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If you have any questions I am more then happy to answer them. We went to Belize, Cosa Maya, Cozumel and Grand Caymen. I am also a vegetarien so I can answer any questions as far as the menu goes for veggies or omnivores. We were sailing when the Dawn had their rough day at sea as well. Fortunately we barely felt anything. If anything at all, on Saturday we experianced maybe 10 foot swells. One of the blackjack dealers got a tad green about the gills. Poor girl, it was only her third cruise. Appears she may have chosen the wrong line of work.

 

Start those questions whenever you are ready.

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Hi Earthling,

 

We're sailling on Explorer this Sunday (4/24). This will be our 4th cruise on a Voyager class ship. How full did the ship seem to you ? Did anything really stand out that impressed you about the ship ? The crew ? How was the food in the Windjammer ? I'm not a veggie eat like one often. Did you eat at Portofinos ? How about Johnny Rockets ? Thanks for the info !

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The crew said the ship was pretty full. We had to wait a few hours to get our cabin changed as the teenagers next door were tooooo loud for us in our first cabin. But as far as the ship seeming to full, no way. Even on sea days by the solarium pools we always found chairs to rest on. The size of the ship made it hard to believe it held 2500 pax.

 

As far as things that impressed us, our waiter Thomas from India was great. He was amazingly attentive to everyones needs. Several of the tablemates had dietary restrictions and he stayed right on top of them. His service was that I would expect in a 5 star restaurant and not on a cruise ship.

 

The rest of the crew was very good except the head waiter. He was quite aloof to say the least. Unfortunately also the medical response time was extremely slow. A gentleman had a heart attack 3 tables away from ours the last sea day's dinner. Fortunately there was a paramedic from a nearby table that responded to his needs for it took the ship's physician at least 10-15 minutes to arrive and then another 5+ minutes for a wheel chair to show up. We are only forced to assume that the head waiter, even after being immediately told of the gentleman's situation, did not call for help immediately.

 

Goose, the cruise director was a great deal of fun. Make sure to play the game "The Quest". But if you are the runner or captain wear kneepads. I was tackled from behind and still have the scabs and bruises to prove it. Of course I also had so much fun playing I would do it all over again.

 

The food in the windjammer was good. It wasn't always up to temperture but that is to be expected for a buffet serving about 2000 people. The low fat yogurt was always perfect and we had a cone everyday. We skipped Portifinos and Johnny's as our dinner mates were so much fun we all sat together each night including the midnight buffets. The menu for Portifinos looked good though just not appealing enough for a veggie.

 

Any more questions?

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The only excursion we booked was sting ray city in the Cayman Islands. I suggest if you do no other excursion you do this one. It is amazing. We originaly were going to book it throu a different company we found online but after we enjoyed our dinnermates company so much we decided to book through the ship with them. It was the best move we made. We were among the first ones of the ship and we were the first boat out to the sand bar where the sting rays were. Our bus driver taking us to the boat for the sting rays was a gas. We tipped him heavily even though he made us laugh so hard I thought I was going to pee my pants.

 

Once we got on the boat to go see the sting rays the crew had water and juice for us to drink. The one guy who went in the water with us at the sand bar gave us a full explination of what to expect and he was right on target. When we got off the boat into the water the sting rays all came up to us for food. We fed them the frozen squid the crew had brought along. It was an amzing feeling to be amongst these amzing creatures in their natural habitat. We stayed in the water about 45 minutes or so.

 

On the way back to town my wife and I asked the bus driver to drop us off on the street corner so we could catch a taxi to hell. That saved us a good $20 in taxi fair as we were much closer to hell from sting ray city then we were had we gone all the way back to town. We bought our postcards in hell and mailed them from there and caught a taxi back to town, did some shopping and still made it back to the ship in time to catch the Windjammer for snack time.

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We leave on Saturday on the same trip thanx for the tips and review.

Granduer 1999

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Hi! We are going on the same cruise on Sunday (4/24)!

