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Royal Caribbean Vision of the Seas Inside Cabin Cruise Reviews

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"We chose this cruise because the timing was good, it ended up in LA where we could drive home to Phoenix and we needed 15 days to make Diamond level. We arrived in Fort Lauderdale 2 days ahead hoping to do some..."Read More
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A few tweaks needed

Review for Vision of the Seas to Caribbean - Southern

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Daddo
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

We chose this ship based on ports. This was our first Royal Caribbean cruise. We have sailed with NCL, Celebrity, and Carnival. Pros: we arrived at the port, checked our bags, and within 15 minutes we were on the ship. The food at the windjammer was delicious. Same with the main dining room. Very flavorful. Our cabin, 4045, was always spotless and quiet even though it is located down the hall ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Cabin Type: Interior


Great Ports, Great Service, Cabins Lacking Amenities

Review for Vision of the Seas to Caribbean - Southern

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Canadian Travel Critic
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

I had a great time on this cruise. What drew me in was the low cruise price, the fact that Royal Caribbean could handle a group of almost 200 Canadians and the amazing ports of call including Antigua, Barbados, St Lucia and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. There isn't a ton to see and do in Tortola. It was going to be a beach day but because the sea was rough, all beach excursions were ...
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Sail Date: January 2020

Cabin Type: Interior


AZ crew in the Panama Canal

Review for Vision of the Seas to Panama Canal & Central America

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AZcrew
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We chose this cruise because the timing was good, it ended up in LA where we could drive home to Phoenix and we needed 15 days to make Diamond level. We arrived in Fort Lauderdale 2 days ahead hoping to do some sightseeing but a cloudburst stuck with us for much of the 48 hours until we boarded which dampened our plans. We were glad we were staying in an Embassy Suites and had the extra room while ...
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Sail Date: November 2019

Cabin Type: Interior


Cutting corners

Review for Vision of the Seas to Europe - Western Mediterranean

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Suespain
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

I chose this cruise as wanted the 12 days round the med and also Croatia and Montenegro. Frankly I was disappointed reasons being... had my time dining in the main dining room, which suited but found the food was far better in the windjammer, we ate there at lunchtime sometimes and were tempted to go back In the evening but did not want to have to serve ourselves as to me part of the cruise is ...
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Sail Date: September 2019

Cabin Type: Interior


Surprisingly fun!

Review for Vision of the Seas to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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canuck_in_clearwater
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

We chose this cruise based on the itinerary. My husband had never been to the Mediterranean and I thought a cruise would be a great introduction. We stayed in Barcelona for 4 days prior to the cruise to acclimatize. Beautiful city. We were not disappointed. Embarkation was too easy. We used the app and were prioritized. Took one minute to get through to the duty free. Our bags were ...
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Sail Date: July 2019

Cabin Type: Interior


The sad old boat that just wouldn't go.

Review for Vision of the Seas to Caribbean - Western

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jorgeflorez
6-10 Cruises • Age 40s

Vision of the seas is an old vision of the past, not retro-cool, just old. Old enough for the engine not to start. I will try to be short and assertive, honest and willing to give you future traveler a good advise. And it doesn't end good. Vision of the seas is an old boat built in 1998, so there is a very strong risk that something goes wrong; in our experience the problem was that the boat ...
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Sail Date: April 2019

Cabin Type: Interior

Traveled with children


Spring Break Getaway

Review for Vision of the Seas to Caribbean - Western

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klostevens
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

This cruise left out of Galveston. The nearest airport is 40 minutes away, and the major airport is 70 minutes out of Houston. It wasn't a problem taking an Uber to our hotel or from the hotel to the port. (I think we paid around $60 from George Bush Airport to Galveston.) We stayed at the Comfort Inn, which was across the street from the beach and one block away from Walmart. It worked ...
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Sail Date: April 2019

Cabin Type: Interior

Traveled with children


Fantastic Family Cruise

Review for Vision of the Seas to Caribbean - Western

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DesVoeux
First Time Cruiser • Age 40s

My family and I sailed out of Galveston, Texas. This was the first cruise for everyone in our party. Parking at the port was relatively cheap and embarkation was very smooth. My in-laws are from China and they were pleasantly surprised to be greeted in Mandarin when coming on-board and to find that we had a Chinese server in the Windjammer at lunch. The interior cabins we booked were snug but ...
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Sail Date: March 2019

Cabin Type: Interior

Traveled with children


Rest and Relaxation Achieved

Review for Vision of the Seas to Caribbean - Western

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dmedward
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

We chose this cruise as a get away for rest and relaxation after a crazy January and February. The good: Embarkation was a breeze! We chose a later arrival time (1:30 pm) and were in our cabins before 2:30 pm. Our luggage was all carry on, so unpacking was easy and fast. Of note: I travel with a CPAP machine - security confiscated our extension cord and power strip. (Guest services did ...
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Sail Date: March 2019

Cabin Type: Interior


Great 7 nights out of NOLA

Review for Vision of the Seas to Bahamas

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jlcarter1975
10+ Cruises • Age 40s

This was a small ship with great staff and activities. Steve, the cruise director, was easy to understand and added energy to the events. There were two comedians and a juggler in addition to the singers and dancers who put on productions. There were several game shows, a guest talent show and the zombie Thriller dancers. We are dinner at the main dining room each night. There was always a ...
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Sail Date: February 2019

Cabin Type: Interior


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