8 Tampa Expedition Cruise Reviews

Exotic Western Carribean. NCL Dawn Cruisers: Ccboltie (52) and DD Katie (22) Day 1 After waking up in the middle of the night due to daylight savings time, we landed in Tampa at 9 am. We took a taxi to the port and were able to ... Read More
Exotic Western Carribean. NCL Dawn Cruisers: Ccboltie (52) and DD Katie (22) Day 1 After waking up in the middle of the night due to daylight savings time, we landed in Tampa at 9 am. We took a taxi to the port and were able to check our luggage with a porter. We walked to channel side and found a little chocolate shop. The pastries were great but the iced coffee was pretty bad! We were able to check in at 10:30 and boarded within the hour. It may be the easiest check in ever! We had lunch on deck then sided to go to our room. The cabin is definitely smaller than carnival but the bathroom was better. We decided to do the spa tour, with the hope of winning a prize. The gave some short demonstration and the hot stone massage felt great, but at $195 I think I will pass. Of course it is one big sales pitch, but the prizes sound awesome. After a mercifully short boat drill (no life jackets required). We went on deck and snagged a drink (my first BBC) while the ship sailed away from Tampa. Then back to the spa for the prize drawing, since you needed to be present to win. There were less than 100 people, so our odds were pretty good. Alas we did not win a prize, but I was impressed with the gym and spa. Katie signed up for a TRX class for 8 am the nextday. We like to dress up, so we did. There was definitely a line for the Venitian but the gave us a pager. We went to the reservation desk and made dinner reservations for 7:30 each night and by then our table was ready. We had a little table for 2 and the service was very prompt. Hard to believe it but I almost miss that first awkward dinner of meeting your table mates. The onion soup was average but I have to say the surf and turf was quite good. The cheesecake was definitely better than the chocolate torte. After a short walk around the deck, it was time for bed! Day 2 I have read some complaints about the beds, but I have to say I slept very well. We woke up early, oh wait we need to turn the clock back an hour so it is really 6 am. We decided to get coffee and watch the sun rise. I was surprised at all the early risers in the cafe. We made our way to the quiet zone at the front of the ship. It was quite windy but we persevered and were rewarded with a beautiful sunrise! What a great start! I did an hour on the treadmill while Katie took her class TRX class. She said it was well worth the cost of admission. After the M&G we found a couple of deck chairs. It was a very windy day and the ship was really rocking. The pi'a coladas were frosty and the sun was shinning. You couldn't ask for more. We spent the afternoon on deck and realized that spray sunscreen was a mistake. We both ended up with odd sunburns where the spray must have blown away. We happily put on our cocktail dresses and scored a glass of champaign. I couldn't talk Katie into a photo with the captain but we did a formal portrait. Then on to Gatsby's for a champaign cocktail. Dinner reservations made the dining experience much more pleasant. The Cesar salad was crisp and the NY strip was cooked to perfection and the green beans were tasty. The deserts were once again disappointing. Day 3- Roatan, Honduras We turned the clock back another hour, so of course we were up fairly early. Breakfast on the Garden cafe was very good and I think the omelet was even better than the dinning room. It is a little overcast, hopefully it will clear up for our tour. We watched the ship come into port. The music had a very jungle like beat and the native dancing was entertaining. We booked the Dolphin encounter and swim at Anthony Key Resort with NCL, and Katie is really looking forward to the experience. Twelve of us boarded the van for a short ride to AKR. The resort itself was gorgeous. We took a short boat ride to Bailey Key where we entered the crystal clear bay to meet Out trainer and the gorgeous Gracie. We learned about dolphins including the fact that they weigh 500 lbs and eat 40 lbs of fish a day. Our group of 5 had many opportunities to pet her. After our hug and kiss shots the let us grab our own cameras. We had plenty of photo ops and got to see Gracie do several jumps with her daughter. Then we donned our fins and snorkels. A trainer guided us through the most amazing experience. We swam in the bay, which is home to 20 Dolphins. The soon came to play and we were told to dive down and grab some sea gradd, the dolphins will take sea grass right from your hand. There was a baby who was quite curious and sure enough she took it right from my hand! They seemed to enjoy interacting with us. It was so much fun to see Katie dive down and twist and turn, the dolphins loved it too. The dolphins love were free to come and go as they pleased. It was definitely something I will remember for a long time. Katie said it is the closest she will ever come to being a mermaid. We were then escorted to the