Monarch of the Seas (RETIRED) Cruise Review to Mexico

Deck Hand

Experience
2-3 cruises

Review
1

Helpful Votes
0

1 out of 5

Very disappointing

Sail Date: October 22, 2007

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Inside

No wonder that people get sick on these cruises, the silverware and glasses were dirty and had to be exchanged several times. Wisecracking staff around the ship did not help either. A complete lack of respect from the Cruise Line itself by not broadcasting the World Series for it's baseball fans. From what the staff told me, they had over 100 complaints.

Pros: The ports of call, the pool and shore excursions

Cons: Dirty silverware and glasses, wisecracking staff, lack of respect for American passengers by not broadcasting the World Series

Recommends Monarch of the Seas (RETIRED)? No.

Ensenada, Mexico
Did the 4 wheel ATV tour, lots of fun
San Diego, California
Due to the fires around the city, many of the shore excursions got cancelled. Ship docked next to the USS Midway.
Catalina Island, California
Just went into to town for a few hours for a walk and shopping.
Ensenada, Mexico
Did the 4 wheel ATV tour, lots of fun
San Diego, California
Due to the fires around the city, many of the shore excursions got cancelled. Ship docked next to the USS Midway.
Catalina Island, California
Just went into to town for a few hours for a walk and shopping.


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