Liberty of the Seas Reviews

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4.6 out of 5

The Royal Caribbean team is doing their best to assist the customers when the ship could not land the Galveston port on August 27. by Cruiser30289568

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This is the first time with Royal Caribbean cruise. We really enjoy our cruise. Even we encountered the Hurricane Harvey and could not land on the Galveston as planned. The ship redirected to Miami and let us get off the ship and returned to home safely. The guest service worked very hard to assist all of guests for their needs such as booking flight, answering various questioned about returning home. The cruise provided us 30 minutes free internet service per day and free ship to shore phone call. The captain James held several captain corners to keep us informed about the ship direction and answered questions. I believe the Royal Caribbean provided us with excellent service during this difficult time. They tried to calm down all of passengers during this chaotic situation. On Monday (8/28) 5:30pm, they had captain cocktail with all crew officer and captain James to have a good time together in the Promenade (5th floor). On 8/29, the CEO welcomed us in the air when the ship arrived on Miami port. It really cheers us up.

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5 out of 5

My first cruise and defiantly won't be my last. by marythornton

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I was not going to write this but people were asking… Life on a Cruise Ship with Harvey… This has not been like any of the cruises that I have experienced. The ship, The Liberty of the Seas is like any other cruise ship with all the “things” that you would expect from Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines with all the service and fineries that you would expect from being on a cruise. When Mary and I departed from Galveston, we heard of a tropical depression in the Gulf of Mexico. The captain of the ship stated concerns while we departed but said he could sail around it. It first it was just a storm to dodge on what was suppose to be a week long vacation. A vacation that was needed from the work we did remodeling a property for sale. Neither Mary or I or the 4500 other people would know what would follow in the coming days. Life on this cruise ship was suppose to be better than normal life. People waiting on your every need and desire 24/7 and the crew preformed all their duties to the best of abilities. I can’t express how grateful I am for that part of the cruising experience. Their work and dedication to the passengers were outstanding. The ship is not a small ship. It measures 1112ft. by 185ft. with 18 decks that holds a maximum of 4960 souls onboard. The ship has all the modern luxuries you would expect from a modern cruise liner with so many improvements from the first cruise I’ve been on. All the creature comforts from home and then some. Wi-Fi (at 3 Meg a second consistently mind you), Satellite TV, and all the modern luxuries that we have all come to expect from the electric world. Live shows, casinos, first class dining rooms, and pool deck entertainment that is a dream…and yes…Bingo… This would be the good life under normal circumstances but with all the connection to the outside world came news reports of Harvey. How this tropical depression was suppose to land in Texas as a Category 4 hurricane. It was surreal to watch this giant wet buzz saw on CNN with all the other passengers on the ship. There was looks of shock and horror in a lot of the faces. After all that I have seen and my past experience with hurricanes, I knew that Harvey was up to no good. That the coast of Texas, my home, was in for a world of hurt and devastation and there was nothing I could do about it. Powerless of what was about to unfold. OK, Facebook Friends, This is starting to sound like a cheap horror novel. I’m not a novelist. I don’t write books. In all honesty, the cruise was good. The first seven days went off as planned. We were at sea for two days and we pasted Harvey, which was a fierce tropical depression at the time on our way to Roatán. We docked and Mary was very impressed by the clear water at the dock seeing the bottom and all. Roatán was great, Mary and I went snorkeling and it was her first time. She was like a kid in the proverbial candy store. We had so many fish and the guide showed eels, rays, and so many other wild swimming things. I’ve been diving for thirty years but it is always a joy to see someone that has never experienced the life of the reefs before. It was more than a good thing, Mary seems hooked now. The next day we went to Costa Maya and had a beach day. We booked all the day trips way in advance and this one seemed like it would be fun and it was. We were taken to a little beach in Mahahual were we just sat and enjoyed the gin clear water and let the fish bite on our toes. Nothing serious, the fish do that to all the tourist. We had beach fajitas, Wi-Fi, and Mary got a beach massage. I found the cheap cuban cigars and it was also a spot to absorb cheap souvenir trinkets. And Yes, you never pay what is being ask for anything in Mexico. If you can’t get it for half, walk and they will run to make the sale. I know, cheesy, but it works every time. We made it back to the boat and had