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Old January 7th, 2014, 01:58 AM
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Thumbs up Brilliance of the Seas was Great

Me and my wife celebrated our 5th anniversary on a Crusie and Royal Carribean didn't fail us again. This was our second time going with Royal and we loved it. We went on the Brilliances of the Seas. The price was very affordable on the days we went and we loved it. They have great food and our favor was the entertainment. They had a great comedian and a great duo show where one guy played guitar and the other played piano and it was kind of a comedy based thing. They did an awesome job. Another cool show that we never seen before was they had an Arieal Show about Jack and His Magic beans. I have a link below to see a little bit about it. They also had a cool sushi lesson where you could watch how they make sushi and then you get to try it. It was very cool.

The ship looked in a great condition, like fairly new and nicely clean. We would definatly recomend anyone to get out there and try it out.

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What ports did you visit on Brilliance?? I do love that class ship, some of the most beautiful ships out there...
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Old January 7th, 2014, 01:52 PM
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Glad you enjoyed your cruise!

Most of the time first time posters only come on here to complain about their cruise and then we never hear from them again, so it's nice for a change for a newbie to let everyone know how much they enjoyed their cruise. Thanks for sharing!!

I agree with Donna, we really like the Radiance-class ships - they are our favorite in the Royal Caribbean fleet. Wish they would build a few more of that size and design, but alas, it seems now they're only thinking about the mega ships. Hope they keep the Radiance-class modernized for many years to come as they are wonderful ships.

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Interesting. So they have rigged up the atrium with aerial staging - pretty cool idea.

Royal Caribbean is always a good cruise and a lot of people like those smaller Brilliance-class ships.

Glad you had a good cruise and thanks for telling us about it!
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It seems they're looking to put the aerial rigging on all the ships with big atriums as another attraction available to guests. We watched the one on the Grandeur and it was pretty cool.

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