 

Did you use the gym? I heard that the Explorer is going in to be cleaned up and wondered if any of the gym facilities looked worn out or broken.

 

Also, did you try the rock climbing wall? Was there a long wait?

 

And finally, were there a lot of kids on your sailing?

 

THANKS! :D

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With all the time we had we didn't have time to use the gym, but did take a look around the first day. The equipment was up to date. I would rate the gym mid to average gym, it was clean, and the personal trainers looked very experience, and there were a wide range of classes to sign up for, average price per class $10.00.

 

We did not have time to try the rock climbing wall, we were saving that for the last day at sea. However, I was unable to do it because I was tackled playing "The Quest" game, and my knees were too bruise and bloodly to attempted the wall. However I would play "The Quest" again in a heart beat, and suggest that every adult go see what happens there.

 

We really didn't see many kids on our sailing, we saw about 4 dozen of them ranging for infants to young adults. Only two slightly efforted our cruise experience, One was at the Final Bingo game, the infant cried throughout the games, and the mother didn't have the parenting skills to do anything about it. The other time was just when a little kid was getting off the elevator he pust all the buttons. However it did make for a nice scenic tour of the ship LOL.

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Thanks for the quick reply!

 

Since you brought it up - what was the jackpot for the final bingo? I NEVER thought I would play bingo (I'm a 27 y.o. guy), but people here say that the pots can get very high.

 

Thanks again!

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we were on the Explorer in January and Cloe was the cruise director, she was great, you mentioned someone else as cruise director, what happened to Cloe.

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I just returned too from the 10 -17 april Western trip on Explorer. I can answer a few of the questions.

 

Rock wall, did it several times. Never longer than a 10 minute wait. Usually less. On port days it was open about 9-11 am, then 5,6,7 pm for open climbs. Probably climbed it 10 times. Usually twice each time. Sometimes nobody waiting so just went up a different route. The center is harder if you stick to the same colour route.

 

The ship was full, no cabins available the morning of embarkation.

We got there at 10:30am, went straight to the front ( platinum) went in first then boarded first. They opened the ship just after 11:00 am We were on board by 11:15am, at the pool by 11:45am.

That first afternoon is always great, so few people. The ship had just over 3300 passengers. The captain annoumced the total during the muster drill.

 

There were 902 repeat cruisers ( gold or above) this was on the Wednesday in Maharajas lounge, they had hors d'oevres and drinks. They came around with whiskeys sours, manhattans and rum punches but you could order anything and they would go get it for you and quick. The drinks were stiff. I got rum and cokes and they were doubles at least. There were 97 Platinum or Diamond and above. The platinum party was in the Viking crown lounge on the last sea day at noon. There was food, hors d'oevres, desserts and drinks. You just ordered any drink you wanted. It lasted well over 2 hours.

 

The gym was excellent and in great shape. The ship too, it did not look worn at all. Was also on it last May and it looked no different from then. A great friendly helpful crew as well. Probably the best crew of the 8 RCCL trips we have done.

 

There were not that many kids. I know in our kids age group, Explorers ages 6-8, there were a total of 57 on board, however less than 25 registered for Adventure ocean and most times only 7 - 12 kids were there at any time. The AO staff were fantastic, the kids couldn't wait to go back every day. It was hard at times getting them to go with us.

 

The only ship excursion we did was Uvero beach ( jungle beach break ) in Costa Maya. It was good, well worth it. The snorkelling was good there and we saw lots of fish, starfish, sting rays, urchins etc.

 

I have all the cruise compass' and the adventure ocean programs and the wine and dine lists if there are any other questions.

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Yes, Rain performed on the trip. They were amazing. Thats the third time we've seen them, and all on RCCL ships. By far the best show and the one with the biggest audiance participation. I know many people who took in both performances that night.

 

The Chamber disco was good but you had to give Ryan ( the DJ) songs to play. If you left it up to him he was way to slow early on. we would go most nights at 10pm when it opened and he would still be playing slow songs for 30+ minutes until we started passing him napkins with fast songs to play.