dinner and a show. The next day was Cozumel. We were back to snorkeling again. Wasn’t as nice as Roatán but we did see more underwater wildlife and Mary was a real trooper. She wasn’t feeling the best but made the best of the day. The whole day was nice with the ship being home at the end of the day. The whole cruise was still being overshadowed by Harvey. All the TVs in the comping areas were tuned to CNN and we got the cable news network of the carnage. All the time, we saw all the places of loved ones having their lives flooded. That Harvey was a 4000 year storm. We were cruising back to Galveston and the talk all over the boat was how people were going to get back to their homes and lives. We also wanted to get back home to Hope the Dog. She was being watched by a Evelyn, a dog sitter we found on rover.com. We missed big furry 80 lbs. pup. We cruised back to Galveston and the weather finally got bad. We got out about seven miles from the Port of Galveston and was hoping for a special clearance from the port but was refused. We sat in the Gulf of Mexico under dynamic positioning and waited for the verdict. The damage to the port was enough of a concern that we had to go someplace else. The captain announced that we were instructed by Royal Caribbean to divert to Miami. Mind you that this is the sixth largest cruise ship and the the only port big enough to handle it was Miami. I was shocked and relived to to hear this. From all the news that was absorbed and from what we knew, there was no way to get back to Conroe and Galveston was not open. We sat on dynamic positioning for about three hours and the captain finally announced that we had three medical emergencies that had to be handled before we headed to Miami. It was probably three people with heart conditions that we were not getting off the ship. Stressful to say the least. We started cruising on a two day trip to on our way to Florida. This is where things get a little more interesting on the ship. The crew was not ready to extend the trip and we got a lot of conflicting information. It was easy to see that they were doing what they were told by their supervisors. It wasn’t till later that night that there was a 50% price reduction on every ship service on the ship. Wi-Fi, shops, drink charges, Everything! There was a lot of people gripping about it but I saw it as a free extension of a cruise that had a 1/2 off sale. Of all the cruises that I have been on, that is the first time that this has ever happened. It was the best that Royal Caribbean could do at the time. It was also announced that people that had to get home could get off in Miami to catch a flight from there. We cruised for two days to Miami and all there was to do is wait. However we did do a lot of waiting out by one of the pools. So much that Mary got a sever sunburn and kinda put a damper on the sunbathing. Also, she had a case of swimmers ear. She wasn’t enjoying the cruise that much at that time. We went down to medical and was tying to get somebody to see about it but came to the harsh realization that medical on a cruise ship was not free. It was $140 just to see somebody about the ear. Mary opted not to spend the money and we acquired some olive oil from the pizza stand and some alcohol swabs from medical and used warm oil to ease the pain for a little while. Using a teaspoon and a lighter to warm up the oil shook me up just a little. Looked like something from a past life but it worked for the ear. We arrived in Miami around noon ship time. That was also another thing. We were always on ship time no matter what time zone we were in. It made things easier for the ship disembarking and re-boarding. We were suppose to get off the ship for shore leave but first the whole ship had to be approved by US customs to enter back into the States. This was a long fiasco that took 5 hours to complete. In my opinion, it could have been handled better. Customs was counting on all passengers to get in line but the people that didn’t want shore leave didn’t think they needed to attend and delayed the ones that wanted to go ashore getting off the ship. The ones that were getting off in Miami had first priority and then the people that were cruising back were next. Mary wanted to get some things for her ailments and almost went ballistic on some of the crew. All we wanted to do is go to CVS and pick up some simple over the counter stuff to fix the problems. It’s amazing the things you take for granted sometimes. We get off at 6:30pm and had to be back before 11:00pm when the ship was suppose to leave. The cruise ship had busses that took a group of people to CVS. We were not the only ones that needed to go. A lot of people on the cruise only had medicines for seven days and needed called in prescriptions filled. After we got out of CVS, Mary and I opted out to escape the crazy of the busses for a little while. We walked away from the herd, found a Taxi, and went to a little spot on Miami beach. Big Pink was the name. It had the right name to at least give it a look. It was amazing. It had nothing to do with the pink stuff but it had the best unique beach food. I got a bacon cheese burger with a crab patty on it. It was one of the most amazing things I wrapped my lips around in a while. Mary wasn’t quite as adventurous and just had fish & chips. The Big Pink did the trick. We got to escape and enjoy for