30 Miami Royal Caribbean Radiance of the Seas Cruise Reviews

Radiance of the Sea's Review! 12/4/2004 to 12/12/2004 First off let me begin by telling you a bit about us. I have cruised 3 times before and my boyfriend, this was his 1st cruise. Both of my other cruises were on Carnival Cruise ... Read More
Radiance of the Sea's Review! 12/4/2004 to 12/12/2004 First off let me begin by telling you a bit about us. I have cruised 3 times before and my boyfriend, this was his 1st cruise. Both of my other cruises were on Carnival Cruise Lines. Pre-cruise: We had an early flight with only about 20 people on the whole thing; we practically had the plane to ourselves. Now the flight from Detroit to Miami, that was a different story, the plane was overbooked and loud, the landing was rough and hard. But we lived through it. We flew Northwest Airlines, but over all I would fly them again. We stayed at the Sheraton Biscayne Bay Hotel. What a great hotel it is. We had a room overlooking the bay but not the ships. This was fine due to the fact it was still a great view. After we checked in we went to Bayside Market Place and ate lunch at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. It was great. If you like shrimp then go eat here. It is a must. After lunch we walked around Bayside and did some shopping. We then went to Hard Rock Cafe and had some dessert. We then went back to the hotel to get some rest for the big day. We took a cab to the port and it cost about $11 not bad at all. Embarkation: This was a breeze. We got to the port at about 10:00 a.m. and we were having lunch in the Windjammer at 11:30 a.m. Lunch was very good. We were both very hungry. We walked around the ship until our cabin was ready. Cabin: We had cabin 7092 -- what a nice cabin. It has a VERY large balcony. I personally loved it. The only bad thing about it is that you can not look directly down into the water. Tons of storage space for luggage and a nice size room. It was bigger than I had expected. Now the bath room was tiny but it served its purpose well. I did hate the shower curtain it sticks to your tush. Our cabin was next to the elevators and we never heard them. It was nice to be so close to the elevators. Ship: All I can say is WOW. I had to pick my jaw up off the ground when I saw her beauty in person. Pictures do not do this ship justice. All the glass everywhere there was not a bad view from this ship. You can see the ocean wherever you are. I won't go into detail about the ship due to the fact that so many other reviews do. Cabin Stewards: Well I do think that the 2 that were taking care of my cabin needed to be trained a bit more. I asked for extra pillows on the 1st night and was told ok no problem; well I never got them so I asked again the next night and was told the same thing. So on the 3rd night I asked once more and I was told that they were out and that I should have asked sooner and that they were now out of extra pillows. Well I did ask sooner and never got them. So I went to guest relations and I made them aware and needless to say I had extra pillows that night. Then one day I asked for beach towels and I was told sure and 1 hour later I still had not gotten them so I went and found them and got them myself. Also they never changed the sheets on our bed they only made up the bed with the old sheets. Well needless to say after I went to guest relations again my sheets were changed. But other than those small things I did not have a problem with them. Food: Everything we ate was oh so very good. I miss it already. I think our best meal was the lobster. Our waiter and assistant waiter were the best. We had later seating which worked out great. I would do late seating again in a heartbeat. We ate at all the restaurants except the Solarium Pool and Chops. They were all great. Murder Mystery Dinner: This was so fun and well worth the extra money. The food was to die for and the service was great. If you go try to get seated with the charter named Madam Veluca. She was so funny and played the part so well. Only 75 people can attend and there is only one per cruise and it sells out very fast. So book it as soon as you get on the ship. Soda Card: The soda card came to $48.30 for an adult, but was well worth it for my boyfriend -- he drank at least 6 sodas a day and sometimes more. The child's soda package was less. This may not be worth it to some but it was well worth it for my boyfriend. Ports of Call: Coco Cay: It was a nice sunny day. No rain. This was a very nice relaxing beach day. We walked hand in hand down the beach. Shopped, ate and even went kayaking. We spent the whole day there. It seemed like there was a bit of work being done on the island, which I am thinking is still from the recent hurricanes. But it still did not take away from the beauty of the Island. St. Thomas: It rained off and on all day long, but that did not stop us. We went for a bit of shopping right at the pier. Then we went to Paradise Point for the view. It was a nice view but would have been better if it had not been raining. We then took an excursion though RCI to Buck Island. Now that was great. Only 6 of us from the whole ship went. We sailed out to