Number of Cruises: 8
Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean
Ship: Sovereign of the Seas
Sailing Date: October 16th, 2006
Itinerary: NOT FOUND
We sailed on the Sovereign of the Seas on the 4
night sailing. We were in Junior Suite 1540 and the room was awesome and the
balcony was huge. The room steward Derkson was the best we have ever had, He
took great care of us.
DAY 1: Embarkation
Arrived at Port Canaveral around noon and was on the ship 10 minutes later. Once on board we went to the windjammer for lunch, nice selections and the food was great. We checked out our table in the dining room. We were in the Mirage dining room on deck 4 in table 442. At this time it was after 1 so we checked out out stateroom. Muster drill was quick and painless and we were back on our balcony for sail away. Enjoyed dinner in the dining room then spent the rest of the evening exploring the ship with our group.
DAY 2: Coco Cay
Watched from the balcony as we sailed into Coco Cay. Tendering was painless and we snorkeled for a little while, then had lunch at the BBQ, it was ok. We shopped in the straw market, then went back to the ship. Did not do formal night in the dining room, met our friends in Johnny rockets instead. Enjoyed dueling Piano's, not to be missed. Went every night.
DAY 3: Nassau
Met our group for breakfast in the windjammer then went off the ship. Did a 4 hour tour offered by the taxi company. for $20 a person, we toured the downtown, rich areas, poor areas and ended in Atlantis before getting dropped back off at the ship. Ate lunch on the ship then went back to the island for some shopping and drinks at senor frogs. Ate dinner in the windjammer then went to dueling piano's.
DAY 4: AT SEA
Slept in till 1230, had lunch, did some shopping, then took another nap until it was time for dinner. Went to the dining room then dueling piano's for the last night.
DAY 5: DISEMBARKATION
Off the ship by 930 and home by 1030.
After all the bad reviews I have heard and read, I was scared to go on this ship. I can now say I love this ship and will gladly sail on her again.