3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2019
We are destination cruisers rather than loyalty cruisers. So we can compare the difference in cruise lines. We've sailed on Royal, Princess, Celebrity, Norwegian and Carnival. And this was a very nice cruise. It doesn't beat ... Read More
We are destination cruisers rather than loyalty cruisers. So we can compare the difference in cruise lines. We've sailed on Royal, Princess, Celebrity, Norwegian and Carnival. And this was a very nice cruise. It doesn't beat our best - the Norwegian Getaway -, but it was certainly worth the money. Embarkation was the best ever. There was no filling out paper work - just show your ticket and board. . Disembarking was confusing as the printed delivered document gave different information than the computer screen. It went quickly, though. We ate at Chops, Izumi and Giovanni's all of which were good. Surprisingly, we liked Izumi the best. I think because the waitress was so pleasant. If there were on thing we could complain about it would be the entertainment. There were a couple of good shows, but over all we felt it was greatly lacking. The service was excellent. We really enjoyed the Park Café as it was quiet enough to read or play cards. The hot tub needs to be replaced. There is only one in the Solarium and it is way behind the times. There were few children on the ship, I think we would try a different cruise line if we did it again so that we would have a fair measure. This is the longest cruise we have ever taken and found it enjoyable other than the lack of entertainment. It is embarrassing to say that we spent some time watching TV and we went to the Cinema on board. We would have preferred to see a good live show. In this area Norwegian is superior and it has more choices of restaurants. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2019
My wife and I get to cruise once or twice per year, it is our light at the end of the tunnel. We love everything about cruising and this trip did not disappoint...mostly. Let's get the bad out of the way, this was the worst ... Read More
My wife and I get to cruise once or twice per year, it is our light at the end of the tunnel. We love everything about cruising and this trip did not disappoint...mostly. Let's get the bad out of the way, this was the worst entertainment staff we have ever sailed with. They were professional, courteous and pleasant but man were they boring. Worse was the cruise staffed performers, they had on excellent singer we wished they would have featured more. The other singers and dancers were like a really bad high school production. The costumes were cheap and made at times little sense and the choreography very blah. That being said the rest of the entertainment was fantastic, every day and night the entertainment was great from the Ship's orchestra to the comics to the solo bar artists the Caribbean pool duo. But the stars of the ship was a pop band from Mexico called Switched On. They had incredible range and great charisma, they had everybody rocking in a very good way. Serenade is an older ship but incredibly well maintained. We love her size, because it feels more quaint, easy to figure out and you see the same crew often which breeds comfortable familiarity. We also don't love a tender process and didn't have to do any on this cruise. Getting ashore and back on was efficient and painless. Windjammer is where we did most breakfasts and lunches at it had great diversity of choices we have come to expect. I like the Indian fare and the Omelet Station is great, they have it down to a science. Main dining room Reflections is just fine for us and the My Time Dining. We were seated with Waiter and Assistant waiter Sinaga and Ian. Find these two, Sinaga is hard working sincere and does fantastic close up magic, Ian is equally hardworking, has a mischievous glint in his eye and is delightfully funny. The Itinerary was fantastic; St. Thomas-We have been to this beautiful Island a few times so we opted to take the ship excursion to St. John Trunk Bay and it was great. A fun Island Girl Ferry over and back with a friendly crew, then a short bus ride.Good snorkeling was included for novices in crystal waters and a gorgeous beach. really nice facilities with food and drink available for purchase. St Croix- Cruise excursion to the Whim Estate, an old sugar plantation with cultural and historical guides. Then to the St. George Village Botanical Gardens a very nice walk with an informed guide, took some pics for ideas in my Florida garden. Then to the Captain Morgan distillery because Cruzan was closed. This part of the tour was mostly sales, however the staff were amazingly friendly and the rum tasting...well it was an intoxicating venture and the gift/liquer store prices were very good. Antigua- Ship excursion and short bus trip to Ffryes Beach, again crystal clear water and beautiful beach. Some tent shops with very polite salespeople and not pushy at all. Ffryes Beach Bar/ Dennis Restaurant where two drinks and a very tasty lunch was provided. St. Kitts- Research told me to pick a tour once disembarked, and it was spot on. Look for All Weather Tours run by Franklin, it is all you need to do. 30 years on the police force and corrections now turned to tour guide. $20 a piece gets you a comfortable open air, narrated bus ride by someone in love with his country and impassioned to share it. The tour hits all the highlights except the fort. He also carries a bar and mixes some mean cocktails. If you think you can hang ask for the Ting with a Sting" or his delicious "All Weather Rum Punch", just know your limits. Next time we go we will book him again, it was that much fun. Our favorite stop on this itinerary by far. St. Maarten- Ship excursion 6 Jeeps with walkie-talkie narration. a Good guide who was able to keep us together and handled some adversity very well. You have to drive aggressively which was a blast but one of our jeeps had an incident with a tourist's vehicle in which the driver who was to drive to drunk. This was our least favorite destination, it is crowded, not very friendly and ridiculously expensive. Not a fan of either side of the Island. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
My husband and I had a wonderful time on our cruise. All of the personnel that we dealt with, from our cabin steward to our restaurant staff were wonderful to deal with. We had a wonderful time at all of the activities, but most ... Read More
My husband and I had a wonderful time on our cruise. All of the personnel that we dealt with, from our cabin steward to our restaurant staff were wonderful to deal with. We had a wonderful time at all of the activities, but most especially the 80's Dance Party. Our weather was perfect. We feel that the food was not always at a high standard (i.e., occasionally not as hot as it could have been and the steaks were sometimes not tender). We do feel that everyone on the ship went out of their way to make sure that we enjoyed our cruise. We also especially enjoyed the piano bar, especially Danny. The shore excursions were the only area that we had an issue. Halifax (Peggy's Cove/Titanic Graveyard) - Peggy's Cove was more than we could ever have dreamed of. I wish we had picked an excursions that was only that stop. We only landed up having about 45-50 minutes, so there was no time to go into the store, get food, or see the town. We would have liked to have time to sit on the rocks and just relax. We did have a huge issue with the bus service. It was very warm (80's) and the air conditioning on the bus was either not working or working poorly. People were complaining and asking them to turn up the air conditioning, especially since the windows did not open. I started to feel so sick that I thought I was going to faint. The next day we ran into other people that said they they almost fainted also. It was terrible and ruined the rest of the excursion. New Brunswick (Hop On/Hop Off Big Pink Bus) - We started out very disappointed with the bus service. We had to have waited almost 1 1/2 hours for the initial bus to pick us up in the parking lot. The parking lot was full of people, standing in direct sunlight on a very warm day, waiting (people in wheelchairs, with canes, etc.). The bus service was poorly run. Otherwise the tour was okay. The Skywalk was a little disappointing and was much smaller than the picture. We were done in 15 minutes. Bar Harbor (An Intimate Look at Acadia National Park) - This tour was the highlight of our cruise. Despite the fact that Immigration showed up an hour late and caused a commotion with all of the tours that had to wait for their passengers, our tour of Acadia was wonderful! It was even more beautiful than we imagined. We had a wonderful time in Bar Harbor. Overall, despite some disappointment with our shore excursions, our cruise was a wonderful experience and we would love to go again in the not very distant future. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2018