gift shop where we purchased the amazing photos for a very reasonable price of $50 w all of our pics. I had plenty of time to grab our passports, since they had a stand set up to prove a stamp. All in all an excellent day in Roatan. A short nap was in order. After dinner we went to the Cirque du Soleil style show with Jocko & Maria. It was both graceful and athletic. We quite enjoyed the performance, It made Katie want to go to circus school! Then it was on to dancing with the dawn stars. Alas Katie did not get picked but it was fun to watch! Day 4 -Belize City Another dreary cool day. We obtained tender tickets and made it to shore easily, no long waiters. We checked in with Eco tours and had about a 40 minute wait. I was optimistic that the sun would come out, but that never happened. After a 30 minute boat ride, we made it to the island. The girls thought it looked small, but it was exactly what I expected.it was so windy and cool that it was hard to appreciate. The sea was quite rough, however the call soon went out for those who wanted to snorkel. We took a boat out to the reef and were all given a life preserver. I thought I would wrap around my wrist so that I could dive down but after the first big wave I quickly put it around my waist as did the others in our group. The water was quite warm and visibility wasn't bad but the wind and waves made it a struggle. The guide did his best to point out what fish there were and he dove down several times to bring up sea creatures. Although I saw some interesting coral it was difficult to enjoy with the conditions. We finally made it back to shore and I can honestly saw we all were just greatful to make it back. The small silver lining was that we were no longer cold. After a long wait in the BBQ line we were told no lobster, just chicken. Although tasty, it was another disappointment. In hindsight, I am surprised that they took us out to the island, it would have made more sense to cancel and offer us a different tour. I can see that in good weather it would have been paradise, but we were ally quite happy to leave and head back to the ship. We were able to get right back on the ship and were more than ready for a nap. We had 7:30 reservations for Cagney's. the atmosphere and service were outstanding and the food was top notch. The crab cakes were delicious, although Katie didn't care for the lobster bisque. I opted for the filet and famous parmesean fries with truffle oil and Katie had the small filet with a lobster tail, an extra cost but well worth the extra $8. The food lived to it billing and the Coffee made in a French press and was the perfect end to the meal! Back to the room for a quick change into our whites and up to the pool party with the "white hot angels", yes the cruise staff actually had on wings. It was without a doubt the best pool party I have ever been to on a ship! We all bought a coveted blinky cup (mission accomplished) Day 5 - Costa Maya I was on deck in time to see the ship dock, I definitely get the fishing village vibe. And lookat that, the sun is out! So excited for our day at Maya Chan! After a short bus ride we arrived in paradise. The resort is very natural and we were quickly shown to our palapa. We bypassed the welcome punch for the special of the day, a watermelon daiquiri. It was a beautiful sunny day, but very windy. I quickly found on of the floats and hit the water. Yes there is sea grass and the surf was quite churned up, but it did nothing to detract from our day! In fact, it just seemed very authentic. There was plenty of privacy if you wanted it, but we chose to chat with some of the other CC folks. We opted out of the snorkel since the seas were again quite choppy. I watched as the chopped my coconut for a fresh coco loco, which they delivered to us in the sea. We moved on to watermelon margaritas and they were absolutely delicious! The ratings on trip advisor are well deserved! The taco buffet was superb. Be sure to try the sea bass cook in white wine, butter and garlic, it was fabulous. Katie did a 30 minute massage and she said it was do amazing I decided to try myself. It was so relaxing with the sound of the surf and the ocean breeze. It certainly lived up to the billing and at $25 was an absolute bargain! All too soon 3 pm arrived and it was time to take the taxi back to port. There was no better way to spend the day, I highly recommend this resort. Great drinks, food and service, Maya Chan exceeded our very high expectations. We can't wait to go back! Day 6 Cozumel Every 5 weeks the dawn tenders and unfortunately it was our turn this week. We waited almost 3 hours to get to shore....evidently they usually have 5 smaller tenders but the seas were too rough so the needed to bring in larger tenders. We had reservations for the day at Mr Sanchos for the all inclusive. When we arrived at almost noon, we discovered that our chairs had been given way since they didn't think we were coming. The resort was very crowded with 8 ships in port, but the beach was beautiful so we decided to stay. The drinks were strong, the sun was shining, the water was crystal clear and