2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
We chose the cruise for the itinerary. The ship itself is getting dated and is in dire need of an update. Not as clean as I would have liked - had to ask to have beds cleaned, found old bread underneath my bed. Cabin really worn out. Holes ... Read More
We chose the cruise for the itinerary. The ship itself is getting dated and is in dire need of an update. Not as clean as I would have liked - had to ask to have beds cleaned, found old bread underneath my bed. Cabin really worn out. Holes in curtains, lampshades. Two ports with tenders. Really long waits in Belize to get onto a tender, and the ride to Belize itself is long. Roatan was a blast. Dining good but disappointed in food choices. We did zero excursions with Carnival, did them all ourselves and happier with that choice. Bar service poor - often we would stand at the bar ignored. We were billed for others' purchases. You cannot call anyone to have this corrected - you have to go down to guest services. Fewer deals at the shops. Cruise director annoying - Justin Timberlake wannabe. Activities typical. Entertainment good. Enjoyed the shows. Comedy mediocre. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
We were a group of 8. 4 adults and 4 children ages 11 8 4 and 2. This was my 2nd time on Carnival and the first time for all others. I felt like this cruise was extremely crowded. There was no space to walk around the ship without ... Read More
We were a group of 8. 4 adults and 4 children ages 11 8 4 and 2. This was my 2nd time on Carnival and the first time for all others. I felt like this cruise was extremely crowded. There was no space to walk around the ship without worrying about losing a kid or getting separated from your group. Crowds every where. Deck chairs on sea days were never to be found and Chair hogs were out in full force. The food was very good but the choices were just not interesting. The wait staff worked very hard to make everything nice until Friday night when they never cleared away dirty dishes, handed us the next course even if we were still eating the previous one, and if there was no room on the table they just put the plate in our hands! We waited through half of the meal for a high chair which made dinner very hard with a 2 year old! Coffee was nonexistent that night. Room steward was very nice and did a very nice job. Cleaned the room 2 times per day without ever asking. 11 and 8 year old had fun at the kids club but 2 and 4 year old had anxiety of being left alone. We asked if one of us could just stay there with them for a while and we were asked to leave after 5 min. They said other parents would want to stay too. Lame excuse . Shore excursions were with the ship and all were good. I have been on Royal Caribbean and Princess before Carnival and s short comparison to royal Serenade of the Seas: GLORY 110,000 TONS SERENADE 90,090 GLORY 952 FT SERENADE 965 FT GLORY 2980 GUESTS 1150 CREW SERENADE 2490 GUESTS 891 CREW TOTALS GLORY 4130 PEOPLE SERENADE 3381 PEOPLE. Overall the ships are approximately the same size and Royal does a much better job of dispersing the crowds so it doesn't feel crowded! I did a new years eve cruise on serenade a few years ago and never felt like I did on this cruise! Way too many people on a smaller ship. I didn't feel like I would be safe if there were an emergency and we needed to get off quick. This will be my last CARNIVAL cruise. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
Overall I think the cruise was amazing. I had a problem with the motion. In talking to another guest, I was able to purchase some wristbands in the gift shop that helped a lot with the issue. What I found disappointing was when my ... Read More
Overall I think the cruise was amazing. I had a problem with the motion. In talking to another guest, I was able to purchase some wristbands in the gift shop that helped a lot with the issue. What I found disappointing was when my sister made the reservations there were 4 ports. After hurricane season Carnival took one of our ports, St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands away and gave us another day at sea. I think another port should have been added. If you book 4 ports, you should get 4 ports. My steward, Bagus did an awesome job. I looked forward to my folded animal towel everyday. I was amazed at all the nationalities on board that make it all happen. Most were pretty good with their English also. I thoroughly enjoyed the Dr. Seuss parade, storytime, and the green eggs and ham breakfast. The Filet Migon was delicious. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
We have cruised on Carnival ships for years. I am sad to say, we are very disappointed in our last cruising experience on the Glory. First, after checking in at airport, we were told our room keys would be available next to stateroom. We ... Read More