We chose this cruise for the itinerary plus we got a good price with Planet cruise. The cabin was lovely and spacious. Staff were very good. Food was good and the bars were excellent. We bought the drinks package. This was worth it as ... Read More
We chose this cruise for the itinerary plus we got a good price with Planet cruise. The cabin was lovely and spacious. Staff were very good. Food was good and the bars were excellent. We bought the drinks package. This was worth it as the drinks are pricey. The only negative was the queuing to enter St Petersburg. This was not helped by RC excursion team insisting that their excursions go first. My advice just leave the ship ASAP. No one was stopped. We had an excellent tour of St Petersburg with Alla tours. Our guide Pauline was excellent. Other passengers were complaining about the ships excursions. We were a party of 5 with 3 cabins. We all had a brilliant time. We made our own way around Tallin, Riga and Helsinki. It was easy to get around. Would recommend this trip for all ages. You'll have A fab time. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2018
We just finished 3 B2B cruises that started in Ft. Lauderdale Florida. We crossed the Atlantic and the first segment terminated in Copenhagen. From there we did a Norwegian fjords cruise taking us back to Copenhagen. Followed by a Dave Koz ... Read More
We just finished 3 B2B cruises that started in Ft. Lauderdale Florida. We crossed the Atlantic and the first segment terminated in Copenhagen. From there we did a Norwegian fjords cruise taking us back to Copenhagen. Followed by a Dave Koz charter cruise to the Balkans. This was 31 days onboard the Serenade of the Seas. We changed cabins with every segment. That's the background, here's my impressions. The crew was fantastic, they were friendly, attentive to our needs and requests. And by the end of the 3rd cruise, they were treating us like family. The meals in the restaurant were better prepared that those we've experienced on Princess. We used anytime dining with a reservation. Because of this we typically got the same waiters. When we missed our reservation and they had to put us at another table, we typically got a different waiter. Because of this we did experience different waiters and I've got to say that there's a wide range in abilities in the wait staff. Some waiters were very good at getting things done efficiently and getting the correct plate to the right diner. Other waiters were slow and frequently confused dishes. The cabins were nicely appointed. We had superior balcony rooms. My only complaint would be the shower. And who doesn't complain about the shower. It's a tube shaped appliance that doesn't give you much room to bend over and scrub your toes. There's one more thing, make sure you pack some shampoo and conditioner. These items are no longer provided unless you're in a suite. Had I known, I would have grabbed them from the hotel we stayed in the night before departing on the cruise. We only booked excursions through Royal Caribbean. We booked when the excursions went on sale and at that point the prices were as good or better than any of the 3rd party excursion companies. All of the excursions we took were well done. Feedback from other cruisers that took some of the other excursions were similar. One note about one of our stops in the Baltic, we spent a day in St. Petersburg Russia. Near the end of the excursion we stopped at a shopping mall for the opportunity to purchase some souvenirs. Here's my advice, stay on the bus. The prices are ridiculous. There are several shops at the cruise terminal with much better prices and some of the vendors are quite willing to bargain. One item we were hoping to pickup was a stacking Christmas tree. Thankfully, they had some of these on the ship so we already knew what a reasonable price was. We couldn't find anything on shore that even came close. Guess what, we bought ours onboard. In the end, we had a great cruise. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2018
The dining and cabin services was excellent. We enjoyed the live entainment and games. The ports visited was second to none, we enjoyed the different culture and history, and the excursions was informative. The time spend on land should ... Read More
The dining and cabin services was excellent. We enjoyed the live entainment and games. The ports visited was second to none, we enjoyed the different culture and history, and the excursions was informative. The time spend on land should be a little longer so one can appreciate the history and lifestyle. Excellent variety of excursions at the various ports of call although some were quite expensive. The crew members was very friendly and always willing to assist is any way. The ship is very clean and well maintained for its age. The meals in WJ was good, but some consideration could be given for those who do not eat beef and pork, bur overall the meals was excellent. We enjoyed the evening shows and events, it was enjoyable. Overhall is was an enjoyable for our group of 14, and we had a wonderful time onboard and at the various ports. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2018
Like the smaller ships, and enjoyed the ports in the Southern Caribbean although 5 in a row left us tired and worn out. Should break up the port days with a day at sea. Staff always friendly, guest services always promptly answered your ... Read More
Like the smaller ships, and enjoyed the ports in the Southern Caribbean although 5 in a row left us tired and worn out. Should break up the port days with a day at sea. Staff always friendly, guest services always promptly answered your calls with satisfaction to your inquiries. Main dining room food quality great, service was SLOW though and not always did you receive what you ordered. Onboard selection of entertainers very good, and on-board 'company' dancers/singers always put on quality shows. Ship is old, casino very old, but ship well kept and clean. Avoid Bingo. Embarking quick, dis-embarking had major glitch and 1hr delay with port personnel not ships fault. Will not go on this ship again, not enough 'there' to want to go back to. Excursion staff very friendly and will go out of their way/the extra mile. We had mixed up our port dept time, and would have missed the excursion otherwise had they held the bus for us and had one of their personnel WALK us there! It turned out to be the best excursion boat trip too! RCI did not impress us as being so much better or worse than other lines to either avoid or only cruise with them either. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2017
We like the cruise because it was convenient for us leaving from Boston. This was our third time doing this repositioning cruise. The stops are really good. We booked again for next year. The ship was in need of a facelift and was ... Read More
