my husband and i like crusing on a smaller ship with casual dining. we went on the ocean princess for our honeymoon and loved it. we would like to try another cruise line and/or ship, but all of them seem to have many things going on, we like to do our own thing and eat casually. any ideas? does royal caribbean have any smaller sized ships?
i would like to stay with the medium price ranged ships. nothing too crazy!David Starkey wrote:
> I agree, smaller is better........Are you looking to stay
> with medium price range cruise lines or considering an
> upscale line that offers more personal service and one
> seating dining?
Check out the Raddison ships. You will be ruined forever. Ships run 350 to 700. Inititial price may seem steep but check for two for one and second person 50% off fares. No tipping, free wine, two bottles of your favorite spirits to start, fridge kept stocked with setups and water, between $200 and $500 room credit depending on how you book. On our cruise the laundrymat was down so everyone go $100 laundry credit. We used it even though we didn't need it. Add up what you don't have to pay for and it brings the price down to bottom line on other cruise line.