A great Radiance southbound cruise: Radiance of the Seas Cruise Review by mknopick
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A great Radiance southbound cruise
Staterooms--- We were in room 9586 with a large balcony. I know it's a personal preference, but I think having a balcony in Alaska is a big plus. It made for easy viewing of the Hubbard Glacier and the scenic route through the inside passage.
Dining --- We had my time dining and used it a few times. The Cascades dining room was very comfortable. The menu choices were adequate and the food was good. The buffet in the Windjammer was very extensive, satisfying most people's tastes. The selection was good and it was an enjoyable atmosphere. The Park Cafe was a convenient place to get sandwiches, salads, etc. We did not utilize the Dog House. I don't think it was used very much. We did not eat in any of the specialized More restaurants that required an extra fee.
Crew --- Captain Sidra (Norwegian) and crew ran a very good ship. All of the crew were very pleasant. The waiters called you by name and remembered it. Our stateroom attendant, Dewa, was excellent. He addressed used by name every time and met our every need.
Entertainment --- It was the usual cruise ship entertainment. Paul Rutter, the cruise director, seemed to be very attentive and upbeat.
Disembarkation --- The procedure went very smoothly. Since we were the only ship in port it went pretty quick.
Our experience on the Radiance of the Seas was excellent. We had excellent weather throughout the cruise at every port. I did not rain until we disembarked in Vancouver. Everyone on the ship and in the ports kept telling us that this week has been the best weather of the summer. Less
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