Good but could be more wheelchair friendly
Eurodam Cruise Review to Europe - Mediterranean
We were happy with the Eurodam, thought the staff were extremely friendly and helpful, thought the food was very good especially in the dining room, enjoyed the piano duo on deck 2, room stewards were very good in room 7096.
We understand the need to be safe but were disappointed in the choice of replacement islands for the Turkish ports. I am in a wheelchair and Greek Islands are very hilly and cobble stoney. Rhodes and Kefallinia were the only two that we could get around to any extent. If it is true that HAL and other cruise lines were not going to Turkish ports since March, the website should have been changed then, so that customers knew what the real itinerary was before they booked.
I found the temperature of the ship was too cool in most places (the dining room seemed warmer). Many other people said they felt the same way. The music, although good, was often so loud that it was hard to listen to. This was especially true in the Main Stage and we noticed many people leave again shortly after the show began. The caliber of the Main Stage shows did not seem to be as professional as on a previous Royal Caribbean cruise.
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Cabin / Stateroom
The doors to the outside decks are not automatic and very hard to navigate for someone in a wheelchair.