Radiance of the Seas Review

Radiance Lacks a Bit of Luster

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viapanam
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: May 2023

My son and I did a back-to-back to Seward Alaska and back on May 19th and May 26th respectively on Radiance of the Seas. So in the course of fourteen days, I got to know the ship fairly well. As always, there are things that were wonderful, and things that were .. less than wonderful. But in the end, another fabulous two cruises on Royal.

First, let me expand on how amazing Alaska is. My son has cruised to Alaska twice before, but this was my first Alaskan cruise. I was skeptical, since I am not a cold weather person. And Alaska in May is, well … cold. But it was absolutely stunning. The scenery, the landscape and the people were all incredible. It’s a part of the United States that remains largely unspoiled and unpopulated. I was so impressed, I am actually going back next week. I loved it that much. But the ship …

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