We like the cruise because it was convenient for us leaving from Boston. This was our third time doing this repositioning cruise. The stops are really good. We booked again for next year. The ship was in need of a facelift and was heading to dry dock for some work after this cruise. They now have life guards that hover at the edge of the pool. I was swimming alone in the solarium pool and the guard stood over me. As I swam 20 feet to the other side he walked along with me. It felt very intrusive and could have been done better with some common sense. I saw eight people slip and fall on the pool deck. That seems to be the much bigger hazard. We had a great time at the Diamond Lounge. There were many fun loving people there and the bar tenders were great. We normally like to gamble every day but the table games that they had weren't great. There were several Black Jack tables that were always empty and the Caribbean Stud table was almost always empty. There was one 3 card Poker table that the dealer had to maker out a waiting list for. They could easily swap out one of the Black Jack tables for a Let It Ride Table. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
I was overall happy with cruise for the most part. I would rate the cruise as follows, 60% as fun, entertaining, and enjoyable. 40% not so much, a lot of waiting in lines on numerous occasions. Maybe this is normal, but as a veteran, the ... Read More
I was overall happy with cruise for the most part. I would rate the cruise as follows, 60% as fun, entertaining, and enjoyable. 40% not so much, a lot of waiting in lines on numerous occasions. Maybe this is normal, but as a veteran, the Army might be more efficient in this area and vets know what I mean, a lot of hurry up and wait. Dinning room meals were disappointing, buffet eating was better by far, more choices not as much waiting. But then you had to serve yourself, I know some people like to be waited on. Shows and entertainment venues were very good, lots of laughs. Room was better than expected, we were in room with large port hole window, I would recommend a balcony if on a warm weather cruise. This cruise had many seniors, of which I am one, so some patients is required from younger individuals. All in all I would go again in the future, I would not go on a ship that holds more than 2,500 people, I can't imagine a ship with up to 6,000 passengers. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2017
The main reason I (we) chose this cruise was because of the venue - fall colors. Although the colors had not yet peaked, the colors were turning and were quite beautiful It's all about timing (and luck). We were just a little too ... Read More
The main reason I (we) chose this cruise was because of the venue - fall colors. Although the colors had not yet peaked, the colors were turning and were quite beautiful It's all about timing (and luck). We were just a little too early to get the full advantage of the fall colors. But the venues were great - Hallifax, Portland, Bar Harbor and Boston - all great stops. Having sailed many time of Celebrity, I did see some difference in what was supplied in the staterooms. On Celebrity I always got shampoo, conditioner and body lotion. This did not happen on the RC cruise. We only got shampoo and we had to ask for additional bars of soap half way into the cruise. The crew on the ship were fantastic - very pleasant and helpful. We are looking forward to our cruise in February on the Serenade of the Seas to the Caribbean. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: August 2017
Generally we prefer the Oasis class ships due to the amazing entertainment, but we decided to give Serenade a try because of the itinerary. We did have a concern that 29 days on a smaller ship might get a bit old, but because the first ... Read More
Generally we prefer the Oasis class ships due to the amazing entertainment, but we decided to give Serenade a try because of the itinerary. We did have a concern that 29 days on a smaller ship might get a bit old, but because the first two cruises (Baltic and Norwegian Fjords) were so port intensive that we never felt tired of this ship. The final cruise, a TA stopping at Iceland and Halifax on its way to Boston, was fun as well. Seas a little choppy and windy in the beginning, but still had lots of fun. The staff was a great family and 29 days gave us plenty of time to become friendly with them all. Even our first captain (Thor) jammed on his guitar with Topi and the Topcats! While we were on-board they rolled out a new puzzle game played with teams...FUN! If there was a disappointment, it was the food. We did enjoy Chops several times during this adventure, but we found the dining room food was ordinary. However, that wouldn't stop us from taking this ship again if it does other equally exciting ports. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
We chose this cruise for the itinerary since we'd heard from multiple people that a Baltic cruise was a "must do". While we were very impressed with the ports of call, the ship left something to be desired. We had read that ... Read More
We chose this cruise for the itinerary since we'd heard from multiple people that a Baltic cruise was a "must do". While we were very impressed with the ports of call, the ship left something to be desired. We had read that the boat had recently been remodeled and you could tell that it had a minimal face lift - new carpet and artwork. The boat itself was very clean and the service was great, but that's the extent of nice things i can say about the boat itself - This cruise felt like a constant quest for RC to get as much money from you as possible - There were hardly any activities on board that didn't come at an additional cost. In the dining room, every menu came with "up charge" items and we were even told that we couldn't have breakfast in the dining room one morning because they were doing a brunch that was an additional $35. We ate in Chops Grille the last night of the cruise because of a good experience we had on another cruise and we were very disappointing. Our service was better in the main dining room and my husband had to send back his steak twice and it was still not correct. We wont be going back to chops again. The windjammer was pretty terrible as well. I was very surprised at the poor quality of the food on this cruise given the opposite experience we've had with RC on other cruises - we chalked it up to the fact that they were probably sourcing from different areas given the area of the world and had less selection. Room service is also no longer included outside of toast, coffee and pastries. Very dissapointed at how nickel and dimed we were given the cost of the cruise itself. Aside from the food - our service and experience was great. If i had to do it over again i would choose an itinerary that skipped Estonia and Latvia. Russia 2 day tour was fantastic but strenuous - be aware of that if you are not an active person. Finland Icebar tour way exceeded our expectations and ended up being a favorite. Estonia bike tours were a cluster. No organization, Not enough helmets, not enough warning for participants that you need to be a seasoned bike rider to do this tour. We were ok but lost 2 families along the way due to bike wrecks - the tour guides were not really keeping track of everyone either. Taste of Latvia tour was disappointing but cheap. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: June 2017
I didn't know much about Royal Caribbean that's why I wanted to try to make a cruise with them..and I certainly made a good choice!!! In my opinion the best one I have tried concerning Food and drinks...very good organization in ... Read More
