This may be a little late, but yes I was a Hurricane Michelle Survior also. This was our first cruise and we enjoyed it to the point we booked another one for March. Although I was one of the ones in bed sick for most of the first day out to sea. The waves were so bad they had to drain the pools.I was disappointed not going to Coco-Cay. Key West did us fine for the day. We managed to make the best of it. We did eat at a little restaurant next to Mallory's Square. The windows were all open. I ate the largest shrimp I have ever seen. I would suggest this definitely.Then going to Nassau was not the best time in the world. We did not take a shore excursion because our time there had been cut short. Big Mistake! Straw market was destroyed due to the hurricane. I wish I had gone to the Atlantis. Definitely March's cruise will have me doing this!One more thing that was disappointing was the hot tubs were down for the last two days of the cruise. We never got an answer what was wrong with them. Let's keep our fingers crossed.If you take this one don't forget about the Chocolate Buffet!! This one was definitely thumbs up! The casino.. well, I guess winning helps me also give this one thumbs up. Shows.. Don't miss the juggling act. He was great.Well hope this review helps you. As many things disappointed us the first one we are hoping for a better one without any hurricanes! Joanne ~ Orlando Florida
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