 

It didn't really get packed until after midnight when all the early 20's crowd would pour in.

 

Gustav "Goose" Newman was the CD. He is fairly young and from Toronto.

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Okay you two, I have to ask this one> How was the food in the dining room? I like to use another restaurant for comparison. (So many of us read this boards and to say the food is "okay" or "not bad" really doesn't tell me anything). So... would you say the food and menu choices were similar to say a Morton's? Or maybe Olive Garden/Cheesecake Factory? Or somewhere in between... Tell me what you would compare it to.

 

By the way, how much swaying did you feel on this monster ship?? I can get seasick, will I feel anything?

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There was NO movement except for the one day and it was minor.

 

The food in the Dining room was very good. We were a group of 10 and we all agreed it was great. There were plenty of choices. The prime rib, rack of Lamb, Lobster were all standouts. I never onced orderd from the alternate selections.

The appetizers were fantastic, I usually had 2 per night, and a soup and salad. Many times we would say you must try this and people would be asking the waiter for an extra appetizer. On several occassions I followed his advice on what to order if I was torn between 2 items. I was always happy with his choice and he always made it clear if I wasn't impressed to say so right away and he would bring me the other.

Standouts for the appertizers were the scallops and rissoto rice, escargot, crab cakes, mushrooms in philo pastrey.

Standouts for the soups were the New England clam chowder, pepperpot soup, vidalia onion and Thai lemongrass soup.

 

desserts were great and we all had one with the waiter bringing 2 or 3 extra each night to try or share.

 

the food is certainly way better than an Olive Garden etc. The portions were enough and the service outstanding.

 

Even the kids menu was very varied and they always did a little mixing and matching.

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Just wondering if you had the chance to go to the pub (crown & kettle or something like that) at night? If you did, was the guitar player/singer any good? We are going on the Explorer (same itinerary) in May. Our last cruise was on Navigator and we spent every night listening to guitar player in the pub because he was so good. I'm hoping to do the same this cruise.

 

What did you do in Belize?

 

My final question - we are Crown & Anchor members, but we only have one RC cruise behind us, can we still get on the ship early or is early bording only for the upper C&A levels? Our plane arrives in Miami at 9:30am, I'm hoping we don't have to sit on the dock until 2:00 (the listed bording time).

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We were also on that sailing, and Balconyonly is Right On:) with their assessment of the food and the movement. And yes, Rain was great. I have never seen that kind of response at any show/entertainment on any of our cruises. Awesome!!!

 

We had a great time, as usual, and continue to look forward to our next cruise with RCCL.

 

Jay

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We did go to the pub a few times. Yes there was a guitar player Billy Glades (one man band) he was awesome. There was also adult karaoke there at times too.

 

Yes you can board right away too. They let everyone on as soon as the ship has cleared the last of the departing guests. The only advantage of Platinum and above is you go right to the front. Then after checking in you wait in a seperate lounge to board.

 

When we got their at 10:30 there were about 50 people in line. They called the platinum diamond to the front and we all went through security. When we were all through and at the checkin in lines ( you checked in by deck number) then they let in the others. Then the platinum diamomd wait in the lounge while everyone else lines up to board. When they are ready to board the platinum diamond get called and they go to the front and board, when they are all on the ramps to board then everyone else goes. There were only about 15 or so platinum diamond that early. The golds and first timers were only about a few minutes behind us. They were on by 11:20 am.

 

Go right to your cabin drop off your carry ons and start exploring.

The windjammer is open at 11:30am. But we went to the pool etc.

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BalconyOnly,

 

We are on the same cruise 5/22. We're trying to figure out which night to do Portofinos. Which of the "non-formal" nights had the weakest menu in your opinion? Thanks for your helpful comments!

 

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sorry forgot to answer the Belize question. We just looked around and did a little shopping. The odd thing about Belize is the tender distance. You anchor about 10 miles offshore. The tender takes 25 - 30 minutes each way. The ship can't go closer due to the shallow water/reefs etc. If the weather was rough that kind of distance wouldn't be good for seasick prone people as the tenders do rock a bit. We came back early and enjoyed the empty pool deck and solarium pool.

