Behind The Fun Tours.

Because it helps with doing something on sea days, I'll do one on any cruise I take. I usually have some kind of pastries or tasty treats from the galley waiting in my cabin when I get back.



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I'd love to take either that or the full ship tour, but it's a bit too costly for meSad

I was looking at the one on the oasis... $150 each! Crying


I thought 49.95 on a 5 day cruise on Carnival to see the ship was a little steep

They are costly. My aunt and uncle did one and said it was great.

i have paid for two on Princess they were $150. They do give you some nice things though, i received the nice plush robe, a apron from the galley, a picture frame and a pad with my name and ship on it. A ships photographer follows you around and takes pictures these are also given to you. Something i will do occasionally.

I took the tour on our last cruise, and I hope to do it again. Besides a group picture in the galley and a picture with the captain in the bridge, we had the choice of a glass of champagne or a mimosa in the Steak House, and we received a cap and a tote bag.

I enjoyed the one we did on the Carnival Glory. We considered it an on-board shore tour.

If I knew that is what would be included in RCI, I would have no problem with it, because there are other things, but the tour didn't specify any perks, so its a gamble.

We haven't done the tour yet, but I think my husband would enjoy it.

I may give it a go sometime when I have a cruise with some sea days.... maybe on the Vista ?


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