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  1. We are going to be arriving in Seward, Alaska on the Radiance on 6/21 and I'm looking at ground transportation options. The earliest, and most reasonably priced that I've found leaves the port in Seward for the Anchorage Airport at 8:00 a.m. Their website says they do this every day and that we will have no problem getting off the ship and to their bus by 8:00, but that makes me a little nervous, especially since they don't appear to have a later bus and on our last cruise it took FOREVER to get off the ship. The company is Alaska Cruise Transportation. Can anyone familiar with the debarkation process in Seward advise if it is reasonable to arrange ground transport for 8:00? Thanks in advance!
  2. I just checked the Carnival website for our May 30, 2020 cruise and it will not come up. We still had some family wanting to book. Do you think it could be sold out so soon.
  3. Anyway, here is the pdf of the spreadsheet, sorted by ship across the major cruise lines. Use it or don't use it. Your choice. Note the change of ranking by Victory vs Radiance. Most importantly, because of the thread this is in, note the position of the Mardi Gras. Ship space sorted by ship.pdf
  4. Gutting the old Victory and turning it into the NEW Radiance. We are booked on it for February 2021. First-ever Big Chicken restaurant at sea, serving up favorites from Shaq, Carnival’s Chief Fun Officer and huge fried chicken fan! It is to be open very long hours including all day breakfast. several different chicken offerings. Hopefully it turns out great and will be put on other ships. it is complementary.
  5. Shore Excursions: I attached the shore excursion brochure that was in our room the first day. We did the land tour before boarding so we did not focus too much on doing a bunch on the ship. We had done a few excursions on land so we only chose to do a few of the ship-based excursions. I will review the land portion later. In Juneau we did the Mount Roberts Tramway (bought an all day pass at the tram for $35). The trip to the top was fun to look out and see the sea planes flying below you. There are a couple of different trails at the top as well as a little nature center, restaurant and gift shop. The short trail is about 1/2 mile and is a good leg stretcher after being on the ship for a few days. After spending an hour or two on top of the mountain we went back down and just wandered the shops and visited a couple of breweries in town. In Skagway we did the White Pass Railway and Skagway Highlights tour. They picked us up on the pier and took us by bus to the train. Along the way the bus driver gave us a little bit of a tour around the town. There are a few locations around town where the trains load and depending on which tour you are on depends on where you load. The train then took us up and through the area where the gold rushers traveled to get to the Yukon and beyond. The scenery is amazing and there are some really steep drop-offs for the faint of heart to experience. We did see moose and bear along our train ride. Once we crossed into Canada we loaded back onto our bus and returned to Skagway. The bus driver (same one that picked us up) gave us a good narrated tour on the way back and took us by a few sights including the gold rush cemetery. We were then dropped off either in town or back at the ship (individual's choice). We stayed in town and visited the two breweries there. In Icy Strait Point we did not do any tours. It is a little dock area with a few shops and restaurants spread out over about 1/2 mile. If you want to go into the town of Hoonah you can either take a bus or walk the 1.5-2 miles. The dock area was a good spot to watch eagles fly and watch the zipliners come down over your head. There is a rope course set up in the trees at the dock for those looking for a little adventure. In Ketchikan we did the Alaska's First City Highlights and Lumberjack Show tour. We loaded up on a bus on the dock and were driven through the city given a narrated tour. We stopped at one of the totem parks in the city and spent about 30 minutes learning about the totem poles and wandering around the small park. We then loaded back onto the bus and were taken to the lumberjack show. The lumberjack show pits the USA versus Canada in a lumberjack challenge showdown. Each team competes head to head with the other completing lumberjack activities. There is a little showmanship involved and the the lumber jacks are talented. It is a fun show to watch but don't get your hopes up to high for the big burly guys. After the tour we just wandered around town and visited the brewery there (seeing a pattern yet?). In Vancouver we paid for the airport transfer from the ship ($21.95 per person). This had us disembark as one of the last groups of of the ship so we had plenty of time to have breakfast on the ship and relax in the room before leaving. We had to collect our bags from the terminal and take them through the Canadian customs area (very simple pass through). After exiting customs we were led into the bus area and handed our luggage to the staff to be loaded onto our bus. We were given a short tour through the city on the way to the airport (about 45 minutes). We were then unloaded at the international flight area of the airport to check-in for our flight. One thing we learned here was do not put your passport away until you are on your plane. They checked our passport at every stop throughout the airport (check-in, US Customs and before you boarded the plane). Getting through the airport was fairly fast for an international flight. Radiance Shore Excursions.pdf
  6. We had the same questions as OP last year. So we decided to do Ovation in 2 weeks and then board Radiance for the northbound with land tour.
