We're crusing on Adventure of the Seas in December and am debating whether to bring a laptop computer. Although Royal Caribbean says that the dial up access from the cabins and the Internet cafe are both satisfactory, my gut feeling is that I will be frustrated with the speed of service (perhaps far slower than even land-based dial-up) and suspect that the cruise lines haven't quite got all the bugs out of their internet service. I would like to hear the experiences of those that have tried to access Internet service from RCCL (or other cruise lines). Many thanks!
Internet access on Royal Caribbean
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