Cruises For Everyone!

Two weeks ago I was able to experience different types of cruises during four different cruise inspections. We visited Regent Seven Seas, from Royal Caribbean,Enchantment of the Sea, and from Carnival we visited The Valor and The Sunshine. Three of the inspections, started at looking at different staterooms, their commodities and more. Then we walk around the ship looking the different entertainment areas ending with a delicious lunch. Regent Seven Seas experience was a little different, they didn’t have any room available to show us because they were all full with clients belongings. They gave us a tour around the ship, later they gave us a presentation while they served us fancy snacks with wine and mimosa. During the presentation they show us the different kinds of rooms and the comparison prices with other cruise lines. Later they spoil us with the most wonderful lunch.

All the experiences were very nice, definitely there is market for everybody, for every budget and preferences.

Let me show you what I saw…

ROYAL CARIBBEAN ENCHANTMENT OF THE SEA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The experience was nice but I wasn’t impressed. I know that other Royal ships are much impressive that’s the enchantment.

REGENT SEVEN SEAS

Well this was another experience, in another level. The setting is more intimate, all the rooms have balconies. The ship have a combination of simplicity and luxury at the same time. The food was unbelievable delicious. They brought us different plates, small portions that leave your mouth drooling for more but then came another treat as delicious as the previous one.

 

 

You won’t burn when you sit on these ones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another thing about Regent Seven Seas is that upfront the price is higher than other cruise lines but take a look at this…Look at everything that the price includes.

The service is outstanding, the presentation formal and informative. I like the elegance of the staff. Of course you can tell I was more impress with Regent Seven Seas but that doesn’t mean that other cruise lines are not good. Is just matter of preference. If you want to know more about any of these ships let me know. I will talk about the Carnival Ships inspection on my next post.

Until then,

Xamlinnette 🙂

 

Carnival Valor Ship Inspection

Continuing on my training as a travel agent, I take advantage of any opportunity that comes along my way to understand more the industry for all kind of travelers. This past Saturday I participated on my first cruise inspection with Carnival. What that means, in this case Carnival invite us to the ship and give us a tour to see all the amenities, different kind of rooms and even they serve us an incredible lunch to taste on our own their culinary abilities.

We visited the Carnival Valor.


  
  
We were able to check out different types of rooms but the Captain Suite is the one that make the impression on me. There are only two on the ship.


  
  
  
  A whole family can stay in this same room, have a king size bed and 2 more twin bed and a sleeper sofa, 2 bathrooms and plenty of space outside, more and bigger than a balcony and the view is incredible, in the front part of the ship.

After seen the rooms we went around for more, from spa, gym and beauty salon to kids area and fancy restaurant, to he outdoor fun.


  
  
  
  
  

We ended our sight tour with a delicious lunch. Just like we were real guests of the ship, they treat us so nicely.

  

 


And to finalize our experience the dinning crew did their traditional show for us!


  
  

Now after a superb experience is my job to recommend to you these benefits. One of the wonderful things about Carnival is that you can have an amazing experience at great value for your pocket.

You can sail on Carnival Valor from Cape Canaveral to the Bahamas and to Exotic Eastern and Southern Caribbean with trips that could be from 3 to 8 days.

If you want more information you can always contact me! (407) 569-8887

Or email me info@travelmystories.com

Until then have fun and travel somewhere!

xamlinnette 🙂