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First RCI cruise after taking four Disney cruises. Boy were we disappointed w/RCI. Although the GS cabin was quite beautiful, included robes, slippers, a double-veranda and roomy accommodations, we were disappointed with the cleanliness of the ship. For example, I recall food on the floor outside of the Windjammer that was there for 5 days. The food was just so-so. At breakfast the eggs were barely warm but there was an extensive selection. For lunch, dining by the pool was not an option. If you wanted pizza, and were pool side, you needed to shower, get dressed and venture to the Promenade. Other fare would require another trip to the Windjammer or Johnny Rockets. Charging for ice cream and sodas were equally disappointing. Didn't we pay enough for the cruise? Although on the cruise, it was stated that 400 children were onboard, we didn't see that many. At Adventure Ocean, we would see only a handful so that they did not follow the schedule of activities that was printed and left in the cabin each night. Sadly, our son, 8 y.o. spent his time there playing PlayStation2. Generally our fellow cruisers and staff were friendlier and happier on Disney. We'll return to that line next year.

Adventure of the Seas - Southern Caribbean

Adventure of the Seas Cruise Review by sailing sandy

Trip Details
  • Sail Date: October 2005
  • Destination: Southern Caribbean
  • Cabin Type: Grand Suite - 1 Bedroom
First RCI cruise after taking four Disney cruises. Boy were we disappointed w/RCI. Although the GS cabin was quite beautiful, included robes, slippers, a double-veranda and roomy accommodations, we were disappointed with the cleanliness of the ship. For example, I recall food on the floor outside of the Windjammer that was there for 5 days.
The food was just so-so. At breakfast the eggs were barely warm but there was an extensive selection. For lunch, dining by the pool was not an option. If you wanted pizza, and were pool side, you needed to shower, get dressed and venture to the Promenade. Other fare would require another trip to the Windjammer or Johnny Rockets. Charging for ice cream and sodas were equally disappointing. Didn't we pay enough for the cruise?
Although on the cruise, it was stated that 400 children were onboard, we didn't see that many. At Adventure Ocean, we would see only a handful so that they did not follow the schedule of activities that was printed and left in the cabin each night. Sadly, our son, 8 y.o. spent his time there playing PlayStation2.
Generally our fellow cruisers and staff were friendlier and happier on Disney. We'll return to that line next year.
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