1341 Liberty of the Seas Tips


Oct 17, 2013

You should plan ahead where to go before arriving on every port. Some are easily accessible through local trains & that will save you money.

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Nov 09, 2017

make the most of your day, peruse your Cruise Compass that is left in your room for the next day so you don't miss out on anything that you would be interested in. Don't be afraid to try something new. You can bring onboard 2 - 750ml (standard size) bottles of wine per stateroom. we had a glass while getting ready for dinner in the room. You can also take it to the dining room and they will serve it with your dinner. Bring extension cords in your carry on, you will need them. And a night light if you have an interior room...it is pitch black when you turn off the lights.

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Mar 28, 2013

Water stations are throughout the ship and a few on Deck 5 (the promenade) were our favorites. Both in the Starbucks and Sorrento’s they have flavored the water with lemons, oranges or mint along with having plain ice water available. It was a great place to grab a drink to stay hydrated without going all the way to the Windjammer. Premium drink package was worth every penny!


Apr 08, 2013

Room service breakfast on days in port is the way to go. The buffet is packed with everyone wanting to get off the ship early.

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Dec 30, 2012

Don't race to get off the ship at Belize ... the lines are long and poorly organized by the cruise staff ... Belize City is really an undeveloped dump with a very nice ship terminal (but don't leave the terminal!) ... good shops & bars. There are four pharmacies at the terminal selling cheap counterfeit pills to tourists ... beware!

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Oct 12, 2016

If it is your first cruise watch the cruise ship channels. Pay attention to the port of calls and the map. Plan every evening for the next days schedule. You can't do everything so plan out your day. Take pictures. The ship is beautiful!

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Mar 14, 2013

Totally eliminate INDOOR smoking. If people want to smoke, let them go on deck. There were several entertainment groups we could not watch because they were in the smaller bar/pub areas where smoking was allowed.

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Feb 28, 2013

No need to rush to book the ice show, it plays 4 times during the trip, and if you didn't book it, you can alwasy go 15 min before the show start and just walk in.

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Mar 24, 2013

I cannot stand cigarette smoke and although we avoided the casino we were often assaulted with smoke on the stairs from decks 3 through 5.

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Feb 24, 2013

Found free coffee and tea at Starbucks the last night,which would have been beneficial had we known the first night.There is a white dress up night we didn't know about until that day,be prepared.It did have a wonderful gym.

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Feb 17, 2012

Seriously consider pre-reserving show times online. You can due this from 90 - up to 4 days before your cruise. You can do it on board also but do so right away after you board. You are seated on a first come first serve basis. Without a reservation, you aren't ensured a seat in the theater.


Mar 29, 2013

Windjammer Cafe had plenty of food variety & no waiting to be served, move at your own pace, good tunes playing in the background while you eat. Take the stairs every time instead of waiting for the elevators & you won't have to worry about what you eat! :)


Mar 28, 2013

Sign up early for rockclimbing as the lines get long and they take a 2 hour break at lunch. When it's time to debark, if you don't have a lot of luggage, carry it yourself at the earliest timeslot or just expect to wait in very long lines.

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Apr 09, 2013

I think the informal buffet was the best place to have dinner if you wanted a relaxed atmosphere with great food choices. The quality was great everywhere but the lines and crowd was non-existent in the evening.

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May 30, 2013

Saturday Night Fever Show was amazing! Don't miss it.

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