I didn't know much about Royal Caribbean that's why I wanted to try to make a cruise with them..and I certainly made a good choice!!! In my opinion the best one I have tried concerning Food and drinks...very good organization in global and a nice ship .Recomendable.!!!!!! There are a lot of activities, evening shows are very pleasant. What definitely paid my attention is that the ship has a lot of bars and you don't have to wait long time to get your drink...everything goes very smoothly because there are a lot of possibilities to get your drinks on different floors on deck ship as well outside as inside. Very good organization to get on board and to go out, nearly the city so in many cases you can almost walking and otherwise they offer transporte possibilities quite smoothly. Good service on board, the only thing i would suggest...the best way to choose your cabin is in the middle of the ship..because with bad weather the ship can move a little bit, so if you have the possibility choose a good central cabin. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
Great itinerary and great time on this trip. Easy checkin and disembarkation. Getting into Russia was a little slow the first day but quick and easy the next two days. All ports where great, but Helsinki was our least favorite. We could ... Read More
Great itinerary and great time on this trip. Easy checkin and disembarkation. Getting into Russia was a little slow the first day but quick and easy the next two days. All ports where great, but Helsinki was our least favorite. We could have used another day at sea that day instead. Entertainment was good, food in main dining room was ok. We always found something we liked and our waiter and assistant made the experience fantastic. Awesome cabin steward, attentive and helpful. Cruise director was ok, not great but not bad. Ship was clean and well maintained, some areas could use some sprucing up, but all in all looked good. All cruises are what you make of them, instead of looking for negative things embrace everything else and enjoy everything else. The ports of call was a great selection and learning their history and enjoying the local flavors and brews makes the experience that much richer. We would go again in a second. Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
We flew into Copenhagen a couple of days early and explored on our own. Love that beautiful city. We took a taxi to the cruise port at our assigned time and check in was a breeze. We were onboard and at the buffet by 1:30 pm. Our ... Read More
We flew into Copenhagen a couple of days early and explored on our own. Love that beautiful city. We took a taxi to the cruise port at our assigned time and check in was a breeze. We were onboard and at the buffet by 1:30 pm. Our luggage was outside our cabin when we got back from lunch. I will do our review in sections: Cabin - we were in cabin 7158. It was dated, but nice. The half sofa was quite stained, but I just put towels on it. The bed was comfy and I brought my own pillow, so I can't comment on the pillows. The balcony is large. It does have an extension that goes out over the lifeboats, but it isn't obstructed in anyway. Our cabin steward was Daisy and we hardly saw her, but our room was always made up and had cute towel animals each night. Windjammer - if you got there for breakfast around 7:00 - 7:30, it wasn't too crowded and you could always easily find a table. Later than that, and you would have to search a little harder for a table. I thought the food in the Windjammer was really good and there was always something I liked. I used the omelet station almost every morning (because I was there early) Reflections Dining Room - we were a group of 6 and we always do the traditional set dining time. Our time was 6:00 pm. Our waiters were Mikhail and Reggie and they pampered us. The food was good - but they just don't have the selections they used to. (thus the reason I miss the old days) And you used to get lobster on formal nights, but alas ... now it is offered every night ... for $40 extra!! But the menu choices we made were always delicious. Shows - we only went to a couple of shows and they were good. We loved Toby and the (somebody) Dogs. Toby is the cruise director, and man he puts on a good 50's - 60's show. I miss the old midnight grand buffets - especially the ones with the ice sculptures. But, oh well - all the cruise lines have cut them. Tour Excursions - well organized and on time. No complaints. STOCKHOLM - I didn't care for our Stockholm tour that much - Old Town and Royal Palace. The Palace is dark and they are renovating about every other room in it - tarps and stuff everywhere (we were informed it won't be done for several years) - But hey, we are the ones that chose that tour. ESTONIA - we did the Soviet Experience Tour and we loved it. Our friends did the Country and Old Town Tour (I think that's the name) and they loved it. For us, experiencing what it was like during the communist rule was very interesting - and it was also fun because our tour guide had some humorous stories as well. After the tour, we wandered around the Old Town and did some shopping. It was great. ST. PETERSBURG - we took the Grand St. Petersburg and Hermitage Tour. We really enjoyed it and the Hermitage (Winter Palace) was breathtaking. One thing I didn't care for was that our tour guide was so into the famous paintings there and she spent so much time interpreting what the painter had in mind, that we just blew through the Russian History and Rominov stuff, so she could hurry and get to the next painting. I love art -- but I love history too. The lunch was good and in a neat little restaurant. We also toured St. Isaac's Cathedral. It is so old and so beautiful. I can't believe the communist left that Christian cathedral alone. The Church of Spilt Blood was amazing. (we didn't go inside) All the other photo stops and the shopping stop was well worth it. HELSINKI - we happened to port on the day of the funeral of the PM of Finland and most everything was closed. Luckily, we had signed up for the Glimpse of Porvoo, which is about 45 minutes out of Helsinki. What a cute little town and all the shops were open. COPENHAGEN - since our flight was later, we took the Royal Copenhagen w/airport transfer tour. We went to the Little Mermaid (and I mean little) - talk about c r o w d e d!! Then we toured Christianborg Palace and Rosenborg Palace. Loved them. We just enjoyed this cruise so much. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2017
This was our first cruise, so we don't have anything to compare it to, but think it went very well. We had rough seas on two of our cruise days, which gave me a bout of seasickness, but luckily my travelmates didn't have any ... Read More
This was our first cruise, so we don't have anything to compare it to, but think it went very well. We had rough seas on two of our cruise days, which gave me a bout of seasickness, but luckily my travelmates didn't have any issues. I had brought sea bands and Dramamine, which helped a little, but not completely. We picked this cruise because our friends were interested in a 10 day Caribbean cruise and we wanted to sale Royal Caribbean because of its good reviews. They also wanted to be on a somewhat smaller ship. Embarkation was fairly quick - there was a line to get one but it moved along pretty well and didn't take very long. Short lines for the embarkation photos. Crew: There were only a couple crew members that were less than spectacular - one of them we only saw the first day and he was gone when we left port, so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt that it might have been an end to a long tour. The other was not the most pleasant, but did his job satisfactory. We had quite a few great staff - our room steward was amazingly helpful, the photo staff was awesome...all the staff were very helpful. Cleanliness: One thing I was especially impressed with was how much the ship crew tried to make sure everyone stayed healthy on the ship. This year, I seem to have caught every bug there is, so I was worried about catching something on the ship. There were hand sanitizer stations at the entrance of every room, and when entering dining areas, staff were by those stations