1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: January 2018
Set sail on 31Jan18 and according to Captain seas were at 6 metres (20 foot) - a lot of peoples sick and for first time I can remember the theatre was half empty - not a lot of people in dining rooms either so more for me treat. Rough ... Read More
Set sail on 31Jan18 and according to Captain seas were at 6 metres (20 foot) - a lot of peoples sick and for first time I can remember the theatre was half empty - not a lot of people in dining rooms either so more for me treat. Rough seas stayed for 2 days. I was on balcony on deck 7 - I do not recommend it as balcony overlooks canvas awnings covering life boats - decks 8 and 9 seemed better if you wanted to look down at seas. Having been on many cruises now I do not like the layout of Radiance - its nt a bad ship its just that others are better. If you like to attend quizzes then the Schooner bar on deck 6 has limited space. The main theatre is good/fine but second space down aft called colony club is small -again other ships have 2 theatres which I prefer. The cinema is sad - only takes about 100 people and it is a cramped room. The centrum space on deck 4 is also limited for space so many people gather around inside balconies on deck 5 and 6 to watch shows. Again other ships are better laid out. Food was fine in Windjammers and also Cascade restaurant - good but again I've had slightly better. Casino is rubbish - the machines are one's you would have seen in your local pub or RSL some 15 years ago. They are that ancient. Also close to the worst paying machines I've ever experienced. Didn't go to art auctions this time - just cannot see any value in it. If you have travelled with Princess you would be horrified with prices to play Bingo. More expensive , less games and prizes seemed less and certainly didn't accumulate to a big dividend on last day. If you have travelled with RCL before as we had embarkation was very quick - taken to front of lines. Also disembarkation was very smooth and quick. Tenders ran well in Bay of Islands but after starting well in Akaroa it went to hell in a hand basket for about 2 hours - just chaos - not sure why but it meant that was going to be a 20 minute wait turned into an hour and 10 minutes (not happy Jan!) Weather - after first 2 days of rough seas by time we got to Milford Sound weather was good but cool and it stayed that way till Bay of Islands where it rained heavily. Trip back to OZ was smooth seas but not much sun. MiniGolf was fun but didn't see many climbing rock wall. Seemed to be more pressure from some staff to buy things than I have experienced in past. I travelled on Radiance a year ago and prices for games shows and quizzes were better - seemed to be doing things on the cheap this time. Really disappointed there was no Beatles quiz - first time I have experience this in past 14 cruises. Nearly all the Headline acts were of good to high quality. In no particular order there was:- Anthony Laffan - comedian and hypnotist - very good and funny Nathan Foley - singer, dancer, musician - seriously high quality Sam McCool - comedian - very good and funny Johnny Balance - comedian, magician, juggler and balancer - amazing - great act 3 Man Band - might have name wrong but gee they were good - outstanding singers. Paul Martell - impressionist - with wife Jane Scali (ex Johnny Young young talent time - perhaps along with Nathan Foley best act but all listed here were good. Kelly Monteith - comedian - probably not as good as those above but still OK. These you would all pay to see. Diamonds - 3 girl singers - young and shouted into microphones - sang some good songs but missed with many - compared to others listed above were "C" graders. Sadly the production shows were to of the same standard - piano many show - singers didn't sing well together. City of Dreams show - when it finished I said what was that all about. However Tango Buenos Aires show was high quality - dancing outstanding. Costumes were good and sets also good but choreography left something to be desired except in Tango show. Singers were average compared to other production shows I've experienced. The various other acts put on a show called Music Showcase and it was just OK - nothing to rave about although the musicians were outstanding. Health There must have been a bad outbreak of norovirus before we joined as staff handled all foods and were strict about everyone washing for first 3 days of cruise - perfectly understandable. although waiting 5 minutes to get a piece of toast at breakfast was a tad annoying. Movies and TV Selection of movies were current and some shown in main theatre (but repeated too often) - already mentioned cramped cinema. TV was good as I like Say news so could catch up with local politics each day but also other good channels to cater for most tastes. Showed excellent coverage of Super Bowl in Sports Bar. Shops Alcohol prices very competitive but will leave it to others to comment on other shops. Alcohol prices around ship - are just too expensive - you get better prices at your local pub or RSL Quizzes - some of the smartest players I've experienced with high scores always the norm and the odd perfect score. Enrichment lectures - Melva Stone who spoke of her experiences in outback WA was outstanding. Shore Excursions - having been to NZ several times did my own excursions and always much cheaper than ship. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
