Rhapsody of the Seas Review

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Review for the Southern Caribbean Cruise on Rhapsody of the Seas
Cathlie
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Mar 2023
Cabin: Interior

Been to a few Southern Caribbean cruises, but chose this one with the Aruba and Bonaire destinations...with 2 days in Aruba, which was everything I've hoped for, been twice before but first time doing tours on the island, learned so much about its history on a historical walking tour on day 1 and a scenic tour with stops at the natural bridge, ruins, lighthouse and their famous eagle beach on day 2...Bonaire another dutch island quaint and move at your own pace sort of town, lovely shopping and restaurants in a small but affordable capital.

Grenada is always wonderful and welcoming, the one island I look forward to on any itinerary, the friendliness and charm of the people is always authentic, the tour to the Fort and Falls was everything I expected, and our tour guide/bus driver was informative and funny

RHAPSODY...has everything you could hoped for..even though it's an older and smaller ship, beautiful interior with tasteful artwork and lovely lounges with nightly entertainment both around the ship and in the main theatre, I especially enjoy the Schooner bar, for daytime trivias and the piano entertainment in the evening

Cabin Review

Interior

Lovely cabin, with spacious interior, clean and comfortable bed with plush linens, spacious bathroom with ample counter space, these older ships have the best wardrobes in terms of space and convenience...can't be beaten

Port Reviews

Barbados

Bridgetown..was the homeport for this cruise and check in was a breeze, from getting out of taxi to getting on ship was a mere 20 minutes to half hour give or take, check-in agents was knowledgeable and was well prepared for the influx of guests arrival, security was efficient and processing was swift, I was able to grab lunch and still have enough time to go shop in terminal, as it was a Sunday embarkation, everything was open, unusual for Barbados as it's the Sabbath on island, everyone was friendly and welcoming towards guests

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