and directing people to use them or provided hand sanitizer directly by hand. Additionally, the crew noted they would not be shaking hands but instead doing fist bumps. I was really happy to see the efforts made for that. Add-ons: We bought the deluxe drink package, which I think was completely worth it. We used a lot of the bottled water in the ports and had drinks in the evenings. My boyfriend bought a Wi-Fi package, which we shared. I think the wi-fi package was worth the money for sharing, but didn't consider it a "value" like we did the drink package. There are some benefits to not being connected, haha. But it was enough we could just work emails, which was the main item we needed. We also purchased the digital only photo package. One of the photographers was especially fun and seeing him was the highlight of our trip. We had over 150 photos at the end, which I consider a bargain for $99. All of our packages we purchased prior to getting on the ship, which was cheaper. Food & Activity: For the main dining room, our group of 4 was placed at a table of 8 and they other group was amazingly fun. The only downside is we had 8:00 dining, which meant we generally missed a lot of the "parties" and other items going on in the evening. If I did it again, I think I would do the "My Time" Dining so there would be more flexibility. We were able to make it to a Love & Marriage game that started at 10, which was very fun, along with sitting in on karaoke a couple of times, but almost all of the main activities in the evening started at 7-7:30 so we always missed them. The leveling pool tables were pretty fun but usually crowded. We also did a Mystery Dinner in Giovanni's one night, which was entertaining and the food was amazing. We did three specialty dining experiences on the ship. The first night, Izumi had their prices at half off, which was a great value and their food and service was amazing. For awhile, we were the only people in the restaurant, so if you want to experience specialty dining, I would definitely say doing it the first day is the way to go. We had read they usually have discounts, which turned to be true. Izumi is ala carte, so you pay as you go for any food you order. We also did Chops Grille steakhouse one night. The presentation of the food was lovely, but the food was just ok. Definitely not bad, but nothing too spectacular. For that restaurant, you had a cover charge for food ordered. Our Giovanni experience was part of the Mystery Dinner and their food was excellent. For our port days, we were mostly off the ship. Most of the people on the cruise were older than us (we were in our 30s/40s) and the activities during the day were things like knitting, learning to make towel animals, etc. I think if we had stayed on the ship, we might have been a bit bored. I would be interested in trying a larger ship next time, as our table mates said there is a bit more to do on them. Because of the size of the ship, the pool areas, etc. seemed to always be crowded and they didn't have much space to take pictures on formal days. Spa: We did do two spa packages - a couples massage and a couples stone massage. The massage was alright - my masseuse was not as good as my partner's, but overall was good. The spa had a mistake upon booking so we ended up not getting the service what we made an appointment for (couples massage and ritual bath), which was a bit disappointing but overall worked out. They very much pushed products after the massage, but our friends who also had a couples massage said their masseuse asked them politely afterwards if they were interested in hearing about products before diving into the sales speech, so I think how hard you get products pushed on you depends on the person. For our stone massage, I had a different masseuse and it was absolutely amazing. We had some scheduling and payment issues with our spa that were straightened out in the end, but kind of left us with a feeling they were trying to trick us into paying more if we weren't careful. Overall, it was a good experience, but I would suggest anyone booking spa appointments should confirm what their appointment is when they come at the time of their appointment to avoid issues like we had. Fitness: I only used the fitness facilities a couple of times, but they were very nice. It was really warm in the gym area. They offered classes that were mostly an extra cost aside from a few stretching ones. I did a yoga class which was good, but a bit awkward because the class was held in the middle of the gym, so people on the treadmills were facing us during the class. They had a variety of equipment and held several seminars on healthy eating, etc. throughout the cruise. Ports: We enjoyed all of our ports and shore excursions, with the exception of our first one at Tortula. Our original excursion got cancelled because of rough seas, so we ended up with the Norman Snorkeling. That was the only disappointing excursion we had - we were supposed to go snorkeling in two different areas, but instead they had us snorkel in two areas and go to a beach. The add-on of the beach meant that in our second snorkel spot, we had just got off the ship when they honked to have us all get back on. Everyone seemed very disappointed as the 2nd site was Norman Island, and the main snorkeling site. I will try to add more information on the other ports later. Disembarking: We were alerted by our Compass to the fact that our port at Ft. Everglades was the only one in the country that allows Mobile Pass, which is an app you can download that helps speed up customs. We downloaded the app and between that and using Luggage Valet, we were off the ship and in a taxi within 15 minutes of leaving the ship. I would highly recommend using Luggage Valet - it's $25/person, and you don't have to worry about overweight charges, so we were able to come back with baggage slightly heavier without any worries. It was awesome to be able to go to the airport with only our backpacks and not worry about luggage until reaching our home airport. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2017
We were 3 friends cruising together and not for the first time. We choose this boat because of the destinations. We cruised with different cruise line before and we always reserved a suite with balcony. Due to spring break the only thing ... Read More
We were 3 friends cruising together and not for the first time. We choose this boat because of the destinations. We cruised with different cruise line before and we always reserved a suite with balcony. Due to spring break the only thing available was a deluxe stateroom. It was the first time we cruised on a ship that old. There was a bit of rust but the employees were trying to maintain the ship. There was a lot of old people cruising with us and not a lot of children. It was very quiet and it was OK. No teenager and screaming to disturb the peace. I really appreciated that. The deluxe stateroom with balcony was in fact small, old and not very comfortable. You could see that it was in need of a renovation but it was clean. The attendant came at least 3 times a day to take care of everything. The bed was OK but the 3rd person was sleeping on a mini coach transforming in a bed at night. Let me tell you that it's not made for an adult. It was like sleeping on a plank of wood. The bathroom was tiny and if you are a bit overweight you might not fit in the shower. Don't lose your soap because you have to stop the shower and open the door to be able to retrieve it. We were dining on MY TIME and it was great. The food was really good and the presentation was amazing. We always had the same table and dining at the same time. Our 2 wait staff were very polite and friendly. The service was fast and without any mistake. We were seating near a window and it was great. We even took a tour of the kitchen and talked with the head chef and he explained the way it was working to feed almost 3000 people a day. Let me