Ship: Empress of the Seas (RETIRED) 223 Reviewed: 7 years ago
Well this July will be my third time on this ship. The reason being, it is a smaller ship, you get to meet others easily. The staff there are so friendly and helpful in every way. The food was great, entertainment excellent. I recommend this ship to anyone who will listen. Burmuda is wonderful with its clean beaches, streets and the people there are very helpful considering we are using their beaches, some are riding their mopeds (the wrong way) because we are used to driving on the opposite side of the street. They are very tolerant of us vacationers. We rented them the first time there regardless of what we read about them in the ships daily itinerary, which was (do not take out motor bikes they are dangerous). My friend flipped hers over when she forgot the lock on the wheel, but survived with a lot of bruises and cuts, but another girl on the ship came back in a wheel chair when she broke her leg. Other then that, the daily excursions are wonderful and the hardest part of the cruise is when we have to leave the ship at the end of the week.
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