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weakest menu. That would be tough. I never felt disappointed with anything, however if you must make me pick then Caribbean night. That was Wednesday.

 

I can't say anything about the Portofino's on this trip as we didn't go. First time not going anytime during the week. Last time on Explorer it was great though. Allow plenty of time and at least two hours and enjoy.

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Yes the Explorer has adventure beach. Although it was almost never used. I took the kids there everyday and most times they were the only ones in the pool. Occassionally there were about 10 kids on the slide, most times just 3 or 4.

 

When the slide is open there is always an Adventure Ocean staff member there to supervise.

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Dinning Room food:

 

The dinning room food was very good every night, many options to pick from, I don't think one night was any weaker or stronger then any other night. I personally enjoyed a the vegetarian appetizers that I tried especially the berry and buttermilk soup. My wife thought the scallops and risotto was excellent, the spring roll and many of the soups were great. The main courses were recommended by Thomas our waiter, and all the vegetarian dishes were very good we never had to order off the alternative menu. As a matter of fact all of our table mates seemed very pleased with the menu selections. The dinning room food was far better then Olive Garden or Cheesecake Factory, sorry I don't know about Morton's.

 

Embarkation:

 

We arrived at the ship at 1:30pm and were on board and in our cabin in least then 15 minutes. If you have all your documentation ready for the customer service people to work with you should have the same results. There were no lines at any checkpoint we went through. We drop off our carry-ons, listen to our noisey neighbors, went to lunch, then went to guest services to see if they could move us to a quieter cabin. The guest service rep said we would know by 5:00pm, so we decided to take a tour of the ship. By the time we were done touring guest services had found a a quieter cabin. Our cabin steward moved our bags to new cabin and introduced us to our new steward.

 

Swaying of the ship:

 

Because this was my first cruise I nothing to compare it to. But my wife has sailed many time before and she did say that this was the first time she really felt the sway of the ship. That was mostly on our last sea day. If you get seasick easy make sure you pack a motion sickness medication just in case. Tendering from ship to shore the two times in the itinerary were not a problem for us. We did find out on our tender back to the ship from Grand Cayman that we almost didn't stop there because of sea conditions earlier that morning. However the water smoothed out and the captain decided it was safe for us to tender in.

 

Time in Belize:

 

Belize City was the first port of call on our cruise. The day we arrive temps were in the mid 80's and 76% humidity. It took us new englanders bit of time to get use to the topical weather. We arrived early in the morning most of the shops were just opening. We walked around the pier shopping area then adventure into the city. Enjoying all the local color we walked in and out of stores, some of which had air conditioning. We also stop at a local vendor who was cutting up fresh fruits and selling them for $.50 a bag. We found the Belize post office and sent post cards to the family, and pick up some local stamps. Just outside the pier shopping on the same side of the street as Goodmark jewelers there is a must shop store with local crafts and artist goods. I am not sure of the name but it had in it wood carved plates and bowls and statues that were outstanding. So if you are not doing an shore tour go out and adventure around the city don't just stop at the pier shops because the great finds are always in usual places.

 

Cloe:

We do not know what happen to Cloe. Goose has been the cruise director on the Explore for a couple of months, We spoke with him coming back on the tender from Grand Cayman, he said he came from one of the other ship in RCCL. I am sure that from time to time cruise directors are switched around so that they don't get burnt out.

 

About pools on the ship:

We stayed mostly in the adult pool area, it was much quieter, didn't have children running around, and had more room in the pool and hot tubs. On our daily walk to the Windjammer for lunch we did pass through the main pool area, everyone looked like they were having a great time, the band was playing and both pools and hot tubs were jumping.

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Since you have saved your copies of these coveted documents could you scan and post somewhere?

 

Question for Adventure 6-8 yrs, What night is the pirates night and parade? Is the after hour babysitting still $5? What night can they eat with the staff at JR and do they charge the extra charge? Did you have early dining and how did you work out dining and getting them to the club at night?

