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Vision of the Seas Review

3.5 / 5.0
1,219 reviews

Do not go on Royal Caribbean if you can avoid it.

Review for Transatlantic Cruise on Vision of the Seas
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10+ Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Apr 2016
Cabin: Large Interior Stateroom
Traveled with disabled person

worst service everywhere on the ship we have ever experienced. we have been on 9 rccl cruises. great captain merrick. but the food was terrible, entertainment was not acceptable,with exception to the vegas singer and the ventriloquist, and adult comic. but that was for 14 days. cabin storage was good. cabin noise was very bad #3583.

we also stayed on for the next 7 day cruise Barcelona to venice. that was even worse than the14.day. the itinerary was great!!!!!!!!!! rccl took all the english speaking stations off the tv. the 24 food options were uneatable. room service was awful if you could get them to answer the phone.thier food options were sooooooo nasty.we would prefer to go on carnival for now on. our last one in july was 5 stars. we were so unhappy we can not believe how it has gone down hill. embarkation was good. but we didnt get a stamp in our passport in venice when we got off. so we had alot of trouble changing planes in Amsterdam.

Cabin Review

Large Interior Stateroom

Cabin L

Port Reviews


it was good



Rome (Civitavecchia)


Positano (Amalfi)

very nice

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