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Serenade of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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1605 reviews
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Cruise for the Elderly

Review for Serenade of the Seas to the Southern Caribbean
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lisajosmith17
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Feb 2020
Cabin: Interior

We chose this ship do to the many different ports in the Caribbean. The problem is on board this ship. We have never seen so many older people in my life on a cruise. Super boring on ship, except for the theatre shows. We too are around 60 but like other reviewers this was just to old of a crowd for us. Karaoke was lame, the vortex dance club maybe 8 people in there total. Never seen anything like it on any cruise before. The boat is smaller so has very limited activities. All these really old people just take up the pool chairs and read and most don't even get in the water. Really hard to get chairs by pool because RCI dose not enforce the saving of the chairs like their signs say. Read other reviews, this is the oldie but goodies ship. If you like the 50's and 60's music this is your boat.

Cabin Review

Interior

We booked a year in advance, RCI put us on the very bottom floor. Wasnt to noisy but did have a crew hall behind our rooms.

Port Reviews

Labadee

Labadee had a nice beach but vendors are annoying.

San Juan

Old town is just average.

St. Thomas

Nice Island, did a private hire tour of island for 20.00 per person

Antigua

Loved the beaches here. Went to Dark Wood beach by cab.

St. Kitts (Port Zante)

Nice super clean Island took cab to Cockachelle Beach.

St. Maarten

Typical Island vendors and merchandise.

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