1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: January 2019
I talked a very hesitant friend and her husband into trying a cruise and decided my wife and I should go along. Glad we did. I should first describe my idea of a great cruise...really relaxed. Stayed at the Fortuna hotel pre ... Read More
I talked a very hesitant friend and her husband into trying a cruise and decided my wife and I should go along. Glad we did. I should first describe my idea of a great cruise...really relaxed. Stayed at the Fortuna hotel pre cruise. Really neat little boutique hotel near the beach. Boarding was effortless. There was no line for Diamond and a short line for general boarding. On board in 10 minutes and a drink in hand. Love the drink package. Had a balcony cabin 7534 with plenty of room and quite comfortable for me. Explored the ship. Had not been on Adventure (although have also been on Navigator and Explorer). Love the ship and the peekaboo bridge. Pool bar was my favorite and Schooner was a close second. All on board meals in the Windjammer (don't like wearing long sleeve pants). No complaints about the food. There was a minor issue when the crew served dessert and plugged the entrance. Cabin service was attentive and no complaints. Requested a daily ice bucket and it was delivered. Labadee was Labadee. The buffet was fine and typical. Already paid drinks are great. Avoided the locals. San Juan is one of my favorite places. The forts weren't open for my friends and wife to see but we had a great hike along the old wall and 2 great meals in town. We were there from 1300-2100. Sint Maarten was up next. We went out to the airport by private cab. It was much more crowded than the last time we were there (likely would find other things to do next time) but it was fun for the first time friends. We stopped for a bit in town after the airport and had a good time strolling the boardwalk. Last port was St. Kitts. My wife and friends did a dolphin excursion while I wandered around the port and town. When they got back we hiked about 10 miles around town. Great fun. Finished with 2 great sea days. The production shows were ho hum. Game shows were fun. We're not late nights so didn't catch much after 2200 except Love and Marriage. Jogging track is a bit short. I went by time and no idea how many laps. The info says 8 laps to a mile (I showed closer to 9). All in all another great cruise on Royal and will definitely return. Stayed at Red Carpet Inn post cruise. Comfortable, ok accommodations. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
We chose this cruise because we wanted to party over New Year's and we did. Easy getting on the ship with an early shuttle and as promised room was open right at 1 o'clock. The Adventure is an older ship and showing her age ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we wanted to party over New Year's and we did. Easy getting on the ship with an early shuttle and as promised room was open right at 1 o'clock. The Adventure is an older ship and showing her age even though many on board said she had been recently renovated. Casino was small, paint and hardware needed attention and many areas were just not serviced in a timely manner especially public restrooms. Room attendants were top notch for us and for everyone we chatted with but they battled with hardware falling off and bath areas that just were not cleanable. Shows were average with the exception of the second production show and a fabulous hypnotist who had everyone laughing out loud. Can not comment on ports or excursion since we had done the Caymans many times including spending a week at Christmas one year and had also visited the Mexican ports at a safer time. There was just the two of us and we enjoyed pool days and party nights. Bartenders are good at their jobs and pool attendants were very attentive. Food was only average or below average if you cruise on any of the upscale lines. Would I go again? Probably would if I needed a party and a short cruise but not willing to travel from Kentucky for a short cruise on this ship. This time fit perfectly because we were able to follow it with two weeks in a condo at Pompano. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
This was our second NYE cruise and third time on the Adventure. We appreciated the upgrades that were added in the last dry dock. Embarking and debarking were easy, probably the best we have ever experienced at Port Everglades. We ... Read More
This was our second NYE cruise and third time on the Adventure. We appreciated the upgrades that were added in the last dry dock. Embarking and debarking were easy, probably the best we have ever experienced at Port Everglades. We had a walkoff with the Suite Concierge and it took 12 minutes total. Our grand suite (1578) on deck 10 was lovely and very convenient to the elevators. Very large with plenty of storage, a mini fridge, wetbar, a nice bathroom and balcony. The balcony had a padded lounger, a table and two chairs. It is completely covered, and was quite pleasant most of the time. We were a little concerned the cabin might be noisy as we were located under the pool deck, but that was only an issue on NYE when we tried to turn in around 12:30. Once the deck party ended, all was quiet again. We had the Ultimate Dining Package and enjoyed one dinner at Chops, one at Izumi