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Vision of the Seas Review

Lots packed into a small ship

Review for the Eastern Caribbean Cruise on Vision of the Seas
6-10 Cruises • Age 30s

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Sail Date: May 2023
Cabin: Interior

Was the ship too small? The food not good enough? The service lacking? Entertainment not exciting?

Let's break it all down after a 9-day Bermuda, Nassau, and Perfect Day at CocoCay cruise aboard Vision of the Seas.

Starting with the ship overall - it was in fantastic shape for its age. Minimal signs of rusting, though we heard from folks with balcony cabins that the divider hinges had rusted and been painted shut. Otherwise, upkeep and maintenance was done well, lots of daily cleaning was ongoing, and furnishings for the most part looked well-kept. We noted a few places that needed touch-ups.

Cabin Review


Small and outdated cabin, but still comfortable and relaxing.

Furniture should be replaced - major and unacceptable staining on the chair and couch.

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