I just noticed that Radisson has two 3-nighters in December of 2003. Chuck & I have talked about trying the Mariner but haven't been convinced the price was worth it. Would we get a good idea of the quality during a short cruises to and from Ft. Lauderdale?
Would love some feedback.
Location: Wisconsin....about 100 miles south of the Frozen Tundra and 70 miles east of Camp Randall
Re: Radisson 3-night cruises
If you are really interested, do the three dayers back to back to get a 6 day cruise - I was offered a chance to go on these cruises, but because of work obligations during December, I cannot take advantage of it. I would so go for it, if you ever wanted to try Radissson.
Carnival Breeze with Ray B and Aerogirl 5/4/14!
I think the three nighters are a great way to try Radisson. Navigator just did a three nighter out of LA. Some pax commented that service dropped off a bit possibly due to it being a three day cruise and near the end of many of the crew's contract. Most though thoroughly enjoyed the cruise.
As for cost, look at the bottom line. Even at full fare, you are only paying $595 +$90 port fees. Most travel agents will discount further. That includes a balcony suite, wine with dinner, fully stocked bar in suite, tips, and the food and service that Radisson is known for.
How can this not be a great chance to explore Radisson.