We chose the Radiance because of its itinerary in New Zealand and Australia and because of the good experiences we have had on several other Royal Caribbean ships. Unfortunately, our experience on the Radiance fell well below our previous ... Read More
We chose the Radiance because of its itinerary in New Zealand and Australia and because of the good experiences we have had on several other Royal Caribbean ships. Unfortunately, our experience on the Radiance fell well below our previous Royal Caribbean cruises in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. Overall, the ship seemed to have many issues that need correcting, including the menu choices and food preparation in the main dining room at dinner, the boring and tasteless food in the rather small buffet and the poor condition of the ship's furnishings. The Radiance is definitely showing its age and should be brought into dry dock for a complete refurbishment or should be retired. The balcony cabin we reserved was large enough and had a much larger balcony, as we were on the hump. The bed and pillows were comfortable and linens in good condition. However, the furniture was in need of refinishing. The bathroom shower had a curtain rather than a sliding curved door, so was difficult to keep water from splashing on the bathroom floor. The shower head was difficult to move away from the front so added to the problem. When we boarded and got to our cabin, we found lots of paint chips that must have been dislodged when the ship was power washed. They were stuck like glue to the balcony decking and on the 3 chairs and large table there. I tried to get them off by wiping down with a damp towel, but they would not budge. Our cabin steward was great as was our head waiter and his assistant. The rest of the crew were very hard working and pleasant, with the exception of those at the Guest Services and combined Shore Excursion desk, all of whom were not very helpful nor very pleasant. They did not seem to know what they were doing half the time. The touted VOOM wifi was spotty and sometime nonexistent and the entertainment was not very good except for the one night when there was a great tango group. The comedians were horrible. Pools on the ship were very small and not designed to resist movement, so were sloshing a lot when at sea. The workout room is adequate, but some of the equipment needs replacing as some were difficult to change adjustments and one slipped out of the adjustment pin for several people when I was in the gym. Classes looked good, but some were designed to sell orthotics or other things. We will not cruise on the Radiance again unless it undergoes a complete overhaul and we are sure many other passengers would echo our sentiments. Many things made us wonder if RCCL is cutting back to improve their bottom line. May backfire, as lots of passengers openly expressed their dissatisfaction with cruise to everyone within earshot. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
Royal Caribbean's Radiance of the Sea cruise to Australia and New Zealand was a major disappointment. The ship was originally constructed in 2001 and needs significant upgrading! A lot of maintenance items need to be repaired; original ... Read More
Royal Caribbean's Radiance of the Sea cruise to Australia and New Zealand was a major disappointment. The ship was originally constructed in 2001 and needs significant upgrading! A lot of maintenance items need to be repaired; original seating in the theater, water slides and pool that have not been upgraded since 2001. The cabins were also very dated and the "large" balcony cabins resemble a floating Motel 6. Cascades dining was also a disappointment with many food items having to be returned to the kitchen as they were not edible. The Cascade's dining room is similar to being at a large convention, but with below average food quality and service. Although there were 2 "formal" dining evenings, during these evening, 1/5 of the guests wore a sports jacket; The rest of the evenings were "theme" dress codes including rock n roll, 70s, country, Aussie, etc., that should be eliminated. There is a strong up-sell to upgrade to other restaurants on the ship which, unfortunately, were the only good meals that we experienced on the cruise. The entertainment on the ship was poor and consisted of a hypnotist, comedian, a bad Michael Jackson impersonator, and other acts that were basically similar to a high school talent show. The cruise's itinerary was excellent, but all services and accommodations were significantly inferior to my other cruise experiences. I would recommend travelling on Princess that has a similar New Zealand/Australia itinerary. FYI...most excursions do not include any meal service even if they are all day activities... Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
We chose this cruise because of the number of ports visited in the Australia portion of the cruise. We had a balcony suite and it was spacious enough and had a lot of storage space. One thing to note: the only toiletries you get in the ... Read More
