There were 4 of us on this cruise, our first cruise celebrating college graduations. The embarkation took about an hour from the time we lined up, to getting on the ship. The disembarkation was faster, which took about 30 minutes. The food was good in the Lido deck. Food at the midnight buffet was plentiful, but not spectacular. However, the food in the dining rooms were very good to excellent. Sample menus included lobster, prime rib,and Baked Alaska for the Captains Dinner. The entertainment was good, two Las Vegas- type acts during the 5 day cruise. Other entertainment included contest, bingo, etc. There was always something to do but it was not overwhelming. The Las Vegas acts were good, but not great. Cozumel is good for snorkeling, the water is warm and very clear. The cabins are pretty much the same, but you feel more of the ship's rocking in cabins in the front of the boat compared to the middle. The staff are all very nice, especially the waiters and room stewards.
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