ... Read More
Overall a good, but not great experience. Highlights: dining room in the evening, our stateroom attendant and the main theater shows. Food choices at the windjammer and Park Cafe (late night was hot dogs, slice of pizza or nachos) not so good. No lavish last night buffet on this ship. The secondary entertainment was 50/50, some we liked, others we did not. The biggest complaint was with the ports of call. There were not enough activities if you choose to stay on the ship, and the late docking time at Nassau limited any Atlantis plains. The Cocoa Cay was okay but the BBQ was a big miss. The trays were empty and about all that was offered was hot dogs sitting in a pan of grease. Also soooo long getting off. They wanted to clear everyone off by 4 pm, meaning even less time. The theme shows and game shows were fun and you either like a smaller ship with fewer activities or you go for something else. For us, I would give the overall experience a B- or C+. Okay, but we would look for another experience next time. We were in an interior cabin, small, clean and quiet.   Read Less
Sail Date June 2014
This was mine, and my girlfriends, first cruise. We took the trip with 28 other people ranging from toddlers to 60 year olds for a wedding of friends. Traveling with a large group made the trip even more fun then expected. Boarding the ... Read More
This was mine, and my girlfriends, first cruise. We took the trip with 28 other people ranging from toddlers to 60 year olds for a wedding of friends. Traveling with a large group made the trip even more fun then expected. Boarding the ship was fairly easy, checking in took the longest and we were told some miss information about not needing our passports for the rest of the trip, that was false and almost prevented people from boarding again in FL. Checking into the room was a breeze and luggage was delivered before dinner. The food on the ship was amazing, every single meal between the Windjammer cafe, to the dinning room for breakfast and dinner and the sushi and steak restaurants was out of this world good. The events on the ship were fun and numerous, at no point could anyone say they were bored. Ports, FL, Nassau and Coco Cay. Problem #1 There wasn't enough time in Coco cay for anyone's liking. It took almost an hour to get off the ship, and almost as long to get back on at 430 pm, Most in our group agreed that we could have skipped Nassau and went directly to Coco Cay for longer. Problem # 2. The wait time to get drinks can get up to 20-30 minutes, the bar tenders poured great drinks and had very heavy pours on EVERYTHING so that was nice, but it took FOREVER to get a drink, at dinner, at any bar and god help you if you were on the deck and ordered one. The time to get served was obnoxious compared to land based bars that would have served 15 people in the time it took to get me one beer. Problem # 3. They have KIDS ONLY hot tubs. This became very annoying for the adult guests who paid good money to use pools and hot tubs only to be told a group of 6 year olds, with no parents, had the hot tub and adults could not use it. Kids don't need hot tubs, its not safe, they are provided a very nice pool to swim in. As you have read my complaints are very few and not bad at all, the trip was amazing, the food was better then anything I have ever had, the service, outside of bar tenders, was incredible. Take the trip, enjoy every second. GET A BALCONY ROOM, we regret not spending the extra $ to upgrade and enjoy the sea air at night and sunrises in the morning. Also, if you drink and beer or alcohol at all, buy the premium package, its a life saver and makes everything much more convent when you don't have to worry about drink prices when you are drunk and ordering your 6th drink of the day. Read Less
Sail Date May 2014
This was our first cruise (37 year old woman/27 year old man) so we weren't exactly sure what to expect. With that said, we would definitely cruise again, just differently. Pros -The crew was wonderful! Every person was kind, ... Read More
This was our first cruise (37 year old woman/27 year old man) so we weren't exactly sure what to expect. With that said, we would definitely cruise again, just differently. Pros -The crew was wonderful! Every person was kind, patient and helpful. -The ship was old, but very clean. -We had a great time with the people at our dinner table! -The Solarium was awesome! It's a great place to go when it's windy or chilly outside. -I had a "Muscle Melt" massage on the last day. It was wonderful! -Bermuda is completely gorgeous! You must go to Horseshoe Bay Beach. -We had an OceanView room which was perfect. The interior rooms have no windows (obviously) and it's impossible to tell day from night. The balcony rooms are cool but not worth it if you don't spend much time in the room. -The cruise directors (Ricky and Darryl) were hilarious! The Belly Flop contest was awesome. -By far and away the best event on the boat was The Quest! We laughed the entire time!!! -I am a vegetarian and there were plenty of food options for me. Cons -We didn't realize that we would be around so many people, so often. The pool and deck