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Serenade of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Serenade of the Seas to Canada & New England
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Sail Date: Oct 2015
Cabin: Junior Suite

Serenade of the Seas #1100

Last Drydock 2012

This review is for two cruises:

Cabin Review

Junior Suite

Cabin JS

Nice wide room, and huge balcony that wrapped around the side of the ship. Drawers were deep enough to hold our packing envelopes and cubes. Wonderful walk in closet. One of the drawers kept sliding in and out during rough seas. Our cabin steward rigged it by jamming a towel inside.

Nice assortment of toiletries.

Port Reviews



Lunch was about a block from the Maritime Museum. Not bad unless you have mobility issues, which I did.


Peggy's Cove is beautiful and must see.

Portland (Maine)

Very interesting drive! Got to see the Bush Mansions! Lunch was on us!

Get the excursion w/ the cruise. Definitely a plus!



Incorrect activity in description. It's more like 1 1/2 miles than 1/4 mile listed.


Nice overview of city.

Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)

Great lobster lunch! Dessert wasn't very good.

Sydney (Nova Scotia)

Great music! Oatcakes similar to our Texas Parade Oatmeal Cookies.

Quebec City

Country Side Tour - Lots to see, and loved the visit to the sugar shack where we purchased maple turndown chocolates for our cruise as well as maple syrup for breakfast on the ship.

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