this ship is way to old. It left an hour late from Jacksonville, it only had 2 drink machines and 1 was tore up the whole time. The excusion at key west which was suppose to be a south beach break ending up being at a nasty dark watered ocean that smelled so bad you could not even stay there. Lots of us left and went through heck to get our money back. The back pool got closed up so the guys could take out the tile and they kept this pool closed down 4 out of 5 days. You couldn't get in the other pool because 1400 people were trying to swim around one pool which also had a slide in it. While at the back of the ship where the pool was shut down metal pieces was flying off of the brushes they were using and people were stepping on them cutting their feet. This is 4th of July weekend and they are remodling the pool. The little kids pool was the next deck under and all the rust and grim blew into the kiddie pool so it was also closed most of the time. This was our 7th cruise and we have never seen anything like this before. This ship should have been docked for a week to do what could have waited until 1400 people had their vacation ruined, not counting the money they spent for such a sorry vacation.
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