We have cruised on Carnival ships for years. I am sad to say, we are very disappointed in our last cruising experience on the Glory. First, after checking in at airport, we were told our room keys would be available next to stateroom. We get to room, and no key was there. I was told I had to go to customer service and at this point, the wait was over an hour just to speak with someone to get a room key. Next, at the muster drill, I was told our room keys were not working after they scanned them. I was told I had to go back to customer service to get this resolved. Again, another long and slow line. If anyone had cared, I would have moved on, but the lack of customer service and care was obvious. The cruise staff was not overly friendly on this cruise, even to the point of being rude. We did one excursion in Grand Turks. The sailing and snorkeling tour. The 30 minutes of snorkeling with too many people in a small area is not worth the money. Having sailed on over 5 cruises with Carnival in last few years- this is most likely our last. For the money we paid, the food and entertainment were just average. Very disappointed. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
It has been 3 years since my last cruise so we were excited to go back to the Carribean islands on Carnival. Overall, we had a good enough time and enjoyed ourselves but we could not help but notice the decline in quality and several ... Read More
It has been 3 years since my last cruise so we were excited to go back to the Carribean islands on Carnival. Overall, we had a good enough time and enjoyed ourselves but we could not help but notice the decline in quality and several "small things" that had changed for the worse since our last cruise. To start with the positive frame, here are the things that we loved about this particular cruise: - Length: this was the longest cruise we've been on and felt that 7-day was absolutely perfect for the right mixture of relaxation and activities. We didn't feel rushed to check out every single event that was happening on the ship. This may be also due to the fact that we've cruised several times before. - Itinerary: loved the 4 ports and the excursion activities we chose. We stopped at Grand Cayman island (we did stingray city & snorkel), Mahagony bay (we did a beach day), Belize (We swam with sharks & rays & did an island visit), and Cozumel (standup paddleboard & snorkel). We also loved that these 4 port days were flanked by sea days so that we could relax and lounge around. - Food: still good, plentiful and good quality in the buffet & in the dining room. The burger & BBQ stations were not that good though - super dry meats & not so good BBQ sauce. - Water: it's such a hassle to have to lug in bottled waters if you don't want to drink yucky tab water on board. This time, we ordered a few cases of bottled water through the fun shop - it was more ($4.50/12 bottles) than if we had bought from a grocery store & lugging it in but not outrageous either. Extra cost was worth the convenience of having them delievered to our cabin the first day. - Wine & soft beverages: you can still bring a 750ml bottle of wine per person & canned sodas. The staff was very nice to accomodate us brining a glass of wine or coke to the dinner. - Price matching policy for excursions: We found 2 non-carnival excursions that matched Carnivals and getting the price match was pretty simple and easy. We got enough money refunded back to our account that we had little balance left to cover the tips. - Embarkation & disembarkation: Super fast & easy! Just show up at your appointment time then there will be very little waiting in line business. The smoothest experience ever. - Service: The crew members (from cabin steward, to cleaners & wait staff) were all great. We did note how unhappy or exhausted many of them looked throughout our trip and did experience some shortcomings which I'll elaborate later, but for the most part, everyone did their job. Ok, now to the negatives & shortcomings: - Service: while the crew & staff all did their job, it was apparent to us that the ship seemed understaffed. In dining rooms (for sea day brunches & dinners), we often had to wait much longer than we ever did on our previous cruises (up to 30 min) to either order food or to receive. The 24-hr pizza place often had just 1 poor, exhausted guy working the ovens, pizzas & everything else which resulted in long lines & despite 5 or so different pizza varieties on the menu, the only pizzas you could get without even longer wait were the cheese & pepperoni. - Small but several cost-cutting things that were noticeable & overall reduced our enjoyment on board: 1) No chocolates with turndown service (come on!), 2) no turndown service on our last day (not sure if it was just our cabin or all over the ship), 3) at-cost seafood & sushi stations (I remember there being free sushi stations and afternoon tea on sea days in previous cruises, this one did not have them), 4) no afternoon tea on sea days, 5) no chocolate or midnight buffet on last sea day, 6) no bathrobes in the cabin unless you ask, 7) no ice via room steward (you have to call room service), 8) cabin steward asking you to fill out a form to see if we'd really want turndown service. There were small other things that I can't remember now.. but you get the idea... minor but noticeable & add up in the end. - Carnival excursions: we (for the