chairs literally touch each other all the way round the boat. The spa was the only really quiet, serene area. -The Windjammer food is awful. It's just a low budget buffet. We avoided it as much as possible. I would suggest eating breakfast and lunch in the main dining room. The food is much better. -There isn't that much to do on the boat in bad weather (bc the Grandeur is an older ship) unless you want to buy overpriced jewelry and art all day. If you don't spend that much time at sea it doesn't matter. This isn't a con but it's worth mentioning: We are from NJ right outside NYC and we cruised out of Baltimore. The majority of the people on the ship were very conservative southerners.. so we didn't exactly fit in. We made some great new friends though! The food is okay, not amazing - with some things being better than others. It reminded me of wedding food but you can't expect it to be great when they have to serve 1000 people at once. I think some people mistake quantity for quality. We would certainly cruise Royal Caribbean again but we would depart from NY/NJ and pick a ship with some more activities.   Read Less
Sail Date May 2014
This was our first cruise and will be our last. The night before we left for Baltimore we received a call that the ship was delayed due to the norovirus by several hours. The day of departure my family was swore at and screamed at by the ... Read More
This was our first cruise and will be our last. The night before we left for Baltimore we received a call that the ship was delayed due to the norovirus by several hours. The day of departure my family was swore at and screamed at by the luggage crew for not placing our luggage in the proper spot and not putting the handles down on our luggage, we filed a complaint. We arrived on the boat and did not receive our juice package that was bought prior and our souvenir cups for the replenish package until 3 days into the cruise. We were later told by staff that this "norovirus" was on the last 2 previous ships but Royal Caribbean lied. We were told that the boat would speed up in the night to ensure us to our first stop that was Florida, but later found out by staff that the generator failed in the night. My family purchased Disney passes prior to sailing. 40minutes before we were about to reach our first port in Florida we were told the Disney excursion was cancelled, sorry! All that money down the drain and because you can't purchase Disney tickets threw Royal Caribbean we were shit out of luck. The next day the captain made an announcement that we would get an extra hour at their private island, Coco Cay, we guess what, that did not happen because the whole entire island closes at 430pm. As far as staff pampering you that was far and few the staff was forced to clean the entire ship every half an hour we felt terrible for them but because they were forced to clean and get rid of the virus we lost out and it was at our expense. Most the staff has broken English no one knows what they are talking about, I was told by our house keeping that laundry was $5.00 but in all actuality is was $5.00 a piece of clothing, needless to say I spent 170.00 on 2 small bags if laundry. When I called to make a complaint threw Royal Caribbean directly they said, "I am so sorry to hear this but there is nothing we can do." I will cross this off my bucket list & will never sail again. Read Less
Sail Date April 2014
We were a little nervous based on some of the reviews that we read, but were happy from the point of embarkation through the debarking procedures (we were on and off the ship withing 30 minutes!). Our room was a large interior stateroom, ... Read More
We were a little nervous based on some of the reviews that we read, but were happy from the point of embarkation through the debarking procedures (we were on and off the ship withing 30 minutes!). Our room was a large interior stateroom, but with the size of the cabin, along with the creative use of mirrors, we never felt cramped or claustrophobic, even with three of us sharing the cabin. Plenty of hangers, drawers and closet space for three people. The only downside of the cabin was that it was close to the R Bar/Centrum area, so on the few nights I tried to get my younger son to bed, we were entertained by whatever type music was being played at the time. Sometimes it was fine, but ballroom music is not really my thing. The ship looked spotless - and with an outbreak of the norovirus on the previous cruise (and an outbreak on our trip also), there was so much cleaning going on, that it's a wonder any germ could survive. We were fortunate to not experience any illness, but a lot of Purell and hand washing in between didn't hurt either. There are some areas where the ship is showing her age, but nothing drastic. The food in the MDR was great...we had My Time Dining and were assigned a table to ourselves near the window every evening as requested by 10 year old son. The wait staff, Tomislav and Shekar, were friendly, efficient and great at suggesting trying different things. They were very patient with my son who can be a handful at times! The entertainment throughout the week was very