3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
Our first cruise ever was on the MS Zuiderdam from Jan 7, 2018 to Jan 17, 2018. It was an initiation for sure! The weather was not the greatest to start with and progressively worsened throughout the cruise. After our second last stop in ... Read More
Our first cruise ever was on the MS Zuiderdam from Jan 7, 2018 to Jan 17, 2018. It was an initiation for sure! The weather was not the greatest to start with and progressively worsened throughout the cruise. After our second last stop in Colon, Panama the weather really turned nasty and the ship truly started to rock. The weather was so bad, that the captain decided that it was unsafe to dock at our last port of call Puerto Limon, Costa Rica. So we proceeded back to Ft. Lauderdale and spent the last part of our cruise on rough seas for 3 days. It was not much fun! To be fair, the weather was not Holland America’s fault and we and they attempted to make the best of an unfortunate situation. For the most part, we did enjoy our cruise especially the stops at Half Moon Cay, Aruba and Curacao. However, the cruise through the Panama Canal was boring and if you did not partake of one of the many day excursions offered through EXC Tours then you were not allowed to disembark from the ship at Gatun Lake (there was absolutely nothing there). Some of these tours were expensive and exceeded on average 5.5 hours in time. Passengers who took the tours were picked up at Colon when the ship docked but were warned that the ship could be late because their return time through the canal was controlled by the Panama Canal Authority. They were told to stay within the terminal facilities until the ship’s return for the safety reasons as elaborated below. When the ship did return to Colon, we were allowed to disembark but were warned to stay inside the terminal premises as it was considered unsafe to venture past the terminal facilities. The shopping within the terminal facilities was somewhat limited and there was not much else to do but return to the ship and await departure. Personally, I would find another more inviting and safer port of call. Overall, staff and crew on the MS Zuiderdam were very organized, efficient, friendly and courteous. The embarkation and disembarkation were systematic and well controlled. Our room stewards Nugi and Chris were amazing and were always present should you require some assistance. Their positive vibes were constantly evident even when the last part of our cruise was not the best. I truly wanted to thank them in this review. Servers that also came to our attention were Joel and John Patrick who provided excellent and attentive service - again, making this a somewhat more relaxing cruise. Overall though, I am not sure that I would recommend this cruise for everyone. If the weather was inclement as it was for us, then the alternatives were small to nil with the exception of returning to Ft. Lauderdale. Would we go on a cruise again? – most certainly!! Sometimes you just have to rock and roll with the flow. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
10 day Panama Canal cruise Good: - Housekeeping services. Cordial and kept the room clean and neat. Every time we came back to the room, the bed was made. Every evening they left a nice towel animal. - Ice cream. The ice cream ... Read More
10 day Panama Canal cruise Good: - Housekeeping services. Cordial and kept the room clean and neat. Every time we came back to the room, the bed was made. Every evening they left a nice towel animal. - Ice cream. The ice cream staff is very friendly, and they offer a good selection of ice creams and toppings. - French Fries. They are crispy and freshly cooked. Sadly, this was the highlight of the food onboard. - Buffet is not self-service, which is quite good to prevent food contamination. Average: - Photography. We booked a session for the black-and-white photos. (+)Photos are really good, although very (-)expensive. Photographers throughout the cruise, in the evenings, are hard to find. A large group was waiting to take a group photo in the main stairs, and the photographer was no where to be found. They asked me to take their picture in an iphone. We did take a picture a few days earlier at the stairs and had a good experience. - Pool/Jacuzzi. (+)Pool was not packed, quite enjoyable. (-)Jacuzzis were NEVER HOT. I asked one of the guys handling the towels how to increase the temperature, and he looked at me perplexed. Did not answer or acknowledge my question. After a few minutes he came back saying he informed someone else, and that it was going to be turned on in a few minutes... nothing happened. - Stateroom. (-)Smaller in comparison to Royal Caribbean, but the bathroom is more spacious (+) and has a small bathtub! - Entertainment. Magician show was good (+), but comedy shows did not cater to different age groups(-). Music scene was somewhat repetitive and had very few songs beyond 2000's. Bad: - When cruising on the Canal, a few fellow cruisers used their iPads to take pictures of the canal. Let me explain: they placed SEVERAL iPads in front of the