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Radiance of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1205 reviews
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Happy to be cruisin'

Review for Radiance of the Seas to Alaska
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10+ Cruises • Age 2020s

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Sail Date: May 2022

Sailed B2B Northbound and southbound. Check in was very smooth, enjoying Windjammer buffet by 11:45 am. We've circumnavigated Australia/New Zealand 30 plus days on the Radiance so we were very familiar with this ship. Itineraries were excellent considering cruising have restarted in Alaska. Cabin steward and dining services were impeccable. Safety and health protocols were impressive. This is an older ship so although the cabin was adequate, it is time for a cabin makeover, those shower curtains need to go. Entertainment was sufficient. Fernandez was an absolute hoot and made the cruise. However, they do need to improve on where public activities are held. Eg. Zumba and dance classes should NOT be held in the teeny tiny Centrum area as we were neck to jowl with each other. They should, and could have held these types of large group activities in the gym, or in Starquest (dance floor) where proper floor space was needed as the Outside deck was not an option. All in all, this was a superior come back to cruising and we were sad to get off after 14 days and can't wait to return.

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