Check in and boarding were very good. The Lido deck was already prepared for early boarding guests and it was a nice touch for those of us who boarded at 11 am. Once we left the port things got a little rocky. I don't know if it was the ocean or the skipper who was cruising along at about 20 knots but the sailing was rough- lots of swaying which meant lots of seasickness, present company included. Lots of vomiting occurred in our hallway (not me) but was cleaned up promptly. Nassau was ok and has not changed much. Have been there many times in the past, it is looking worn. We went to the private beach (expensive $5 water and soda and $15 chicken fingers) but beautiful water and a peaceful beach. We were even allowed to watch people swim with the dolphins. There was a pool to swim in as well. The cruise back to the states was much better/smoother and IMHO what a crise should be. The activities were fair but the singers Bobby Noble and Mr Washington were Phenomenal! The cuisine was average. The dinners in the dining room were less stellar than the cuisine on the Lido Deck, etc. Drink Alcohol quantity was excellent so we're the room stewards. Cruise Director Paul did an excellent job. Overall it was a fair to good cruise. 3
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