glass, blocking everyone behind them to see. One woman placed FOUR iPads (she was in a group with family members, why they couldn't share the video from one ipad?). As in, they just left the iPads standing there for HOURS. Other people were hogging the space in front of the glass, did not let other cruisers to get close to the glass. Pretty sure people's vacations got ruined because of this. The cruise line should have placed a moderator to prevent such behavior. The crew are very hands-off when it comes to moderating passenger behavior. Worst (Really Bad) - Food. Selection is similar every day. Not a great fresh selection of entrees. Main dinning room often offers the SAME items available at the Lido restaurant. Appetizers and soups are disappointing. Most soups are just water with a bit of flavor. Most breads are hard to bite. Most food is bland, not appealing to different demographics (except the Asian station, which is bland too). - Dining service: Dive-In (hotdog and burger) service is terrible. I was ignored when it was my turn in the line, then harshly handed out a pager. After a few minutes waiting I was told to move and wait somewhere else. I did not move. The line kept increasing (they were very slow to take the orders) and the staff kept with a slow peace, and one of the cooks took a phone call! In all, it took 30 minutes just to get a burger and fries.(**) We got a Soda card, and EVERY TIME we wanted to use it, the waiter would come back with the sodas when we were about to finish our food. This happened in both the Lido and Main Dinning room. Food service in the Main Dining room was too slow (waiters looked overworked and tired). On the first day, it took 1 hour to get the entree, we left after 1.5 hours without dessert (we got tired of waiting). - Room service (Dining). What room service? We had to call, several times, guest services because room service did not answer our call and placed us on hold. The second night we thought they were busy, so we waited 20 minutes on the line before hanging up. The issue kept repeating so we resorted to call guest services instead. ** Due to the poor service in many areas, we chose to reduce the "Hotel-Service" charge. It is $15 per day per person. Instead we left cash for the housekeeping guys. My conclusion: Cruise + airfare + activities total was around $5,500. After traveling on Carnival and Royal several times, we wanted a more "refined" experience. Not worth paying double than what we had paid in the past for a similar stateroom. To top it off (not Holland America's fault): The weather was bad. Ship rocked most nights, even when the weather was Ok. We skipped the Costa Rica stop due to weather. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
We chose this Panama Canal cruise because it traversed the "Old Gatun Locks" and were able to get an aft balcony cabin. Here is our honest review: REVIEW 10 Day Sunfarer Cruise Zuiderdam, Holland America Line ... Read More
We chose this Panama Canal cruise because it traversed the "Old Gatun Locks" and were able to get an aft balcony cabin. Here is our honest review: REVIEW 10 Day Sunfarer Cruise Zuiderdam, Holland America Line January 7 to 17, 2018 EMBARKATION: Well organized. After waiting in line, there are plenty of seats to await being called to embark. Total process about 1 ½ hours. SMOKERS BEWARE: There is no smoking area in the embarkation terminal, and smoking is not allowed on the ship until it sails. So many people will have to wait 5-6 hours. SHIP: The Zuiderdam was refurbished. Our cabin (8141- aft) was spacious, immaculately clean. King bed, large flat screen tv on wall at base of bed, a loveseat, table which could be lowered and raised, a vanity, full bathroom with tub and shower. Balcony was deep, with aft view. Two chairs with ottomans and two small side tables. Complimentary robes. Three closets. No smoking allowed on balconies. E cigarettes allowed in the cabin, but not on the balcony. At the time of booking, Zuiderdam had a smoking policy which allowed smoking in the casino. They changed this policy sometime between dry dock and our embarkation. There are mixed opinions as to when this policy changed. Our cabin tv information stated smoking was allowed in the casino, and all literature stated the same. The approximately 400 smokers were relegated to a small area on Aft deck 9 outside for the only smoking area on the ship. During peak hours there weren’t enough tables and chairs to accommodate everyone. We were not allowed to smoke at the bar adjacent to the table area. Our weather was rainy with rough seas for this trip, certainly not HAL’s fault, but this change was ridiculously cruel, thoughtless and demeaning. We felt like we were no better than steerage. I especially note the formal nights where we went outside and came back with windblown wet hair, wet feet and shoes, etc. Needless to say, everyone was extremely upset. People complained continually with no resolution. When I lodged my formal complaint, the manager of customer services did not even know the policy, nor did a ship officer! The manager told me there would be dedicated