Can anyone give me information on the Brilliance of the Seas? I have never sailed RCCL but am planning on taking my sister on this ship on the European itenerary next year for her high school graduation gift. Any/all feedback is appreciated. I'm 25 and would be capable of having a good time anywhere, but is it a good ship for an 18 year old? Thanks!
Brilliance of the Seas is my all-time favorite ship. She is beautiful! I think your sister will have a great time. RCCL is a great line for your ages. You have the rock climbing wall, pool tables, miniature golf (to name a few of the activities). What a great graduation gift!
Mary Lou Scanlon
NCL Pride of America April 24, 2010
NCL Epic February 12, 2011
RCCL Allure of the Seas - September 18, 2011
Celebrity Eclipse - February 11, 2012:
RCCL Navigator OTS - February 9, 2013
Any of the "Radiance" class ships really suit the needs of so many different types of people. Don't overlook the sisters when searching the boards for info (Radiance/Serenade & Jewel). They carry 2,000 + passengers yet it doesn't feel crowded. And as mentioned, lots to do (or not) and they are classy ships. My vote is you will have a fantastic time. Any specific questions, feel free to e-mail, Robbie
Re the theme nights we sailed on her in 04 and they had a Western night as I recall. On Navigator in the Med this May there was a Caribbean night...so potentially could be either. Sorry cant be more specific but can only go on what they did when we sailed the med. Hope it helps some....