  7. Is there some limit to how much i can post in a given amount of time? Having issues getting images to post to https://boards.cruisecritic.com/topic/2660632-trip-report-may-24-2019-radiance-of-the-seas-seward-vancouver/page/2/ after making several successful post there today. It simply fails to display an image when doing what has worked all day.
  8. Actually, the first half of this is completely incorrect -- safe (good) sushi actually requires the fish to have been frozen to a certain temperature to ensure all of the parasites have died: freezing fish at temperatures of -4 degrees Fahrenheit (-20 degrees Celsius) for seven days, or frozen at -31 degrees Fahrenheit (-35 degrees Celsius) for 15 hours, which kills any parasites Furthermore, it's worth noting that almost ALL of the sushi rolls served at Izumi (not including the sashimi/nigiri which is a different type of sushi) are cooked in one form or another -- from rolls with tempura shrimp, to unagi (eel that's been grilled) to smoked salmon (smoking it is a form of cooking). It's all been cooked! Lobster roll, the steak roll, the spider roll (soft-shell crab) -- all cooked!! We were on Radiance in April/May and we were able to dine on the a la carte whenever it was open. And I can confirm, the sushi at Izumi is delicious!
  9. Bon Voyage to those cruising away in June. Have a Happy Winter cruise. Who is cruising ? A list for Australian and NZers who are cruising, both locally and overseas on any Cruise Line and for overseas guests cruising down here to visit and cruise with us.... This list is not intended to replace Roll Calls or Signatures, it is merely a summary of who has a cruise coming up. Your name will only be added, should you wish it to be, by you posting personally. You can join the list by using the Post Reply button and giving us the Departure Date, the Ship and the Destination. Who is cruising in June 2019 08 June … MicCanberra and RosieCanberra … Pacific Explorer … Comedy Cruise 20 June … Kiwi-cruiser … Queen Elizabeth … Vancouver to Southampton 49 days 29 June … CRUISING ALONG … Golden Princess … Alaska Nth bound 7 days 29 June … gbenjo … Nieuw Amsterdam … Alaska , Inside Passage Who is cruising in July 2019 06 July … CRUISING ALONG … Golden Princess … Alaska Sth bound 7 days 08 July … karenjnz … Celebrity Reflection … 12nts British Isles 22 July … gogo65 … Silver Cloud Expedition … Tromso to Reykjavik 14 nts 27 July … Kangakid … Sapphire Princess … Spain and Portugal 30 July … mr walker … Reef Endeavour … Yassawa Islands Fiji 30 July … woodienz … Pacific Princess … Greenland and Iceland ex Dover Who is cruising in August 2019 11 August … Kiwi-cruisers … Queen Elizabeth … Baltic highlights 14 days 13 August … MicCanberra and RosieCanberra -, Pacific Aria – PNG 14 August … Kangakid … Oceania Marina … Baltic Bliss 20 August … Megagirl … Pacific Explorer … Sth Pacific 21 Aug … MM Down Under … Noble Caledonia - Serenissima - Tromsö, Norway to Oban, UK. - 12 nts. 29 August … OzKiwiJJ …… Sea Princess … Hawaii Tahiti 35 day Round Trip 29 August … By The Bay … Sea Princess … Hawaii Tahiti 35 day Round Trip 31 August … Nightowl50 … Norwegian Pearl … Barcelona to Venice 10 nts Who is cruising in September 2019 06 Sep … Isajack … Radiance of the Seas … Alaska - Vancouver return 4 nts 10 Sep … Isajack … Radiance of the Seas … Vancouver to Honolulu 10 nts 11 Sep … Blue Elephant … Island Princess … Alaska Sampler 5 nights 17 Sep … StuartM … Majestic Princess … FNQ - round trip Sydney 20 Sep … Blue Elephant … Ovation of the Seas … Vancouver