the island that was about 3 miles from St. Thomas and jumped into the water from the sailboat. We snorkeled right above a sunken ship and some awesome coral formations. The sun did come out for this tour. We must have been holding our mouths right or something. On the way back we had snacks and a nice cold drink. It did rain on the way back to the ship but that did not put a damper on the great time we had. I would recommend this tour to anyone. St. Croix: We stopped here for fuel. Since we were only there for a few hours there were no tours here. But we got off the ship and shopped a bit. Now when they get this port completed and get it going this will be a nice stop during the day. I hope to visit here when it is done. Very nice people. They all welcomed us with open arms for the time we were there. St. Maarten: The day was great, sunny all day and no rain. We did the St. Maarten Sensations tour with lunch through RCI again. This time only 15 people went on this tour. We stated by boarding a nice bus and toured both the Dutch and the French sides of the island. We stopped on the French side for some shopping. Shopping is always good. We then headed to a beach called Guna Bay. We had the beach all to ourselves. It was on the Atlantic side of the ocean so the waves were great. This is a 1 mile long beach just breath taking! I wish I lived there. The lunch they served was so very good, I had to have seconds as did my boyfriend. After lunch and more time on the beach we headed back to the ship. After that My boyfriend and I did some more shopping on the Dutch side of the island. This was a great tour as well. I would recommend this tour as well. Very nice and relaxing. Sea Days (3 of them): These are the day that I loved the most. You could either do it all or do nothing at all. I seemed to be the one to do it all. I ended up earning enough ship shape dollars to earn a backpack so what does that tell you. I went to classes, I walked, I climbed the rock wall, and I played mini golf, I played darts, I went to the horse races, I played the game the Quest. I was very active. Now my boyfriend on the other hand maybe did 3 of those things, if that. But that's fine it was his vacation too. THE QUEST: Now this is a subject all to itself. This game is so very fun and funny. My boyfriend and I were on a team and we had a blast. Now if you don't know what the Quest is then I am not going to spoil it for you. But I am here to tell you it is not to be missed. To all of you who have played or seen it I am sure you would agree. Now me and my boyfriend were on team number 1 and we just happen to be on the team that won it all. So if you were there you saw us! Entertainment: This was great as well. All I can say is that the comedians were great. All the shows were great. It is amazing how the entertainers can learn so many different shows without messing up. Room Service: Only ordered it 2 times. Once with the Romance Package and once for a late night snack. The only complaint is that my milk that was with my Romance Breakfast was bad. It was like taking a big drink of Cottage Cheese. Needless to say I went to Guest Relations over this and I got a delivery of chocolate covered strawberries for the mess up. That was nice of them. Pool Areas: Very nice but there is the same old problem of the chair hogs. There are only 2 pools and 3 hot tubs on this ship. The outdoor pool has 2 hot tubs and the Solarium pool has only 1. The Solarium is very nice. No one under the age of 16 in allowed in which makes it quiet. It is themed like Africa with bird sounds and all. I just loved the big cat on the side of the pool. And all the pools but the kiddie's pool are open 24 hours a day except for cleaning. The pools are saltwater and the hot tubs are fresh water. Disembarkation: Very well run and very fast for this sort of thing. Not that fast is good when you really don't want to get off the ship. RCI has this process down to an art. Post Cruise Stay: We stayed at the Sheraton Biscayne Bay again. Once again very nice. We spent the day touring Coconut Grove and other parts of Miami. Our flight did not leave Miami on the 13th until 4 p.m. so on Monday we went to Bayside again to shop some more before our flight. We flew Northwest. Flights went very well. It was a shock on our bodies coming from 75 degree sunny weather to 30 degree snowy weather. I want to go back I want the warm. So as you can see, with a few minor flaws we had a great cruise and I all ready have another booked for Oct 2005 with RCI. I would not hesitate to recommend or sail with them again. They have everything down to an art. I will be posting photos so keep your eyes open. Sorry for the long review. I just wanted to share my wonderful cruise with everyone. Read Less
Sail Date December 2004
Radiance review 12/5-12/12/04 Just a quick idea as to who was in our group. We were a group of 9 including three children under age 4. The adults were all Diamond or Platinum C&A members. Embarkation: We arrived at the Port of ... Read More
