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Show More. DougoOz 12, forum posts. RojBlake , forum posts. First day Windjammer Buffet: Crowded, but that was to be expected, standard buffet food, good but not great.
Stateroom: Interior room, which had a window to view the promenade which was the open area in the center of the ship that had the guest services, shops and bars.
Nice room, my stateroom steward, Anant was very friendly and attentive, he fulfilled my several requests promptly. Main Dining Room: It appears the RCCL fleet has standardized its memus, as the Sunday menu, was exactly that same as on the Oasis OTS in December and Allure OTS in November Food was good, and service was prompt and courteous.
As this was a casino cruise, I did not do any shore excursions or see any shows. The ship overall, was in good shape, but you could see that it needed to be refurbished, In the Diamond Club, the chairs were somewhat worn, as well as other seating throughout the ship.
Pools: There is a Solarium pool and whirlpools for adults only which was nice, The main pools, split on the port and starboard side had plenty of lounges for sun bathing.
The smoke area was adequate for the dwindling number of smokers. MANAGE MY CRUISE. Find a Cruise. ALL ISLED UP EXPLORER OF THE SEAS.
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THINGS TO DO. DECK PLANS. Just came back from our first cruise on celebrity with the ship being the summit. No smoking at all in the casino, great experience.
I wish rccl would follow suit it didn't seem to cause issues on the summit for smokers and made it nice for us non smokers and I am certain the employees.
Yes, you Aussies are all very lucky that RC obeys your laws and bans smoking in the casino when the ship is there, but poor Daan will be on Explorer in Alaska.
If it begins and ends in Australia there is no smoking in the casino for the entire voyage. I'm not certain about cruises that begin in Australia but end elsewhere.
Yes, I'm afraid some people are mis-reading OP's question. On the Explorer from Singapore to Perth last November, they allowed smoking in the casino, perhaps if a ship departs from a port where smoking is common, they allow it until it reaches our waters.
All indoor public spaces are smoke free, with the exception of the Casino, the Connoisseur Club on Freedom and Voyager Class ships, and one designated smoking venue on ships sailing from Chinese homeports.
In the Casino, there will be designated smoking and non-smoking areas. Previously when on a cruise on Rhapsody when in the port of Brisbane Qld an announcement came over the intercom that we were refueling and that Smoking was not allowed at this time.
The Smokers just ignored the announcement and just continued to smoke and even light up again whilst we were refueling, putting everyones life in danger.
The ships staff and crew did nothing about this even though we saw crew members and officers walk past these inconsiderate smokers.
What is the point of having rules or making announcements if they are not going to be policed, especially while refueling.
Smoking areas should be well away from other passengers, not near the pool areas where kids will be exposed to passive smoking.
Unfortunately right near the pool areas is where the smoking areas are on all the Royal Caribbean ships we have been on.
We did not eat at any of the extra restaurants or bars not included in our reservation. Drinks - we purchased the Soda Package and were given a reusable cup to fill from the Coke machines.
The variety was amazing - when the machines worked. More than a few times a day when trying to get ice for our water bottles or drinks with our meal we were frequently having to hunt for a machine that worked.
My Mom also had to replace her cup a few days into the trip because the machine wouldn't let her take anything chip in the bottom said she had to wait for "X" hours before her next refill.
Replacing the cup fixed that. Elevators - the worst I've ever seen. All elevator bays had their own quirks.
One car on the forward port side of the ship I am convinced never moved from Deck 10 our entire week aboard.
Excursions - there were several excursions offered through Royal Caribbean directly that were not a part of the "Star Trek" extra offerings.
Thomas, and the bus ride to the shopping market on Grand Bahama Island. NEITHER excursion ended up being what was advertised to us.
While we ultimately enjoyed ourselves on both adventures, we felt victims of a bait and switch. We were especially disappointed in Port Lucaya Marketplace on Grand Bahama.
Staff Service - Especially in the last few days of the cruise I felt increasingly like I was being punked by the Royal Caribbean team.
Instructions that we were given about certain things were countermanded by everyone. For example, in St. Thomas I purchased a bottle of rum to bring home.
Like a good little passenger I dutifully turned the bottle in - and was ASSURED that it would be delivered to my room on the last night so that I could properly pack it.
We were also told that the instructions for disembarking would also be delivered. Around midnight the last night, still no bottle delivery and still no instructions.
I walked down to the desk, and was told that I would have to pick up my bottle in the morning before I left the ship - they do not deliver the bottles to the rooms ever apparently.
We also found just asking basic questions like, "Can I get some ice" proved difficult because a good portion of the service staff did not speak English.
NOW - I am NOT one of those "learn English dammit" kinds of people - however - if you are going to be working with predominantly English speaking guests and you are in a position where you must communicate then basic English should be a requirement.
We kept asking for an ice refill and shaking our cups and they had no clue what we wanted. They were standing behind a bar in a pub.
Picking up purchases - throughout the cruise there were purchases made such as photos with the Star Trek actors, our alcohol, etc Home Cruise lines Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas Cruise Reviews Explorer of the Seas Onboard Activities Explorer of the Seas Cruise Reviews - Onboard Activities - Casinos 3.
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