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Donna McLay

Age: 65

Occupation:Retired RN

Number of Cruises: 12

Cruise Line: Regent Seven Seas

Ship: Seven Seas Voyager

Sailing Date: 2010-11-23

Itinerary: EASTERN CARIBBEAN

First time on Regent and overall very nice cruise,,,BUT,,,would take another ship next time,,,due to vibration problems in aft portion or ship,,,esp...in cabins...

Generally very good...some specialty restaurants seemed better due to quality of food and service...main dining room tends to be very "leisurely" so plan on eating early or give yourself plenty of time....loved room service....

Great ex.for above mentioned vibration problem..big,,over 300 sqft...with large bathroom,,,and TUB,,,even had walkin closet, and balcony.....

Many things to participate in,,,pool, shuffelboard,jogging track,,,lectures,,,,,busy schedule,,,much to do...or not...depends on your interests..

Most were very nice,,plus inc. in price,,so many took advantage,,but not crowded.....Only one I d pass on was Cozumel city tour and shopping,,,never made it to the shopping part,,,most of time seeing island on bus and very long stop at Mexican history museum....

Cruise started in Ft. Lauderdale and was 7 days,,,went to Key West,Belize,Cozumel,Costa Maya,,and Guatamala,,,,returning to Ft. Lauderdale....most ports very poor and sad to see much poverty,,,but glad to see that part of world....would go on another ship with Regent,,but not that same area again....Would recommend for sports lovers,,,since ziplining,scuba,snorkling,,,etc...not as much for older cruisers in each port.Many senior citizens onboard,,,few children.Loved having all excursions,tips,drinks,,etc. included....spent only money on tour guide tips...

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