We chose this cruise because of the number of ports visited in the Australia portion of the cruise. We had a balcony suite and it was spacious enough and had a lot of storage space. One thing to note: the only toiletries you get in the bathroom is shampoo. If you want facial tissue, shower gel, hand lotion and hair conditioner, you must ask your room steward, otherwise you do without. In fact one steward (not ours) told me they weren't available but I knew they were from a previous cruise...you just have to ask for them. We were not able to stop at the Bay of Islands due to high winds, so this most important port for shore excursions was missed. Note: I found out that RCL will not give you a port credit for missing a port unlike other cruise lines who do give you a credit. After all, we pay for the port fees, we should get a refund for missed ports. Entertainment and Activities - Over the two-week period, there were about 4 or 5 shows that were very good. The rest were mediocre, especially the comedian and the impressionist. The jersey boys tribute was great; the violinist was great; the Tango dance production was great. They showed about 4 or 5 movies which they recycled over the two-week period. They have mini golf which was nice as well as a rock-climbing wall. Bingo was always a favourite on the ship. Staff - The dining room staff we had were great. Elisios, Ashish and Edward, thank you for looking after us. You offered us great insight into your jobs. We gave you a 10 rating. Our room steward, Boran, also gave us very good service and kept us stocked up on toiletries. Thanks, Boran. Food - The food on the ship has declined on RCL as noted by a number of Diamond guests on the ship. I agree with them. In fact, several Diamond members met with the Food Services Director to complain about the quality of the food that was being served. In the Windjammer Cafe, you move from station to station having to get your food without a tray, necessitating you to go to your table, put your plate down, got back for your beverage, etc. Lots of wasted time. Toast and other toasted breads were placed in covered dishes but were rarely hot. I learned to ask to have my toast freshly toasted. Poached eggs were usually hard in the middle. Desserts consisted of Jello or mousse, so clearly a cost-cutting measure. Cheesecake offered was dry and hard as were the chocolate cupcakes when offered. However, there was lots of fresh fruit, so we ate a lot of that. The dinner dining room menus were uninspiring for many days. Towards the end of the cruise there was an improvement. What the menu item described for a dish was not necessarily what you thought it should be. For example, beef stroganoff was chunks of beef in a beef gravy with a 1/4 tsp. of sour cream on the top--not how beef stroganoff is made. Roast duck was very dry. Lamb was offered several times and this was very good. There is beef on the menu every night but they never tell you the cut you are getting. Pretty sure it wasn't prime rib. On the last formal night, we had lobster or beef but not both, i.e. surf and turf, which is commonly offered on a formal night. If we wanted both, we had to order separately. When it came, the server moved either the beef or lobster to one plate and then served it as surf and turf. The veggies on the second plate then got thrown out. What a waste! And you don't get steak with surf and turf, you get a slice of beef. Lunch in the dining room was very limited. Food menu was not great either. I ordered a burger, which tasted very good, but was missing some of the items indicated in the descriptor. When I asked why, the server came back and told me that it wasn't available. Go to the Windjammer for breakfast and lunch. There was an outbreak of Norwalk virus a couple of days into the cruise. This meant that the staff were now working overtime to sanitize the entire ship. We were served our meals in the Windjammer. The pools were drained; the walls were washed down; handrails were disinfected many times during the day. The dining rooms were fogged every night and all serveware had to be disinfected. NOTE TO GUESTS: PLEASE WASH YOUR HANDS AFTER USING THE TOILET. I saw a number of guests in the washrooms who came out of the stalls and simply rinsed their hands under water with no soap used. NOTE TO KITCHEN STAFF: You probably use prewashed salad greens but prewashed has been known to contain e coli. Please wash all salad greens. Every time I had a salad, a few hours later, I got stomach cramps. After I stopped eating salad greens, no stomach cramps. NOTE TO PARENTS: It is NOT okay to have your children in the adult pool if they are not 100% toilet trained or if they ware wearing diapers. Please be mindful of the other guests who are using the pool. We saw this a number of times with parents. Ports - Wellington, Tauranga and Dunedin were lovely. We visited the Cadbury chocolate factory and would recommend that tour. You can buy tickets directly on the Cadbury website and the free shuttle into Dunedin drops you right across the street from the factory. We enjoyed Melbourne and a visit to the Victoria market is a must. We got many good buys there. Wollongong was a great stop and probably my favourite. I understand it was a first-time stop for RCL. We got the red-carpet treatment from the locals. They had a whole team of volunteers to greet us and there was a free bus that circulated the city so we could get on and off as we pleased. Everywhere we went, we were welcomed. The whole city knew we were there as it had be put in the newspaper. A tv crew was even there to greet us. Definitely would recommend that this port be continued as a port stop. Lots to see. Beaches are beautiful as is the botanical gardens. There were many volunteers at different ports to greet us and provide us with maps of their city as well as other useful information. This was greatly appreciated. This is my second cruise on RCL and I probably will not take another cruise with them. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
