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Royal Carribean Cruises
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Posted 02 February 2013 - 08:43 PM
Anyone cruised with this line before? Looking at booking a cruise for later this year with them on the Radiance of the Seas, the ships look great in the brochure
Posted 02 February 2013 - 08:46 PM
Gorgeous kiddos you have there!
I have cruised with them twice, brilliant both times and good kid focus (better than princess). I've found the food better and facilities much nicer than P&O.
Posted 02 February 2013 - 08:57 PM
i havent cruised with them yet but im going to be on the september 23 cruise from Honolulu to Sydney(on Radiance) and from what i have heard from other that have cruised with them its a great company to go with and everything is awesome
Posted 02 February 2013 - 09:33 PM
My family and I cruised on that ship a couple of months ago. We are a family of 6 and we had inter-connecting cabins. We went during the school holidays and Im pretty sure the ship was full.
The ship itself was looking a bit tired and dated in some places and the pools and activities got VERY crowded at times. Often people would have to sit on the floor for things like bingo, show performances, trivia nights etc Our kids weren't huge fan of the kids club but they went occasionally. We found that all the good activities didnt start until after 10pm so we missed them as our kids were in bed, plus we are old so we were buggered by then!
But the level of service is outstanding and the food was pretty good. I highly recommend getting the drink packages though its just post mix from the bars, not soda fountains like they advertise on the website.
Feel free to ask any more questions if you want
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