and four at Giovanni’s Table. Chops and Izumi are both on the Royal Promenade and were a little too noisy for us. Giovanni’s Table is located next to the Windjammer with a beautiful ocean view. We got great service from Amar and Arvind at GT. Christopher was the Suite Concierge and did a great job. He made our dinner reservations pre-cruise, though we changed several onboard. He also hosted a suite party at Giovanni’s Table for lunch one sea day. The party was well attended with many officers, including the Captain and Hotel Director. Nearly every day we received goodies in our suite, including gifts from the Captain, the Hotel Director, Christopher and the casino. We had requested a beach towel as our Diamond Plus gift, but housekeeping called and said they were out. So they substituted a tote, which came in handy as we were packing. Service was good throughout the cruise. Our cabin steward, Renato, was very good and kept the cabin in great shape. Mercedes was the cruise director, and did a fine job. Entertainment was good. We really enjoyed the production shows, the comedian and the staff talent show, Adventure’s Got Talent. The outdoor movies were fun, including Mamma Mia, Here We Go Again and Oceans Eight. We had colds all week so we stayed on the ship in Grand Cayman. In Costa Maya, we took a taxi to the town and enjoyed a great walk. At Cozumel, we shopped at the port and returned to the ship early. Even though we were not feeling the best, we had a great time and will gladly sail on the Adventure again. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
We chose this cruise to celebrate New Years with friends. Having cruised since 1995 this is our first RCL cruise. Never have I heard one negative thing about RCL from friends who only sail RCL. I was well aware this 6 day cruise was on ... Read More
We chose this cruise to celebrate New Years with friends. Having cruised since 1995 this is our first RCL cruise. Never have I heard one negative thing about RCL from friends who only sail RCL. I was well aware this 6 day cruise was on an older ship, but never did I expect the ship to show her age the way this one did. Because of the jacked up price for the New Years cruise, we took an inside cabin, something we haven't done in years. Carpets were worn, in the main areas, and stateroom. The couch was badly stained, the bathroom showed signs of rust and I have never had a bathroom as small as this one. The shower? Small is too large a word to describe it. The bed was about 2 inches from the couch on one side and table on the other. Getting out of bed in the dark was interesting to say the least. We went to put our wine in the refrigerator and found pooled water with mold growing in it. So much for the room. I do want to say boarding was a pleasure. Disembarkation was a nightmare cattle call, with everyone being ushered off the ship at one time, despite a so called schedule. Food ... room service was nicely done. The Windjammer buffet was mediocre, with the same selection daily of so so food. If you like your coffee strong , and I mean strong, this is for you. Breakfast in the dining room was slow unless you chose the buffet they offered there as well. I ordered my eggs over easy and they came out with runny whites. The staff are all eager to please at every turn. Dinner in the dining room some nights seemed rushed. We were told by our travel agent because we were a party of 7, to see the reservation staff upon boarding and request our dinner time, so we wouldn't have to wait for an available table with any time dining. We were given a time prior to 6 pm, which was too early. Otherwise we had to wait until 8:30. We felt as the dinner wound down and desert came, we were being rushed out . Put down your fork and the dish disappeared. Of course, as expected on a holiday sailing, at sea days it was impossible to find a lounge at the pool. The entertainment was so so. The Latin band was excellent, as was the band in the theater. We loved the ice skating show!! The Lyric Theater shows were not so good. Some of the staff we spoke to agreed the ship needed to be updated. Some even apologetic. All in all, when I pay top dollar I expect something. I expected something special because it is RCL. Having been to most ports before many times over, I have to say we loved the trip to Mayan ruins we took in Costa Maya. I would have enjoyed the opportunity to walk outside the port area, but we were not in port all day. We had a fun private tour guide in Cozumel and we loved how he just let us do our thing. We went to a beach north of town, which was lovely and we hit the Ticquila factory of course! We wandered the town and took some fun, surprising turns to end our day of fun. All in all, the success of the trip was all due to great off ship trips, great friends and abiliity to laugh at it all. I would not go back on this ship but I may want to try a newer RCL. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2018
We were on this ship for the 8-night 2018 Christmas Cruise departing Ft. Lauderdale with stops in Nassau, Puerto Rico, St. Maarten and St. Kitts. This was the second Christmas cruise for us on this ship, the last one 4 years ago out of San ... Read More