the food was delicious. Once the crowd started to thin the manager brought us a lounge chair and even managed to provide an order of the coconut shrimp, which was amazing. There were plenty of water sports available but we decided to soak up some sun. After a rough start I have to say we ended up enjoying the day, even if it was too short. We more than got our money's worth and this resort has something for every one from young to old! We had some time to shop and of course get a drink at Senior Frogs. They brought the ship in to dock, which was definitely better than the tender! Day 7 - sea day We began the day once again with breakfast in the garden cafe, the custom on let's are our favorite! We snagged chairs by the pool. The sun was out but the breeze made it a hit cool, I don't think we have to worry about sweating! Final thoughts: The ship was nicely appointed and the staff was friendly. There was a wide range of ages and a fun spring break vibe. The food was good for the most part, although the deserts were disappointing. The best part of this trip was the island ports, Roatan and Costa Maya were our favorites! I am not sure the "free style" atmosphere is for us, since we enjoy more traditional cruising. I give this trip a solid "B" Read Less
Sail Date March 2013
The Ryndam is a nice mid size vessel that is well-appointed, albeit showing its age a little. It's western Caribbean itinerary suited our need to experience sun, swimming, and adventures with different cultures. Traveling with my ... Read More
The Ryndam is a nice mid size vessel that is well-appointed, albeit showing its age a little. It's western Caribbean itinerary suited our need to experience sun, swimming, and adventures with different cultures. Traveling with my spouse and adult brother, we had our online boarding passes and got to the terminal with no problems. Embarkation took about 15 minutes at 1pm, so all was well. When we got to our staterooms, first problem- rooms were made up with twins not queens. Then called for dinner reservations for our "as you wish" dining and learned we had been assigned 8pm fixed seating. So now I'm wondering why I bothered to use the online system to register preferences?! Went to lido for food - wow what a zoo! I understand the need to contain disease, but they needed twice the number of servers or needed to get them to move a little faster. This was followed by an exceedingly disorganized lifeboat briefing. Not a good start. After that first days things picked . Our 8pm dinner time arrived and we were seated at "our" table, which was a 4top with just the 3 of us. Perfect. The waiters were great and food delicious, we decided maybe 8pm fixed seating would work for us after all. Returned to stateroom and found bed reconfigured to queen. All is now well. Good stuff : room service. Always prompt, no errors. Dining room staff - attentive, accommodating, remembered my drink order every night, 5star. Cabin stewards - excellent as always. Food - very good for the most part. Not so good: smoking is allowed on private verandahs - upwind of us the occupants smoked constantly. As a result we hardly ever used our verandah. Don't pay extra for a verandah if you're sensitive to smoke. Some cabin appointments were tired - refrigerator barely closed and leaked, wood furniture scuffed, lanai upholstery sun faded. Ports of call were the reason we chose this cruise and did not disappoint. Key west a cool, funky place, Roatan is an island we will return to for more water sports. Guatamala really interesting culturally and beautiful scenery on the rio dulce tour. Costa maya allowed great access to Mayan ruins. Read Less
Sail Date March 2013
We took the Carbival Legend out of Tampa in May and had a wonderful vacation. We paid extra for the aft cabin with the wrap around balcony and it is very very worth it. We had 270 degree views and never found ourselves fighting for beach ... Read More
We took the Carbival Legend out of Tampa in May and had a wonderful vacation. We paid extra for the aft cabin with the wrap around balcony and it is very very worth it. We had 270 degree views and never found ourselves fighting for beach chairs on the main decks. Every night we were on the balcony watching the sunset and cracking a bottle of wine with some cheese... Here are our tips when taking this cruise - On the Legend, if you are lucky enough to stay in a aft corner balcony stateroom, stay away from the 5th deck. Those rooms are significantly smaller than the other floors due to some electrical components. - The boat is a bit dirty after 10+ years of service but nothing terrible - Go to the gym any day but the 1st. Seems like everyone gets lazier as the cruise goes on but day 1 is a zoo at the gym. - Bring a few bottles of wine on board. Will save you a lot of money on board. They are pretty lax with the size and quantity rules. But dont bring a bottle you could not handle losing if you have a watchful xray user. - The cave tubing and zip lining in Belize require an hour bus ride along some bad roads. It is like spending 2 hours in a dryer. NOT WORTH IT for a few seconds of fun.. Try a beach excursion instead... - Roatan is the best island out there. There is a very commercialized beach right next to the dock but I would suggest spending a bit of money to go to one of the private beaches. We found some of the best beaches we have ever seen in Hondurus - The Caymans are very Americanized. This is the island to go do water sports, dive, scuba, dolphins, etc. You are not missing much on the beach. - If you have some time in Tampa, stay at the Vinoy Hotel in St Petersburg. Wonderful place with tons to do.. Read Less