casino nights but when I asked for clarification, she came back to me and told me there were none and she was wrong! They hadn’t even bothered to change the information on the TV!!! Gambling is my favorite past time on the ship. I usually gamble 8-10 hours per day while at sea. Many of the other smoking passengers were gamblers as well. The casino is located on forward deck 2. To have a smoke, we needed to go to Aft deck 9 outside. As a result, most of us gambled for an hour or less and left to smoke. But we were all so disgusted, we didn’t return back. It was so inconvenient and really ruined the vacation. The casino most times only had one blackjack table manned and sometimes two because there were so few gamblers. Guarantee HAL lost a LOT of money for this change in policy. But obviously, they don’t care. The dueling piano entertainment was adjacent to the casino. At one point while at the blackjack table, I was covering my ears because the off key female singer, screeching out her tune was so bad! The dining room was beautifully refurbished. We had the late seating, deck 3. Let me first say WE ARE NOT FUSSY EATERS, but we do like good food. The food was marginal. Hit or miss. They offered prime rib three times and filet mignon twice, including surf and turf. This was generous. But the quality of the meat was poor, our medium rare filet mignon was so tough, we had difficulty cutting it with the steak knives! We sent it back and the next filets were a bit better, but NOT tender. On night two, I was queasy and asked if I could have chicken noodle soup. This was an issue. I was told they didn’t have any but the waiter said he would see what he could do. He did bring some bouillon to me saying this was all they had…I came to realize it could be ordered anytime on the room service menu though. If room service has it then why can’t the dining room find it? The ship ran out of lemons on day two, and limes by day 4. We were told more would be available when we docked in Aruba. But there was an embargo taking place with Venezuela, so that didn’t work out. Tortilla soup…..their version…beef bouillon with some cilantro leaves, a piece of chicken and two match stick sized tortilla strips….you have to be joking!! The brisket was so tough it was inedible and obviously they did not know how to slow cook it. On day three, I ordered the roast chicken. The waiter apologized for the delay (it took an hour for this entrée to arrive), and when it did, it could not be identified. To describe it…it was small oval shaped, relatively flat, with a pinky sized appendage rising up from the middle of the meat. We joked that it might be pigeon, or maybe seagull. The waiter asked me to turn it over and he didn’t know what it was either. The next night we were told it was the first part of the leg from the shoulder and I guess the back of the chicken. Not good. Potato choices were good on day one and the last night. Never saw a baked potato. We were told some food pallets did not make it onto the ship in Ft Lauderdale….guess that included potatoes and vegetables. Vegetables were offered in the lido consisting of mostly squash and carrots. I never saw green beans, corn, peas, broccoli, cauliflower offered individually. The aft pool was drained around day 4 for a leak, so it was not available. There was a smoke fire on day 5 knocking out tv throughout the ship and forward and rear cameras. So we were “ in the dark” about weather and news and tv shows for the balance of the trip. Wouldn’t be so bad, except Costa Rica was eliminated due to weather and rather than taking us to another island as previous cruises have done, this captain elected to slow the ship down and stay at sea for an extra day. So those of us who wanted to experience the Panama Canal both ways were on the ship from day 4 to day 10. With no TV, no considerations from the Captain, minimal entertainment, nothing to do except smoke and gamble, this was not fun. The spa was great! Best massage ever! I highly recommend if you decide to chance this ship and cruise line. After having cruised four other cruise lines, I can emphatically say I will not cruise Holland America again. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
We choose this cruise for its itinerary and went as a large group of friends and couples. Everyone observed the ship's poor condition; filthy deck chairs, worn-out brown carpeting, rusting rails, stains on every cushion, it was just plain ... Read More
We choose this cruise for its itinerary and went as a large group of friends and couples. Everyone observed the ship's poor condition; filthy deck chairs, worn-out brown carpeting, rusting rails, stains on every cushion, it was just plain disgusting down to the hairs we found in our dining napkins. The Zuiderdam should be scrapped as there seems little that is salvageable. Even the pool deck has a big old dirty sculpture of a bear hanging over the pool! What's the point? Vacations are meant to be spent in pleasant surroundings, unfortunately, the sights and odours of the ship were anything but that. The Lido restaurant had dried food stuck to the chairs for days. It had leaks from the ceiling. Not very appetizing. Embarkation took almost an hour and getting off the ship was a two hour ordeal. On the positive side we enjoyed every moment off the ship, particularly Cartagena, Columbia. Why was this port only given a short morning stop? Again, little consideration for the paying customer. The crew, particularly in the dining room, tried their hardest and we appreciated their efforts. But the Zuiderdam, never again! Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