Radiance review 12/5-12/12/04 Just a quick idea as to who was in our group. We were a group of 9 including three children under age 4. The adults were all Diamond or Platinum C&A members. Embarkation: We arrived at the Port of Miami at 11:30 and proceeded immediately to check-in. We went to the Platinum and Diamond members check-in. We actually had to wait 15 minutes for check-in while the regular lines were empty with no wait!!!! The benefits of seniority!! The ship is beautiful. We took a quick tour of the ship, enjoyed lunch in the Windjammer and registered our son in the Adventure Ocean program. After asking, the staff member informed us that there were 40 kids in the 3-5 year old group for that cruise!!! Our rooms were toward the aft of the ship and it was quite a walk to the elevators. Since there are no elevators at the aft, the elevators at mid ship were almost always quite busy. This was a problem since we were always traveling with a stroller, the stairs weren't an option. The elevators at the front never seemed busy. We all had balcony rooms and if you are going Eastern Caribbean on the Radiance I would highly recommend a port side room. We had excellent views in both St. Thomas and St. Maarten. The room was a bit tight with a crib for our 20 month old. (We were lucky to get a crib since we talked to others with infants who were not able to get one). The RCI website states they use Pack-n-plays for cribs but what we received was a hospital/daycare style crib that wasn't very sturdy, we actually had to tighten some of the screws ourselves because it was so shaky). Basically you had no use of the "couch" except for storage because the only place in the room the crib would fit was right in front of it. The balcony was small compared to the Caribbean Princess but it was still nice. The refrigerator in the room is not a refrigerator but a mini bar and yes they are still using the automatic counter on the minibars because my parents were charged for things when they moved them out to make room for some other things. Also, RCI does not provide hand lotion anymore or only if you are in a suite. I did not bring lotion as I would expect that a cruise line would provide the same amenities I receive at the local Comfort Inn or Holiday Inn. So, unless you are in a suite bring your own lotion. We enjoyed meeting with everyone from our Roll Call and even won a bottle of champagne at the Meet and Mingle. Food: The food was good. We had early seating. Our waiter and busboy were very good. The main complaint we had was that on several nights my 20 month old daughter and 10 month old nephew were given high chairs with no trays. We were told there weren't enough trays for everyone?? What kind of deal was that? The Windjammer was very nice and the omelets were excellent. I wish they would have offered more variety but I never had a problem finding something to eat. The pizza at the Windjammer was not very good, it was better in the Solarium Cafe. The onion rings, tuna melt sub, fish and chips, etc. were excellent at the Seaview Cafe. I would highly recommend going there. The pasta for lunch in the dining room was also excellent. On the last day there was no more whole milk, at least that's what everyone I asked told me. Ports: Coco Cay we enjoyed the day at the beach. There wasn't too much shade around, you had to look pretty hard but I think the recent hurricanes did that trick. The pork ribs at the beach BBQ lunch were excellent. Watch out for the chickens though, they can get aggressive, as one almost landed on our table trying to get some food. I don't think it helped that we had 3 kids that kept dropping things as they were eating!! St. Thomas and St. Maarten - It rained in St. Thomas so we did some shopping. I enjoyed the Dutch side more than the French side on St. Maarten. Adventure Ocean (aquanauts 3-5): We were comparing the Adventure Ocean experience on RCI with our experience on Princess only 2 months ago. Overall, RCI had much better activities for the kids. They offered activities everyday, even the port days which was nice. On Princess you had to sign up ahead for port days. The kid's pool area was really nice on the Radiance but there were A LOT of kids on board this week and it would get very crowded. The facility itself and the room for the 3-5 year olds was very small and I think the staff was somewhat overwhelmed at times with so many kids on board and in the program. The facility itself on the Caribbean Princess was far superior, but that is a brand new ship. We also liked that on Princess younger children can use the kid's area as long as a parent is with them, RCI doesn't allow that. On this cruise I could see why they don't as there were just a ton of kids!! Disembarkation: The ship was cleared at 7:15 a.m. and we were off by 8:15. Everything went very smoothly with no mobs building in the stairwells and Centrum lobby. Overall, we all had a great time. Waiting until the next cruise.... Read Less
Sail Date December 2004
The good, the bad, and the ugly. Some notes to start: This was our 2nd cruise (1st on Royal). We traveled as part of a 15-person family group, ages from 3 to 73. Our experience includes my wife and I and our 3 year old twins. Overall, ... Read More
