Radiance of the Seas Review

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Sail Date: Sep 2018
Radiance of the Seas
Crossing the Equator Ceremony
Moorea Shore Excursion
Moorea Shore Excursion

This cruise was a long time in the planning and didn't disappoint. After spending 2 weeks in Canada and 5 nights in Hawaii, this was the perfect way to return home to Sydney calling at Pappete, Moorea, Bora Bora, Wellington and Picton.

Arrived at the Honolulu cruise terminal around 11.00am and although departure wasn't due until 10.00pm (actual 2.00am) we were immediately allowed to board and as usual cabins were available around 1pm. Signs indicated that the ship was full for this cruise so no cabin upgrades were available. We loved the size of Radiance of the Seas and found it to be the perfect size ship for this type of journey. Loved the central atrium area and the fantastic views from the Schooner Bar and Champagne Bar (our favourite and regular haunt for this trip). Food in all of the restaurants were of a high quality and variety. Highly recommend Chefs Table and Chops Grill.

Entertainment was your typical fare with a number of theme nights and 3 formal nights. The crossing equator ceremony on the main pool deck was also great fun as was the atmosphere in the pub when we watched the live broadcast of the AFL grand final. The only downer was the cruse director and his wife (activities manager) who were very "American" and as a result his attempt at humour and interaction with the majority of the Australian guests on board didn't quite work.

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