After recently sailing on both the Westerdam and the Noordam, the Zuiderdam was a bit of a disappointment. The ship had only recently come out of dry dock, but clearly there is a LOT more updating to accomplish. While the Gallery Bar, Lido ... Read More
After recently sailing on both the Westerdam and the Noordam, the Zuiderdam was a bit of a disappointment. The ship had only recently come out of dry dock, but clearly there is a LOT more updating to accomplish. While the Gallery Bar, Lido and Crow’s Nest were spiffy and polished, the ship was dated and shabby in many places, particularly our cabin (4174), as well as both the Ocean and Pinnacle Bar, and most public bathrooms on the ship. Also, the Zuiderdam was just not as well run as the Westerdam or the Noordam. That being said, we had a wonderful cruise director (Saul Orr) and a great time on all the shore excursions we took in Aruba, Curacao, Cartagena and Panama. The Panama Canal was worth seeing, and the doomed rail car to the Miraflores Locks was well worth the cost and time involved. The food was uniformly good and the service by both our cabin stewards and wait staff was excellent, which is what we expect of Holland America. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
We like cruising and had the opportunity this year to cruise over Christmas - looking for R&R, we chose the Panama Canal cruise which had a number of sea days. Staff were always pleasant but it was 50/50 as to whether a request ... Read More
We like cruising and had the opportunity this year to cruise over Christmas - looking for R&R, we chose the Panama Canal cruise which had a number of sea days. Staff were always pleasant but it was 50/50 as to whether a request would yield a positive result - perhaps a language problem but it felt more like a management decision to not give staff any discretion in dealing with guests. The biggest issue was the very lack lustre food - dining room- not worth the time needed to have a very mediocore meal. The Lido - not many healthy fresh options - lots of low quality cuts of meat, lots of carbs, lots of overcooked vegetables. Canaletto was the best combination of service and food. BB King Blues club best entertainment option for us not much else of interest. We went to a couple of shows in the theatre and had the pleasure of being dripped on from the ceiling above one of the nights. If price is your main determinant - this is probably an OK cruise choice - I'd rather pay more and have a more interesting and enjoyable time. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
We were slightly disappointed on this cruise for a few reasons. We have sailed on her twice prior and even just coming out of a refurb she looks worn The on board activities seemed mostly geared to the spa and computer classes and not ... Read More
We were slightly disappointed on this cruise for a few reasons. We have sailed on her twice prior and even just coming out of a refurb she looks worn The on board activities seemed mostly geared to the spa and computer classes and not much else to do. Gone are the cooking classes being replaced with Americas Test Kitchen They did a nice job with Christmas decor around the ship and it seemed very festive It just seemed that there was a lack of detail attention that we had seen prior The entertainment was awful with the exception of the comedian. The two piano players which provided most of the entertainment were more worthy of a karaoke bar. The shows were loud and frankly boring. The magician was entertaining until he tried to sell his magic tricks kit which were not only expensive but we felt this was tacky We did the Rudys Sel DeMur specialty dinner and it was very disappointing we actually liked the dining room food better. Canelettos was very good and served us the best lamb chops we ever had. Passengers were mostly a 50 plus age group Mostly the entire ship is non smoking with only one small area on Deck 9 for smokers and it was always full The casino and all other areas on the ship are non smoking Photos are pricier than ever at $39.95 The casino is smaller than most with only a handful of machines that are not pennies and the machines are very tight and bar service is pretty much absent in the casino The waitstaff in the dining room were outstanding and the food was always tasty and plentiful Read Less
22 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
My husband had vacation days left, and a cruise required less planning than other options. The itinerary included Panama (on our bucket list), Cartagena and other ports we had never been to, so we booked this only 6 weeks prior to ... Read More