The good, the bad, and the ugly. Some notes to start: This was our 2nd cruise (1st on Royal). We traveled as part of a 15-person family group, ages from 3 to 73. Our experience includes my wife and I and our 3 year old twins. Overall, we had a great vacation, on a terrific ship with great service. There are plenty of other reviews about what the ship looks like and offers, so I will say that it is beautiful, and in general the service was great. Here are some specific notes from the cruise: The GOOD: check in was VERY easy. We had our twins in a stroller (for ease with all the carry ons), and everyone was very helpful. FOOD: Those who complain are nuts. Yes, sometimes the menu was difficult, but the waiters and kitchen are always ready to do what they can to make it right. We are not the easiest when it comes to dining -- my wife and I do not like sauces in general, and specifically no cream or heavy fats, no fried foods and no butter sauces ... yet we did fine in the main dining room. I would say the food overall is equal to a very good catering hall -- not 5 star, but better than can be expected when you think that they are feeding 1,500 at a time. (One exception -- New Year's Eve was very bad -- the crew was more interested in getting to their party then making and serving dinner...) Also of note was the Seaview Cafe -- my kids ate an early dinner there every night and loved the chicken, hot dogs, fries and fruit. Also in the good column -- we had in-room babysitting that was set up at guest relations on the first night...this worked out great! The babysitter (Selsus) showed up on time each night, well dressed, freshly showered, with a great disposition. Our kids were already in bed ready to fall asleep, but waited up to say hello and good night to him. We repeatedly checked in during the night at odd times, and each time found Selsus sitting in a chair next to the bed either reading or taking a light nap (which he asked us the first night if this was ok...we said fine as long as if the kids woke up he did as well...we never had a problem, and this freed us up for some great nights at the shows, casino, etc...). The BAD: The weather was bad the entire week. While not RCI's fault, we did feel that the Cruise Director did not address this well. RCI should have an alternative "rainy day" style schedule that they can use when a day at sea becomes a wash-out. This did not happen. Our stop in Labadee was canceled due to high winds, so we ended up with an extra (3rd!) day at sea. Instead of loading up on appropriate indoor activities (ice carving, extra shows, trivia contests, extra Bingo sessions, line dancing lessons, family movies in the movie theater, etc.) the feeling on board was "oh well" it is just a lost rainy day. We did not feel that this was done well. Also in the bad list was our experience with the kid's club. Our kids go to school full time and love these types of environments. (The more scheduled they are the better...) They tend to be very outgoing, well behaved and a whole lot of fun to be around. My daughter will try anything twice. My son however, usually needs 5 minutes to warm up to new environments...once comfortable, he is the life of the party (VERY funny). We know this and tried in a variety of ways to set the stage for him. However, the kids club personnel was VERY unwelcoming to him/us. First, we went the first night to try and get him comfortable with the space. While it was supposed to be the open house, we were told we could look around but not touch anything. When I opened a cabinet to see what activities they had (just to look) I was reprimanded very harshly in front of the kids -- to the point that my son wanted to know why I was being bad, and do only bad people come to this room. Then, my wife went to the side (out of earshot) to try and let the group leader know what to expect from him the next morning (that he would cry for 5 minutes and then stop, and have a great time) and was given the cold shoulder. When we came in in the morning to drop them off, they were never greeted. Instead, the group leader said to the other worker in the room, "Oh, here comes the kid that is going to be trouble." This was exactly what we were trying to avoid. With that he started to cry, and didn't want to stay and be "in trouble." After a couple of minutes he settled down, and we were getting ready to leave. As we got up he started to cry again. We told the group leader that we were leaving him there and would be right outside the door, to give him 5 minutes (we KNEW he would stop, and have fun...this is just what he does), and that if for some reason he was still unhappy that we would take him. However, we were told that there is a zero crying tolerance policy, and that we could not leave him, AND we could not stay in the room with him and calm him down. Thus, he did not stay in the kid's club at all the entire week. My daughter stayed the first morning and had a great time, but did not want to go back without her brother... FYI -- we heard stories like this from a LOT of parents around the ship. The bottom line is, if your child is not perfect right away (no grace period) they do not want them there. (It may make their job too hard...). I am trying not to be harsh here, as I know that there are a lot of kids