Sail Date May 2012
We chose this cruise because it left from our home port of Tampa and had stops at four ports. First impression was not good as we had to wait to check on to boat for two hours. Once on board the first thing I noticed when getting to ... Read More
We chose this cruise because it left from our home port of Tampa and had stops at four ports. First impression was not good as we had to wait to check on to boat for two hours. Once on board the first thing I noticed when getting to the cabin areas was the strong smell of stale smoke. We got to our room and one of the first things we noticed was the tiny T.V. The room itself was decent sized, had a large window, was airy, bright and the housekeeping staff did an excellent job. Through out the course of the day we discovered the soap dispenser in the shower did not work, the safe couldn't be locked, and the beds were little more than camping mattresses. Most uncomfortable bed on any cruise I have been on. When we left the room to explore the ship we noticed areas where the carpet had worn through and could not find any comfortable seating though there were many types of seating and on deck found there to be many deck chairs placed from bow to stern. After exploring the ship we went to the Red Lion pub to watch a football game but due to loud feedback from wall mounted speakers we opted to go elsewhere. Continuing on to dinner in the Aqua dining room the food was satisfactory but the service was indifferent. In fact, we went to the Blue Lagoon restaurant one evening and ordered a hamburger with lettuce, Tomato, and grilled onions. What was delivered was a plate with three slices of tomato and a small serving of grilled onions, and nothing else. This was the case throughout the trip. The food in the dining rooms and buffet areas did not vary much from day to day. If you wanted any variety you had to go to a specialty restaurant and pay an additional fee. We also went to several shows which were satisfactory with my favorite shows done by Second City. The other on board activities were about what you would expect.Finally, our trip was interfered with by a hurricane so consequently we got an additional day at sea and missed going to Cozumel. That is understandable but what bothered me was the lack of communication from the Captain about the storm and what course of action the ship would be taking. In Roatan we were notified our shore excursion was cancelled as we were leaving the boat to go ashore. In Costa Maya our shore time changed from 9-5 to 7-3 and the explanation was they needed the time to get back to Tampa. But cruising to Tampa the ship was traveling at 14 knots yet when they left Tampa they cruised at 19 knots so I did not understand why the change in Costa Maya. Read Less
Sail Date October 2011
My husband and I have went on 5 cruises, 4 of them on Carnival Cruise lines. This was the first time out of Tampa and I have to say the fastest when it came to boarding a ship. We arrived the day before and stayed at the Rocky Point Inn ... Read More
My husband and I have went on 5 cruises, 4 of them on Carnival Cruise lines. This was the first time out of Tampa and I have to say the fastest when it came to boarding a ship. We arrived the day before and stayed at the Rocky Point Inn which was not too bad to stay at. They are in the middle of a remodel so the wallpaper was torn down in the hallway and sheet rock showing in places yet our room was clean. Not a bad hotel for the price. They do a cruise special were they will pick you up from the airport, take you to your hotel and shuttle you to the port. There is a wonderful restaurant within walking distance called Bahama Breeze. The worst complaint we had about the Legend was the entertainment. It was the same "dance" shows almost every night. There was very little variety. There was one night when there was a juggler/comedian that was good but the rest of the nights it was the same. We ended up going to the comedian shows. It definitely needs improvement. Wonderful Cruise Director!!! We heard from several sources that the Legend will be remodeled soon and that will be a good thing. The layout on the ship was a bit to get us to. Seemed to have a choppy design. Would like to see it once it was remodeled. Read Less
Sail Date October 2011
Left Tampa Bay on HAL's Ryndam, suite 171, great ship, clean, good crew, good chow. 12 ports of call. Really liked the stateroom and patio. Some of the entertainment (particularly the four young female Ukrainian violinist, in a nice ... Read More
