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Royal Caribbean LineBrilliance the Seas ReviewPanama Canal Dr. Gerald Fisher

Age: 78

Occupation:Retired optometric physian

Number of Cruises: 18

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean

Ship: Brilliance of the Seas

Sailing Date: January 2nd, 2006

Itinerary: NOT FOUND

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line
Brilliance of the Seas Cruise Review
Panama Canal

Dr. Gerald Fisher

The ship is absolutely gorgeous. The service in the dining rooms and at the stateroom was excellant. The food left a lot to be desired. The beef was tough and stringy except for the black angus sirloin which was fine. The women complained about the taste of the gravies. They seemed to have a seasoning that was strange. The entertainment that was done by the ship's singers and dancers was marvelous. The tango dancers brought aboard from Argentina were fantastic. The rest of the entertainment left a lot to be desired. The karaoke was scheduled late at night for 45 minutes a session and even that was delayed if the preceding program was not through. Most of the potential singers never were able to sing. It was poorly managed. The band in the Colony room was very good with a dancing beat and a great vocalist. Another trio on the 4th deck played a lot of Latin and were very danceable. Our cabin with a balcony was nice and adquate for our needs. Overall, the ship was great but the programing needs a lot of fine tuning. Some nights the second seating had to wait until very late to see the show, other nights it was conveniently early. I have not been on a prettier ship but I have had better food and entertainment on many others. My next cruise is already booked on another line.

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