We were on this ship for the 8-night 2018 Christmas Cruise departing Ft. Lauderdale with stops in Nassau, Puerto Rico, St. Maarten and St. Kitts. This was the second Christmas cruise for us on this ship, the last one 4 years ago out of San Juan, PR. Overall, this was our 5th cruise on RCL and our 8th cruise overall. We are an active couple in our early 50’s and were traveling with our 2 daughters and son in-law, all in their early 20’s. We checked in early (11am) and were allowed to board the ship immediately. This was very nice compared to our previous cruise on Norwegian where we had to wait in a waiting area for more than 1 hour. Luggage drop and check-in was painless, but I had also completed all the cruise documents including pictures online ahead of time. We had lunch at the Windjammer Café and then relaxed in the Blue Moon (Deck 14) until the rooms opened at 1pm. We had 2 Balcony Staterooms (8246 and 8250). One was a bit larger than the other and had a sofa bed vs. the Pullman (overhead bed) in the other. Overall the cabin was clean, the beds comfortable and plenty of space to store all our stuff, including scuba gear. The balconies on this ship are a lot more “closed in” than on newer ships, but we knew this from our previous cruise. We opted for My Time dining since the 5:30 seating was too early and the 8:30 too late for our liking. I did make 6:30 reservations for us ahead of time and we asked for a quiet table near a window at our first seating which we were given. We were very happy with this location and with our wait staff, so we then asked to have this table request in our profile for all of the following nights. The check-in person (Rene) did his best to accommodate this request and we were able to get that table all nights except one where he went out of his way to find us another quiet table by a window. The food in the dining room was good for most evenings, some were great and a few were just OK. Overall, I would rate the food a 7/10, the wait staff a 10/10. Bar service in the dining room could be a bit slow. We liked the elegance and lighting of the dining room better than those on Norwegian Escape. Our daughter and Son-in-Law had specialty dinners at Izumi and the Italian restaurant and felt that they were very special and slower paced. We did opt for the drink package which, for us, makes the shipboard experience much more relaxing (no stress about drink prices). We felt the wine/beer selection was good, but the mixed drinks were quite weak. We learned quickly that specifying the alcohol (i.e. gold Tequila, dark Rum, etc.) would improve the drink and the bar tenders were happy to comply. We also learned which bar tenders were reasonable with their pours (at Solarium bar we would sometimes see them not even fill a single shot glass of alcohol for the drink) and we would frequent those locations. It was also nice that specialty coffees were included in the package (not true for Norwegian). We attended most performances and game shows and especially enjoyed the comedians and game shows (Battel of the Sexes, The Quest). I don’t know if it was just coincidence, but the main comedian was the same as 4 years ago, but he was still great and only some of this jokes were repeats. Getting seats in the main theater was never an issue, but for the game shows in the Imperial Lounge an early arrival was critical. The guy in the piano bar (all songs by request) was great and the place was always packed. I would rate the entertainment 8/10. We are not the type to lay by the pool, but deck chairs seemed available anytime we walked through the pool area, even more so in the Solarium. We like to walk while on board and really enjoyed that one can circle the complete ship (as long as the weather is not too nasty and they close access to the bow) on deck 4. Most other ships we have been on do not have access to the bow. Some in our group got a massage and enjoyed this except the sales pitch for overpriced stuff at the end. We did not spend any time in the casino or gym. We disembarked early taking our own luggage to assure we would make our return flight. Disembarkation and customs/immigration was much quicker than expected. Overall we rarely felt that this was a Holiday cruise with the ship at capacity (of course the decorations and music were reminders). Ship size was a good compromise in having lots of activities (rock climbing, ice skating, Flowrider, etc.) and open spaces (the promenade) but not the big distances of other larger ships. We did miss the more elaborate shows available on Oasis class ships. All crew members we interacted with were friendly and professional and some really stood out in trying to make our stay as good as possible. There were no incidents that we needed to complain about. Overall I would rate this cruise a solid 8/10. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
We have been cruising with Royal since 2002 - have done 9 cruises and 7 were with RCCL.and second time on Adventure We have never been so disappointed on how much royal has gone down since our last time on the Adventure. We did Alaska ... Read More