to Honolulu 10 nights 20 Sep … Isajack … Radiance of the Seas … Honolulu to Sydney 19 nts 23 Sep … rugbypopsie … Celebrity Solstice … Hawaii to Sydney 26 Sep … iveheyat2 … HAL Maasdam … 51 day - New Caledonia and Circumnavigation of Australia and NZ 30 Sep … Blue Elephant … Ovation of the Seas … Honolulu to Sydney 30 Sep … Mustangsally58 … Majestic Princess … Sydney to NZ Who is cruising in October 2019 02 Oct … Big Gordo … Nautica … Southampton to Barcelona 11 Oct … rugbypopsie … NCL Getaway … 9 day ex Copenhagen rtn 11 Oct … tillydog …….. Celebrity Solstice … Melb ex Sydney rtn 4 days 11 Oct … The-Big-M … Celebrity Solstice … Melb ex Sydney rtn 4 days 14 Oct … phoenixx … Vision of the Seas … Panama Canal Cruise – Miamai to LA- 16 nts 19 Oct … jennyg2610 … Sapphire Princess … Northern Lights 12 nts ex Sthhampton 20 Oct … rugbypopsie … NCL Getaway … Transatlantic 19 days Copenhagen to New Orleans 24 Oct … starlight64 … Emerald Princess … Rome to Barcelona 11 nts 25 Oct … By The Bay … Golden Princess …Syd - Melb - 2 days B2B 25 Oct … Big Kev ...RCCL Empress O.S. ... Miami RT 3 Cuba Ports 8Nts 27 Oct … By The Bay … Golden Princess …Melb - Kangaroo Island - Melb - 7 days 27 Oct … zafra63 ……… Golden Princess … Melb to Adelaide 29 Oct … tb4 … Ovation of the Seas … Sydney NZ Sydney12 nts 31 Oct … sandysu … Sapphire Princess … London to Dubai 26 days Who is cruising in November 2019 02 Nov ... Big Kev ... Celebrity Equinox ... Fort Lauderdale RT Costa Maya Cozumel etc 7Nts 03 Nov … Kiwi-cruiser ,,, Queen Elizabeth … Southampton to Melbourne 49 days 03 Nov … suexxx … Golden Princess … Fiji ex Melbourne rtn 03 Nov … zafra63 …. Golden Princess … Sth Pacific Noumea /Fiji ex Melb rtn B2B 03 Nov … Onedine … Golden Princess … Sth Pacific Noumea /Fiji 04 Nov … jennyg2610 … Emerald Princess … Spanish Passage ex Barcelona 05 Nov … Russell21 … Ruby Princess … Fiji 14 days 05 Nov … lyndarra … MSC Divina … Genoa to Miami 20 days 09 Nov … Big Kev ... RCCL Adventure O.S. ... Fort Lauderdale RT Aruba Bonaire Curacao 8Nts 15 Nov … Suzbluz … Pacific Explorer … Eden 3 nts 16 Nov … Docker123 … Voyager of the Seas … Singapore o Sydney 14 nts 25 Nov … MicCanberra … Carnival Spirit … South Pacific ex Syd rtn 11 nts 25 Nov … chezandy …... Carnival Splendor … Singapore to Sydney 15 days 25 Nov … Tigerlily75 … Carnival Splendor … Singapore to Sydney 15 days 25 Nov … windsor26 … Carnival Splendor … Singapore to Sydney 15 days Who is cruising in December 2019 04 Dec … kowhairob … Seabourn Encore … Bali to Sydney 08 Dec … tillydog … Radiance of the Sea … New Zealand 20 Dec … ckl001 … Queen Elizabeth … Christmas/New Year ex Adelaide rtn 22 Dec … MicCanberra and RosieCanberra … Spectrum of the Seas … Japan and Phillipines 30 Dec … MargoK … Ruby Princess … Auckland to Sydney 14 days Who is cruising in January 2020 04 Jan … jensue1 … Carnival Panorama … Mexican Riviera 06 Jan … losfp … Diamond Princess ,,, SE Asia – Singapore to Tokyo 10 Jan … Jandex … Voyager of the Seas … Sth Pacific 12 nts 11 Jan … ReadyWaitingExcited … Carnival Panorama , Mexican Riviera 7 nts 14 Jan … Onedine … Carniva, Spirit … NZ 15 Jan … benjoon … Ovation of the Seas … NZ ex Sydney 9 nts 24 Jan … pacificlover … Sun Princess … Circle Indian Ocean 46 days 25 Jan … sandysu … Golden Princess … Adelaide to Melbourne 5 days 28 Jan … By The Bay … Pacific Explorer … Syd - Singapore - 14 days Who is cruising in February 2020 08 Feb … chezandy … Rubt Princess … Sydney to Sydney 12 Feb … Porky55 … Majestic Princess …… Sydney to Singapore 12 Feb … Parsta27 … Majestic Princess …… Sydney to Singapore 12 Feb … NSWP ….. Majestic Princess ….