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Radiance of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1188 reviews
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Great cruise

Review for Radiance of the Seas to Australia & New Zealand
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condorfan
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Sep 2016
Cabin: Grand Suite

have done this cruise 4times, just love the sea days, of course the islnds not so bad. tahiti , moorea and bora bora just beautiful. did jet skis in moorea with jean paul (moorea jet skis) a must do. the ship we love the radiance, servers, bar tenders are fantastic. we did mtd with no issue's but di specialty resturants guite often, which are just perfect, we loved giovannis lunch menu, we asked if they could do the pastafor dinner and of course they did. chops omg the peppered bacon is sinful. steaks so tender.did sambas, if you love meat a must do. the champage bar was our favorite watering hole, great service. casino staff friendly and helpful to those that didn't know the game. the entertainment was so so 1 band was really good but the duo, chased off people,sorry. the shows we didnt do so no help there. ship movies a few good ones but hey who's watching tv.

Cabin Review

Grand Suite

Cabin GS

what can yousay it was great. quiet,roomy,nice bath-shower

Port Reviews

Tahiti (Papeete)

didn't stay took ferry over to moorea,to jet ski

Moorea

did jet skis again to much fun and beautiful

Bora Bora

did an excursion with reef discovery, i would do this again.

Wellington

walked around the city had some lunch and brews

Picton

sweet town, was windy that day but locals said very unusual. went to the irish pub very nice

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