Brilliance of the Seas Cruise Review by 6455mill
- Sail Date: April 2016
- Destination: Transatlantic
We felt like RC put gave their best to a repositioning cruise. Entertainment and food was not sub par for this cruise, in fact it felt like it was increased for this cruise.
Embarkation was the smoothest in our 6 cruises. We took UBER from the hotel to the port. Seamless and saved money. People in the lobby were wondering how to get to port. UBER is the answer.
For a smaller ship we did not feel like just a number. But part of the cruise.
It rained in all the ports we went to. Puerto Rico, Malaga, Gibraltar and Barcelona. But it was fine in that 14 days on the ship was the adventure. Malaga seemed underrated, we really enjoyed the port.
10 sea days was great! Did not get bored but filled the days with rest, eating, rest, eating and rest. You get the idea!!!!
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