Review by lxy22669


In response to review, CrusinTim says ...

Where is "Miame"? Don't think I ever heard of that port. Poor review...

Tags: Royal Caribbean Caribbean - Bahamas Grandeur of the Seas

15 Answers





With that list of ports, you would have rather gone to Miami?

Also, I don't think that Chinese food is on any ship's menu in a major way. It seems they are pushing American/French/Italian.

If you do not like the ports why do you book a cruse to places you do not like ?

Please do a more complete review. There is missing information on this one.

To jusMe: we haven't been Florida before, thought they will choose beautiful places for us.

To BDRebel: I'm not saying use Miami to replace the whole list of ports, I mean use Miami instead of Port Canaveral, Port Canaveral looks like an industry area, nothing to look.

I see your point but does it really take that much away from your experience to see a sea port and possibility of watching the loading and unloading freighters? I find watching the Long Shoremen loading the cruise ship fun to watch and listening to the sounds of it because I know not long after the noise dies down, the ship will be casting off.

Someone posted not long ago that they don't like seeing a factory in the port area, Really? Why worry about it?

I'm one that will enjoy looking at what is in the sea port if it's used for cruise ships and freighters because it's all ships to me. Enjoy the cruise regardless of the port or sail out of Miami all the time.

If you ever have a day in Port Canaveral again I'd suggest the Kennedy Space Center. My last cruise left out of Port Canaveral and we went down a couple days early to see the Space Center and Coco Beach. We all enjoyed it enough that in a few years we would all do it again.

Ship Mate app for your smart phone is a great resource for what is good to do in port. It has an area where past visitors tell what they liked in the area for things to do and places to eat,

Excellent point! I can spend an entire day at Kennedy Space Center.

PC has a lot to do -- good restaurants, the Space Center, beaches, and not horribly crowded.

Miami is just another big city.

Oh, they also have a pretty good Chinese restaurant!


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