 

Compass Question? Were there theme nights and what nights did they fall on? What night is Quest? What night is Rain playing? Any favorite bars or bartenders?

 

Thanks to all that have sailed EOS recently for being able to answer these questions.

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Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions (and other's as well). Great information to have before the vacation starts.

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In Belize, If You like to snorkel take the water taxi over to Caye Caulker. Cost is 17.50 US rdtrp and then grab one of the locals to go out to the reef. That cost was 17.00 US per person. The stingrays and sharks were awesome as well as the other reef life. Eat lunch down at the restaurant at the end of the street. 3 of us had sandwhiches and soda, for 14.00 US total including tip.

 

 

Well worth the difference between 80.00 - 90.00 for the ship excursion, since it only cost us 40.00 each and more snorkeling time then the ship run excursions. They were heading back to Belize City as we were sitting down to lunch and we still were back to the ship in plenty of time

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Still hoping to hear from more people who have been on the Eastern itinerary we'll be taking in October, but you guys have given GREAT information for all of us "future Explorers" to benefit from. Glad you enjoyed your trips -- I don't know how we're going to wait another 6 months :D

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Belize City was the first port of call on our cruise. The day we arrive temps were in the mid 80's and 76% humidity.

 

Were the temps comparable in Costa Maya, Cozumel and Grand Cayman? I am going on the Explorer in April next year and have never cruised in Spring.

 

Theresa

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question for Earthling:

 

you did the ship excursion in grand caymen with the stingrays, how crowded was the boat that took you out to the sandbar? was it a small or decent sized boat?

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Teeara:

The port days were nice everyday. Even though it was cloudy the entire time in Cozumel it was still a beautiful day. Unfortunately though many of the Explorer's snorkling excursions were cancelled due to the rough waters but the private tours all still wnet out. The humidity did not seem to affect us any of the port days after Belize. I am not sure if it was because we became acclimaited to it or it just wasn't as bad.

 

rram1234:

The boat out to the sandbar was decent sized. I would say it held about 40-45 people. As we were on one of two boats from the Explorer and we were the first two boats out to the sandbar it was not overly crowded. However, after about 20 minutes being out there all the other tours started showing up and the stingrays became a bit more sparse. I strongly reccomend taking the $45 pp ship tour that leaves at 9:45 am so you can be amongst the first out there as well. Make sure to bring plenty of disposable underwater cameras. You cannot have enough for the trip. Trust me on that.

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I'm going on the Explorer on June 19th, Would it be possible for you to scan the Compass and Menu? Thank you very much. :D

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Sorry, we did not bring either home for souviniers. I will do my best to answer what I can for you though regarding activities and menu items. I do strongly reccomend hitting the omelette bar in the WIndjammer in the mornings though. Yummy.

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Question for Adventure 6-8 yrs, What night is the pirates night and parade? Is the after hour babysitting still $5? What night can they eat with the staff at JR and do they charge the extra charge? Did you have early dining and how did you work out dining and getting them to the club at night?

 

We've sailed on Explorer, Mariner and Navigator with our son -- 2 times in the 3-5 age group and once in the 6-8 age group. Not sure if it was a difference in ships, age group, or simply the number of kids on board Thanksgiving week, but in our experience my son only got to eat in Johnny Rockets with the Adventure Ocean staff while he was in the 3-5 age group. In the 6-8 age group on Navigator Thanksgiving week the 6-8 year old dinner was in the Windjammer. There was no additional charge for dining with the Adventure Ocean staff. If your child participates in dinner with the staff the kids dinner usually starts shortly before main seating in the dining room. The Adventure Ocean staff will take the kids directly to the Adventure Ocean facility following dinner.

 

On nights when our son ate with us in the main dining room my husband or I usually ran him to Adventure Ocean between our main course and dessert. The wait staff is accustomed to this and adjusts their service speed accordingly (I should note we've always been seated with other family members or by ourselves -- if we were at a table with folks we didn't know we would not disrupt dinner in this way).