a short time just us in Miami. It felt good for a little while. We got back to the ship and boarded for the trip back to what we thought was a disaster in the continuing aftermath of Harvey. The next two days was cruising back to Galveston. The Liberty of the Seas turned into a supply vessel for Royal Caribbean for the Galveston operations carrying extra supplies for upcoming cruises. With half the passengers disembarked in Miami, it was an eerie ghost ship. Where there was a bustle of passengers, there was empty decks. It was a spooky unnerving environment, this floating city with no passengers. What it really turned out to be was a cruise ship with the other half of the passengers being waited on hand and foot just that much more! I got the best service those last days of any of the other cruises I have ever been on. Better than Celebrity Cruise Lines or Oceania Cruise Lines. I was very impressed by the crew and how they handled themselves in an adverse situation. We cruised up to the Galveston ship channel on Day 13 of journey. It was sunny and bright. The water turned from a deep azure blue to a thick soupy brown in color. There was debris floating from the floods floating all around. Mary and I were surveying the bay when we saw dolphins swimming in the bay. Passing ships had these grey dare devils swimming on the bow wave. It was a small glimmer of hope as we watched the dark murky water around us. We arrived at the dock but it would be hours before they would be ready for us to disembark. We went to the dining room and had lunch for the last time. The safe place we dined and didn’t have to worry about the world outside. That was about to be over and have to face the real world once again. It was like we were living in an alternate reality for 13 days, watching a horrendous CNN production 24/7. But it was real. We left the place that was home for 13 days to get back on the land from which we started. As we were leaving, they ask us to turn over our sea cards. The sea card is your identity and passport while you are on the cruise. Handing the card over kinda added a little finality to the end of the voyage. Mary and I headed into the port toward customs and concern hit once again. Usually you have to declare what you bought on an customs inventory but when we walked up to the booth, the customs inspector wished us both a nice day and he was glad we were home. We got our bags to the curb and I went to get the SUV for the trip back to the RV in Conroe. I arrived at the cruise parking and ask the attendant if my SUV got flooded? He stated that to the best of his knowledge that it didn’t. I opened the door and water came out of the side of the door but examined the carpet and it was dry. I didn’t know what to think. I knew I just wanted to go home to whatever home was at the time. The SUV started with a full tank of gas and I headed over to pick up an impatient Mary and picked up out belongings on the curb. Baggage that had clothes, snorkel gear, dirty clothes bag, and trinkets bought for loved ones. Again it was surreal to pack it all in and head back to our regular life. It was the start of a new adventure. We travel back to Conroe and drove past all the devastation that Harvey left. Neighborhoods that had all the earthly passions of the home owners dragged out of their residence and was placed on to the curb. Flood water garbage that was prized possessions of peoples lives just a short time ago. It was a true picture of tragedy. We were in wonder of all the things we will find at your home. The journey ended at the RV where we live. It was no worse for ware. We checked our investment property and it was fine. We truly felt the grace of God on the sights of our possessions. A lot luckier than some. It was a sigh of relief. That was the end of this saga. It was thirteen days of my life that changed my perspective for days to come. So many tales of the sea have been wrote but I got to experience it for myself. I saw tragedy and triumph. Life in turmoil and survival. A lot of people lost things in this storm and all I could do is watch. Some might even be resentful that Mary and I rode out the storm on a cruise ship. I did find out more of this woman named Mary. She is the most astonishing person that I have ever met. She is smart, stubborn, beautiful, sexy, and old school. A woman that I want in my life for as long as we can. I purposed on the bow of the ship to the woman I love. She brought back a trinket, A band of gold with a diamond on it. I love this woman and going to spend some time with her. She wanted to bring back the bench I purposed at but ships crew said that it had to stay on the bow of the boat. We had leave the bench and just take the memory. But I did try to do something. I was moved in the moment that FB suggested to set up a fund to help victims of Harvey. I did set up a little post for the friends that I was needing help and it went out to all my friends with a lofty goal of $200,000. I had $40 donated from some friends but the heart breaker was when one of my friends didn’t have anything to give, that they lost everything. I would like to see the fund go to Jeri McCulloch Austin and her family no matter how big or small the amount is. The donation post is on my page. Please help her… Everybody has a story, especially when life turns extreme…respect all stories told and all lives lived…