first time) signed up for all excursions through Carnival and it was nice in that you get priority tender as a group & if somehow the excursion runs long, the ship will wait for you (this happened at Grand Cayman), so peace of mind was great. A huge negative, however, was how crowded & packed it was! Especially the Caymen & Belize excursions that requried boat rides, we were all packed in small boats like sardines; if I had any kind of claustrophobia, I would've had a panick attack. The beach excursions at Mahagony bay & Cozumel were very nice. - Ship: Glory seemed run down in general & our room did not seem very tidy or well kept. For example, the mirrors, door knobs & faucets were all kind of smudgy, so I had to wipe them down myself the first day. The carpet was kinda gross from day one and never improved. The sofa had a part that it was out of alignment. - Entertainment: We went to 3 or so shows and while the dancers and singers were decent for the most part, we did not enjoy the shows themselves... some were actually quite boring. There was an 80's rock band (bandsters or something) that was exceptionally good though, so we just sort of followed them around the ship. - Ventilation: OMG, the smoke on the casino floor was absolutely unbarable. So gross. Overall, we had a good enough & relaxing time but I think that we may be ready to checkout other cruise lines. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
This was my 3rd Carnival cruise, and it will unfortunately be my last. We did the same itinerary on the Glory in May of 2016 and had a great time, so we were excited to travel with Carnival again until we looked at our sail and sign bill. ... Read More
This was my 3rd Carnival cruise, and it will unfortunately be my last. We did the same itinerary on the Glory in May of 2016 and had a great time, so we were excited to travel with Carnival again until we looked at our sail and sign bill. I like to play the quarter pusher game when I'm in the casino (even though I know I'll never profit) so I was really disappointed when I figured out that Carnival's new machine is designed to rip-off players. The first day that I played, I kept swiping my card for $10, and I thought that the amount of quarters the machine dispensed didn't look like $10 worth but I kept playing anyway. The next day, I finally decided to count, and I realized that the machine was only dispensing $5 worth of quarters instead of $10. From that point on, I only swiped my card for $5 since I knew that's all the machine paid out. When I got home and reviewed my sail and sign statement, I noticed that not only did Carnival rip me off by cheating me on the amount of quarters, but they also charged me double ($20 each time I swiped my card for $10, $10 when I swiped my card for $5) which meant that I ended up paying $10-$20 for $5 worth of quarters. I emailed their customer service department about this, and no one has gotten back to me, and it's been over 2 weeks. I don't expect to win money in a game like that since they're designed for the "house" to win, but there's a difference in losing money and being scammed. Aside from the casino, we had a pretty great time. I booked a suite since we had 3 adults in our party, and the quick embarkation process was great. We usually stay in an ocean view room, and I actually feel like we had more room in our ocean view room than we did in the suite because a good bit of the suite is taken up by the separate dressing area and closet space. We still had plenty of room though, and the room is great for anyone who needs a lot of closet space. Everyone in our party enjoyed the food on board, so no complaints there. We ate at the steakhouse the first night and enjoyed the half off a bottle of wine promotion. The food in the main dining room is never quite what you expect, but it was still good, and the wait staff is always so friendly. Guy's Burgers and Fries is our favorite thing to grab on Lido, but some of the other food is good as well. This is the first time I've had the opportunity to go to the sea day brunch, and the menu actually had more choices than I expected. The room service menu is limited, but it's a good choice if you don't feel like making the trek up to Lido for a late night snack. The evening shows never disappoint, the cast is always fantastic. Our favorite show is the love and marriage show, but I've never seen a show that I didn't like. During the day, there's plenty of stuff to do on the ship even if it's a port day, and we really enjoyed the trivia competitions this time. Overall, the cruise was pretty good, but I'd prefer to travel with a cruise line that doesn't rip me off. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
The pros: - Best Cruise Food I've Ever Had - Good Choice of Activities (except for the last day/sea day which was mostly sales promotions for "activities") - Excellent Selection of Food: The $5 California has real crab ... Read More