We have been cruising with Royal since 2002 - have done 9 cruises and 7 were with RCCL.and second time on Adventure We have never been so disappointed on how much royal has gone down since our last time on the Adventure. We did Alaska in 2013 on Radiance (love Alaska and the Radiance). Done get me wrong some parts of the cruise were fabulous (staff especially), but overall it seems RCCL is more into making money than worrying about their overall performance. Stayed two days before at Pier 66 and was beautiful. The ship though a real disappointment. Royal used to pride themselves with the cleanliness of their ships and the overall look. I remember when every port they would be washing the windows and cleaning everywhere. Not anymore. The insides windows in the windjammer looked like they hadnt been cleaned in a long time. Also on the pool deck. One port the staff hosed down the outside windows with water, then soap, then rinsed them, but never squigeed them so the water just ran the windows and made them look worse. Our balcony glass on the outside looked like they had never been cleaned either and the railing was pealing and if you looked at the underside all you saw was rust. We had a notice half way thru the cruise to make sure the balcony doors were closed as they were going to clean them. Hubby was in the room at the time and all they did was hose them. When we went out on the balcony there was white paint chips all over the glass, our chairs and the floor. I found that even though this was a Xmas cruise there wasnt a lot of activies offered for the passengers that did not have a price tag attached. Sea days included in this. I felt sorry for the staff on the pool deck as not as much staff and they were constantly running to keep up with drink orders. Our attendant was great and even though he took up to twenty orders and once and your sometimes had to wait up to 45 minutes to get your drink (due to lack of staff) he never got your order wrong. RCCL put a notice in the daily that passengers would be able to check in on line the day before their flights. I thought great, however, when I called to ask where to go to do this they told me I would have to pay $10 for an hour of internet to do this. We unplug when we are on holidays so do not have electronics with us, but to pay for an hour of service when it would take not even five minutes to check in was ridiculous. Luckily we met a lot of people who volunteered to let us use their devices to check in. Also RCCL forgot to mention that when checking in to remember to do so on Florida time. We were in the middle of the caribbean who remembers what time zone you are in. When we went to check in of course we couldnt and went to guest services for help. Even the staff couldnt explain why we couldnt until one gentleman asked his supervisor and they finally figured out the time change part. RCCL has really gone down hill on customer service and their pride in their ships. We dont know if we will return. We have already booked a 20 days cruise in Nov but on princess. The first night I couldnt sleep as the bed was like sleeping on a sheep of plywood. Ask the room attendant for the egg crate foam (which they dont have anymore) but he put 4 foam pads on the bed to make it more comfortable. When I asked him about it he told me that the beds were changed when they did the refurbishment and he had had nothing but complaints ever since about the quality of the bed. Our room attendant was fabulous, keep us supplied with ice as I had hurt my back the first day and needed ice for it. Also hubby got sunstroke half way thru and of course ended up sick. Ray (our attendant) constantly asked about him and as hubby was freezing (side effect of sunstroke) got him extra blankets. We usually do the buffet as we never know when we are hungry, but the buffet food never changed. Every day they supposedly had a different them but the food was always the same. Chicken, beef, pork, noodles and veg. We ended up a lot of times eating at the Cafe in the Promenade as the food was much better. Never thought to go to the dining room as we also dont like to wait an hour or more to eat. In all the years we have been cruising with RCCL we have never been so disappointed. It seems as if all RCCL cares about is how much money they can make (in order to pay for those new big ships) and they dont care about their guests. Also the excursion we took in St Maarten was horrible. Was not as described. On a bus with about 30 others (as expected). There was suppose to be many photo stops (had two) the rest of the time we had to take pictures as we went around the round about. Took us to a warehouse district (scary) stopped at a beat up place to sample and buy rum. No explanation on how the rum was made just stand in line sample and buy. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
We chose this cruise as a family get together for the holidays. There were 10 of us in the party. My wife (7 cruises), myself (8), my son of 24 years(7), my daughter of 21 years (7), my wife's parents (3), my son's fiancee (2) ... Read More