tell you they know what they are doing... Rooms service was free until the end of our cruise and you need to be very specific on what you want. Ex: you order food for 3 persons and they bring you only 2 cups for the coffee. Since march 28, you will have to pay a fee of $7.95 for each delivery at your room. The entertainment at night was fun. Great shows at the theater, it was not Las Vegas but it was entertaining. We saw something different every night. The Casino was not bad at all. We had movies on the big screen on the last deck a couple of night but it was very cold. There was always musicians at the Centrum and people were dancing. The pool deck was OK. The pool is not big at all. The shops are at the minimum and in one hour you will see everything they offer. You also have the art gallery. There was about 150 different shore excursions. We booked one for every port we visited and we did it on the first day of the cruise to make sure we were in on what we wanted to see. It was about sight seeing, panoramic drive and beach. They were all on time and the guides were very upcoming and friendly. The security on board was the same has any other ship. Overall, we had a great vacation. For our next cruise in 2018 we will make sure to reserve on a newer ship. We like our comfort too much. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2016
We drove down from South Carolina the day prior to the cruise and stayed at the hampton Inn Fort Lauderdale Airport / Cruise port. They have a deal were parking in included in the room price for seven nights. The extra 3 nights cost ... Read More
We drove down from South Carolina the day prior to the cruise and stayed at the hampton Inn Fort Lauderdale Airport / Cruise port. They have a deal were parking in included in the room price for seven nights. The extra 3 nights cost $10.00 per night. It also included 2- shuttle tickets to the port. We needed 4 and the extra passes were $10.00 per ticket. We've decided that our next cruise we'll take a taxi as upon return the taxi to the hotel cost less than $25 for four of us included the $5.00 tip. The Hampton Inn was nice with a small pool, but nothing to brag about. We would stay here again. We always like to arrive at the port early so we can be on board early and get some pool time. We arrived at 10;45 and were onboard by 11:15 sitting by the pool. Included in our group we myself, wife and 2 - 13 year olds. Since we were early embarkation was a breeze. We stayed on deck 3 which was very nice. We have a great room stewart as always. The cabin seemed to be slightly larger than other rooms we've stayed in. The main dining room was good, but not great. Service seemed a little slow at times, but nothing to too awful. We ate here about half the nights. We ate 2 nights at Izumi and it was wonderful. If you enjoy Asian food, I highly recommend Izumi. We also ate at Giovanni's and it was wonderful as well. We ate most of our lunch meals and one night at Windjammer. It's all good buffet style food. The dinner night the food seemed to be especially good, so might give it a try at night. A few miscellaneous things: My 2-13 years had a blast. As always they made friends and had a great time. Service for the most part was fantastic. The Christmas and New Years Eve activities were very fun. Based on conversations with bar staff, they did raise prices at the bars particually on sparkling wines and champaine. I thought overall the ship was in good repair, but does need a little TLC. My wife and I both purchased the drink package and found it worth the money and it makes the transaction of buying a drink easier as there is no check to sign.. average drink prices are: beer: $6-7 fruity drinks $8-12, with most being $12 liquer pours $8-10 I had a bloody mary in the morning, a couple drinks during the day, a glass of wine or two with supper and a drink or two during a show. Overall I enjoyed my experience and would return again. Read Less
10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2016
Greeting Folks,, I am sharing my thoughts on our recent first ever cruise. We chose Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of The Seas because of it’s size (not a mega sized ship) and from reports from users who have sailed with this specific ... Read More
Greeting Folks,, I am sharing my thoughts on our recent first ever cruise. We chose Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of The Seas because of it’s size (not a mega sized ship) and from reports from users who have sailed with this specific ship. The focus of the trip was to celebrate our 27th Wedding Anniversary and to escape from Canada’s prolific Winter Wonderland for a couple of weeks. I will provide an overview of our experience in a somewhat narrative style. At the end I will provide a link to a small viideo/photo montage of our trip. Please note all excursions were booked through Royal Caribbean prior to departing Canada. Day 1. We departed from Ottawa Canada, via Montreal, on Air Canada en-route to the ship’s port city of Fort Lauderdale. It was recommended that due to the potential uncertainty of winter travelling (especially from certain parts of Canada), it would be prudent to give ourselves sufficient time in case of weather related flight delays. This allowed us to relax for a day before boarding the ship on day 2. We stayed at the Rodeway Inn for the one night. Our impressions of Rodeway Inn. The facility is clean and I would rate it as a 3 star establishment. We were picked up at KFLL with their airport shuttle service. When we arrived, it took some time for check in as service seemed rather slow. Once we received our room key, we went to our designated room to drop off our luggage. We decided to go for lunch and immediately discovered upon leaving our room, that the door would not lock. After confirming this a couple of times, we let the front desk know and they sent someone over who then proceeded to reinforce the door hinges with an electric drill. I was somewhat sceptical as to the effectiveness of the procedure, but it seemed to do the trick. The only eating establishment within walking distance was the Marina 84 Bar & Grill. While it looked to be a part of the Rodeway building, I found out it was not owned by the hotel. Food was pretty decent; some alcoholic drink prices seemed somewhat high, but that may have more to do with the fact that there were no other competitive establishments close by. Day 2 / 3 / 4 Pre-Boarding Rodeway again provided shuttle service to the ship terminal. This shuttle was not free however. I believe it was $2 US/ per person. We chose to get to the terminal early (again through advice given to us) in order to see if we could beat the crowds. As it turned out we did end up close to the front of the line, but the terminal doors did not open for almost an our after we arrived. Checkin was fairly straightforward; basically like at the airport. We had all of our documents printed (baggage tags / sea pass docs etc) so we went through very quickly. We were assigned to a specific seating area in groups, as they were boarding the ship in sections. Once our turn for boarding came up we were photographed (I guess to match the sea pass) and allowed to board the ship. On Board We tried not to look too much like cruise newbies, but failed miserably. We did not care :) It was a great first time experience. The basic things that we initially saw are captured in the video montage. Given that we had over two days of sailing prior to reach our first port of call, we made good use of the time getting to know the ship and her crew. Everyone was genuinely helpful and very pleasant. The ship was clean and easy to get around. I have read other reviews that say the ship seemed worn and is overdue for refurbishment, but maybe it was because this was my first cruise and I have no prior frame of reference; but It looked great to me. Our ocean view balcony stateroom seemed (surprisingly) larger than I expected it to