on board and that they can not cater to one child, but 5 minutes of kindness would have worked wonders....This room was just full of bad attitudes. The UGLY: Debarkation was an embarrassment. It took them almost 3 hours to let us off the ship (10:45 a.m.), and then we went in to an overcrowded tent with no one from RCI around. The luggage was all over the place, no porters (my mother is in a wheelchair and my father needed help with her and the luggage), and then we first needed to get on a bus to take us back to where we had parked. The parking lot bus lines had no signs or directions, so those waiting to get to the airport couldn't find their lines ... just a complete mess. We did not get back and into our car till almost 11:30. A HORRIBLE way to end a very good vacation. RCI should be ashamed. Overall, I have pointed out some of the lowlights of our experience, however I want to leave you with a positive note. In spite of the kids club and debarkation, this was one of the best vacations that we have taken, and are likely to cruise again. (And RCI would still be a viable choice for us.) I would say that the ship can be compared to a 4-star resort property (Radisson, SunSpree, Marriott, etc.) ... not the Ritz-Carlton, but a whole lot better than Best Western. Read Less
Sail Date December 2004
I never thought that I would be writing a review, but after reading the recent terrible review of the Radiance, I feel like I have no choice as our experience was totally the opposite. My husband and I booked this cruise to celebrate our ... Read More
I never thought that I would be writing a review, but after reading the recent terrible review of the Radiance, I feel like I have no choice as our experience was totally the opposite. My husband and I booked this cruise to celebrate our thirtieth anniversary over Thanksgiving. We were a party of nine ranging in age from 23 to 86 (which included our three sons in their 20's). We selected this cruise because the itinerary included three days at sea and Coco Cay - a beautiful, private island. We all had a fabulous time and loved this cruise - it was terrific in almost every way! Guest Services - especially Kendol - was terrific. There was a problem with one of our cabins and Kendol couldn't have been nicer to our kids. He solved the problem and was a personal host for the balance of the cruise. We had no problem with the food or service in the dining room...in fact our server from India (Vonard) was one of the best we have ever had. The entertainment was superb - not only did the Drifters perform (we had also seen them on the Serenade), but there was a comedic vocalist who all agreed was the best entertainer ever seen at sea (he will be appearing on Broadway this spring). Embarkation was quick and easy - no lines at noon (which is very unusual). Disembarkation was also surprisingly easy and quick. The ship is beautiful. This was our 9th cruise including the sister ship to the Radiance (Serenade) last summer. Of all the ships we have sailed (including three in the Celebrity Millennium class), we love the Radiance class the best - especially the woodwork in the Schooner Bar area, the beautiful 9 story atrium and the Seaview Cafe. Our cabin steward was adequate at best, but that is always the luck of the draw. I never saw him until the last day and don't even know his name. We had intentionally booked our cabin as it had a very deep balcony and we were told that we could have lounge chairs on this oversize balcony. Our cabin steward promised to bring the lounge chairs for the balcony (for which we gave him a tip in advance), but he never delivered or apologized. The only negative was the ship's excursion to St. Barts which was offered in St. Maarten. I would definitely recommend to stay away from it. We decided to go to St. Barts as we had just been in St. Maarten in January. Unfortunately, the hydrofoil was more like riding a bucking bronco than riding a boat (and many, including myself, fell ill on the trip over). Upon arrival in St. Barts, there was nothing organized and the cost of a taxi tour was prohibitive unless you were with a party of six. There were stores where we disembarked, but it would have been nice to see the island rather than shop. The cruise director Adam Dyer was fabulous - very personable, talented and full of energy. There was never a lack of activities to participate in - in fact there were so many great activities, I didn't even have a chance to read the books I had brought for the sea days. Besides the usual Love and Marriage, Bingo and Sexy Legs competition - there were dance lessons, cooking lessons, napkin folding, towel animal demonstrations, and on and on. One of the assistant cruise directors was Simon who we had sailed with on the Serenade - who was also terrific. This ship really rocked - especially with the 450 kids aboard!!! As I mentioned before, Coco Cay is a beautiful (and relaxing) place. There are different areas of the island to suit everyone. You have to tender over from the ship. Where the tenders dock, there are the usual local shops and hair braiding and the beach is very crowded, however, if you walk a little distance further, it is very