Cruisning first for a non-cruiser
While I found extended time at sea difficult to deal with while wanting big time hours at my Bermuda destination, it's easy to see why some people become true 'cruisers. There is more to do thatn one could imagine, though for me, 'reality based' entertainment is not my thing. The pubs, and football TV is goodly, and the pools and hot tubs are great. Even just tanning on the deck near the pool bars is great, too.
I just want to be at my destination faster than a true cruise is going to get you there. Now that gambling will be allowed at the ports in Bermuda, maybe the ships will speed up the the trips so folks who want to explore the island can do so, while the others can stay on board if that's their thing/
Food and Dining
Service and Staff
Cabin / Stateroom
Look for alternate elevator lobbies to the port and starboard sides. Some don't run as frequently and you just go to the other alcove to get one. Make sure to see rge Royal Caribbean dancers and singers show and the Ice Show. Plan ahead and get your excursions off the ship lined up..This is a must.
Ports Of Call
King's Wharf, Bermuda Did not visit port