Brilliance of the Seas Cruise Review to Canada, New England, New York

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7+ cruises


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2 out of 5

Never go on this ship again....

Sail Date: October 11, 2015

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Balcony

Disappointed.....Food was awful....too spicy.....we are old....we cant eat half the food selections......the food did not taste good.....and some were downright questionable.....

Entertainment was poor and cheap looking.....singing not good......

Since I have been on 25 Carnaval cruises I was expecting the same quality with Royal Carribian......what a difference.....I paid more and got much less.

Dining room chairs have many stains on them......some of them questionable to sit upon.

The shops are too expensive and little merchandise for extra large persons.

Sales people in shops snooty.....condescending.....











Cabin / Stateroom
Nice did a great job.
Embarkation and Disembarkation
Ship Quality
Old ship.....
Destinations and Excursions
Need more for the handicapped
Onboard Activities
Poor for senior citizen's
Need new shows, better costumes, and more wow.....
Service and Staff
Food and Dining
Fire the chief.....
Boston, Massachusetts
Portland, Maine
Bar Harbor, Maine
Saint John, New Brunswick
Need transport for elderly....too far to walk from ship to shore excursions pick up point.
Halifax, Nova Scotia


Take a different ship or cruise line for a better time.

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