We chose this cruise as a family get together for the holidays. There were 10 of us in the party. My wife (7 cruises), myself (8), my son of 24 years(7), my daughter of 21 years (7), my wife's parents (3), my son's fiancee (2) and 3 of my daughter's friends (first time cruisers). We all had cabins on the 7th floor on the forward starboard side. Embarkation and disembarkation went extremely smooth with no issues. The agents were able to deal with a couple of issues for the young first-time cruisers and got us through without incident. It took us longer to park the vehicles than it did to get on the ship. Our last cruise was on an Oasis Class ship. We enjoyed this ship much better. It still had the mall, but most of the ship still had access to the ocean which I enjoy. My wife felt as if this ship was her favorite class. It offered many activities, but still didn't feel crowded. Our cabin was all the way forward on the ship and was an Oceanview stateroom. We loved the view from our window, but if you are do not like motion I would not recommend as the last night we had rough seas and my darling wife almost didn't make it. We ate every night in the Main Dining room. We find the meals there to be good. We find no pleasure in pay that much more for the extra dining options. We ate lunch everyday in the Windjammer and breakfast was split between MDR and Windjammer. We found all the choice as good as on land. Dining is still one of the highlights of our cruise. There have been some changes. Instead of being served bread by the assistant waiter, the bread is there waiting on you at the table. This didn't make that big of a difference for me. I went to the casino and gave a fair donation. I was also able to see a young lady win $13,000 so at least someone really liked the casino. Drink service was spotty around the ship at times. I sat at on venue listening to the musician. I was thinking I would purchase a drink before dinner, but was never approached for the 45 minutes I was there. We went to the ice show and we saw the hypnotist and really enjoyed both. We also enjoyed trivia and some of the late night parties and karaoke. We had as much fun on this cruise as any other we had been on. I still find it to be a great value for vacationing and getting away. Royal Caribbean gives you so many options for whatever kind of fun you are looking for that I find it hard to believe that you couldn't enjoy yourself. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
WE chose this cruise because my husband had the week off, the port was close to home, and we had enjoyed all of our other Royal Caribbean Cruises. This cruise was the exception. Just as a side note. This was our 14th cruise, the 4th on ... Read More
WE chose this cruise because my husband had the week off, the port was close to home, and we had enjoyed all of our other Royal Caribbean Cruises. This cruise was the exception. Just as a side note. This was our 14th cruise, the 4th on Royal Caribbean. We have also cruised on Holland America, Princess, Norweigan and Celebrity. First, the stateroom. We were in cabin #9370, a balcony cabin. The bed was terrible. It was like sleeping on a table. We could not sleep more than 3 or 4 hours at a time without waking up in pain and having to move around. We asked our room steward for an egg crate to put over the mattress, but apparently the ship does not stock them anymore. The room steward was able to only get an extra quilt to put on top of the mattress,which helped not at all. The room itself was adequate, the steward did a nice job keeping it clean, no complaints there. The Windjammer Cafe. Disgusting. I have never been on a cruise before where the staff sees food on the floor and simply walks past it without cleaning it up. Whole pieces of bacon, lettuce leaves, pieces of fruit. Just laying there in front of or near the buffet line. The staff in the Cafe were indifferent. You were lucky to catch them to get you water, or lemonade. Mostly, you ended up getting it yourself. I never saw such a lackadaisical attitude on any ship or cruise line we have been on. We had to ask to have the tables cleared off and wiped off, and even if you could get a crew member to do that, you would still be left with pieces of food on the chairs and on the floor around you. It was really gross and unappetizing. The food itself. Horrible. Old food. Rotten fruit. Pieces of watermelon that would bend in half from being so either frozen or waterlogged. Blackened and burnt potatoes. Overcooked hamburgers and hot dogs. Breakfast sausages and bacon so overcooked as to be almost inedible. There was not a lot of variety. Much of the time, half of the Windjammer would be closed for cleaning, even on sea days when there was no where else to eat. The main dining room. The food was good. The wait staff was excellent. The one thing that was very disappointing was the fact that, although we had two formal nights, and most people made an effort to look nice, there were still many people that chose to come to the dining room, in one case, a man wearing a "beater" t shirt, people wearing shorts, baseball caps on backwards, and just a general attitude of disrespect for that tradition. It made us feel foolish to bother getting dressed up. The shows were pretty good. The hypnotist was great, as was the comedian. One observation was that the Adults Only rule was not followed. Kids were everywhere. In the 80's dance party, which was after 9:00 pm, the dance floor was filled with young children. In fact, they almost took over the venue. There was one little girl, maybe around 6 years old, that was so overtired she lay down in the middle of the dance floor and pulled her dress up to her waist. Her mother just stood by, talking, ignoring her . . . .Kids pushed their way into the adult games,. woman vs. men, and the Irish activities director just ignored it. The only "adult" in the room was during The Quest, when Mercedes, the cruise director, actually insisted that the