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Mexican Riviera now in Canada????

Review for Mariner of the Seas to British Columbia

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mamaza

First Time Cruiser

Age 70s

We have always wanted to try a Promenade room, and being that this was a low budget cruise, they all are, but be finally tried it and stuck with it; Getting to the just of this trip. We booked a 7 night cruise to the Mexican Riviera but the Swine Flu halted that one. RCCL was actually better to us than the cruises before and after us. They allowed us to cancel without penalty, or take a ...
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Sail Date: August 2009

Cabin Type: Promenade Stateroom


Mariner of the Seas... Great Value for the Low Price

Review for Mariner of the Seas to British Columbia

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Angiet2

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

Embarkation:  It was fairly easy and the RC staff was friendly and very efficient.  We arrived at 12:00 PM and were on board by 12:45 PM.  Luggage arrived promptly to our cabin around 5:30 PM.Cabin:  Normally, we stay in a suite (our last RC cabin was the Royal Suite, complete with a baby grand piano!), but this time, we were doing a last minute, 'cheapie' cruise and grabbed an inside cabin with a ...
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Sail Date: June 2009

Cabin Type: Promenade Stateroom


Huge Ship

Review for Mariner of the Seas to British Columbia

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HNI

First Time Cruiser

Age 70s

We were visiting San Diego when we observed numerous ships docking. Those with Mexican Riviera destinations had nowhere to go. Next day I got on the internet and discovered huge bargains. I contacted my travel agent and we were booked. I immediately contacted friends in San Francisco and Seattle to arrange get togethers. We are in our early 60's and had previously sailed with HAL, Carnival and ...
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Sail Date: May 2009


Pacific Northwest - Rollin with the Flow

Review for Mariner of the Seas to British Columbia

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CBGB10

First Time Cruiser

Age 40s

Background Information: My mother-in-law (50's) and I (30's) flew from Minneapolis to John Wayne Airport the day before our cruise.  It's a small airport, but in the short time we were there we found it very clean, easy to navigate and had options available for those who may need to spend more time there.  We were picked up by family members and stayed with them Saturday night.  We used this free ...
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Sail Date: May 2009

Traveled with children


Way to go RC

Review for Mariner of the Seas to British Columbia

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Loan Arranger

First Time Cruiser

First, let me explain our cruise plans.  We had been planning this "wonderful family trip" to Mexico for over 2 years.  My son was on a church mission and returned last winter.  Instead of going to pick him up, we decided to take the entire family adults (3 additional married sisters ranging from 25 to 33 and their husbands) on a cruise vacation as a "Welcome Home Party".  I was so disappointed ...
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Sail Date: May 2009

Cabin Type: Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony

Traveled with children


Mariner of the Seas May 3 - 10

Review for Mariner of the Seas to British Columbia

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harvschmarv

First Time Cruiser

Our first cruise. We booked 3 months ago and were really looking forward to the trip to Mexico! Imagine our surprise (and initial disappointment) when swine flu changed our itinerary to San Francisco, Seattle, and Victoria. We already had airfare paid for, childcare arranged, and my work was covered (also very difficult to do, and moreso to undo). So whether we were up for the cruise or not, we ...
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Sail Date: May 2009


Under the Golden Gate Bridge

Review for Mariner of the Seas to British Columbia

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Jeff Betz

First Time Cruiser

Age 70s

My wife and I took our ninth Royal Caribbean cruise and twentieth overall on Mariner of the Seas departing on May 31.   This was a seven night trip originating in Los Angeles with a revised itinerary because of the flu issues in Mexico.   We booked the cruise after the ports of call were switched and were quite happy to visit San Francisco, Vitoria BC and Seattle, and in fact prefer these ...
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Sail Date: May 2009


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