We chose the Radiance because of its itinerary in New Zealand and Australia and because of the good experiences we have had on several other Royal Caribbean ships. Unfortunately, our experience on the Radiance fell well below our previous ... Read More
We chose the Radiance because of its itinerary in New Zealand and Australia and because of the good experiences we have had on several other Royal Caribbean ships. Unfortunately, our experience on the Radiance fell well below our previous Royal Caribbean cruises in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. Overall, the ship seemed to have many issues that need correcting, including the menu choices and food preparation in the main dining room at dinner, the boring and tasteless food in the rather small buffet and the poor condition of the ship's furnishings. The Radiance is definitely showing its age and should be brought into dry dock for a complete refurbishment or should be retired. The balcony cabin we reserved was large enough and had a much larger balcony, as we were on the hump. The bed and pillows were comfortable and linens in good condition. However, the furniture was in need of refinishing. The bathroom shower had a curtain rather than a sliding curved door, so was difficult to keep water from splashing on the bathroom floor. The shower head was difficult to move away from the front so added to the problem. When we boarded and got to our cabin, we found lots of paint chips that must have been dislodged when the ship was power washed. They were stuck like glue to the balcony decking and on the 3 chairs and large table there. I tried to get them off by wiping down with a damp towel, but they would not budge. Our cabin steward was great as was our head waiter and his assistant. The rest of the crew were very hard working and pleasant, with the exception of those at the Guest Services and combined Shore Excursion desk, all of whom were not very helpful nor very pleasant. They did not seem to know what they were doing half the time. The touted VOOM wifi was spotty and sometime nonexistent and the entertainment was not very good except for the one night when there was a great tango group. The comedians were horrible. Pools on the ship were very small and not designed to resist movement, so were sloshing a lot when at sea. The workout room is adequate, but some of the equipment needs replacing as some were difficult to change adjustments and one slipped out of the adjustment pin for several people when I was in the gym. Classes looked good, but some were designed to sell orthotics or other things. We will not cruise on the Radiance again unless it undergoes a complete overhaul and we are sure many other passengers would echo our sentiments. Many things made us wonder if RCCL is cutting back to improve their bottom line. May backfire, as lots of passengers openly expressed their dissatisfaction with cruise to everyone within earshot. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
We boarded the ship in Auckland which was completely hassle free. We were on the 8th deck cabin size was fine. The balcony was very small and the 2 seater sofa in the cabin somewhat tired looking. The lower deck seemed to have a ... Read More
We boarded the ship in Auckland which was completely hassle free. We were on the 8th deck cabin size was fine. The balcony was very small and the 2 seater sofa in the cabin somewhat tired looking. The lower deck seemed to have a larger balconies. Soon as we got on board we were confronted with the upsell of buying into the specialty restaurants - something we did not want to do as we felt we had already paid for fine dining in the cost of our cruise. It wasn't cheap. Whilst the service in the main dining area was excellent the food left a great deal to be desired. We would liken it to what is available at our local RSA - certainly no where near the standard of previous Royal Caribbean Cruises we have done. Apple Strudel - a flat piece of white looking chewy pastry with small apple pieces pressed into the pastry and a blob of icream on top the size of a small saucer. I needed a knife and fork to be able to cut this so I could actually eat it. A quiche served as a main - the quiche being waifer thin - an extremely small triangle served with a little coleslaw. Someone else ordered Lobster that was not cooked through. We were warned not to drink the water however when we went to buy bottled water were asked "don't you have a drinks package". We often had to queue to get water. There were many complaints. Third night in my husband felt he got food poisoning and a crew member told us that several people had got sick that night and they thought it was food poisoning but they had been asked not to tell anyone. Entertainment during the day was poor - it appeared to be mainly radio music. You couldn't go and sit and listen to someone playing the piano or a live singer. Entertainment in the theatre at night was excellent. Our trip was around N.Z. and across to Australia. We did enjoy the ports we went to.8518 Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
