Mariner of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

Deck Hand

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7+ cruises

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3 out of 5

" A good cruise

Sail Date: April 01, 2007

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Family w/older children

Room Type: Balcony

The ship was the largest ship we have sailed on to date. Although the ship was large, the space used was unproductive. If you are on a ship at sea for two or more sailing days, there should be more speciality shopping areas to visit.
The mini boat shore tour was not worth the money. The boats were old, and in some cases broken. The boats were slow and the tour is not at all like the wonderful pictures presented in the booklet. The food was average or poor. The drink prices were to high.

Pros: Large ship

Cons: food, to many days at sea

Recommends Mariner of the Seas? No.

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Clean, nice, the city and water tour was nice.
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Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
This Island is OK. Do not take the mini boat tour.
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This Island is OK. Do not take the mini boat tour.


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