Left Tampa Bay on HAL's Ryndam, suite 171, great ship, clean, good crew, good chow. 12 ports of call. Really liked the stateroom and patio. Some of the entertainment (particularly the four young female Ukrainian violinist, in a nice quiet lounge, just before dinner) and cruise pertinent lectures were excellent. Captain did a super job as we ran into a storm, mid Atlantic, he went far south, almost to the equator to get around it. Put us a little behind schedule but no big deal. Entire trip, the ocean was like a mill pond. Particularly liked the eat any time feature. First time on HAL where we that option. No getting stuck with the same political bores every evening at the dinner table. Never had a delay getting a table either, usually ate by ourselves. We used the Pinnacle Grill three times, it is the best of any lines alternative dining options the we have been on. First became aware of the Pinnacle quality on the Prinsendam during a three monther. Also the Canaletto alternative (no extra charge) was great. We used that one at least 10 times. Tables were a little too close but other than that we certainly liked the cuisine and table staff. I like the Ryndam, just the right size ship and well taken care of. Shore excursions were all good. HAL does a great job on these, but so does Princess and Regent, the only other two lines we use. One of the best port excursions they don't have listed here. St Malo, France. France. Great day, a rare super surprise, visited Mont Saint Michel and toured that historic little island and then stopped at Cancale for oysters and local white wine. Best oysters I have ever tasted. Same with the wine and I'm a red drinker. Beautiful little fishing village where we were served. I give that day a five plus rating. Don't list Cherbourg,France either. Normandy beachheads. Wow, best long one day excursion ever, and we have been cruising for over twenty years on the high seas and I missed that until now. Be sure and do Omaha Beach, don't take just Utah Beach tour. Also Mulberry B and the museum there are a must. Five plus plus. Not enough space here for me to tell how great it was, you have to see that yourself. Read Less
Sail Date April 2011
The first time on the Ryndam was to cruise the Mexican Riviera and the Sea of Cortez. It was beautiful, the shows great, excursions wonderful (especially the Copper Canyon) and the dining was great. But this time on the Ryndam was a bit ... Read More
The first time on the Ryndam was to cruise the Mexican Riviera and the Sea of Cortez. It was beautiful, the shows great, excursions wonderful (especially the Copper Canyon) and the dining was great. But this time on the Ryndam was a bit of a disappointment. The openness of the ship has been an improvement in the shopping area and the library, and the bar areas, but the as for the selections in the Rotterdam dining room, they leave much to be desired. The wait staff were very friendly and helpful, but this only being their second cruise, were a bit on the shaky side. NOT UP TO CRUISE STANDARDS. The selection of food each night appeared to me to be the same thing from the last night with a different name. BEEF, BEEF, BEEF,or SCALLOPS, SCALLOPS, SCALLOPS. I also thought the Lido dining left much to be desired and the hours too short. If you took a shore excursion and came back, if you did not go directly to the Lido buffet bar, you were left with the choice of pizza or hamburgers or hot dogs and tacos. New Captain is Dutch and that was good. He was very cautious about Key West because the weather was bad, as we bypassed it and went to Cozumel instead. But with that change there were 4 days back-to back of non stop excursions. By the last day, you were too tired to do anything. It needed a break, i.e. a sea day after two days to give it a rest, but since we missed Key West , that couldn't happen. If you do this cruise, when you get to Roatan, instead of using one of the cruise ship excursions, go on the Internet and find "Victor Borda" Excursions and book your own tour guide for the day @ $25 per person for the entire day. Ask for "Ali" He is the best!!! You can snorkel, fish offshore (cost extra), tour the island, so what every you want. He will know where to take you and it is better than the price on the ship. There were six of us and we had a blast. He is the very best!!! I wouldn't rate this as the best cruise I have ever had and this was my 19th, but is was not the same Ryndam that I knew from before where the food was excellent both on the Lido and in the Rotterdam Dining Room. Read Less
Sail Date March 2010
My fiance and I just returned from the July 5th-11th cruise out of Tampa.  Our main goal was to escape the reality of our professional lives during this robust economic boom (kidding of course).  We are in our early thirties and live in ... Read More