Our first on RCCL however we had done our fair share of cruise around the world with different cruise lines. Over all the ship was OK Food was very good in (included) eating laces). The buffet had great amount to chose from.Better ... Read More
Our first on RCCL however we had done our fair share of cruise around the world with different cruise lines. Over all the ship was OK Food was very good in (included) eating laces). The buffet had great amount to chose from.Better than Princess.The main dining room was very quashed with no room between tables. Breakfast service was a shambles some morning in the dining room. The entertainment was very hit and miss (most a miss ! ). Using the atrium for much of the entertainment was frustrating as there is very little seating and could have been used in the Colony Club (which had little going on at any given time. Lectures were at 9 am ! There fore little attended. The over all condition of the ship was good , better than Princess keeps their ships . The N-virus appeared about half way through the cruise and they announced 35 cases had come to the med-centre ,though since the cruise ended I have read on the net that that went up to 75 and the following cruise embarkation was delayed till 3 pm to start . Ports of call in NZ and Australia were all good, though Bay of Islands was cancelled with no refund. The large outside cabin 3032 was a 4 berth one which was comfortable ,the carpet looks to be well over due for a clean (shampoo),but the cabin was serviced twice a day as you would expect. We had a last minute deal and with that deal in mind , we were happy Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
Old but correct ship partially renovated. Service on board was a little bit to festive or let's say relax even if attendants where nice. No touch of class compare to other ships. We had an excellent room attendant on our 10 th deck. We ... Read More
Old but correct ship partially renovated. Service on board was a little bit to festive or let's say relax even if attendants where nice. No touch of class compare to other ships. We had an excellent room attendant on our 10 th deck. We are not young people even if in good shape and we were travelling with our grand daughter that dreamed on this cruise and overall enjoyed. Stateroom for three but the sofa bed was a great discomfort. When open at night there was practically no place to move. Trying to get up was for an athlete as the bed was almost on floor level with a hard matrass. After the first nights my bone were getting out of my body and I requested a solution. The room attendant went all the way calling his Senior housekeeper and I suggested them not to open the sofa bed or just a little and to add a mattress which they did and it became a magician trick . I slept like a baby. Thank you Mr Sookressen Mahadoo you have been grate as cabin attendant . We were assigned a table on the Cascade restaurant attended by Raghu Chowdhur. A very nice man with a great smile. At times just a little bit to friendly perhaps but it looks that was the service attendance in general that I say had sympathy but were polite. Keeping some distance and not to overdo would still be beneficial for them. The food in general was nothing exceptional but good and the specialities restaurants where correct to good particularly the Grill. The Windjammer had always a correct buffet display but few things were not good. and mainly that slippery granit floor that could have cost a much worst accident to my wife than a broken arm. How could you have such a floor ! ..It is an Ice skating ring badly washed or far to humid due as I was explained by being under the tropics and rainy weather outside. A "Wet sign" is not enough. No floor carpets or more indications. Next day they were lot of them but still your floor was slippery and it is a Indoor restaurant. Really difficult to understand your security policy on this respect and casualties do cause you certainly a high cost in claims. Perhaps you will react once somebody will have nock his head ! My wife was quickly and well attended by the Restaurant staff while lying on the floor with the arm out of the elbow. Good for her she was waring proper shoes otherwise ! Security staff came quickly such as medical attendance with Nurse and Doctor. A passenger nurse took care till there arrival. Treatment performed was quick and therefore congratulations to your on board medical facilities. Your Safety & s Security Mgr a young Canadian Officer was nice and he did a personal follow up which is to be thanked such as young Portuguese Guest Relation by the name of Cardoso and fullstop. WE never received a call from you hotel manager or F & B Mgr both very aware but I found your Croatian Chief Engineer that attended my remake in situ while going for his lunch next day. As I said it ended badly but it could have be worst by a clear omission of a floor treatment or bad floor cleanliness maintenance. Petty, we have use a lot Celebrity and we like but due to this incident we have been highly disappointed by the Radiance of the Sea and we had to short cut our leaves by three weeks after flying back home after visiting the Medical Center in Sydney. Spoiled vacations due to a negligent and dangerous poor maintenance of an indoor restaurant. Not to believe ! Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