parents remove their young children from the room. As far as the ports. We have been to Grand Cayman before, so we just walked around, did some shopping, and had a turtle burger. Costa Maya was the newest port, and it was very, very overpriced and overcrowded. Imagine Times Square on New Year's Eve. The port is still under construction, so there is pretty much only one path to walk on, a very small pool to sit in, and very overpriced shops. For example, there was a cute flamingo shirt I wanted to get for my husband. Asking the price, the man said $60.00. I started laughing. At that starting price, there is no negotiating. I could probably buy the same shirt at Bealls for $29. There was a very sad and small pool for the dolphin encounter. There was barely enough room for the dolphins to swim around. I felt so sorry for the animals and hoped they got to go to a larger space at the end of their "work day". The port could barely sustain one ship, yet there were 3 ships docked that day. It was almost impossible to even walk around, and we pretty quickly decided to go back to the ship. Cozumel was our favorite stop. We have been here several times. We did the beach break. In the past, that price included an all you can eat lunch buffet. No more. The ocean was so choppy it was unsafe to swim. The red flags were out. The water toys were all removed from the water. The pool was overcrowded with kids. We took a chance on the excursion, because the excursion sales person did mention that there was a lot of seaweed on the beach and the tides were high. We gambled and lost. It was too windy to stay at the beach, so after about an hour we ended up taking a taxi back to the cruise port, and spent some time shopping around. It seems that in the past, there used to be a lot more activities on the ship. Now, most of them seem geared to a "seminar" to get you to buy jewelry, beauty treatments, cigars, liquor . . .it feels like it has become a big, captive audience sales event. We laughed when we went on Holland America for the first time, because it skewed with such an older cruising crowd, but we had a two day cooking class that we really enjoyed, and to this day make a few of the recipes. Royal Caribbean used to be our favorite cruise line. I really feel that Royal Caribbean has become the Walmart of cruise lines, which makes Carnival, in my opinion, be downgraded to the Dollar Store of Cruise Lines. The room steward told us that we should have brought our own blow up mattress to put on top of the terrible bed. Yeh, like that is going to happen. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
Needed the nights to reach Diamond tier and this cruise gave us them. Eastern Caribbean which we love although three sea days were more than we like. We had breakfast and dinner in the MDR every day and enjoyed the good service and good ... Read More
Needed the nights to reach Diamond tier and this cruise gave us them. Eastern Caribbean which we love although three sea days were more than we like. We had breakfast and dinner in the MDR every day and enjoyed the good service and good food. All the staff went out of their way to make everyone's cruise a good one. This was our fourth time on the Adventure and that was the main reason we booked her. Our normal port to sail out of is San Juan due to fewer sea days and more ports that we love. We will be on the Freedom for a B2B in six weeks and will see what Diamond tier has. As with any ship in saltwater, there are small spots of rust here and there. At every port we heard tap, tap, tap as they were working to chip away rust and paint (a neverending chore.) The ship was well maintained although there were stains in places on the carpeting. Winter came too early in Michigan this year so it was good to have a week of warmth. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
This ship was very nice. Very friendly staff and with my son in a wheelchair was very accommodating! Our waiters, Sameer and Ikoman were superb! Would cruise again anytime on this ship! The cabin was spacious and my son was able to get ... Read More
This ship was very nice. Very friendly staff and with my son in a wheelchair was very accommodating! Our waiters, Sameer and Ikoman were superb! Would cruise again anytime on this ship! The cabin was spacious and my son was able to get around fine in his wheelchair. The cabin was right off from the elevator which made it easy for us to get where we wanted to go on the ship. There were no lifts into the pool or hot tubs which was a downfall but my son is a paraplegic and was able to transfer to the ledge of the hot tub and with some assistance get himself in. He never went in the pool but I believe he could have done the same as the hot tub. The ship was very in tune to germs - sinks to wash hands before dining in the main room and hand sanitizer everywhere. The excursions were great. Captain Marvins in Grand Cayman is excellent - lifted my son right into their boat in his wheelchair! We had an excellent cruise. Read Less
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Cabins 4.0 0.0
Dining 4.0 0.0
Entertainment 5.0 0.0
Public Rooms 5.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 5.0 0.0
Family 5.0 0.0
Shore Excursion 4.0 0.0
Enrichment 1.0 0.0
Service 4.0 0.0
Value For Money 4.0 0.0
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