The pros: - Best Cruise Food I've Ever Had - Good Choice of Activities (except for the last day/sea day which was mostly sales promotions for "activities") - Excellent Selection of Food: The $5 California has real crab meat, the Steak House is worth the $35 (except they might now get your food right) - Excellent Ports on the 4 day - Easy On Boarding - Superior Experienced Staff - Wonderful Movie Watching Experience on Lido (including blankets and occasional popcorn). Incredible movie selection with the exception of the last eve which were both animated kid's movies (adults sail too!) - Excellent library selection of free books to read/borrow while on cruise - Cruise Director maybe best in industry (and I'm a Platinum member with multiple cruise lines). Spreading his "love" can be a little annoying but his nonstop energy is infectious Cons - I don't think they drain the pool at night - they should for sanitary reasons - Not enough seats in the shade on the Serenity Deck (or perhaps any deck!) - Shows are worst in industry - bad themes - eyesore chorography - horrible clothes, etc. (we want Las Vegas style shows with gorgeous dresses and dancing please) - In room TV is bad deplorable awful - often doesn't work (bad satellite) with 1 movie channel that rarely plays any movies at all - and if they do play a movie it's the same thing over and over - A couple of the fun activities were ridiculously short (10 minute TCM class & 15 minute dance class) - There's not enough seating, bartenders, waiters, satellite reception for Sunday NFL game in sports bar - The spa staff will place an open tube of skin care product on your finger, and then the next passengers finger, and the next, and the next (after we've all been rubbing our faces) at the "Pamper Party" (GROSS & UNSANITARY!!!) - My time dining should be renamed "Take a Pager and Wait" - although it was regularly a brief and painless wait :) Just surprising it's called "My Time" LOL Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
This was an anniversary celebration for me and my hubby, booked it on the cheap due to cash constraints, but overall we were happy and satisfied with our vacation. Our ship left Miami port Dec 2nd and we visited Grand Cayman, Mahogany ... Read More
This was an anniversary celebration for me and my hubby, booked it on the cheap due to cash constraints, but overall we were happy and satisfied with our vacation. Our ship left Miami port Dec 2nd and we visited Grand Cayman, Mahogany Bay, Belize and Cozumel. We had sunshine everyday (except about 30 min of rain in Cozumel). The Glory is nicely kept and clean throughout. We had an inside cabin, it was decent, nothing special. Only issue with our cabin was a stinky toilet, but when we brought this to the attention of the customer service desk they went out of their way to make it right! We expressed our gratitude and they sent champagne and chocolate covered strawberries to our room! Superb staff!!! I must admit I was not impressed with the muster call. I've cruised before, and the muster calls were much more organized. This time it was crowded, not done in a safe manner. Everyone on the ship (over 3000 guests!) were called to Deck 3 where we had to wait behind a yellow line, but there were so many people that it was crowded, stuffy, noisy. In our section we couldn't even hear the announcer, everyone was looking around wondering what we were doing there. I understand the instructions are also posted on TV in your room, but who has the time or willpower to sit through that when there is so much to do on board? As far as entertainment there was always something going on at the Lido pool and it sounded like a lot of fun! To be honest, we preferred the quieter side and adult pool and sitting in the sun, so we did not attend events during the day. As far as evening entertainment, we enjoyed the comedy club and the evening movies with popcorn under a blanket. We tried attending the big show in the Atrium, but it was cheesy and we walked out about 1/2 way through. We did book an excursion with Carnival and it was awesome, maybe a bit too short though. In Belize we were picked up by a tender boat and taken about 40 minutes away to Rendevous Island where we snorkeled and sat in the sun for a bit to dry. The island is uninhabited and quaint, quite peaceful, white sand, clear water...just heavenly! Our time on this island was short, but it was one of the best experiences. Beats going into town in Belize where you get hounded by street vendors the second you try to exit the port doors! We booked our other excursions via Trip Advisor: 1) Grand Cayman - we had booked Sting Ray City but it was cancelled due to the high tides on the north-east side of the island. We received a credit for this. The company we booked with took us to 7-mile Beach for $5 each, we walked to a more secluded area and spent the day in clear blue water and white sand...it was paradise! 