… Sydney to Singapore 12 Feb … Elorac123 … Majestic Princess .… Sydney to Singapore 12 Feb … MicCanberra and RosieCanberra … Majestic Princess … Sydney to Adelaide 12 Feb … Peacefulness ... Majestic Princess … Sydney to Melbourne 12 Feb … chezandy …… Majestic Princess … Sydney to Melbourne 12 Feb … zafra63 … Golden Princess … NZ 13 days ex Melbourne rtn 28 Feb … By The Bay … Pacific Explorer … Singapore - Syd- 14 days Who is cruising in March 2020 02 March … Onedine … Carnival Spirit … NZ 14 March … NSWP … Arcadia … Singapore to Southampton 29 nights 21 March … OzKiwiJJ … Ruby Princess … Fiji 14 nts 21 March … gbenjo … Sun Princess … PNG South Pacific 23 March … Onedine … Golden Princess … Cairns etc Who is cruising in April 2020 01 April ... Benjoon … Celebrity Solstice … Sth Pacific Tonga Samoa ex Auckland 11 April … Swissmiss6253 … Ovation of the Seas … South Pacific 14 April … Carole2313 … Celebrity Solstice … Auckland to Sydney 11nts 15 April … ByTheBay … Sun Princess … Circle Pacific 77 nts 15 April … MicCanberra and RosieCanberra …Sun Princess … Coastal 20 April … Tigerlily75 … Ovation of the Sea … Transpacific Sydney to Honolulu 25 April … StuartM … Sky Princess … Scandinavia and Russia Copenhagen rtn 25 April … Carole2313 … Celebrity Solstice … Sydney to Honolulu 14nts Who is cruising in May 2020 16 May … StuartM … Crown Princess … Mediterranean Athens to Southampton Who is cruising in July 2020 11 July … Nightowl50 … Crown Princess … Baltic ex Southampton rtn 14 nts 19 July … McCanberra … Jewel of the Seas … Baltic ex Stockholm 7 days Who is cruising in August 2020 05 August … Haoie … Pacific Aria … Vanuatu 10 days 26 August … phoenixx … Coral Princess … Vancouver to Whittier 7 days Who is cruising in September 2020 04 Sep … chesterbear … Sky Princess … British Isles and Nth Europe Passage 15 days 19 Sep … Toryhere … Sea Dream II … Rome to Venice 11 nts 27 Sep … tb4 … Ovation of the Seas … Transpacific Hawaii to Sydney 19 nts Who is cruising in October 2020 05 Oct … ByTheBay … Sun Princess … Bris/Syd 2 nts 05 Oct … mrwalker … Serenade of the Seas … Cruisn Country #10- Sth Pacific 8nts 07 Oct … chezandy … Sapphire Princess … Shanghai to Perth 12 Oct …. Megagirl … Pacific Adventure … Singapore to Sydney 15 Oct … sandysu … Island Princess … Search for thr Northern Lights 12 days 17 Oct … Blue Elephant … Regal Princess … Civitavecchia to Singapore 28 nights Who is cruising in November 2020 06 Nov … sandysu … Crown princess … Mediterannean and Greek Isles 17 days 29 Nov … zafra63 … Sapphire Princess … to Queensland from Melbourne Who is cruising in December 2020 23 Dec … Peacefulness … Celebrity Eclipse … Melb – NZ - Melb 24 Dec … CRUISING ALONG …Celebrity Solstice … NZ 10 days Who is cruising in January 2021 03 Jan … pacificdaze … Celebrity Solstice … Pacific Islands 11 nts Who is cruising in March 2021 08 March … Elorac123 … Sun Princess … Northern Explorer Who is cruising in April 2021 04 April … Big Kev ... Celebrity Eclipse ... Melbourne AU to Honolulu (via Tahiti) 19 Nts 08 April … tb4 … Radiance of the Seas … Brisbane - New Caledonia - Brisbane 8 nts updated to post no 3003
  10. Google go ccl deck plans and you can see part of the TA website created by carnival. It has state room dimensions, ship highlights, and a few different formats for deck plans. The Sunshine doesn’t have all the aft balconies that Sunrise does it that Radiance will have. Radiance and Sunrise have the most similar deck plans it looks like.