good, the violinist, Analisa Chang was great even though I would not have normally gone to this type of show, it was very entertaining. The Centrum bands were very good, and the aerialist/song & dance show, Seasons, was very entertaining. Our excursions were a little disappointing due to weather related issues - too windy for parasailing at CoCo Cay, and our waterpark adventure was cancelled due to a high chance of rain in Nassau...not the crusie line's fault. My kids did enjoy the airboat ride through the Everglades and seeing alligators up close during the Port Canaveral excursion. The kids club was a bit of a disappointment to my son - he went once, but didn't want to go back after the first time, saying it was too boring. He did however, meet many children during the trip and they managed to stay occupied between the hot tub, pool and arcade. Overall I thought this was a great time and a great value for the money. My two sons enjoyed their first cruise ever, and are already talking about booking the Grandeur again! Read Less
Sail Date April 2014
This was my third cruise and first on RC. Totally thought it was enjoyable and worth the money. It is my opinion that if you choose to have a nice relaxing and fun cruise; you will. If you don’t, you won’t. Like most, I read many ... Read More
This was my third cruise and first on RC. Totally thought it was enjoyable and worth the money. It is my opinion that if you choose to have a nice relaxing and fun cruise; you will. If you don’t, you won’t. Like most, I read many reviews before departing on the Grandeur. Now that I’m back, I have determined that each cruise really depends on the person (personality, age, gender, and attitude). Therefore, I recommend you try reading between the lines on what they report if you are attempting to get a good grasp on this cruise line or this ship (especially the negative reports). What I do know, is that every staff member, chef/waiter, entertainer, crew, bartender, cabin server, spa specialist and everyone else that has a role on “any” cruise ship takes great pride in their jobs and what they do. This one was no different. In my opinion, the major difference is the traveler. Yes, I know, some ships may be better, cleaner and provide their own distinctive touch, but the median or starting point of all cruises is high no matter the cruise line. My experience on this cruise was awesome and I appreciated the hard work and efforts of those who served us. I will list some comments that I hope will help you plan and make your cruise better (both good and bad). It in no way takes away the efforts of the ship’s crew or the cruise line. But a tool to assist you in your traveling desires. Good luck on your future travel! 1. Parking fee in Baltimore is $15 a day if you choose to drive and leave your car at the terminal. 2. Windjammer can get crowded, but be patient. The waiters do very well at cleaning tables and assisting you. Food at the Windjammer didn’t have a lot of flexibility. It’s good and well prepared. But, it’s not dining room quality. 3. They have room service for no fee. My burger and pizza was a little on the cold side when it arrived. But, the seas were rough that day and we were in no shape to face people, so you take the punches. It was acceptable and much appreciated. 4. Our stateroom was clean and well maintained. The gentlemen that took care of us was very polite and hard working. Our only complaint, was that the closet wasn’t big enough to allow some things to be on a hanger and sit straight on the bar (at an angle). But there was plenty of drawers for our things. I recommend bringing a hanger shoe rack that holds 20 shoes or so. Worked great for us and allowed us to save space on the closet floor. Our large suitcases wouldn’t fit under the bed and that was a little challenging, but we managed. Ended up placing it behind the little sofa. 5. There’s a little gem of a food place in the port aft corner in the Solarium. Hit this place in between meals or late night. 6. I got 2 massages and a sea weed wrap and she got the cellulite reduction body wrap and a pedicure. Prices were high but the service was excellent on each account. 7. We got the Soda package ONLY. When you get onboard, there is a cup (sippy) in your stateroom. There are essentially two locations (that we found) to fill them. Both sides of the Windjammer entrances and one between the photo lab and coffee shop. The machine has more than enough selection of drinks. The cup really doesn’t hold all that much and if you fill it, you have to wait 15 minutes to get a refill (timed by the machine). Was told this was to keep from sharing. 8. If you’re an alcoholic and can drink like a fish, get the Alcohol package. But, if you only want the occasional drink in the evening or couple times a day, just hand them your room card and add it to your account. Saved us money in the long run but we got to enjoy several beverages during the cruise. Do the math on the total cost of a package and see what fits you. We also enjoyed drinks during port calls to cut the final charges. (If you go to St Maarten and take the water taxy, they have $2 beers). 