2) Mahogany Bay - we booked a zip lining + beach excursion. Zip lining was fun, but where they dropped us off at the beach was not so much. The second we stepped on the sand we were hounded by vendors who would not leave us alone. The port in Cozumel was nice, but as soon as you exit the port again you are hounded by taxi drivers and vendors. We went into the information kiosk across from the port and inquired about where we were and how long to get to the city centre. They said 4 miles, so we decided to walk the 4 miles there, take pics, shop around mainly souvenir shops (nothing special, in fact we bought nothing...but we should have bought VANILLA!!!) and then walked back. It felt so good to get some exercise! Just a tidbit of advise, to use their bathrooms you pay 50 cents US. Toilet paper and paper towel is rationed and the bathroom is not what you are used to! With regards to the food, Guy's burger joint and the Blue Iguana Cantina were our go-to for lunches! Although the fries at Guy's were inconsistent (sometimes bigger, sometimes smaller, sometimes spicy, sometimes not) we were happy with the taste. Even the BBQ upstairs was delish. As for evening dining, this too was a little off. Although my husband had steak every night, I experimented a bit. At the late Dinner the first night our waiter didn't even wait for my husband to finish his appetizer, didn't even ask if he could take his plate away, when my husband said he wasn't finished the waiter said "your entrée is ready". That was rude. We switched dining times and section after that night. Also, I had asked for my steak Med-Rare, received Med-Well and did not enjoy it. For remainder of our cruise the food at the Platinum restaurant was not the best. It was inconsistent, and many times arrived cold when it was supposed to be hot. Overall the food was "ok". We dined with friends and at times ordered the same dishes, but they looked very different...again, inconsistent. Our waiters were pleasant and had riddles for us to solve each night. Overall, we had a great time, just my hubby and I on what felt like our second honeymoon! So much fun in fact we just booked a cruise for next year! Can't wait!!! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2017
We chose this cruise because of the cost - hoping to get good value for the money. What we got was a "cheap" cruise in pretty much every sense of the word. First of all, the positives - embarkation was smooth and efficient. ... Read More
We chose this cruise because of the cost - hoping to get good value for the money. What we got was a "cheap" cruise in pretty much every sense of the word. First of all, the positives - embarkation was smooth and efficient. Our bags were at our stateroom by 1:30pm. One of the onboard bands was incredible. They played 50's - 80's rock, and were among the most talented musicians we've seen. The key lime pie and Guy's hamburgers were the best we've had at sea. The waterslides were enjoyable. We appreciated that there was no additional charge for the adults-only Serenity area. Some cruise lines charge extra for this. Now the negatives - Other than the band mentioned, entertainment was pathetic. The individual artists in various spots on the ship were amateurish. For us, the nightly shows in the main theater were un-watchable. They had the same (8, I think) people performing every night, and the costuming, musical selections and choreography were lewd and vulgar. We walked out during the "welcome aboard" show. A few days later we poked our heads in during another show and left within 2 minutes. The Hasbro show was crude, with the cruise director selecting participants with the most vulgar "moves," or those who ripped their shirts or other clothing off. This was supposed to be a "family" show. Similar comments apply to the lip sync contest, the "Clue - Whodunnit" show, etc. We couldn't walk by the piano bar without being offended and embarrassed. This is a crude, vulgar ship environment. Now, the food. For the most part, it was pretty mediocre, although the key lime pie and Guy's Burgers were the best we've had at sea. But it was the "closures" that surprised us. The main buffet closed at 3pm? What's that about? There were several periods of time (we're not talking "middle of the night") that the only food available were - ice cream and burnt, crusty pizza. A similar, irregular schedule applied to the pools and hot tubs. We were asked to leave a hot tub at 11pm one night, as it was closing. We asked where else we could go, and they said everything was closing. I could understand closing because of bad weather. This was a calm evening - they closed for a raucous deck party, even though the hot tube we were using were far from that party. They handled tender boarding in Belize quite poorly. We waited on the tender for over 30 minutes before they let us head off for Belize. We nearly missed our tour. We frequently had to remind our "first-time cruising" friends (with whom we traveled) that this was the first time we had cruised Carnival, so that they would realize we had recommended this cruise in ignorance. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2017
My BF and I planned this trip for a year so it was Awesome to finally be able to woo-sah after a busy year, was needed. Our hearts go out to all of the hurricane victims, but we were still very disappointed about our new itinerary. Instead ... Read More