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5 out of 5

Just got home off my... by Texasoftheseas

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Just got home off my second trip on the Liberty of the Seas and what a beautiful, well maintained ship! Every crew member always had a smile and a hello. You can tell every employee takes ownership of their ship. Food was consistent in the Windjammer and the Main dining room ( everyone has their opinion of food so I won't give mine). I really liked the live music around the ship. Pool deck to just about every bar, no shortage of live music on the ship. We had the drink package and no issues with lack of bar staff or wait staff around the pool deck. On 9/11, during the Captains update he asked for a moment of silence and you could hear a pin drop on the pool deck , it's was that quiet. That will be a moment I will always remember. Great vacation on the Liberty of the Seas!!

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5 out of 5

The Never Ending Cruise by RhondaHagood

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This was our first Royal Caribbean cruise. We normally cruise Carnival. I have to say, the service was much better, the staff super friendly and accommodating, awesome food, awesome drinks, awesome entertainment. It is definitely a step up. I forgot to mention that the beds are like sleeping on a cloud! LOVED it! We will definitely go again.

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5 out of 5

Just docked in Galveston 7/16/17... by Homey

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Just docked in Galveston 7/16/17 on Liberty of the Seas. Cruised with two other lines in the past and this was by far the best experience we have ever had. Its RC all the way from this point on. The ship, food, entertainment and service is truly like you were royalty.

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5 out of 5

Just returned from march 19... by tbrecheen

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Just returned from march 19 - 26 cruise aboard Liberty of the seas , this was my 9th cruise, having 4 Carnival, 1 Norwegian the bal . RC I was hesitant about this cruise due to mixed reviews. I found the ship , food , entertainment, crew member to be above my expectations. Ease of boarding & dis embarking the easiest I have experienced yet. Also this was the 1st time I stayed in an inside cabin on any cruises ( typically balcony ) but wanted to try for future cruises.I have never slept as well as I did on this cruise, I also kept track of amount of time spent in the room daily it averaged 2 awakened hrs. on average getting ready in am & pm . If I had 1 thing to note about inside cabins we had a family of 3 sharing and never felt crammed in , now not sure it would be the same with 4 . The cost saving as opposed to balcony was more than worth it in my opinion. I wouldn't say I will never book balcony staterooms in the future , but I will not pay 3 to 4 times more for 1 and no longer fear the lowly interior staterooms . Hope this helps !

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4 out of 5

I just want to throw... by Barbz5768350

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I just want to throw this suggestion out to all you fellow cruise lovers. I went on many cruises before I noticed in someone's photo of their room that all the walls of the cabins are metal. Now I bring several magnetic hooks and clips and put them on walls for hanging hats, lanyards, hangars with drying workout wear, etc. Easy peasey and very handy. I buy nice heavy duty ones ( dollar store ones aren't strong enough) and keep them in my cruise kit ready for the next cruise. Happy cruising y'all.

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5 out of 5

First Cruise = Success!! by Cruiser47621644

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Two sisters (50-ish) and Mom (late 70s) on our first cruise.  Had a blast.  Did as little as we wanted on some days, as much as we could handle on other days.  

The ship is very nice.  Plenty of various activities.  Plenty of food choices.

Every member of staff that we had contact with was beyond friendly and helpful.  

Looking forward to our next cruise.  