My husband had vacation days left, and a cruise required less planning than other options. The itinerary included Panama (on our bucket list), Cartagena and other ports we had never been to, so we booked this only 6 weeks prior to sailing. We flew into Fort Lauderdale the day before, used UBER ($8) to get to the Embassy Suites, which was an older hotel, but clean, and we enjoyed the free cocktail hour with snacks from 5-7 pm, and the free breakfast. Rather than use the hotel port transportation we took UBER ($4) to the port. This was our first time on Holland and we were very pleased. The ship itself is on the smaller size but I think this helped with embarkation and debarkation, and generally with a less crowded feel overall. Just a short line on embarkation and rooms were already prepared and available when we boarded. We only bring carry on luggage so were able to put our bags in the room immediately. Passengers are typically older - mid 40's to 70's and up. We are mid 50's. There were a few electric carts, canes and walkers, but not an overwhelming amount. I only saw 5 children on the cruise. We had late dining (8pm) at a table for 6. We had lots of fun with our table mates and with our waiter, Dewa, who took great care of us all cruise long. We had never done late dining before but it worked out well on this itinerary as some of the port calls go into the evening. Food was very good in the dining room. The soups were especially delicious. Surf and Turf with Lobster was tasty. On the way out of the dining room we could stop to be served butter mints! Yum. We often had breakfast in the main dining room as it was nice to be served instead of the using the buffet on LIDO deck. Food in the Buffet was very good as well. They serve you most of the items. Never ate dinner there, but lunch included asian options, pizza, various pasta (you choose pasta and sauce and add ons) , burgers, pre-made sandwiches, deli where you choose, regular hot main meals, and an awesome salad bar. Salad bar had big bowls where you choose from the lettuce you want and a plethora of nummy items and dressings. You could make a different kind of salad every day! There were always seats available in the Lido buffet, but you often had to share a table of 4 or 6 with other people. Free beverages included water, ice tea, and lemonade. Juice was free during breakfast. Ice cream was scooped, not soft serve, and available in cones or dishes. If you looked carefully, you could find a little brown bag filled with potato chips! There were several mini classes, about 40 minutes each, on Windows 10 topics which I found to be very informative and learned new things. The Test Kitchen had delicious recipes and great demonstrations-I wish I had time to attend more of those. The evening main shows were not quite what I was expecting. I thought there would be more singing/dancing type shows, but there was only one of those. The other were a couple of excellent themed dance shows, a ventriloquist, a magician, a comedian, a nature move with live musicians on stage, etc. While I did not care for the music in the BBKing Club, they had an very, very talented Quintet of violins, cello and piano that were super talented. They played a variety of programs. Also in Billboard Onboard there are 2 grand pianos with the 2 players doing several shows a day. They were awesome and seemed to have at least one all request show each evening. Emily on piano was just outstanding and a great singer as well. She knew almost ever song people asked for. My husband loves his trivia and there were contest 3-4 times a day. I took a different route and purchased the all cruise pass to the spa, $149 on embarkation day. Only 40 passes are sold, so the facilities were never crowed. That got me use of the bubbling hydro pool-really great for sore muscles. It is a quiet separate room with some chairs and chaise loungers. It also included the thermal suite with steam room, dry sauna, wet sauna and fabulous heated ceramic loungers looking out over the ocean. Open 8 am - 10 pm. Loved every minute of it! You get a sticker for your card, and then just walk up to the desk anytime to get a locker which has a lovely spa robe inside and of course a locked space for your belongings. I often read while relaxing on the loungers. Ports/Excurisions: Half Moon Cay-Very nice beach. which you take a tender to get to. Lots of beach chairs. I suggest you walk further down toward the pirate ship. You can even find some chairs with shade in this area. Water was nice for swimming. BBQ lunch by Holland was also nice. Did not choose an excursion. No need to. This was a wonderful relaxing beach day. Aruba - The town is ok, but nothing special. Would recommend you do an excursion. We did a sunset cruise from 5:30 to 7:30 and got back in time for 8 pm dinner on the boat. Nice trip, calm seas, bar open all trip long (no beer) rum and cokes, and other hard liquor, and some wine, and a champagne toast for everyone near the end of the trip. Delicious hot appetizers and local cheese served as snacks. A bit crowded when getting on, but