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Vision of the Seas Review

3.5 / 5.0
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1168 reviews
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Time for a revamp

Review for Vision of the Seas to the Western Mediterranean
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sommerb
10+ Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Jun 2022
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After sailing on many different RC ships, this one needs a revamp. The ship lacks basic recreational amenities (mini golf, water slides, etc) found on almost all other RC ships and needs for current amenities to be remodeled (whirlpools only fit 3 people). On the positive side, the crew is very friendly and the ship can dock in small ports.

On this cruise, live entertainment in the theater only occurred 6 of the 8 nights, which was very disappointing. Also the same 3 live music acts (piano player, easy listening singer, and small singing trio) just rotated venues. The whole trip lacked things to do unless you just wanted to go to bed at 10 at night.

The only real positive about this size ship was the late night roast beef sandwiches on the pool deck (although it is annoying that kids get to go to the solarium for food even though it is supposed to be adult only.

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Barcelona

Easy port to use.

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