Departed Miami 6/30/02, Returned 7/7/02 To Eastern Caribbean.Entertainment was adequate, as was the food service. Room was deplorable, 8x11 feet, one bed, no chairs, trim ripped from wall. Had to stand on front of bed to see out of porthole. Had to either sit or lay on bed to watch TV. Room was clean, however. Tendering was terrible. Would never go through that again. Waited hours for tender to St. Thomas. Only had 3 and 1/2 hours on the island. Because of a boiler malfunction, we never got to visit Great Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas on the way back to Miami. Of the 7 days, we only spent 1 and 1/2 days onshore. The ship, no matter what its grandeur has been, is so old and delapidated, it should be scuttled and made into a reef for the fishes of the sea.
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