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Vision of the Seas Review

Big Disappointment

Review for the Southern Caribbean Cruise on Vision of the Seas
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2015
Cabin: Large Ocean View Stateroom

This was nothing more than a shopping cruise. The only way to get to the beaches was to book a tour. Every stop was in a shopping area. I could have stayed home and went to the mall. The food was not as good as food I have had on other cruises and it seems that if you wanted good food you had to pay extra..as much as $70 a person..to dine in one of the specialty restaurants. You could also order a whole lobster for an additional $29.95.

Too many extras you have to pay for. My cabin, number 3038, creaked loudly when sailing. The shows were fair, but nothing to write home about. We were supposed to be celebrating our anniversary but somehow that got overlooked. Most of the people on this cruise were in their 70s. There were a lot of canes, walkers, and wheel chairs. The hallways smelled like Pampers. The best I can say about this cruise is that the staff were great and the cabin had a lot of storage room.

Cabin Review

Large Ocean View Stateroom

Cabin H

This cabin creaked loudly when at sea, keeping us awake. Good storage room though.

Port Reviews

Key West

A bit of a walk into town but lots to see.


Not much to see here.


Good for shopping but not much to do unless you take a tour.


Fun and good time on the open air bus. Beautiful beach.

Grand Cayman (Georgetown)

Another shopping port. Would have liked to just go to the beach. The water is crystal clear.

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