My BF and I planned this trip for a year so it was Awesome to finally be able to woo-sah after a busy year, was needed. Our hearts go out to all of the hurricane victims, but we were still very disappointed about our new itinerary. Instead of Puerto Rico and St. Thomas, we ended up going to the following places: First, Embarkation and Debarkation was quick and easy. Half Moon Cay Bahamas--Overcast day but the beach was still fun to hang out for a few hours. Another one of CCL's "created" places to visit. Not much to do except bask on the beach or drink. The water as fantastic and clear. Nassau Bahamas-- I always love coming to Nassau. It has a certain charm to it. Visited the Straw Market and took a 3-hour city tour, that was informative and FUN! Grand Turk--I love GT because it has some of the most beautiful turquoise water I've ever seen. The island is only 7 miles long so there ain't much happening, except escaping on an excursion or partying it up at Margaritaville. It cost $21 for Nachos with no meat there so watch your wallet. Could turn out to be a costly party session. The entertainment/DJ was off the chain and kept everyone in a great mood. We also went on the ECO Kayaking excursion which was a 3-hour tour and we had the best time!! Wish we could have seen more sea life but Ronald from Oasis Divers was the tour guide and was Phenom!!! Not only was he a cutie, but he was extremely knowledgeable about marine life and creatures. Amber Cove Puerta Plata DR--Looks like CCL has carved out another niche location set in a gorgeous island cove. It literally looked like Heaven on earth, with the lush green foliage to the rolling hills and mountains. You can zip line, lounge by the pool or swim up to the pool bar while listening to live music and of course lots of shopping. The cabins were modern with very nice artwork and they were extremely clean. We had issues with hot water the first day and our shower flooding the bathroom. Guest Services handled our issues by providing us with dinner credits so we enjoyed plenty of lobster and steak. Our steward, affectionately known as "Super Duper" was Stellar and on top of his game. He never stopped smiling. We were on Deck 2 and sometimes it was very noisy because of the choppy waves the first few days. The overall beauty of the ship was enhanced by the lovely Christmas decorations throughout the main Atrium. The Cruise Director Chris Loveland or aka C. Love was Outstanding and was literally everywhere. The shows and other entertainment was stellar!!! We really enjoyed the Casino Bar, the White Hot Bar, the Alchemy Bar (Yacob was awesome). It was difficult to get to the Platinum dining room as there are no direct routes to it, however, the food was Fantastic and the service very good. Loved the Burrito and Taco Bar and Guy Fieri's Burger Bar. One of the best burgers I've had in a long time. Also loved the Deli, which was typically the only place open for food after a certain time. The need to re-look that because more variety of food, at least up to midnight would be helpful. The food on the lido deck was average and the Sushi Bar was Great too. It was nice to be able to sit under the stars watching movies. I did have an issue at the casino bar when there was a very loud, obnoxious woman who not only berated the bartenders but surrounding customers. Vice, one of the bartenders made a comment to her about treating people nicely and I hi-fived him. Well, she didn't like that and decided to get belligerent with me, calling me very derogatory names and wanting to fight. I let her know that I was not addressing her and to mind her own business which fueled her tirade. After a little while, another bartender named George admonished me and another guest and threatened to have us banned from the bar. I handled myself like a lady but if you sling derogatory words my way, I may slingback. He NEVER admonished the fire starter at all. We later found her face down and so inebriated, it took 2 people to walk her back to her cabin. Shame on you Bar keeps continuing to serve her. Not sure why George did not say anything to her and her foul mouther mama, but we are African American and she was Caucasian. The Atrium Bar was very nice and most of the bartenders were nice, except a very short black guy who was not nice at all and frowned most of the time. The had several shows in this area and it really brought the entire ship together. Again, all of the entertainment was Stellar!!! As always, there are a ton of kids on CCL and large groups tired to monopolize one of the big jacuzzi's and I actually got attitude and side eye when I tried getting in. Side eye from a 5-year-old...really??? Where the hell are your parents?? There were kids running around the Casino Bar area at 2 a.m. and sneaking into the adult clubs. CCL needs to instill stricter guidelines for parents to control their crumb snatchers!!! Overall, it was a very outstanding cruise and we are already booked for our next one on CCL Vista. Read Less
Carnival Glory Ratings
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Cabins 5.0 4.4
Dining 4.0 3.9
Entertainment 4.0 3.8
Public Rooms 4.0 4.2
Fitness Recreation 4.0 4.0
Family 4.0 4.0
Shore Excursion 4.0 3.9
Enrichment 1.0 3.5
Service 4.0 4.3
Value For Money 5.0 4.1
Rates 4.0 4.3

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