Last month I was the Alaskan History and Cultural Guest speaker for RCCL’s “Rhapsody of the Seas.” What a wonderful time I had!
Ships are like shoes, they are all different. The Rhapsody of the Seas, and its sister ship, the Legend of the Seas, are quite different than their newer ships. I highly recommend these sister ships to people over 40 with traveling partners who love to dance or listen to Jazz, big band, guitar, etc. There are lots and lots of trivia games and bingo, and the dress is very casual, even during formal night.
The passengers on the Alaska cruise seemed to be mostly first time cruisers and large families from the midwest and Texas areas. Solo traveler and teenagers would probably prefer a ship with a little more action, such as the RCCL’s Oasis or Allure.
Alaska was beautiful and peaceful. This was truly a trip of a lifetime!
I’m pleased to announce that I have been invited to be the Alaskan History and Cultural guest speaker on board RCCL “Radiance of the Seas” on their Alaska August 1st sailing.
Life is good!