We were looking forward to a fun, party type atmosphere like we have had recently on Explorer, Rhapsody and Celebrity Solstice. Those ships had dancing almost every night to a really uptempo band playing great dance music and there was ... Read More
We were looking forward to a fun, party type atmosphere like we have had recently on Explorer, Rhapsody and Celebrity Solstice. Those ships had dancing almost every night to a really uptempo band playing great dance music and there was either a party in the public area or the nightclub was pumping. This voyage had a largely young to youngish age group looking to have fun at night but the Radiance only had four fun parties over the 14 night trip. The Phillipino band continually played boring, old fashioned music which only one or two couples would dance to so everyone would melt off early to bed. I have never spent so many cruise evenings watching movies! Loved Zumba with Sophie on sea days but I wish that the gym instructors taking Fab Abs and Total Body Conditioning would not push everyone do endless repetitions of the same movement using the same bodypart over 1 to 2 minutes. I ended up with painful inflammation of the shoulders and upper arms which gradually subsided with rest - my gym Les Mills in Auckland never make you overuse one area and they change to a different exercise far more frequently. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
The ship is getting a little old, so they say, and some of the activities on newer, larger ships are just not here. There was not a decent water slide, except a tiny one for the kiddies' pool. On Carnival, by contrast, I had a great ... Read More
The ship is getting a little old, so they say, and some of the activities on newer, larger ships are just not here. There was not a decent water slide, except a tiny one for the kiddies' pool. On Carnival, by contrast, I had a great time as a 47-year-old on the Green Thunder. That's the kind of inclusion that RCI needs on more of its ships. Embarkation and disembarkation were very easy. Being on Deck 10, we were among the first passengers on the ship. Getting off, it took about 10 minutes. The entertainment on board ranged from the average (the old guy singing in the English pub each night) to the outstanding (the "Real Time Band" who played in the central bar most nights and were just great). Dining: The MDR was fantastic for food and service. The buffet ("Windjammers") was average - food bland, always hard to get a table, often not cleaned adequately. I'm told by the wife that Izumi Sushi was the best ever. Our experience in Chops Grille was disappointing, considering that we had paid the cover charge ($35 each) and then $20 for the seafood tower. The service was slow, the food ordinary and a promised discount not honoured until we insisted. Cabin (sorry - "Stateroom"): small, but we kind of expected this. (See below). There was only 'body wash' in the shower dispenser. I was told by some regular RCI customers that they used to provide shampoo and conditioner in little vials (you know, the kind you would expect in a hotel/motel) but had stopped doing it recently. Our stateroom attendant was very helpful, turning down our sofa-bed each day and night without grumbling. In fact, the service on the ship, for the most part, was very good. The activities and 'extras' on board were often greatly over-priced: $42 to play bingo; $120 for my daughter to get a facial treatment. It was even $35 to get a small bag of laundry done on the ship. RCI have decided to remove guest laundries, so they profiteer relentlessly on this. Everything but the essentials involved an extra fee. Shore excursions arranged through the ship were sometimes prohibitively expensive, so we didn't bother. The tender vessels, when needed, were generally okay (I mean, it is what it is). Ports: Dunedin - pleasantly surprising; Akaroa - similar; Tauranga - beautiful, had some drinks in the Astrolabe Brewbar, one of the nicest and most unusual bars I've ever seen; Auckland - not nearly enough time on an 8-hour stopover; Bay of Islands - also very nice. Plenty of places to come back to on an actual holiday with time to see some things. Travelled with one wife and one 12-year-old child. The daughter had a great time and made lots of friends in the "teens club". Some days we hardly saw her. On other days, she grumbled a bit that there wasn't much to do. The weather was good; hardly any motion in the boat at all (much to my displeasure - I like some rocking and rolling at sea!). Overall, just okay. Nothing great. Next time: another line. Read Less
Radiance of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.2
Dining 4.0 4.0
Entertainment 5.0 3.8
Public Rooms 5.0 4.4
Fitness Recreation 5.0 4.1
Family 5.0 4.1
Shore Excursion 3.0 3.8
Enrichment 1.0 3.5
Service 3.0 4.4
Value For Money 4.0 3.9
Rates 4.0 4.3

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