I chose this cruise because of the age of the ship, the ports of call and the length of the cruise. Also, because of the departure city of Fort Lauderdale.
If you plan to stay overnight in a hotel would suggest you book one with free shuttle service as fares can be high getting to & from the airport and the port.
Being a first time cruiser I found the embarkation and disembarkation were quite easy.
The Regal is a beautiful ship. The cabin was a good size for two and the partial obstructed balcony on Deck 8 was fine. The cabin was mid-aft and
I would chose it again
Any time dining was great, and was 2 decks down from the cabin. The free buffet was on Deck 16 and lots of choices.
Lots of entertainment & activities for everyone.
The service was great. The staff were helpful and courteous.
Shore excursions were okay and good for us first timers.
I would go again but different itinerary.
It would be nice to have an online map of the ship to help with getting around.
The Medallion Class is an excellent innovation. So easy to use as you don't need to carry cash.
Roomy enough for two people with 2 twin beds.
Lacked electrical outlets by the bedside tables. They were by the desk. Obstructed balcony was not an issue. You can still see a lot. Safe in room was an asset. Bathroom was a good size.
Room was made up every day and refreshed on request.