  11. Just booked an 11-night on the Radiance- Sydney to New Zealand. The cruise is in January of 2020 and there is only one person on the Roll Call....which got me to wondering who my fellow passengers would be. Any idea?
  12. how was the ship?? i have seen mixed reviews on her refurb.. the radiance is her sister so should be mostly the same
  13. As a solo, I find any of the lines I would consider (ie: NOT Carnival or NCL (except for Hawaii)) to be roughly the same price for equivalent cabin space. And living in NYC, you could not pay me to see a watered-down (has to be to fit into cruise line timeframes) “Broadway” show. I purposely sit on the end on RCCL so I can make a quick escape - and honestly don’t bother most of the time (I don’t do the mega behemoths - Radiance Class is the biggest RCCL I will do) and doubt I will bother with Equinox “entertainment”. I’d rather find a quiet place to curl up with a book. But that is why there are options for everyone.
  14. We are sailing Alaska. I have heard that the scenery is breath taking. Is there a place on the ship that has floor to ceiling windows? It would be nice to sit and enjoy the scenery indoors? Thank you!!!
  15. Don’t get me wrong, the June 4th 2010 cruise to Alaska was wonderful despite my disappointment with the view. Great service, good food and a great ship but the view out of our cabin was disappointing. Our cabin along with the surrounding cabins (left, right and above) are above the lifeboats, a canopy covers the lifeboats, so what you see when on your balcony is non accessible 15 foot (approx) canopy beyond your railing. No view below the cabin and no view of the water. Side note: while leaving Juno there was a whale swimming alongside the ship, we couldn’t see it, until it swam away from the ship and far enough to clear the canopy. We didn’t bother to investigate the balcony prior to booking the cruise, we’d had a balcony on Freedom and that one was fabulous. Made the assumption that the balcony on the Radiance would be equal, we were wrong. I think like most cruisers we started out on our first cruse in an inside cabin. Next cruise moved to an outside and then finally made the move to a balcony on the Freedom of the Seas. It made a big difference on Freedom and was well worth the extra money but I don’t think it’s worth the extra on Radiance and maybe its sister ships. You might want to check it out before you book. Attached are two views.
  16. HNL TO VANCOUVER .. Big disappointment, but RCI did a great job. Opened VCL, and the best part breakfast in Giovanni's for D+. RCI really needs another Diamond level.
  17. 2nd cruise to Alaska for my DH & I. 1st was on HAL. We were set on I Millie but now wondering on ROTS. We have only gone on 2 cruises. 1sr was New Amsterdam & Summit. If if you have sailed on both what are the pros & cons any specific to Alaska? The itinerary is the same starting in Vancouver and ending in Anchorage. Sailing inside passage. We are definitely booking a veranda and maybe Aqua class if we go Celebrity. Good service & helpfull staff is extremely important to us. We also enjoy food. I’m a vegan but my husband is an omnivore. Were usually in bed by 11 so nightlife is not that important to us. We enjoy going to shows. Thanks for any help
  18. 2nd cruise to Alaska for my DH & I. 1st was on HAL. We were set on I Millie but now wondering on ROTS. We have only gone on 2 cruises. 1st was New Amsterdam & 2nd Summit. If if you have sailed on both what are the pros & cons any specific to Alaska?  The itinerary is the same starting in Vancouver and ending in Anchorage. Sailing inside passage. We are definitely booking a veranda. Good service & helpfull staff is extremely important to us. We also enjoy food. I’m a vegan but my husband is an omnivore. Were usually in bed by 11 so nightlife is not that important to us. We enjoy going to shows. 