My fiance and I just returned from the July 5th-11th cruise out of Tampa.  Our main goal was to escape the reality of our professional lives during this robust economic boom (kidding of course).  We are in our early thirties and live in Tampa, so it was an easy decision to leave out of the Tampa port.  We decided on the seven day cruise because we both needed to get away for at least a week.  Our decision to cruise was made last minute and we got one of the few remaining cabins on the ship.  Being prone to motion sickness and never having cruised before I was a bit nervous.  On to the cruise:Embarkation: Pretty easy to get on the ship.  Didn't take longer than 45 minutes or so to get out of the cab and be on the ship.  We arrived around noon and were eating lunch by 1:15pm.Alcohol: After much studying via the internet I took the risk and packed alcohol for the week in our "checked" bag.  Didn't have an issue at all.  Economy sucks and they know most people probably sneak something on.  We still spent plenty on the ship so Carnival made their money.  My advice is the bring vodka in Sprite bottles, whiskey in iced tea bottles, etc.  You get my point.  For further discussion just use Google like I did and all the tricks of the trade will be revealed to you.  On a related note, you are legally allowed to bring 1 bottle of wine per person on to the ship.  They charge you a corking fee at dinner ($10), but it's better than buying the overpriced bottle from them.  The drinks are not cheap.Ship:  I didn't have anything to compare it to, but I thought the ship was very clean and very nice.Staff:  We can't say enough about how overly nice all the staff were.  We got to know many of them over the course of our week and they treated us like royalty.  Sandy the bartender knew me by name after the 2nd day.  Your cabin steward will do anything you ask of them.  We didn't abuse them on room service, unnatural requests, etc.  They all work very hard and to many it is a way to send money back home to their families.Food:  Food was good, not great, but was always hot and fresh.  Be prepared to put on at least 5 lbs.  If you don't, it means you didn't enjoy yourself enough.Ports:Grand Cayman:  Have to do Stingray City.  It is a once in a lifetime opportunity to swim with the stingrays.  Before the trip, I had a fear of the ugly creatures, but that quickly changed once I learned more about them and spent an hour in the water playing with them.  Sign up with Moby Dick Tours.  Very reliable, very knowledgable and 1/2 the price Carnival will charge you for the same excursion.  We used outside excursion companies when available.  It is the same companies Carnival uses at a fraction of the cost.  Cozumel:  We rented a Jeep for $50 and drove to Mr. Sanchos beach bar.  It was a nice semi-private beach bar where we drank the margaritas and ate some quality Mexican food.  They have small vendors there who want your money and are ready to barter.  I picked up a couple of Cuban cigars that looking back at it, I probably overpaid for.  After Mr. Sanchos, we drove around the back side of the island and headed back to the ship.  Make sure you pick up some Tequila at one of the duty free shops before you get back on the ship.  They carry special brands down there that are not sold in USA.  Belize:  We paid $100 a piece and did the cave tubing/zip lining experience through Extreme Excursions.  Belize is kind of dirty and not the safest country.  I wasn't too worried at the site of police on the side of the roads with machine guns, but I think my fiance was a little scared.  It takes about 45 minutes to get to the cave tubing camp.  Cave tubing was okay, but the zip lining was very good.  We have been before in other countries but this experience was far superior.Honduras: By far our favorite.  Only 2 ships a week come to the island, so the locals are very appreciate of your visit.  I should have waited and bought my Cuban cigars there had I known the prices were better.  Go to Tabayana Beach.  The only way to book this excursion was through Carnival ($35), but well worth it.  Unbelievable snorkling (make sure you swim way out there) directly off the beach.  All in all, we had a great time.  Vacation, like life, is what you make of it.  Sure, we could have complained about certain things that happened to us on the trip, but anything we expreienced was far superior than spending a week in the office trying to make a buck.  Are we going to cruise again? You betcha........probably try to get some friends to go with us next time.  Listed below are some observations from our cruise.  I consider myslef a normal guy so feel free to use them or not.......If you don't have kids, use the adult pool at the back of the ship.The pool is a saltwater pool.Bring Dramamine or get the patch from your doctor (saw alot of those)Casinos don't serve free drinks while you are gambling???????Go to the shows....pretty decent.....and FREEIf you have the time, eat breakfast in the dining room.Have to order the Chocolate Lava Cake for dessert.Do self debarkation.....we were off the ship and at my house in 20 minutes from the time we left our cabin.Unless you drink a ton of soda, no need for the Soda Card.Gym is pretty decent.Jen the cruise director can be annoying at times.Don't book your room in 4120 unless you want to be kept up until 3am by Billy's Piano BarENJOY YOURSELF! Read Less
Sail Date July 2009

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