We chose this cruise because of the itinerary having never been to Charleston, SC, Cape Canaveral, or Miami, and the fact that we could drive to the Baltimore terminal.
Our cabin was very roomy and clean and our cabin steward was very good and accommodating We chose to eat in the main dining room for our dinners and were very pleased with the selections and quality of the food. Our dining room stewards were very good, polite, and very informative.We enjoyed the Windjammer Cafe for our breakfasts and lunches even though we had to walk the length of the ship to get there from our cabin. We feel the way this cafe was set up was much more user friendly than other ships that we have been on.
We walked Charleston in the AM and took a bus excursion in the afternoon which gave us the opportunity to view much of the city which is very beautiful with lots of historical buildings, We took the 6 hr excursion to the Kennedy Space Center and were in awe of the history and all that we were able to view. Our tour guide was informative and the bus took us to Saturn 5 first, then to the Visitor Center and we were able to explore on our own until it was time to meet the bus to return to the ship.
The cabin was very roomy-king size bed, double couch, two chairs and a coffee table and lots of storage space. There was a hair dryer and toiletries of shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, bar soap, and body lotion were provided. No problem with the ac or toilet and tub/shower. Cabin steward had 17 cabins to care for and no assistant but our cabin was always made up in the morning, and early evening since we do retire early.
Port very easy to get to. Parked for the 9 days at $15 per day.