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Royal Caribbean Cruise9 Replies
What is worth purchasing...should we do excursions - buy WiFi - buy beverage packages? The cruise is 3 days and we have $100 on board credit
August 11, 2018|
Response from StevenWigan|
In order of your questions:
Grand Cayman - Royal Caribbean Cruise2 Replies
Derry, New Hampshire
I am traveling to Grand Cayman on Royal Caribbean and was thinking of doing a beach excursion. Spend the day relaxing enjoying the sun and water. Is it worth it? Is it cheaper / easier to just get a ...
August 25, 2019|
Response from lagerbeer|
You are better off reposting directly into the GC forum rather than is forum you posted in - too general and not geared to specific islands.
Another option might be finding a Cruise Ship forum to a...
Royal caribbean cruise to Falmouth?17 Replies
So I booked a cruise for May '19. I am paying off the rest of the balance this month. I have heard pretty bad stories about Jamaica. Murder and rape. I have 4 kids and now I'm hesitant. So now I'm th...
February 7, 2019|
Response from Iriestar|
It is perfectly safe for your and your kids to walk around. Leave the port area and walk around town. There’s a lot to see and you can choose from a number of tours.
Just pack your common sense and...
Royal Caribbean cruise1 Reply
Basingstoke, United Kingdom
I am going on a cruise in march on the royal Caribbean - vision of the seas. I was wondering if anyone has been on this.. what its like, but mainly.. in the evenings – what attire do people tend to w...
September 9, 2019|
Response from bluewater43|
You should post on the 'cruise' forum. This one doesn't get read much.
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