quiet and private with hammocks hung between the trees. Even though it was very hot, it was quite comfortable lying in the hammock with a breeze. The water is beautiful and you can walk out quite a distance into the water! Most water sports are available (for a fee) or you can just sit and relax. To our surprise, food service for lunch was set up so well, there were no lines or crowds even with over 2,000 people eating at one time. They had clearly marked stations (beautiful bright signs) for the different food and beverage offerings. We celebrated our anniversary at Chops Grille and the steak was delicious and the service superb (our waitress was from Turkey). We met another family who ate at Chops and Portofino (the other alternate restaurant) every night of the cruise as they liked them so much. We had such a great time on this ship that we would take it over and over again, especially if we could be guaranteed that everything would be exactly as it was the week of November 21st!! Read Less
Sail Date November 2004
We are first time cruisers along with another couple. The reaction? The four of us really want to cruise again and are planning the next one. Specific reviews: Embarkation: went smoothly. Amazing how they can move 2500 passengers so ... Read More
We are first time cruisers along with another couple. The reaction? The four of us really want to cruise again and are planning the next one. Specific reviews: Embarkation: went smoothly. Amazing how they can move 2500 passengers so quickly. Disembarkation also smooth. They have this down to a science. Ship: Beautiful ship; not the largest but holds 2500 passengers. Rooms were extremely clean; we loved our balcony. Small shower stall. Crew: absolutely friendly and we think we had the best wait staff at dinner - Sathi always had a smile on his face, told us stories, always had time to chat, and his recommendations for dinner were always right on. He brought us any food we wanted and in any quantity. Like he promised - we would be rolling out of the dinning room. At our request, he had the chef make curry for us one night, followed by chicken curry the next - this was in addition to our regular entrees. The cabin staff were great - always a surprise every night - they were experts in creating animals out of towels; one every night. Captain Kent is the singing captain and you can buy his CD. He actually is quite good. Food: more than satisfactory. The formal dinning room had the best food - be sure to heed the waiter's suggestions. Can't go wrong. Lobster tails (yes, we ordered 4 per couple) were fabulous. The prime rib was perfect. The Windjammer cafe was buffet style for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The food is quite all right and there was a lot of choice. Always plenty of fresh fruit available. Don't buy the soda package unless you have kids. Two special restaurants on board - Portofinos (Italian) and Chops (steaks). Managed to try Portofinos - definitely worth a try. Have to pay extra though. Entertainment: Live shows every night from stand-up comedy to a comedy-juggling act - we took in every show and it was worth it. Movies galore. The different lounges had different entertainers - Dancing Through the Decades had a '50s-'60s night; '70s-'80s night; Western Night; Karaoke night; and various game shows. Never bored. Santino and the Blakjax were fabulous. There was lots of dancing and disco. Other activities: golf simulator; mini-putt; spa; rock climbing; always the pool but we religiously went to the gym to work out, hitting the steam room after. Self leveling pool tables - very apparent in rough seas. Tour of the bridge is a must. The crew were very willing to answer all questions and show us around. Casino was open every night for those wanting to gamble. The sports bar - sports on tv of course. Art auction - some very nice pieces available. Limited selection at the duty free stores, but the prices were good. Stops: Coco Cay was first stop, but rough seas scuttled the day. St. Thomas, USVI, is a shopping haven - cheap deals on jewelry and liquor. Worth to take a tour of the country. Slight rain dampened the outing. St. Maarten was next stop - unfortunate to arrive on a national holiday so there was limited shopping. Took a taxi to Orient Beach (French side) for a day; had the most wonderful lunch at Waikiki Beach cafe. Try the seafood - absolutely fresh, seasoned and cooked to perfection. Next stop was to be Nassau but the captain decided on a different route due to very rough seas (yes, many people were seasick) and therefore we did not make it to Nassau. There were rumbles, but Captain Kent did the right thing. Overall, a great cruise but less than perfect due to some rough seas. Arrival at St. Maarten on a national holiday but perhaps fortunate since we had a fantastic meal at Orient Beach. Read Less
Sail Date November 2004
Radiance of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.2
Dining 4.0 4.0
Entertainment 4.0 3.7
Public Rooms 4.0 4.3
Fitness Recreation 4.5 4.1
Family 4.0 4.1
Shore Excursion 3.5 3.8
Enrichment 2.0 3.5
Service 4.5 4.4
Value For Money 4.5 3.8
Rates N/A 4.3

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