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Spectrum of the Seas Cruise Review
0.0 / 5.0
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Beautiful but crowdy ship

Spectrum of the Seas Cruise Review by finemusic

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: Dec 2019
  • Destination: Asia
  • Cabin Type: Obstructed Ocean View Balcony

The ship is new and beautiful. It holds 5 thousand passengers , so long lines everywhere, dinning, games embarkation and disembarkation. We were travelling during X'mas holiday so the ship was entirely sold out with 12 hundred kids on board. It was impossible to find a quiet place.

The ship is catered to the Asian market and there are lots of Chinese dishes in the buffet and the main dinning room. We had one lunch in Jamie's kitchen. It is quite expensive and I don't think it is much better than the main dinning room.

This was our second time on RCL and really enjoyed their nightly entertainments.It was a step above HAL.

Okinawa is a nice place to shop and walk around. The 2 ports in Philipines Vigan and Subic Bay is totally waste of time.

The ship is catered to younger passengers with lots of activities like rock climbing, surfing bumper car. If you want to have a relaxing cruise, then this ship is not for you


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