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Radiance of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1211 reviews
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Everything we'd hoped for AND more

Review for Radiance of the Seas to Alaska
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2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: May 2017
Cabin: Junior Suite

9 night northbound from Vancouver, ship sailed 5/17/17.

For 30 yrs we wanted to cruise to Alaska. Wife is in a power wheelchair, so we reserved an accessible Jr. Suite. The room has been great! I could cruise the world in this stateroom.

The cruise line has been very accommodating and attentive to my wife's special medical needs. We were able to go on 3 shore excursions and walk around several of the ports we called upon.

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Junior Suite

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Accessible for the power wheelchair!

Walk-in closet, very adequate bathroom, huge balcony with ramp.

Port Reviews


Canada Place was a disaster!

3 ships were in port and it was early in the season, but it took 3 hours to clear TSA and US customs before we could board the ship.

Icy Strait

This was among the highlights of the entire trip- less shopping and more authentic Alaska.

We ate fish and chips and toured the fish cannery.

Humpbacked whales were everywhere! The weather was good this day and this port of call was really something unique, perhaps because we were the only ship there.


It was raining, so didn't get off the ship.


Do to weather we stayed on the ship.

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