Just off the Victory on Saturday. This was our 19th cruise. We take a winter cruise with our two daughters and grandson and the one in the fall is just us two old retired people, We noticed more cut backs in service since our last cruise in October. No more robes, one room make up per day , ice only when requested each day and if you want herbal or flavored tea it was $2.00 a bag even during the afternoon tea.
This ship was rolling more than any other ship I've been on even when the water seem smooth. The food was good and was still the old menu. I like table clothes and bread offered by the waitstaff.
The ports were nice a poolside cabana in Grand Turk and another for Half Moon Cay. Visited the new Margarettivile in Nassau. We were the last ones on due to an accident at the airport but exiting was real easy and fast. Due to the snow storm we rented a car and drove to Orlando to catch a flight. Eight people four rooms ready to try it again