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5 out of 5

I'm fairly new to cruising... by Patience1

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I'm fairly new to cruising and have been on Carnival Magic and Royal Caribbean Liberty of the seas. I thought I would try both based on reviews. I felt that what I spent on both ships were about equal. I followed the instructions that the ships recommended for embarking and debarking, On the Magic I had to wait in a long line which felt forever, but Liberty was smooth and fast. Room service, I have say was prompt and good on the Magic but not as much on the Liberty. Employees on both the ships where welcoming with smiles and friendliness. Carnival's shows were so-so but Royal Caribbean shows were fantastic! I would get bored on the carnival magic but RCL Liberty always had something for me to do. The carnival is definitely more of a party boat,Royal Caribbean seemed more family oriented. I gave the Carnival magic three stars but I gave Royal Caribbean liberty of the seas five stars. I will for sure be traveling with Royal Caribbean again!!!

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5 out of 5

Beautiful Ship!! Great Cruise! by ryanmetcalf

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The Liberty is a very nice ship.  The part that stands out to me is the promenade.  That is the main mall type walking area down the middle of the ship.  It's 4-5 stories tall.  There are shops and places to eat.  Two of which are free to eat at.  Sorrentos and the promenade cafe.  I really like the pizza at sorrentos.  The other free places to eat on the ship are the windjammer and the main dining area.  In the main dining area at (your time dining), you can make reservations for whatever time you want and whatever seat you want.  We enjoyed a window seat every evening.  The menu changed every night, with some things staying the same.  It was a really good verity for a 7 day cruise.  Before my cruise, I saw some negative reviews for the windjammer, but I thought the windjammer was excellent!  Good food and a lot to choose from.  Sometimes it gets crowded, but we always found a seat within a few minutes.  Just be patient.  The pools were good.  There is 2 main pools and 1 adult pool.  The adult pool and one of the main pools is a very comfortable temperature. The other pool is a little chilly.  The activities are fun to watch.  We enjoyed the belly flop contest.  The slides were good but slow.  Hardly any lines.  Our favorite slide was the tube slide.  It was a rush.  The flow rider was a blast!  We did the knee board, rather than the surfing.  If you want to try something different, and you're a bit active, this is for you.  We saw all ages and sizes on the flow rider.  You need to sign a waver, but you can do that on royal carribean website.  Then pick up your wristband up by the flowrider.  Rock wall was pretty sweet too!  Putt putt golf, shuffleboard and the sports court were also a lot of fun!  All of the shows were very good!  Saturday night fever, the ice skating show, Nathan Osmond and the comedy were among my favorites.  There is also a free skate on the rink that is really fun.

In Roatan, we took a cab right off the boat ($60 for the entire day).  We went to a park with monkeys and other animals.  We got to hold the monkeys and take pictures.  It was $10 each to get into the park, and we had a guide for about 30 minutes.  Pretty sweet.  They also had a botanical garden there. After that we went to west beach, on the other side of the island.  The beach was great, but so many people crowding the beach trying to sell stuff.  The best part of the beach was we walked down about a 1/2 mile to the end of the beach (by the cliffs) and rented some snorkel gear for $5-$10 and snorkeled the reaf.  Really good snorkeling there!!!!

Our favorite excursion was in Belize.  It was cave tubing.  Go to cavetubing.bz.  It's $50 for a 5 hour excursion, and you get a really good meal with it.  The tour guides were excellent.  We are always on a budget, so this was very affordable and a lot of fun!  It's #1 on trip adviser.  It also gives you a tour through belize city on your 1 hour ride to the caves.

In cozumel we rented a car right off the boat for $60.  Went directly to the san gervasio ruins.  Loved it!  Eguanas everywhere.  It was like $10 each to get in.  we did it without a tour guide, so we weren't tied down.  It was great.  Prices are negotiable at the shops for souvenirs.  After that, we drove the rest of the way around the island, ate lunch and found an awesome beach.

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5 out of 5

Great time on the Liberty of the Seas by cap4him

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We had a wonderful time on Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas ship.   Everything from boarding the boat to disembarking went exceptional well.  The food was very good.  We ate at two of the specialty restaurants, Chops Steak House and Sabor.  Wow, that is some good food.  We did not miss a show.  We saw real quick the quality and time put into these productions and looked forward to them each evening.  Definitely will be cruising again on this ship.  