be. I really could not tell from the pictures that I pored over while planning for the trip, but the room was very comfortable. More than enough closet and drawer space for two people. We were very happy with the room. Food The stories we had heard leading up to our first cruise made us think you would be wading in food! :). Food was in abundance, but we learned through others we met on board that the amount (and to some extent, quality) has somewhat diminished. The main food area is the Windjammer Cafe and for me, the quality varied from day to day. Sometimes the lunch menu was better than the dinner menu, and vice versa. We did book one night (our anniversary) in the Chops Specialty restaurant and that was exquisite. We really enjoyed that. We ate two or three times in the Reflections dining room for dinner and one time for breakfast. Two of the three dinners were average, with one being good. The one breakfast did not fare so well, but your mileage may vary. It took me 4 days to discover that you could order seconds when eating in Reflections and it took 5 days for me to find out that the desserts in Cafe Latitudes was free. :) The Park cafe had good salad selections and was my favourite spots for getting toasted bagels with cream cheese and salmon. Entertainment We attended Shows in the Tropical theatre that included Stand-Up Comics, Musicals etc. For the most part, were pretty good, but with varying quality. To be fair, it would depend on your own tastes and preferences. We tried to see a movie one afternoon in the ships cinema, but it was full. We discovered that whatever was showing in the cinema, was also available on your stateroom TV. Other Activities You will never be able (nor would you want) to do every scheduled activity onboard. We took part in a couple trivia games; watched a World Sexiest Man contest by the main pool (I cannot honestly say what possessed me to do so), as well as a Belly Flop Competition. We did discover our favourite spot on the ship - The Safari Lounge. especially sitting right by the floor to ceiling windows at the stern of the ship. A nice place to chill out with a book. Meeting Others We had missed a first time cruisers meeting on the 1st or 2nd day at sea, but invariably met people while dining. After two dinner bookings by ourselves in Reflections, we wanted to just join in at a group table to get to know others. Ports of Call We had selected the 10-Day Southern Caribbean itinerary that included the following Islands: Day 4 - Tortola BVI No planned excursions. We just walked around town. We did not really get to see any location highlights. Day 5 - St. Kitts - Plantation and Beach Excursion The only real hiccup in an otherwise fantastic cruise. The excursion itself was very good, but there was a fair bit of initial miscommunication pertaining to where and what time to meet for a planned day excursion. We were told to wait in a specific section on the pier after disembarking. We sat under a tent for about 35 minutes. I got up to look at the signs other excursion reps were holding up, but did not see ours. Went to the washroom nearby and when I exited I just happened to be passing by someone with a sign with really small print, and discovered it was our excursion. I confirmed that with them and they said they had been waiting for almost 20 minutes for the “final two” passengers. I was somewhat put out as we were told twice too just wait by the tent. No one called out that the excursion was boarding and we were not told how to find our excursion rep. I took it up with Guest Services after we got back on board later and they apologized. I did recommend that things should be more organized. Day 6 - Dominica - Rain Forest Excursion Our excursion on this island was to the Rain Forest. We had an excellent tour guide and thoroughly enjoyed this small island and its people. Day 7 - Antigua No planned excursion as we just walked around the capital city of St Johns. Again, not really much to see given that we were limited to just a small radius around the ship Day 8 - St. Maarten - Our Anniversary - Island Tour Excursion of The French & Dutch Sides Our most disappointing excursion, as our expectations were not met. The tour guide diligently pointed out things such as car dealerships, supermarkets, high schools and a few statues located in roundabouts. I guess I was looking for more on the history of the island, landmarks such as a fort up on a hill were only given a passing mention. We were brought to what I can only describe as “tourist traps”. Stalls selling locally crafted clothing and trinkets. We would have been better served if we took ourselves to a beach for the day. Please do not get me wrong. I do not begrudge anyone trying to make a living in these islands. For the most part that is their only source of livelihood, but if you have to navigate the same scene at every port of call and while on an excursion, it can become a bit tedious. Lessons learned I suppose. Given that this was our first cruise, we opted to “play it safe” as far as excursions went. Now with one cruise under our belt, we are already defining what we will do differently next time. Arriving Back In Florida Our flight back to Canada was scheduled to leave at 1:50pm, but we left the ship early due to the fact the ship had set a later than expected disembarkation time. We had previously booked a shuttle from the terminal to the airport for 9am, so we had to push our off ship time earlier to make the shuttle. Getting back to Canada was disruptive due to flights being affected by east coast winter weather…and yes our luggage made it home one day after we did. Better then, than on the cruise, so we are not complaining. Summary and Conclusion This was one of the best vacations I can ever recall taking. It has adjusted my viewpoint on all-inclusive resorts. I guess I have gotten the bug because I definitely will be planning to do this again in different geographic locations. Hopefully I have been able to give a sense of what a first cruise feels like, but it goes without saying it will be a different experience for everyone. One thing I know, there is a lot more to cruising that I am yet to learn. Video Montage (approx 16min) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTx62TEu3x8 Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2016
We chose this cruise because we had not been on this itinerary before and it seemed like a good alternative to the Caribbean. When we first booked the cruise, over 1 year before sailing, our travel agent told us that the only option for ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we had not been on this itinerary before and it seemed like a good alternative to the Caribbean. When we first booked the cruise, over 1 year before sailing, our travel agent told us that the only option for dining was my time dining. When we met with our travel agent he asked us which seating we had chosen and explained that he had earlier told us that there was no seating times and only my-time. So I am not sure if he messed up when we booked or that the cruise line later added the two seating times. Our travel agent believes that with my-time you can just show up and let them know you would like to eat, that is far from the truth. Luckily I found on the cruise website that you can preset your my-time dining times as opposed to waiting until you are on the ship. There was always someone waiting to be seated that did not have a reservation and was handed one of the vibrating pagers waiting for a table to open up. The next big problem with the my-time dining is that the waiter is dealing with multiple tables that are in various stages of eating their meal, from waiting to order, getting their appetizer, getting their main course or waiting for their dessert. It really does take an organized person to be able to keep up with all of this. For the first three nights we were sat at a different table each night and found that the 3 waiter was struggling with