My wife and I cruised on Adventure the week of April 7. Like Voyager, which we had been on in 2000, it's beautiful. The food is very good, considering they are preparing 24,000 meals a day for over 3,000 passengers. The service is fantastic, the employees friendly and the activities and entertainment were wonderful. We have only one negative comment about the cruise, which isn't the fault of RCI. We felt that there were far too many unsupervised children on the ship, but recognize that the cruise line can't control that. Also parents that allow their children to be loud, run around and carry on during meal times, can cause a great deal of annoyance to others. One post-cruise negative, which isn't the fault of the ship, is that we misplaced a camera on the last morning, before departure from the ship. Security was kind enough to let my wife back on to try to locate it, but to no avail. Guest relations was wonderful, giving her a card with a number to call for Lost and Found at RCI. Unfortunately, when we called the number, the mailbox for lost and found was full, and we couldn't leave a message. It would be great anyone from RCI sees this. It was a Pentax 35mm in a black leather case with a half used roll of film inside, and it would have been left in stateroom 9504, or the Windjammer, or in the Champagne Bar, where we were before leaving the ship. Thanks. We will definitely cruise on RCI again, and will definitely use Raye at CruiseMasters. Her service to us was excellent and we appreciate it!
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