then they opened up the front of the catamaran and that was better. Note: you must climb down a short ladder to use the toilet. Nice tour. Recommended. Curacao - Did not do an excursion, but this is a lovely port to walk around. Path from ship is brick walkway, then enters a lovely outdoor shopping mall type area (shops, bars, cheese, ice cream, free WIFI etc) then continue through and walk out to the water and across the amazing floating bridge. We went back at night across the bridge and sat in an open air bar, Vienna Biergarten, and had a drink while watching the bridge lit up at night and opening and closing as boats came by. This was our favorite port. Cartagena - We took the Cartagena by Land and Sea excursion and both liked it. Being on the boat was nice, and cooler, and broke up the tour nicely. Our guide Fernando was excellent and gave a great understanding of Cartegena. Tour also goes to the fort. It is a bit of an uphill climb, but they wait for people. It also goes into the old town. They have nice clean restrooms to use at an air-conditioned Emerald store, which also has Free WIFI. Next door you get a ticket for a free bottle of water, or soda for $1 or beer for $2. There is also around 40 minutes of time on your own. We went to the free Gold Museum. Small but interesting. Beware: the street vendors are very present everywhere. We found it best just to walk past without saying anything and they left us alone. People that said "no thank you" were then engaged in further requests to buy their items. If you like t-shirts, you can get them for 4 for $20. Nice tour. Recommended. Panama Canal - We did the Canal Experience. This was a good tour if you want to experience the canal all the way to the pacific. It is a long day. Be prepared. Maybe bring a book or puzzle in case of delays. Tenders leave from the ship using the ships lifeboats. Then a bus ride for quite a while - maybe 45 minutes or more-with a local guide giving history. Then board a ferry to go through the rest of the canal and the locks out to the Pacific Ocean. Water and generic soda are free on the ferry along with a full lunch of pasta, chicken kabobs, veggies, fruit, etc. Beer is $3. Nice little souvenirs for sale on the ferry. You may see boats in the new locks. The ferry has to wait to transit the locks with another ship so that is why the timetable is widely variable. Ferry has inside and outside, covered, and not covered seating. You can see Panama City from the ferry and they point out a few buildings. Then you take a bus back from there to meet the ship in Colon. Our bus drivers were weaving in and out of some slow traffic on the way home, but seemed to be quite skilled at their jobs, and the ride was always very smooth despite the weaving. Bus are nice, full-sized, air-conditioned tour buses. I think our day was 8 hours from start to finish. Got back to the boat at about 7:30 pm - again, in time for our 8 pm dinner on the boat. Long day, but recommended. Colon - There is no where to safely go in Colon. You can get off the ship and visit the souvenir shops in the terminal building but DO NOT venture out. We saw what it was like on our way back in from our Panama Canal excursion. Costa Rico- the sea swells were too high for us to enter the port, so our captain rerouted us to Grand Cayman the day after to make up for it. Grand Cayman- Nice town. Lots of nice shops. We walked around a bit, then had a drink and used the free password-protected WIFI at Guy Harvey's. Dont miss the Q & A with the Captain! He explaines a lot about the ship in a humorous way, and then takes questions from the audience. And, don't forget to visit the Crow's Nest on Deck 10 forward. It has comfy chairs overlooking the ocean, game tables, bar, library, etc. Decor is nothing special, but nicely done. We did one of the special black and white photography sessions and picked 4 pictures we liked before they told us the smallest size was 8x10 and each picture was $195. Yikes! And yes, that is $200 per picture. Crazy! Obviously, we didn't buy them. We didn't use the casino or fitness center. Overall we really liked Holland and the Zuiderdam. The staff were very pleasant and always greeting you, the atmosphere is relaxing, the musicians outstanding, we were surprised by the enrichment opportunities and loved the ports of call. The food was very good, the entertainment was high quality, the spa was fabulous, and trivia was a blast. We enjoyed not having the loud, high energy, crazy pool contests or lots of loud, drunk passengers weaving through the hallways. The cruise director made limited announcements over the speakers, but the Captain took time to give us daily updates. We were pleasantly surprised by our first Holland experience and would definitely sail with them again. Read Less
Zuiderdam Ratings
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Cabins 4.0 4.2
Dining 4.0 4.1
Entertainment 4.0 3.7
Public Rooms 3.0 4.1
Fitness Recreation 3.0 3.8
Family 2.0 3.8
Shore Excursion 5.0 3.9
Enrichment 3.0 3.6
Service 3.0 4.4
Value For Money 4.0 3.9
Rates 4.0 4.1

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