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Vision of the Seas Review

3.5 / 5.0
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1160 reviews
4 Awards

An interesting voyage through the Canadian Maritimes and New England ports

Review for Vision of the Seas to Canada & New England
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2017
Cabin: Junior Suite

Background information

This was our 19th cruise and 4th on Royal Caribbean (we last cruised with RCI in 2005). We had a fall foliage cruise on our bucket list and this 12-night itinerary seemed to suit our requirements. We booked the cruise in July 2016, after receiving some good information on promotions from RCI. We had cruised on a sister ship to the Vision, the Grandeur of the Seas, in 1998, and we really enjoyed that ship, mainly for its size.

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Junior Suite

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We had stateroom 8562, a Junior Suite, starboard side, just aft of midships. It measures 241 square feet with a 41 square foot balcony. This room is quite generous for space and especially storage; everywhere you looked, from the closet to the 4-piece bath to the main room itself, there were cupboards and drawers. It is nicely equipped with a large fridge, flat screen TV, hair dryer, large lighted makeup mirror, robes, sofa bed, two sitting chairs, coffee table and two Ottomans. The room has a nice décor, however, it is dated and the furnishings are a bit worn. The two 110-v outlets are so worn that chargers and the hair dryer plug would fall out (there are also two 220-v outlets). The balcony is rusted in many areas and the furniture is fading.

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