Grandeur of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Feels its age

Review for the Eastern Caribbean Cruise on Grandeur of the Seas
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6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jan 2024

Like smaller ships, less people, less fighting for seats, bartenders, etc. But you could tell the ship is getting old. Still worth a sail if you like the itinerary but would like to see newer, smaller ships come online because I wont sail on the 7000 passenger, costs an arm and a leg behemoths they are putting in service. Less amenities for sure but I do not sail to be running around all day.

Love the online embarkation. RCCL still lets you watch the videos on your phone while in waiting room and go direct to muster station and done. Simple, quick. Especially for repeat customers that have been through the old musters of ago with the cluster of bodies and having to wait on stragglers. Never go back to the old way.

Food is standard fare. Good and bad but I never went hungry. Windjammer only got crowded on port days before gangway opened.

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Labadee

Just a beach stop

St. Lucia

Small port shop area but did have free wifi in the gazebo area for those that do not buy the internet pkg. Had size 4xl shirts, hard to find at most ports.

St. Kitts (Port Zante)

Lots of port area shopping. Said it had free wifi but could never connect.

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