all of this. On the fourth night we were seated at Yaser's table and we new we found a winner. Yaser made the dinner wonderful and we made sure we were seated at one of Yaser's tables each of the remaining nights. It was explained to me by a dining services manager that the servers in the my-time dining room are the more experienced servers, which makes sense when you realize how much they have to juggle. It has been about 3 years since our last cruise and I found that the food in the main dining room was not up to the level I expected or had experienced in the past. One night we had a pork dish that had very salty sauce. Another night I had a pork dish where I found the meat to be tough. Some nights we found the variety to be lacking as well. We used the Windjammer buffet for breakfast and lunch every day with the exception for two lunches we at while off the ship. I found the food to be very good for a buffet with one complaint about the breakfast. I like lox (smoked salmon) with breakfast and was disappointed to find it was not available on the breakfast buffet. I asked someone about it and was please when he said he would get it for me. I asked for lox probably 3-4 times and was gladly provided with it. So why not have it on the buffet? The other complaint was that on the last morning, departure morning, why are the usual assortment of pastries available when it appears the rest of the breakfast is normal? I really liked their chocolate covered doughnuts and was disappointed there were none. This cruise was our 25th anniversary and I had ordered a dozen roses for my wife 3 days before the cruise. When we got on the ship I was surprised to find they were not in the room but thought they might show up after dinner. They did not and I managed to slip away from my wife to go to guest services to ask about the roses on Monday. I was told by the representative that they would look into it and let me know. I told him not to leave a message as I didn't want my wife to get the message. I checked back with him later that day and he said he has not yet heard back from the corporate office and I should check back the next day. When I did he informed me that someone was getting them from the port we were in and I should have them later that day, saying he would call and ask for me if my wife answered. He called and said I could pick them up at guest services. I was able to sneak away from my wife and get down to guest services and asked him to please have them delivered to my room, since they should have been anyway. When we got back after dinner I was surprised to find a dozen roses sitting on the table, without water or a vase. I returned to guest services to ask them to please provide a vase which they did the next day. It would have been nice to have them from the 1st day and not half way thru the cruise. After a few days on the ship we found our message light flashing on the phone only to find that there was no message. I had reported this to guest services and it was still flashing. I also reported this to our room steward and she seamed to be able to get it cleared, but only for a few hours and then it came back on. The problem was we have three children in college and told them that if they needed us to call the cabin and leave a message. So each time we entered the room we had to keep checking the phone to see if someone left a message. When the light first came on it was noticed during the middle of the night and we thought we missed a call. Makes for a disturbing nights. I was told this happens, but you would think they would fix it. I found my cell phone would shift from land based cellular service to the ship based service when we were sailing but had difficulty in receiving text messages at times. Initially my wife and I had chosen 2 ship based excursions, one in Saint John NB and the other in Halifax. In Saint John I wanted to the the Bay of Fundy and Fundy trail. I specifically wanted to see the sea caves in St Martins. I had contacted the cruise line's excursion department to get specifics about the excursions. The usually responded in about 24-36 hours with answers to my questions but could not provide the exact information I wanted as to whether or not we would be able to walk out to the sea caves given the tour time and the time of low tide. I asked the excursion desk once on board the ship and was told they would look into it. It was not until the night before we were in Saint John that I finally got a message from the excursion desk telling me that they heard from the tour operator and that we would not be able to walk out to the caves. I had already cancelled the excursion anyway because I could not wait for them to reply. For Halifax we were going to take the excursion to Peggy's cove. After plenty of research on this website I realized that I could book my own excursions and not rely on the cruise line, and save a lot of money. We rented a car in Portland, Saint John and Halifax. In Portland we drove to six lighthouses, google it, and then went to Kennebunkport using Enterprise which picked us up at the ship and would return us back, but we chose to walk back. In Bar Harbor I booked a tour with Acadia tours as well as walked the shore path and walked out to Bar Island at low tide. In Saint John we rented a car from Avis and drove straight out to St Martins and the Fundy trail. Originally the trail was supposed to be closed for cars as of Columbus day but they had extended the opening which we found out from the Avis rep. After driving the Fundy trail and seeing the Salmon river we returned to St Martins and had lunch at the Caves restaurant, which has the best seafood chowder I have ever had. In Halifax we rented a car and drove to Peggy's cove as then on to the Flight 111 memorial and some other coves on the way back to Halifax. We returned the car and then walked up to the Citadel which was worth the admission. I am so glad I did the research and did our own thing, plus saved a lot of money. The highlights were Kennebunkport and the sea caves. All of the cruise employees we met on the ship were very friendly and eager to help out. The ship was very nice and we found it be very clean. We had an inside cabin on deck 8 and found it to be adequate and what we expected. One lesson I learned was to bring a nightlight as the room is totally dark when all the lights are out. The only issue we had with noise was people letting their door slam shut or people slamming drawers closed. We were a little disappointed in the amount of activities going on while at sea and wonder if it has more to do with the weather being to cold for pool based activities. The entertainment that was brought onto the ship was great but we found the ship based shows to be okay but nothing to rave about. The Vibeology show could have been better, it's tough to listen to an Elvis song sung by a woman, same thing with Beatles tunes. The one issue I had with the shows was that on the last night there was only one show time offered and the main act, the comedian was only given about 25 minutes of time. He was funny and it would have been nice if he was given the same amount of time the other acts were given on previous nights. My wife would have attended some of the aerobics classes but was not willing to pay for them, that was a disappointment. In the past there was not a fee for these classes. We drove to the port from our home and parking was $20 a day and the parking lot is about 1 block away. I recommend RCCL and would recommend this itinerary. However I will not do it again anytime soon since there is a limited amount of sights to see or things to do in each port. Read Less
Serenade of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.3
Dining 4.0 4.0
Entertainment 5.0 3.7
Public Rooms 5.0 4.3
Fitness Recreation 5.0 4.0
Family 5.0 4.0
Shore Excursion 3.0 3.9
Enrichment 1.0 3.5
Service 5.0 4.4
Value For Money 5.0 3.9
Rates 4.0 4.3

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