 

We did not use the Adventure Ocean dinners on Explorer. On Mariner there were at least 3 nights the staff dinner was offered for the 3-5 year olds. On navigator for the 6-8 year olds I believe there were only 2 nights (formal nights), but again, we didn't use it because I didn't feel my son, who had only been 6 for a month, would be able to handle the buffet.

 

On Mariner, we swore by the kids dinners because we had been assigned late seating -- as long as we're in main seating we've found that our son (equipped with a GameBoy and/or hand-held movie disk player and headphones) can easily handle dinner time, as long as we take him to Adventure Ocean as soon as we finish our dinner.

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"Since you have saved your copies of these coveted documents could you scan and post somewhere?"

 

I don't have a scanner, I can check at work. As for Adventure ocean here is a quick overview

 

"Is the after hour babysitting still $5? "

 

Yes the late night party zone 10pm until 1 am is $5 per hour

 

"What night can they eat with the staff at JR and do they charge the extra charge?"

 

nights 2,3 and 6 and no they do not charge any extra.

 

They also take the kids for ice cream every afternoon at 3:30 pm

 

Adventure Ocean Explorer 6-8 yr old recap

 

Day 1 Sunday 1:00 - 4:00 pm OPEN House

8:15 welcome aborad presentation, meet staff

8:50 - 10:00 pm registration

 

Day 2 Monday 9:00 am - 12:00 noon

nutty nicknames, pictures with captain, captains drawings

gagball

 

1:30 - 5:00pm

Junior quest, big top rehearsal, circus of the seas Parade

in Royal Promenade, Adventure Science

6:00pm Adventure dining Johnny Rockets

7:00pm - 10:00pm Survivor night, tribes, face painting

10:00pm - 1 am Late night party zone

 

Rest of the days similar hours with the following highlights

 

Day 3 Tuesday Jurassic Journey ( dinosaur stuff all morning)

Art, science afternoon

Wide World of Sports night

 

Day 4 Wednesday Adventure Theatre morning

Explorer Olympics afternoon

Pirate Night Pirate Parade at 9:15 in royal promenade

 

Day 5 Thursday Under the sea morning

Multicultural Mania afternoon

Rock n Roll night Karaoke, dance lessons

 

Day 6 Friday Science, scavanger hunt morning

Secret Agent afternoon

Jammin in your jammies night, they do a movie in the screening room, decorate a pillow etc

 

Day 7 Saturday Talent show morning, perform in Maharajas lounge

Krooz Komics, circus afternoon

Carnival nightime

 

 

We had early dining. The nights they ate with us, we took them to adventure ocean as soon as we were done. Or if they were done early I ran them up then came back. We were generally done eating at about 7:40 ish

 

For the adults

 

Day 1 Sunday Casual, welcome aboard show, Parade on Promenade

 

Day 2 Monday Formal, Captains reception, Gala dinner, RC dancers, history repeating show, late night comedy

 

Day 3 Tuesday Casual, Rain, Family fued gameshow, first show for Planet Ice, salsa dance class, Venetian feast dinner

 

Day 4 Wednesday Caribbean attire/casual, caribbean dinner, Planet Ice shows, Crown and anchor repeat cruiser party, Love and marriage gameshow, pool party, late night pool buffet

 

Day 5 Thursday 50's,60's, casual , chefs dinner, RC dancers show fast forward, the quest game, rocking thru the decades show

 

Day 6 Friday Formal, headliner Roger Behr, planet ice, Latin Parade royal promenade, midnight gala buffet

 

Day 7 Saturday casual, feast of nations dinner, farewell variety show

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balconyonly:

 

Was snorkeling equipment available for rent at Uvero Beach, or did you bring your own? Was the beach very crowded?

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Earthling- thanks for your review on the vegetarian items- was there a separate menu or just a choice of one vegetarian entree at dinner?

 

Balconyonly- thanks for all the info!

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