9. The Casino is nice but it’s a smoking zone for you nonsmokers. But it wasn’t terrible and we walked through it many times. 10. Getting on and off the ship during port is a breeze. I recommend taking a backpack with meds, towels, sun block, money, and your camera. You can get towels on the 9th deck. 11. The outdoor movies were nice but the variety was small. They play movies at 8:30 and 10:30 pm and one during the day inside. Nice touch though. If it’s cool on deck, grab a couple of towels and cover up. 12. I enjoyed the BBQ’s and food service by the pool deck for special occasions. The music and food outside was a lot of fun and tasty. 13. On our 10 day cruise there were three formal nights. The second one was the evening of our third port call and it was a white night. We had no idea and wasn’t prepared. However, they were letting some people in with t-shirts on formal nights so the policing wasn’t that enforced. But the food was amazing and the atmosphere was very enjoyable. Most people looked amazing. 14. Take a deck of cards or another game and go sit in the Solarium and play. Like I mentioned earlier, we loved this cruise, but hope these comments help yours to be better.   Read Less
Sail Date March 2014
Baltimore Port - Wow! Ship is Huge! Getting excited. (Arrived around 10:30am) Upon entering the drop off section no lines were experienced. The unloading was very quick, easy and had friendly porters. Next stop was the main building to ... Read More
Baltimore Port - Wow! Ship is Huge! Getting excited. (Arrived around 10:30am) Upon entering the drop off section no lines were experienced. The unloading was very quick, easy and had friendly porters. Next stop was the main building to check in. Long lines were seen here but the process went very quickly. The port officials were helpful and the building was clean especially the bathrooms. You are shown which section to sit before you are called to board, wait time was about 30 minutes. We had fun talking with fellow cruisers. A souvenir picture was offered before you entered the ramp to the ship. You may buy this later on the ship. Ramp to the ship is glass enclosed, roomy with 2 hand rails and felt like it was about 3 stories high. Not scary! It also included an elevator for those who needed it. Stepping into the ship, present sea pass and be welcomed by name from a ships crewman. Impressive! Nice carpeted, wide steps or clean roomy elevators will take you to your room. We had a Large Ocean View room on desk 4, Cabin # 4506 with large single window, twin beds were put together. Very quiet location since no rooms are across from us. Plenty of drawers for clothes. The vanity had 1 flat center mirror and 2 angled mirrors with shelves behind them. Also its own light switch and outlets. Big closet with life jackets, loveseat, flat screen tv, cabinet above tv had a small safe and shelf, nice smallish bathroom. No coffee makers are in the rooms, husband missed this. Steward was 100+ customer service. He would ask if we needed anything Room was cleaned twice a day, ice was always fresh in container, received 4 towel animals during my 8 night trip, The ship offers so many activities. Chris was our activity director, very funny, energetic and crazy. We saw him make a cake along side a chef well he used a whole bottle of booze. I tasted it, cough, cough. We attended the towel animal making talk, we made earrings for granddaughters yes husband joined in, we were taught the Thriller dance, saw movies on a humongous screen on the pool deck, saw the funny belly flop contest and sexiest man contest, to funny! We won second place ribbons in the scavenger hunt, attended all the fabulous shows, 2 Comedy, Singer, Magic/Comedy Act, Ariel acts and more, I won a facial from the spa, great relaxing atmosphere, received goodies at the meet and mingle, you must go! Well this is only a small tidbit of what we did. We laughed, we were relaxed, we were pampered, And the food oh my here goes, 1.Park Café has the best Roast Beef sandwiches (near the Spa) 2. The Windjammer (buffet ) has a greeter who invites you with "Wakie Wakie" at breakfast time, and the The Great Gatsby restaurant was wonderful food and service. We were seated with fellow cruisers we did not know. It was nice talking & learning about cruising. Once at the Bahamas my husband had a breath taking snorkel trip and I shopped. Prices were good. Did not like the Straw Market. Key West was wonderful we took the Conk Train,(great history tour of the town) saw The Hemingway House (saw the 6 toed cats) and The Little White House (tour guide offered much details, short movie was enjoyable, loved the home and furnishings) highly recommend all three. There is never a dull moment on Grandeur of the Seas so much to do you would not need to get off the ship. So, we booked another trip for next year. Read Less
Sail Date November 2013
Grandeur of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 3.5 4.0
Dining 3.5 4.0
Entertainment 3.5 3.8
Public Rooms 3.5 4.2
Fitness Recreation 3.5 3.8
Family 3.5 3.8
Shore Excursion 3.5 3.8
Enrichment 1.0 3.5
Service 4.0 4.5
Value For Money 4.5 3.9
Rates N/A 4.2

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