  19. Oasis Class has much more. Majesty has less. Different RC ships have different amenities, food options, sports facilities, entertainment, prices - all different. Quantum class, Freedom class, Radiance class, Sovereign class are like four different cruise lines.
  20. Do any of the specialty restaurants on Radiance have an ocean view?
  21. Just wondering if Radiance has the usual free sauna and steam rooms in or adjacent to the Gym locker rooms? We were previously on Legend which had them but a report I read suggested that this wasn't the case on Radiance.
  22. My wife and I have cruised on the smaller ships NCL offers (Jewel, Pearl) 3 times and on RCL (Radiance of the Seas) once out of Tampa. We both felt more comfortable on NCL, thought the food was slightly better, and enjoyed the ship’s atmosphere more. I’m not sure if they were that different that we wouldn’t try RCL again.
  23. I understand where you are coming from but have another perspective to offer. My Alaska cruise history includes Radiance and Voyager class plus M class on Celebrity. Two one-way Seward/Vancouver and two Seattle area based. In many ways I think Ovation is a perfect ship for families who desire to experience Alaska for the first time or for families in general. For anyone who has sailed Alaska but hasn't sailed Quantum class Ovation is compelling. Looking back over this experience there is a lot to like about Quantum class in Alaska. Great indoor pool space for families Great indoor Solarium for adults, one of the best in the fleet North Star Two70° SeaPlex New ship feel, new technology, new decor Great Windjammer experience (I have always liked the WJ on Quantum class) Great entertainment Better suite amenities including Coastal Kitchen Affordable balcony options for a reasonable fare difference On Radiance and Voyager class it's common for a balcony to be twice the price of interior. Quantum class is mostly balconies. The higher balcony ratio means the fare difference is often reasonable to upgrade into a balcony on Ovation. Juneau and Skagway are quintessential Alaska ports of call. Both offer so much to do for Alaskan cruisers. Ports like Sitka and Icy Strait Point are different and unique but specialty ports in their own ways. Port intensive cruises are fine for some but can be too much for new to Alaska or families paying for more excursions at more ports for more people. Flying roundtrip to Seattle is easier and typically less money compared to Anchorage/Vancouver for a family living in the US. Seattle is domestic, Vancouver is international. For some travelers that does make a difference. For families even more so. A ship like Ovation has a lot going on for those days at sea. Flowrider! North Star! Two70°! SeaPlex! Endicott Arm is by itself pretty amazing. While Hubbard is the largest tide-water glacier Dawes Glacier is pretty cool as well. For an experienced Alaskan cruiser I can understand the argument that one-way Seward itineraries offer a different experience however for those living in the US, Seattle round trips cruises are more affordable and still a great way to experience Alaska for both new and experienced Alaska cruisers. They are just easier to plan and book for us South of the border. For a family the experience on Ovation will be better than Radiance class. For suite guests the Ovation experience is superior to Radiance class. I agree that for empty nesters or a couple on their own seeking a more port intensive unique Alaska experience a one-way North/South Radiance experience should be considered. To this end Celebrity should also considered for this type of Alaskan experience. Seattle is also a pretty cool city to explore with lots going on. Like a Western Caribbean cruise is different than an Eastern Caribbean cruise both have compelling reasons to book them. I disagree that you "hardly see Alaska at all" on Seattle based cruises. I can totally see myself booking another cruise to Alaska on Ovation from Seattle.
  24. Yep, I remember the old machine with the doubles. Never been on Serenade. Was on Radiance last summer (coffee machine in Alaska > in the Caribbean even if it's the same machine) and Oasis twice in Summer 2017. The machine is your picture seems slightly different than the one I have in my head but my memory isn't the greatest and I only get to cruise in the Summer so it's usually been roughly a year since my last cruise (unless I go twice in the same Summer),
  25. Need to know how comfortable is it in the public spaces on the ship? Is it too cool or too warm? Thank you in advance!
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