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5 out of 5

R&R On The Smooth Seas by MoCo

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Boarding the ship was simple and easy.  We got to the ship at 10:30 a.m. and got on board quickly. Luggage arrived to room at 1pm as promised. Room was spotless and attendant was over-the-top cordial and accommodating.  Meals in dining room were above average. Had dinners in specialty restaurants (steak and Italian) and both were excellent and highly recommended for a quiet and romantic setting.

The ships entertainment was really great and maybe the best we have seen in 15+ cruises. Professional and impressive performances consistently delivered at all shows...really great!

Fitness center nice and quite busy but clean. 

Overall, excellent value and relaxing with a fantastic staff. Ship needs some work as carpet and other areas showing wear.

 

 

 

 

 

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5 out of 5

Scuba Cruise by bdiddy

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This was my first cruise and my newly wedded wife's second.  It was our honeymoon cruise and our main activity off boat was scuba diving.  We thoroughly enjoyed the ship.  The crew was amazing and the ship was clean and well maintained.  The only negative was one of two nights in the main dining room where we had a waiter who was clearly having a bad day.  He got upset because my wife ordered something other then the beef dish that he recommended and it went down hill from there.  The other other issue was an early morning pre excursion room service order that didn't arrive in time for us to eat it.  Generally it seems to me that you'd have to really try hard to not have a great time aboard this ship.  You would have to be going out of your way and looking for trouble.  The food was great and the drinks even better.  We ate at Sabor two times, Chops once and did the mystery dinner theater which was with Giovannis and all of the food was great.  We dove in Roatan and Cozumel.  If you plan on renting any gear be sure to check it out at the dock before the boat leaves.  We had one diver in Roatan who didn't do this and his BCD didn't work.  Roatan was great visibility and great diving but Cozumel was even better.  We saw a 5' shark, eel, sea turtle and a large ray all on our first dive.  Visibility was unlimited and the water was a warm 78.  Overall the cruise was over the top great and we can't wait to go again.

 

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5 out of 5

my husband and I went... by ailiyakirby

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my husband and I went on the May 7th to 14th cruise on this ship this year and it was our first cruise. We have nothing to compare it to but we were floored with how delicious the food was, how clean the ship was, how nice everyone was, and how wonderful our waiter and waitress girlie and ari were. my only complaints would be the long check in and out processes were and that our room attendant was pretty snotty with us to get out of our room on disembarkation day. otherwise we loved every min of it and we even booked our next cruise on anthem of the seas for a 9 night cruise! 348 days to go can't wait!!!

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5 out of 5

Great time! by phuttenbach

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Probably the best part of the cruise was the excellent service The food was great, and the waiters were incredibly attentive.  The facilities were much nicer  than some of the other cruises we have been on, and including things like a rock wall and ice skating, which were included in the price.  Overall, I would say it was much nicer than some of the other cruises we have been on coming from Galveston.

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4 out of 5

It was a great experience... by symurtaza

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It was a great experience with liberty of seas ,its was my first ever cruise experience and I had the best time ever. Thanks to the Royal Caribbean for making us stay in ship for another week during the Texas flood and providing us free transport to the airport in the end of the trip . 👍🏻

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5 out of 5

Our family just returned from... by cbac

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Our family just returned from a great cruise. Our children are 21 and 18, and we all had a great time. The ship is in top form, super clean and very well maintained. The staff were all very polite and eager to answer any of our questions. The food was excellent and well presented. Our main dining room waiters, Fellington and Ping, were able to anticipate our desires after a couple of evenings and made each dinner a great experience. The last night at sea we ate in Chops Grill, again, a great experience! On sea days, get up early, walk the track on deck 12, then have breakfast and go lay by the pool! The entertainment got better as each night passed, with the Saturday Night Fever musical review on the last evening a real winner. The ports were great and the excursion opportunities tremendous. I hope we go cruising again soon with Royal Caribbean!

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