Mariner of the Seas Cruise Review to Mexico

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4 out of 5

Fabulous Mariner Mexican Cruise

Sail Date: July 19, 2009

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Balcony

Embarkation was very easy. Got to the port at 11:10am, gave luggage & $15 bucks to porter. Only 2 people ahead of us in line and went very quickly to check in and started up to the ship. The photo line was the longest line, about 15 mins. We were up in the Windjammer by 11:50am having lunch. Embarkation was even easier, luggage was there waiting for us even though was weren't schedule to be off the ship for 40 more minutes.

Pros: Ship

Recommends Mariner of the Seas? Yes!

Mazatlan, Mexico
We have been here before & didn't like it much so we went to El Cid for $65 (all inclusive resort) sat by pool with great water slide, had lunch and drinks.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
We did the Dolphin swim. Fabulous and worth the cash. The photo prices were overly expensive at $250 for 17 or more photos but they did put it on a CD. We purchased the CD, the photos are really good.
Don't Miss: Dolphin swim
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
In Cabo we personally took the glass bottom boat tour once we got in port. We really liked this. Saw El Arco and then went to the beach. Had lunch at Shrimp Factory (recommended by the ship) No running water in the bathroom, little upsetting there. Coconut shrimp was very nice.

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